Nothing would have been possible without our partners and their support. The people representing their companies as well as their products are essential in our everyday lives. Let us tell you a little bit about them.

King of the road - we drive a Ketterer

Watch the video and hear us tell you about ALFAB and our amazing horse truck.

They know horse feed

We are a part of Team Krafft and at the moment you can see us on their feed packaging along with some of our horses. Flash Dancer who has competed at the world championships for young horses and Don Scudo who also did well in the competitions for young horses - two nice looking boys.

Krafft says in their commercials that they know horse feed - and that is exactly the experience we have of the company and their products. At Kronekulla gård all horses are fed Krafft. The range of feed makes it possible to find the right product for all our horses, along with the Krafft feed adviser its something very reliable to lean on.

Lantmännen Krafft AB is a company within Lantmännen Group and is today the largest supplier of horse feed in Sweden. They offer products with good ingredients based on plenty of research focusing on what is best for the horse.

In short chic...

You might have seen Triviant in his orange warm-up rug? Schockemöhle Sports has the slogan "The World is orange" and we are a part of their team – Team Schockemöhle. It is a German company that quickly has gained appreciation from riders all over the world. The reason is probably that their products - fashion for horse and rider - in short offer a great deal of style. A new collection is introduced twice a year. But it is not just about looks, it is about functionality and quality as several world riders in show jumping and dressage continuously evaluate and help develop new products.

Jewelry for a rider´s heart

Dressage riders often decorate the lapels of their tails with jewelry and symbols that has a special meaning to them. Next to the red horse characteristic to the region Dalarna, Charlotte wears a brooch in the shape of a horseshoe. Do you know what it stands for? Originally in a Facebook post, Charlotte expressed a desire to organize a way for riders to make a contribution to cancer research. It eventually turned into ”Equestrians against cancer” and a partnership with Lena Ulrica Carlsson, gemcutter and founder of LUC of Sweden. Lena Carlsson designed a piece of jewelry of which the whole profit would go to cancer research. The company Equestrian against cancer was founded so that the money could be donated. The first collection is out - a brooch/ascot tie brooch in the shape of a horseshoe of sterling silver adorned with pink cubic Zirconia stones. When buying it 100 SEK is donated to cancer research.

Learn more about purchasing the brooch here.