Sune Hansen Starts Afresh After Blue Hors
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Sune Hansen admits he “really misses” the horses from Blue Hors but is launching his own stable near Arhus in Denmark.
He is being helped by Hanne and Peer Ejlersgaard, who have a yard with room for 10 horses, fields and big indoor and outdoor arenas.
“We are planning to build a new stable for Emily and myself with 14 boxes plus another six boxes, which can be used by student’s horses during clinics,” he said. “I want to keep it small and exclusive to have time for the horses, my students and clients. We will be finished with the new stable in about four months but until then I can use the existing stable so I can get going right away.
“I want to get back in top sport as soon as possible, but my focus will also be on training and selling horses. After my years at Blue Hors, where everything was concentrated around my own riding, I’m looking forward to helping others.”
The relationship between Sune and Blue Hors ended after this year’s European Championships in Rotterdam. He also competed at the European Championships at Windsor, England, in 2009 and the World Equstrian Games in Kentucky in 2010.
Sune followed Andreas Helgstrand as the Blue Hors stable rider.