As part of the 2019 refurbishment, a horse walker with roof for eight horses with an integrated round pen with a diameter of 17 metres was also purchased. The Wurster family spent a lot of time designing their equestrian centre and looked around for inspiration at renowned farms such as the Hofgut Dagobertshausen. In the end, the "Multiline 20 Metre" horsewalker and lungeing arena from Röwer & Rüb won the race. “This arena scored particularly well in terms of system, technology and appearance and was generally very impressive. It fits perfectly into the overall picture, as if it had always been there," adds the owner happily. One distinctive feature is the recessed switchbox, which means that no cables or wires are visible. The horsewalker is used in the morning in winter and in the afternoon in summer. The times for using the indoor lunging arena inside the horsewalker can also be booked via the app. Another special feature is the rain gutter, which blends inconspicuously into the overall picture. The rainwater is fed directly to the cistern below the horsewalker. The Wurster family feels that Röwer & Rüb employee Marc Poppel has provided excellent advice during this project. “We wanted to enhance the range of services we offer our stall-holders and recognised the need for a horsewalker. This creates optimum conditions for working on the ground and loosening the muscles," explains Kim Utz. This has gone down very well with the boarders. “95 percent of our horse owners use the horsewalker, and we have even been able to gain new customers as a result," adds the boss with pleasure.