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Joshua Tabor

Grand Prix Jumper Rider

Member of the Israeli Nations Cup Team


Joshua Tabor, born in Israel, spent seven years in Germany where he worked at several stallion and sporthorse stables. Not only has Joshua started many young warmbloods under saddle, he also has extensive experience handling and training young stallions. His love and interest for warmblood breeding became stronger while working for the Holsteiner Verband in Germany. Aside from his young horse and breeding experience, Joshua has also competed in the Jumper Ring up to Grand Prix level. Joshua is exceptionally good with young and/or difficult horses. Joshua has trained many young horses to success that were given up on by other people. Joshua is well connected with Europe and has imported many nice sport horses to the US.

Eva Oldenbroek

Grand Prix Dressage Rider, CLS 5***** rated

USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist with Distinction

USDF L-Graduate with Distinction


Eva Oldenbroek Tabor, born in The Netherlands, has been riding since the age of 9, competing in both Jumpers and Dressage. Eva is an USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Dressage medalist with Distinction and has successfully trained and competed horses at every dressage level from green to International Grand Prix. Eva's specialty is training and developing young talented horses the correct way. She has competed at the Young Horse National Championships five times, in the FEI 5 year olds, FEI 6 year olds, the Developing Prix St George Division and twice in the Developing Grand Prix Division and has qualified a horse in the FEI division every year for the US Dressage Finals. Eva has competed at numerous Regional Championships, National Championships and CDI competitions earning many championship ribbons and top 3 placings. In 2014 she was National Reserve Champion Intermediate B with Uberlinus, in 2017 she placed 10th in the Intermediate I finals and in 2018 9th in the Intermediate II finals  with Wynston as well as 7th in the Grand Prix in 2021. She'd been training both horses since they were 3 years old.

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