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Andreas Kreuzer and David Will partner up

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Andreas Kreuzer and David Will. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

German riders Andreas Kreuzer and David Will are partnering up, and will start their own business together. Kreuzer, 26, and Will, 29, are long-time friends and have now decided to work together.

“It’s quite new to both of us,” says Kreuzer to World of Showjumping about the plans. “I have been running my own business for 2.5 years now, and I feel there is a lot of potential in the sport that I don’t take advantage of. If I have to keep on riding as much as I do at the moment, I feel that I am not able to take care of all the potential business I could do. Hence, I was already looking for a rider so I could focus more on the rest of the business. David has been working for Dietmar Gugler for the last ten years, and now he was ready to move on to another stage of his career. He has been thinking about doing something on his own for a while, so this is how it all came up.”

“We will just try to be a very good team, and enable each other to focus on the things we can do best – each of us. Quite simply we want to be better – together. We can offer a lot more opportunities now with the two of us on one team, also with training –  and I can spend a bit more time on the parts that are important to run a good business. Riding will not be my main priority, I want to build a business up that will be something special. On the other hand, we need somebody in the big sport –  that is what we want to do and have horses for – so David should really be focused 100 % on the sport. That is our strategy to start with, then we figure out a balance over time,” Kreuzer explains.

“Dietmar will support us, and I have very good exciting owners as well. Hopefully there will be some new ones too. But, we are just starting so it’s going to take some time. It’s all very exciting though, and we are looking forward to where it goes,” Kreuzer concludes.


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