At the age of ten while visiting Canada, the interest for the equine species emerged. Before long, the first pony were aquired which led on to Warmbloods and show jumping. In 1988 the first Shetland pony moved in and soon the stud was founded and a very small scale breeding took its beginning.
The offspring were frequently seen in the show-ring and for assessments.
The author has spent years studying the Shetland pony and other native ponies, with tremendous inspiration from good friends in Scotland and a fully stocked veterinary equine library, inherited from his late father in law.
All though the breeding is presently on hold, the enthusiasm for the ponies is more passionate than ever and 10 Shetland ponies and 2 Connemara mares inhabit the property north of Copenhagen in Denmark.