Suus Kuyten

From an early age, Suus has had a passion for horses. It started off as only a sports career, but later on breeding and trading horses became one of Suus’ passions as well. As a youth rider, Suus has been highly successful, becoming Dutch champion no less than three times.

In 2002 and 2003, Suus became national champion for juniors with her horse Loncorde B and in 2005, riding Zeno d’Or, Suus became national champion for young riders. In addition, Suus contributed to a team bronze medal at the European championships for juniors in Vilamoura in 2004.

Over the years, Suus has been successful up to Grand Prix level with numerous horses, including Dallas du Domaine Z, Cabachon, Billy King, Iron Man 111 and her homebred Don Juan. To pursue her dream of competing at the very highest level, Suus is nowadays a member of the Hamburg Giants in the prestigious Global Champions Tour.

Not only riding, but also breeding and trading fascinates Suus. After her successes with homebred Don Juan, Suus has continued to breed with her former international showjumping mare Osaka. In addition, Suus uses some of her talented youngsters and sporthorses for embryo transplantation and purchases high quality embryos and foals.

As a member of the organizing team of The Youngsters – Auction of Young Showjumpers, founded in 2018, Suus is also more and more involved in the business of buying and selling talented sporthorses.

Harrie Wiering

Harrie has always pursued a professional career in the horse industry. Over the years, Harrie has had many successes at national and international level and unfolded himself as a talented and competitive rider.

One of the highlights of Harrie’s career has been without a doubt his unique partnership with the mare World Wide. Together they won numerous national Grand Prix competitions and the international Grand Prix competitions of Zuidbroek, Zandhoven, Roosendaal and Sibculo.

As a member of the Suus Kuyten Horses-team, Harrie is competing at international level on a regular basis and also focusses on producing younger horses up to Grand Prix level. Harrie has competed at numerous world championships and national championships for young horses and is currently successful at international CSI2* and CSI3* level.