Stephanie von Unger can rely one hundred percent on the support of her professional team. She discussed the stable installations with the facility manager Uwe Schaefer and both also selected the individual features together. Everything a horse needs is now available here. “Our standard is that the horses should feel comfortable," says Stephanie von Unger. It goes without saying that the horses are only given high-quality feed and that the stables are mucked out daily. As training manager and chief rider, Jörn Ahrens is mainly responsible for training the horses. “But the entire team prepares the horses for their athletic careers with careful and professional care and management," Stephanie von Unger emphasises.
Nine training and sales horses between the ages of three and 15 currently live on Unger's farm. The broodmares are kept on the meadow at the lake all year round. The youngsters are trained in a professionally built outdoor riding arena. In addition to training under the saddle in the dressage arena, all horses are regularly taken out into the countryside where they can relax on a long ride in the beautiful surroundings. The horses also get exercise, fun and games, sand baths, social contact and fresh air for their well-being in the paddock and on the marsh meadows directly behind the farm.