The people behind Riesenbeck International

 

LBBH GbR With the establishment of two large riding arenas, the owners Baron Constantin Heereman and Ludger Beerbaum completed the new riding sport centre Riesenbeck International in Hörstel-Riesenbeck. The operators who live in Riesenbeck, have joint in order to create new training opportunities for the local riding association and the Ludger Beerbaum Stables GmbH and to provide events in all aspects of the equestrian sport.

 

Ludger Beerbaum is a four times Olympic Champion of show jumping riders and the most successful show jumping rider in the world; he operates a training and trade stable as well as a stallion station. Further details at www.ludger-beerbaum.de

 

Baron Constantin Heereman von Zuydtwyck - his name is closely associated with many regional and national institutions, associations and committees. However, he is most renowned for his many years as Farming President and owner of castle Surenburg in Riesenbeck. Baron Constantin Heereman - today honorary chairman - together with the Kerkhoff couple, has been managing the business of the Zucht-, Reit- und Fahrverein Riesenbeck e.V.

 

Baron Philipp Heereman, chairman of ZRF Riesenbeck e.V., is responsible for the association work and the conceptual overall planning and execution of all construction measures.

 

The Zucht-, Reit- und Fahrverein Riesenbeck e.V. was founded in 1925. The riding association Riesenbeck organised a horse show at the Surenburg as early as 1949. In 1975, one remembered the old tradition of driving - since then, horse shows with national and international driving competitions and championships have been organised. A total of five world championships of the two- and four-in-hand drivers, the last in 2012, have been arranged at the premises of the equestrian sports centre Surenburg. But, also other riding sport disciplines find their platform here. Thus, show jumping and dressage competitions in heavy classes are offered regularly; event and vaulting are frequent guests at Riesenbeck.

Further details at: www.reiterverein-riesenbeck.de

 

The equestrian sports centre:

The two riding arenas with riding areas of 80x40 m and 25x60 m are incorporated into the existing tournament area of the equestrian association Riesenbeck at the Surenburg. As well as the grass areas with flood lights, the all-weather sand areas as well as spaces for stable tents and parking areas, the equestrians and visitors are provided with ideal options for equestrian sports events of all types. The adjacent Parkhotel Surenburg uniquely complements any gastronomic desires.