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Welcome

A very welcome to the Van Silfhout Stables. If you want to visit us, please search for Lunteren, situated just in the center of the Netherlands. GP-rider Alex van Silfhout and his lovely wife Jannet van Silfhout are running the stables along with their talented and promising children: GP rider Diederik and eventing rider Jarissa. At the large venue of the Van Silfhout Stables you can enjoy top class horses with great facilities like an Olympic arena, comfortable stables and tender grass fields. It is an original family business which is a full-fledged center for instruction and dressage training, also for foreign riders, who want to stay here for some time. We also love to present and show your own horse in national and international competitions. All facilities are present at the properties of the Van Silfhout Stables to be successful at high dressage levels. Please come and enjoy your visit to get informed about the best chances to perform better and to present your dressage horse in the Netherlands and Europe. Renowned GP rider Alex van Silfhout and young GP rider Diederik and Jarissa will help and support you in your effort to get the best results possible in dressage sports.

You can make the first step to send us an e-mail to info@stalvansilfhout.nl

Stable van Silfhout

The stable of van Silfhout is situated in the Drieëenhuizerweg in Lunteren and has been expanded in the last couple of years into a fantastic training and competition facility.


The complex includes a 60x20 indoor arena and a 60x20 outdoor with an ebb and flow drainage system and achterberg surface. There is also a seperate lunging circle and 6 horse covered walker.

 

There are forty-five stables in total in the seperate barns. The stables in the hallway and the outdoor stables are the oldest stables of the complex. The six stallion stables are situated in the old barn next to the house. This provides a quiet environment for the stallions, who are then not distracted by the mares. In January 2007 eighteen new stables were built. These stables are in a new building and are large and light and next to the indoor arena.

The grooming facilities include a large washing area and a solarium. The new stables have four washing areas and a separate solarium. All wash areas are facilitated with hot and cold water. The horses stand on a porous rubber flooring, so that the water can drain away easily.

 

The stable also has a seperate area for the farrier, so that he can shoe the horses in peace and quiet.

  

A huge new saddle room has been recently added. There is also a stud room including phantom horse and a laboratory. The stud room and the laboratory are certificated and are being used to take sperm from the stallions at our stable. Four paddocks  have been created next to the new stables, two of which have been specifically built for the stallions. There are also five meadows for the horses, so that all the horses can go out in the summer

 

Above the stallion stables is a guesthouse, which houses a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom and two bedrooms. This guesthouse is being used by trainees and riders who are staying for more days to train at stable van Silfhout.

   

Of course the riders, who compete in a enormous amount of National and International competitions, need a top spec lorry. The MAN truck (with air suspension) can carry 5 horses. There is a full living with running water, a kitchen, a satellite TV, a DVD-player, air-conditioning and sleeping accommodation for five people. Beside that there is also a toilet, shower and wash area on board.

News

Happy Holidays

Thursday, December 22, 2016 Read more

Second selection stallion competition

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 Equestrian center De Peelbergen Kronenbe... Read more

Stockholm, Sweden and more

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Lunteren Read more

Last week’s results

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 Gelderland, Drenthe, North. Holland Read more

A summary of the hottest news in the last two weeks

Sunday, October 23, 2016 Lunteren, Gelderland Read more

A sample of the best results by our students during the holiday season

Saturday, September 24, 2016 National top class competitions Read more