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About Eursinge Stables

Eursinge Stables was founded in 1998 by Rob and Nicolette Bleijs. Our rider for nearly 10 years is Karin. She takes care of our competition horses and is a Deurne certified dressage trainer. She has ridden several horses to the Dutch ZZ-Zwaar level and is currently riding our Udor at Prix St. George and Intermediate I level. In the past Karin has worked with Sven and Gonnelien Rothenberger in Germany and at Studfarms De Havikerwaard and De Dalhoeve in the Netherlands. She also is a teacher at the sporthorse education of AOC Terra.
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We focus on breeding horses and Hampshire Down sheep on a small scale. The yearling horses are kept in (small) couples (geldings and/or mares). These yearlings are handheld on a regular basis and trained with basic skills like standing still, give foot etc. We check our horses twice a day. Our meadow is flanked by forrest and is properly fenced off. It is also possible to let your horse stay at our Stable on a temporary basis e.g. during your holiday or for veterinarian reasons. In case of emergency treatment by our Veterinarian is a possibility.
Horses are well fed and treated against worms. Horses that stay for a longer period should be brought to us without horseshoes.

We charge €60,- per horse per month (additional horses from the same owner €50,- per horse per month). For periods less then a month we charge you €3,- per day.


Eursinge Stables is situated just outside National Park Dwingelderveld, a wide area of moor and forests with kilometres of riding-tracks. In the nearby area there are some lovely Bed and Breakfasts and several reasonable priced hotels where you can stay and enjoy your short break.
Your horse can be stalled in our Stable. Ask for our terms and conditions.


Eursinge Stables is specialist in breeding young dressage horses. We focus at:

  • finding the best partner for our mare(s).
  • proper blood lines and their offspring.
  • good management during the first years.
  • breeding horses without OC or OCD.
  • the use of proven sport stallions.
  • good education and training for the youngsters.
  • .....