Busy Transfer window at Van Olst Horses

The transfer window at Van Olst Horses, much like the transfer window in football, is currently up and running.

Stable rider Franka Loos, has decided to take on a new challenge, and therefore will stop her activities at Van Olst Horses from 1st September 2019.

Stable rider Antonio Laiz Zandio, alongside his brother, have set up a company in Mierlo. This company now demands so much attention from him that the work as well as traveling to and from Den Hout has become too much, so the decision to stop his activities at Van Olst Horses has been made.

Manager Goffe- Nill van der Zeijden and Van Olst Horses have jointly agreed that the activities of Goffe- Nill will also come to an end from 1st September 2019.

Van Olst Horses would like to thank these wonderful people for all their efforts, and wish them plenty of prosperity and happiness in their future endeavours.

Meanwhile, the Spaniard Alvaro Gomez Pavon has made his debut in Den Hout. Alvaro Gomez Pavon is one of the new stable riders at Van Olst Horses. Alvaro previously has enjoyed his training with the Spanish Olympic rider Jordi Domingo.

At Van Olst Horses there is still room for a stable rider. We are looking for a rider with most importantly ambition and a good attitude, as well as talent and previous experience (for more information: info@vanolsthorses.com)


Image: Franka Loos & Giovanni during the World Championship 7-year-old dressage horses, 2018