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About us

Bij EquInnoLab volgen wij de visie om een wereldwijd uniek en toonaangevend trainings-, opleidings en onderzoekscentrum voor de paardensport te worden.

We love the sport as it is and we don't want to change the sport. We do want to make the sport more understandable and certain parts more trainable.

OUR MISSION

We are building the sustainability, credibility and future-proofing of equestrian sport by objectifying sport performance and well-being.

The team

JENNY SCHREVEN

Main discipline
Dressage

Qualification
Grand Prix Judge - Coach 5 - World Cup Finalist

JENNY SCREEN

Head Coach

A goal without a plan is just a wish!

Alain Broft


Qualification
MSc. PDEng

Alain Broft

CEO - managing director

KIKI BERGSMA

Main discipline
Dressage &
Showjumping

Qualification
MSc. Sport Sciences

KIKI BERGSMA

Sport Scientist

Science for improving happiness

Facilities - Green Valley Estate

Our training and education center is located in Deurne, in the south of the Netherlands where it all happens for the equestrian sport.

Besides all the activities that take place here at Green Valley Estate, we are also close to Tops International Arena, Peelbergen Equestrian Centre, Sentower park and CHIO Aachen.

Here we have all the facilities needed to train both horse and rider, whether you are a dressage, jumping, or eventing rider.

Facilities:

  • 200 fixed stalls in various compartments (with saddle rooms and washing areas)
  • Several indoor tracks (80×25m, 65x25m and as of October 2022 also a 70x45m)
  • Two outdoor courts (110×80 m and 61×31 m)
  • Paddocks, meadows
  • Longeercircles 
  • Covered horse walker
  • Large restaurant, foyer, lecture hall and meeting rooms
  • Free WiFi everywhere
  • Located at the sand forest
  • Hotel rooms under construction
  • Feed store and equestrian store on location
Green Valley Estate Deurne
Green Valley Estate Deurne
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