where it all began...





My life has always been about horses. Already as a young girl I started riding ponies - both showjumping and dressage. Later, I focused on dressage and started competing more intensively. As I a teenager I was a member of the Danish Youngbreeder Team which participated in international competitions under WBFSH.


During all those years my family breed dressagehorses which I broke and showed at foalen- and youngstershows, licensing or as ridinghorses. Grooming, training and showing horses has always been a huge part of my life and I love the thrill of entering the ring with a horse. Being a part of a team and cheering on others can only be underestimated.


Too often I see people not sharing the happiness of others, but I truly enjoy showing - even if someone bring a better horse than me. Let the best horse win!





In 2011 I moved to Aarhus to study and decided not to have horses - at least for some time. It turned out that I didn't know what to do with all the spare time (and money) so in 2012 I bought my first two minis. In 2006 I showed a mini for a friend and since then I thought that it was an interesting breed, so I was sure it was a great way to spend some time - and get back into the horse business.



I started with two palomino mares and then I was caught in the net. They both got licensed in the two Danish associations. One of them began a nice drivinghorses and I started getting more and more interested in driving, breeding, showing and everything else around these wonderful small horses.



It didn't take long until I found out that AMHA was the way to go. My first mares were both non-AMHA so I wanted to find an AMHA-horse to add to my herd. Luckily someone needed a sweet drivinghorse and she wanted to give an AMHA-gelding in exchange.

I got my first AMHA - a great gelding called Hubert!





Hubert turned out to be a wonderful friend and a great little all-round horse. I spend a lot of hours with him and was absolutely sure that I wanted more than just one AMHA. I got the change to lease another gelding and went to visit the elderly to spread joy and happiness with my small horses. At the same time, I fell in love with the driving division and got familiar with the bloodlines and great driving-stallions the breeders in Denmark already had.





In June 2013 I bought a two-year-old AMHA mare. Then I had three horses and the foundation was made. I got the chance to learn a lot from more experienced people and I am forever grateful for all the things I have learned and how I was able to get to international shows during the first years of my miniaturehorse-career.


In May 2014 I moved back to Funen and the horses moved into the stable of Katusa Miniaturehorses where they have been ever since. I didn't just get a stable for my horses - I also got an amazing friend who shared my passion for the horses. We have travelled all over Europe and spend uncountable hours together. I can hardly express my gratitude. 2014 was an amaxing year for me- and it really kicked of my passion for driving!


A wonderful mare gave me so many great experiences and I went to the first miniaturehorseshow outside of Denmark. Teglmosens Shyanne West became a part of JP Miniatures and with her I was lucky to travel with Teglmosen Stud to several international shows during 2014 and 2015. I made some of my best memories with her!



In 2015 I won my first European Championship-title and it was really something that got me hocked in the sport. Driving was still my prime passion, so I wanted another drivinghorse. I broke my stallion, SHM Westernboys Giovani, which I bought in The Netherlands in 2013 - and he was a very nice drivinghorse. Unfortunately, he grew bigger than 34'' so he would not be my new showhorse for the AMHA-shows.





Breeding is not my biggest interested but I have a dream of winning with a horse that I have bred myself.

In 2017 I had two beautiful foals - a colt by Teglmosens Shyanne West x David Bowie is a Superstar and a filly by SHM Redis Westernboy x Teglmosens Rihannon Whiz. It was nice to follow the healthy, happy and sweet foals but at the same time my mare, Shyanne, had an injury which out an end to her drivingcarrier. It was devastating for me and I needed to figure out how to get back on my feet.





After several months I fianlly found a new drivingmare - 7s Nashvilles Penny Lane. She has a lot of potential and extreme energy so I'm sure she will be a wonderful companion for many years. I still want to focus my interested towards the driving devision and this also means that I need easygoing and nice horses to work with. It is important for me to have horses that I can handle alone in every situation, so temper is the most important thing for me.


Luckily, I have three very sweet, pretty and easy horses right now so I am satisfied.



I am always looking for something new and trying to follow the different bloodlines in order to see which are the one I need next. Some breeders have imported amazing horses from US and it beneficial for me and my breeding program.

This also made it possible for me to get two offsprings from my all-time favorite: Martins Boozers Daring Difference. I treasure both horses very much and I am thrilled to breed Ellie some day and keep these bloodlines in front of my cart.


I already have some of the best bloodlines in the world - but I never stop developing!





With Asta I have got a pretty awesome little team and she is good at helping me at the showgrounds. She knows the horses, knows what to do and where to be.


I am so pleased to be able to share my passion with her and I feel so blessed when I see her work Al Pacino.

We both enjoy the shows but most importantly, we enjoy the horses - and we have fun!