NEW HAPPINESS ON THE RAYERSHOF FARM
A long-cherished wish will finally come true! On 1 May 2016 the ARR Center of Anatomically Correct Horsemanship will move to the Rayershof farm. As sole tenant we will be able to fully implement our ideas of horse-friendly training and care. We are particularly happy that the expertise team that is by our side since almost 30 years and is a very important pillar of our work will stay with us.
The peaceful Rayershof farm is situated only a few kilometers from Bedburg-Hau, far away from highways in the open countryside. Nevertheless, the city center of Goch can be reached by car within five minutes or after a short cycling tour. The tranquility and the intimate atmosphere on the compact farm create ideal training conditions especially for young and difficult horses. The adjacent woods invite to relaxed hacks as a welcome change to the training in the round pen or the indoor arena. If the weather is nice we have the possibility to train the horses under the open sky in the outdoor arena. On the premises we have our center of life in a lovely residential house as well as eleven spacious stalls and green meadows in the water protection area.
Now, first and foremost, we happily need to roll up our sleeves to prepare the idyllic farm with attention to detail in order to make it meet our needs shortly. New horses can be enrolled for training as usual, there will be no business break. We are very much looking forward to this new chapter in the story book of the ARR Center!
In remembarance of our dear friend Dr Kerry Ridgway
In tremendous sadness and sorrow we receive the message of the death of our dear friend and companion Dr Kerry Ridgway. As veterinarian in integrative sport horse medicine he always wanted to get to the bottom of the matter. His critical examinations, the wonderful conversations and his open mind will remain forever in our hearts.
Our warmest thoughts go to Christine Ridgway who has always been on her husband's side during his quest, she was his source of inspiration. We wish her much strength in these hard times.