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Morgane Tresch: "Stay home, not only for yourself and the people around you but also for the animals for which we are responsible!"

Friday, 27 March 2020
When at home....

Photo © private collection Morgane and Zenith enjoying the sun. Photo © private collection.

Jeroen Dubbeldam’s show groom Morgane Tresch fills us in on how she spends the days without a show in sight!


“Hello everybody,

All horses are fit and ready to compete, but unfortunately due to the situation with the coronavirus we have to stay home! Better safe than sorry though!

Organisation in the stable didn’t change a lot, it just gives me more time to do more things... I try to keep myself busy with cleaning and organizing, like the tack room and all the closets with the show stuff (and it’s a lot). I like to have all the blankets organized by brand and size.

About the team… Tonnie (who has been here at Stal De Sjiem for more than 20 years) likes to work in the garden and keeps everything looking sharp. Now when it’s nice weather he spends a lot of time outside. Femke (our home groom who has been here for almost 10 years) is normally working at the stable every weekend, but now that we are staying home we can take over the Sunday shift for a change so she can have a well-deserved weekend off.

It’s not easy for everyone to stay at home but we just have to take it like it is and look forward. I can also spend more time with my friend Zenith, going for walks, taking care of him and playing with him. He loves all the attention.

Horses are animals and we have to take care of them. This is also a reason why it’s really important for the moment to all stay home, not only for yourself and the people around you but also for the animals for which we are responsible!

I can get bored really fast, so after work I’m going for a run or a walk with my dogs, to stay “fit and ready to compete” – ready to go back to the shows!

For everybody, for now, just hang around with your horses, make them happy and stay positive. Please stay at home or at the stables.

Stay safe and healthy.

See you all soon,


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