Besides actively practicing jumping, I began searching for high performance bloodmares for breeding perspectives. Most sporthorses and jumpers are bred KWPN. The Royal Warmblood Studbook of the Netherlands (KWPN) is the Dutch breeding organization dedicated to both jumpers and sporthorses. The quality of a KWPN horse is renowned and praised worldwide. After I stopped doing championships, I found the time to focus more and more on breeding horses, a wonderful thing to do. As an example, the stallion E-Pilot, which I have found as a 2-year old in Germany. E-Pilot was approved by the KWPN and UNIRE. E-Pilot also won the Bundesschampionnat along with driver Franke Sloothaak. His son Jupilot that I bred, has been approved by the KWPN and UNIRE as well. Jupilot was about to win the KWPN jumping championships, only at the age of five.

The perfect match!
My motto is 'the perfect match'. Years of experience mean that I now know many bloodlines and be aware of what a showjumper needs to be able to perform. Genes performance, quality and health lead to class jumpers. A stallion is only really interesting if he does well both in sports as for breeding. A fine character and a good foundation are important qualities in a horse. The young horses have been five months since the rating, repeatedly jumping technique to release them by jumping. So looking at the canter, balance, reflexes and technique in jumping. The horses are also brought by training them "salable" to make. This involves the correct assessment: To what level and what client is this horse for?