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Funded The Ulm student riders introduce themselves!

Illertissen, Germany

After Corona, the Ulm student riders would finally like to organise student riding competitions again. For this we need donations to be able to offer an all-round carefree package for our participants and to be able to award great prizes!

Alina Hummler from Ulmer Studentenreiter e. V. | 
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About this project

We, the Ulm Student Riders, are a non-profit association that was founded in 2009. We are about 64 members. Whether young or old, competition riders, leisure riders or simply interested in equestrian sports: everyone is welcome here!

Because of Corona, our so-called regulars' tables take place online. Otherwise, we meet regularly in bars or restaurants to exchange ideas and enjoy our time together. In addition, we take part in Germany-wide student riding tournaments whenever possible and have qualified for the German University Championships several times, where we placed second among others.

Of course, we also organise student riding tournaments ourselves. In 2019, we have organised the qualification for the German University Championships. For this, we get horses provided by friendly owners, as you always ride other people's horses at a student riding tournament and therefore don't need your own to take part.

Since we would like to organise student riding tournaments again after Corona, we need donations to be able to offer an all-round care package for our participants and to be able to award great prizes at the award ceremony.
Updated at 01. March 2021

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