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Anky van Grunsven (NL) Alice Naber Lozeman (NL) Frank Hosmar (NL)

Anky van Grunsven is the first rider who wins three times in a row the individual Olympic golden medal with two different horses. Her track record is exceptional! With her horses Bonfire and Salinero she won every medal that one could possibly win. Today she is successful as an international coach and also as a rider in reining.

Anky is still very committed when it comes to the clothing line. Together with the creative team she works on product and collection development to make sure it can wear her signature.  The products are tested thoroughly daily at the Anky Education Center in Erp, the Netherlands. Anky is the proud ambassador of the brand where she can.     


Alice Naber – Lozeman is since many years one of Hollands’ top eventing riders. Together with her partner Gert Naber she runs the Alice Eventing School. Alice is competing successfully and now she also coaches and trains young talented riders to perform at (inter-)national level. Alice gets her dressage training with Anky for many years.

ANKY® supports Alice with clothing and horsewear. Besides that ANKY® is supporting the riders of the Eventing School by providing Saddle Pads and other promotional materials. Alice is very happy with the sponsorship as the products fulfil the requirements and needs of the eventing rider perfectly.  


In March 1997 Frank fell down a set of stairs and through some glass. He cut the tendons, nerves and muscles in his right arm and it was suspected he would never ride again. However, following strenuous rehabilitation he regained the ability to ride. He now successfully competes in the Dutch para-dressage team, grade IV. In 2015 Frank won a Golden individual medal at the European Championships with his horse Alphaville N.O.P. 

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