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Welcome at Stal Brouwer

Training and mediation / sales of quality jump and dressage horses to GP level

Stal Brouwer is a unique and very complete equestrian company located in the South of The Netherlands. We are a showjumping- and dressage- and trading stable, a stud station, but also an education centre for riders. We bridge the gap between the dressage sport in The Netherlands and the dressage sport in the world.

Stal Brouwer gives firm assurances to strengthen this goal. We unburden all your worries.


Stud Station

Who will be the father of your future foal? We have no less than ten approved studs, choose one of them.

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Education Centre

Both starting and experienced riders from all over the world come to Stal Brouwer to become better at their passion: the art of dressage.

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Showjumping- Dressage- & trading stable

Stal Brouwer focuses at the dressage sport. All the horses are trained with the best Dutch riders and all horses are for sale.

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Latest news

  • Platinum Stable stallionshow 1 April 2017

    Platinum Stable stallionshow 1 April 2017

    Stallionshow 2017 Platinum Stable

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  • Congratulations to Team Korea

    Congratulations to Team Korea

    Congratulations to Team Korea winning the Gold Medal in Team Competition.

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  • Thai Dressage Team On The Road to the 2014 Asian Games

    Thai Dressage Team On The Road to the 2014 Asian Games

    In preparation of the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, on 19 September - 4 October, four Asian dressage team candidates travelled to Saumur, France, in preparation of the event. They are proof of the fact that dressage has no boundaries. For decades riders from far away regions are seeking the help of renowned European trainers while the FEI waves the banner of "globality" and tries to spread the discipline all over the globe. It all began with developing programmes such as The Hague Cup in the 1980s, which has developed into the FEI World Challenge. At the time these were competitions from L- to PSG-level, depending on the level of dressage practiced in those countries. Renowned FEI-judges travel to Asia, Australasia and Africa to judge these classes and provide lessons and video analyses to these riders who are eager to learn and grow in the sport. Read the full article at

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