How does poetry respond to other languages and poetic traditions? What effects do translations have on poetry? We finally decided on the statement by Marina Skalova. We present these poems in their original language. In times of resurgent nationalism, the young poets felt it was all the more urgent to create a joint European frame of cultural and artistic reference.
International conference. For more information, visit www. Marina Skalova was born in Moscow in and grew up in Germany and France. In , she was distinguished by the Literaturstiftung Bayern for her poems about paintings by Paul Klee. Her texts have been translated into Romanian and Hungarian. Elisabeth Sharp McKetta writes poetry, essays and short stories. What began as a poetry blog has now become two collections of poems, inspired by the words of strangers. McKetta, Jr. Her work has regularly appeared in literary journals and anthologies since We wish to thank Max Czollek, curator Germany of Babelsprech.
International, for selecting the poems for our Magazine. At its joint session in spring , the interdisciplinary jury of the Federal Cultural Foundation recommended funding for 31 new projects with a total volume of 4. For more information about the individual projects, please visit our website www.
The submission deadline for the next round of applications to General Project Funding is: 31 January The members of the jury 31th session are: Dr. It was the public manifestation of Nazi cultural policy and went on tour through numerous cities in the Third Reich. In the following year, curators in London ope-.
Although the exhibition has since faded from memory,. Back and forth, he crosses the threshold between the inner and outer world, between active participation and passive observation, between the past and the present. The preferred medium of photography. It was curated by an international group of art historians, critics and gallery owners. Next year marks the 80th anniversary of the opening of the London exhibition. The Liebermann Villa in Berlin is using the anniversary as an opportunity to reconstruct the original exhibition based on research by the British art historian Lucy Wasensteiner.
Max Liebermann was one of the most prominent artists featured in the exhibition with 22 artworks. His work will serve as the starting point for the planned exhibition, in which a selection of the original pieces, information about the former lenders and the press reviews from that time will be presented and annotated. The performance formats, on the other hand, emphasise physically active moments which explore and define urban structures. Accompanied by an extensive educational programme and catalogue, the exhibition accentuates the various phases of artistic examination of this subject throughout history to the present day.
EXAT 51 was an interdisciplinary collective of artists and architects who strived to achieve a synthesis of applied arts and fine arts, and who firmly promoted non-objective art in socialist Yugoslavia. In its manifesto of , the group pledged to continue pursuing the ideals of pre-war modernism— Bauhaus, Constructivism and de Stijl. In her films, installations and performances, Jasmina Cibic examines how national identity is created by and expressed through fine arts and architecture.
In the film, she investigates the pavilion designs for the world exhibition EXPO, each of which represent two very different political systems: one by the. Ten years after the global financial crisis in , the Kunsthalle Mannheim will investigate how the art world responds to and portrays the economy. The exhibition will feature a comprehensive twopart review which examines the theme with respect to modernity and the current events. In the first part, the curators explore the art developments which arose between the two world wars in the United States, the socialistic Soviet Union and the Weimar Republic in Germany with their varying societal models and contrasting economies.
The exhibition will display numerous international loans, e. Attention will also focus on industrialisation and the relationship between man and machine. The second part of the exhibition is devoted to the 21st century and examines the changing views regarding work. Continuing the lines of investigation from the first section, this part will establish a link to a working world in flux and the conditions of globalisation. The exhibition will present about 35 international contemporary works from the areas of film, installation, photography, performance and social action.
They also make reference to global production processes, speculative financial ventures, digitalisation and information surveillance. Particular emphasis is placed on works which explore the aftermath of the financial crisis in Both exhibitions will initiate a dialogue between the Haus Esters and Haus Lange, which the project organisers hope to continue in the future.
This theory serves as the basis of an exhibition in Dresden which discusses the consequences of the Anthropocene find-. By viewing nature as both a factor of production and a place of longing, the exhibition attempts to redefine the human relationship to nature. The exhibition is divided into three sections. The first examines the cultural appropriation of plants as objects by artists, architects, writers and scientists.
The second investigates plants as the raw material found and used in gardens, fields and laboratories. The third section views the plant as a fellow creature whose living conditions have to be understood in order to better manage plant-human coexistence and preserve plant diversity in the future. In addition to presenting numerous artistic works, the cultural-historic exhibition at the Hygiene Museum will also shed light on the history of land use and terraforming, matters of global food production, genetic modification of plants and the role of humans in shaping and transforming the.
The exhibition will be supplemented by an extensive educational programme and accompanying catalogue. Even today, numerous writers, composers, theatre artists and fine artists continue to make use of the diverse possibilities of radio. The results of this creative collaboration will be presented as an artistically designed ob-.
On the first level, visitors are acoustically immersed in the art form. Wearing specially designed ear phones, their movement through the room triggers various works of radio art to automatically play. The sound pieces are arranged in ten narratives, e. A web platform—modelled after a virtual mind map— will then investigate the historical development of radio art.
This section will explore new possibilities of algorithmic sorting data retrieval of archive collections. The project organisers are. They aim to dynamically adapt the site-specific circumstances of each venue in Basel, Berlin and Weimar into the exhibition, which will be supplemented by a diverse accompanying programme. Now in the digital age and in light of the unforgiving memory of the Internet, many are appealing for the right to be forgotten.
Since , the study of the brain has developed in. Indeed, the formation of modern nations is inherently tied to collective remembering and forgetting. The 20th century bears the scars of horrendous crimes and genocide committed in the context of two world wars and colonialism—crimes which continue to inflame deep social and personal conflicts with regard to remembering and forgetting.
This exhibition presents the political manifestations of forgetting, as well as related life-scientific, neuroscientific and psychological aspects. It is divided into eleven sections: forgetfulness, renewal, forgetting in the brain, aids for preventing forgetting, deletion, devaluation, denial and silence, revising, curative forgetting, forgiving and the right to be forgotten. Approximately 20 international works of contemporary art will explore the issue in further detail from alternative points of view.
Broadcasters, partners and participating research institutes: National and international public-law radio broadcasters ARD, Austrian Broadcasting Corp. International participants will be invited to an academic symposium on the topic of forgetting in spring Its focus is on the rapidly growing cities of Africa which have become central hubs of innovation. The question now is how architects and urban developers can react to the increasing mobility on the continent with innovative models of habitation, infrastructure and technology.
The exhibition investigates global migratory movements, as well as migration within the African continent as a result of rural exodus to urban centres or displacement due to mining operations. The focus of the exhibition is not the refugee camps, but rather the mediumto large-sized cities and how they cope with migration. Prototypes and innovative approaches, e. In collaboration with Global Africa Lab New York , the project organisers plan to create large-scale maps, developed in part using drone photography.
Another theme of the exhibition is future scenarios of African cities as envisioned by artists and architects. After its presentation in Munich, the exhibition will go on tour through several African countries. The Architekturmu-. The current project was preceded by two thematically related exhibitions. Since it was established, the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen has collected works of art by former prisoners from numerous European countries.
The exhibition will supplement works created by the artists during their imprisonment at the camp with loaned pieces produced by prisoners prior to and after their incarceration. Not only do these serve as historical source material that documents everyday life at the concentration camp, but first and foremost as standalone works of art.
Video screen presentations and a smartphone app will provide visitors with information on the individual displays and their scientific classification. These can be integrated into the design of a walk-through depository at the Sachsenhausen Memorial, ensuring the long-term visibility of the project. Their mutual roots in the West Berlin art scene and their artistic friendship will be condensed into an overarching theme that connects the exhibition rooms and depicts their joint artistic production spanning five decades to the present.
The accompanying programme will include film presentations, performances, talk shows and discussions with international participants who will describe the international impact these three artists have had on the artistic avant-garde and their respective political implications. The exhibition of Elfi Mikesch, Rosa von Praunheim and Werner Schroeter will mark the re-opening of its exhibition rooms in The Academy sees the exhibition as a statement against intolerance and exclusion, in that it recalls the pioneering artists who first explored the issues of gender, body politics and otherness, and demonstrates their enor-.
Mikesch and von Praunheim will curate their own works displayed in separate rooms, and. In recent years his films have focused on such subjects as the situation of the Roma in Europe and migration. His docudramas are characterised by fictional elements and direct political involvement. The exhibitions in Oldenburg and Zagreb will be accompanied by a curated film programme, designed for presentation on tour.
This exhibition at the Bonn Kunstverein is named after the first book ever written by a computer in It offers an overview and retrospective on sculptures, paintings, illustrations and films produced in the age of artificial intelligence. The works by approximately 30 artists explore the subject of autonomous machine intelligence from various perspectives. Starting with the proto-pop images of automats from the s and the first computer-generated artworks of the s by artists like Stan VanDerBeek and Lillian Schwartz, the exhibition examines the influence of cybernetics on art production.
The historic pieces will be displayed alongside numerous works by younger artists. These include, for example,. The exhibition will be supplemented by a discussion series and symposium at the University of Bonn. The University of Bonn is home to one of the oldest institutes of computer science in Germany where a research group investigates issues related to artificial intelligence. They contain the holdings and estates of influential galleries and art dealers, curators, art critics, collectors and art photographers. In this function, they play an integral role in conserving a repertory of pieces which would not normally be collected by traditional art-historical archives and libraries.
Consequently, these institutions are becoming increasingly important for art scholarship, art market research and exhibition practice. The event is targeted at those directly involved as well as interested art scholars, archivists, journalists and the general public. Representatives from various archives will hold brief presentations about themselves, the distinguishing features of their collections and the research opportunities they offer.
In various workshops, participants will have the opportunity to gain insights into traditional scientific archive-related activities, monographic case studies and quantitative art market research powered by big data. Audio and video recordings of the conference will be made available via a multilingual online publication.
This project consists of a working group of about 20 international artists, writers, researchers and curators. Their goal will be to engage in mutual discussion and research in order to gain a more precise understanding of the current crisis of identity politics and postcolonialism. All around the world, we are observing a resurgence of nationalistic and isolationist policies. To what extent do new nationalistic approaches and movements make use of postcolonial rhetoric, and to what degree are they influenced by postcolonial thinking? In a second step, the participants will discuss how to confront isolationist and nationalistic tendencies and investigate what new forms of solidarity are possible today.
Starting in summer , the working group will meet on a regular basis for discussions in Cologne and partner institutions e. The project will culminate in an international symposium, targeted at a broad audience and comprised of discussions and numerous artistic and performative formats.
In preparation of the symposium, the project will commission a number of artworks and award research grants to artists, writers and researchers. The project will conclude with a publication in German and English. On Marienplatz in Stuttgart, several stalls are arranged in a circle around a stage with chandeliers and croupiers in green jackets and bow ties.
They are taking a short break. Even if you go the full monty, chase after Lady Luck, are strong and smart and never give up? Not with us, promises the European House of Gambling , everybody is a winner. Before the ball dropped and the cards were dealt and the players broke the bank, director Tanja Krone and sociologist Thomas Wagner discussed their view of gambling as a giant redistribution machine. The European House of Gambling is a casino, circus, cabaret and social experiment. What are the stakes?
What can you win?
Could permanent gambling serve as a lever of compensation? A utopia that counters the much lamented casino capitalism of our times with a humane casino. Take the Greek casino, for example. Europe rescued its high-roller banks, which unfortunately led to the forced privatisation of the public water works. How would status, power, influence change if subjected to the rules of gambling?
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I hope that many people notice this and think about it. If so, then the gamble has already paid off. Is there really such a thing? The family, for instance, is an archaic form of an institution. Even older than the state. And there are differences in power between people. You can see this in every group—one group can do one thing better, another group can do something else, sometimes one takes centre stage, other times, another comes out of the woodwork. The sociological concept of the institution describes forms of regulated cohabitation.
Sometimes somebody gets ahead of the pack, and then there are mechanisms which pull him back so that someone else can take the lead. Winning and losing as an equaliser? Gambling is the glue that holds these societies together. People get together, spend time with one another and in the end, the rules ensure that everyone wins a little and everyone loses a little.
In the Huayru dice game played by the Canelos natives in Equador, villagers throw dice at funerals to decide who inherits the property of the deceased—and they play until everyone leaves with something. And the men of the Hadza tribe in Africa are passionate gamblers who wage their valuable arrows. With over one hundred bets per day, even the luckiest winner never ends up keeping his new-found wealth for longer than a week. That way, everybody feels like a rich man once in a while.
Winning for everyone.
Is that the principle behind the European House of Gambling, as well? What are the rules of the casino? First of all, everyone is free to move about and decide which games he or she would like to play. The guests receive a symbolic amount of starting capital, which is determined by a roll of the dice when they enter. Then they can get start playing, at the card tables, a roulette table, a betting office.
There are also house bets which everyone participates in, and there are privileges which can be earned and then publicly claimed, such as a massage. Several times during the evening, the Wheel of Fortune is spun, and all of the money is redistributed.
And yes—many people win and then lose everything very quickly because they bet on the wrong horse or are required to relinquish their winnings. We live in a capitalistic society. Factories and machines, in which capital is invested, are not redistributed. But when they are, we give it a different name: revolution. The House of Gambling is a utopia.
Where is it supposed to lead us? Even off stage, the theatre explores contemporary aesthetic praxis with interventions in urban space, artistic research and participative formats. The project makes use of the casino principle with its dynamic interplay of chance and competition. At its core, it tests the hypothesis that traditions and rituals of gambling can advance social equality and even have an integrative influence.
In this way, the participants engage in a game in which winning and losing—and by extension, upward and downward social mobility—are constantly renegotiated and lose their disastrous consequences. Following its premiere in Stuttgart, the production will go on tour to several European cities. Peitz is the oldest avant-garde jazz festival in Germany, remembered for its extraordinary concerts from to The festival tradition was revived in by the jazzwerkstatt Berlin-Brandenburg which continually strives to develop contemporary jazz music in innovative ways.
Gubin, the Polish part of the border city, will serve as the venue for a German-Polish saxophone summit. In the lead-up to the festival in Peitz, organisers will stage a concert in London to introduce the Berlin jazz scene to the British capital. The festival programme will also feature the organ and harp as instrumental focuses. London, Vortex, London: 25—26 Nov. In concerts, readings, installations and experimental formats, the festival aims to highlight the various types of encounter between music and text.
The regional spotlight of the festival will focus on the Scandinavian countries. Young composers from the Hanover University of Music have been working together with migrants and foreignlanguage speakers living in the city to develop a live composition. The festival has also awarded twenty. Fanfares are the acoustic equivalents of calls or warnings.
The new compositions will be performed as such at diverse and unexpected locations throughout the festival period. WAREHOUSE an ethnography of digital friction The technologies and interfaces that influence our daily lives in the digital world often appear smooth, sleek and impermeable. Though technology promises a closer, more integrated world, we are witnessing an increasing level of ghettoisation caused by digital filters and personalised interfaces. Similar-minded people tend to keep company with one another, blocking out digital content which challenges them and causes friction.
How can we construct digital spaces differently? How can resistance be integrated into apps whose inner workings are concealed from us? And how can we revive the utopian potential of the early net. Warehouse will also announce an. The central component of the project will be an online platform, on which academic and artistic texts, videos and web art will be posted every week between June and October Additional events will take place in other European cities, such as Basel and London.
The festival will feature works by more than artists from the areas of music, sound art, film, animation, media technology, painting, installation and interactive media. The works include sculptures and installations, audio-visual performances, site-specific installations of architecture, light and sound, lectures and workshops. The festival will kick off with a performance of two new pieces by the Ensemble Modern, in which the octyaophonic sound system, designed by the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, will be used in Berlin for the very first time.
The composer Roly Porter has been invited to present a major production. He is known for using mathematic structures in music and has conducted pioneering work in modelling biological processes, e. For the Atonal , he is developing a musical work together with the Sri Lankan composer Paul Jebanasam which emphasises and connects the distinctive styles of both artists. Following festivals in Lisbon and Paris, the organisers plan to stage their festival in the listed Bille power station, the oldest existing electric power plant in Hamburg. Audiences will have the opportunity to listen and perceive the site-specific characteristics of the power station and the district of Hammerbrook.
The focus will be on auditory interventions which activate the rooms and their architectural and social potential. Composers, sound artists and musicians will be invited to develop concerts, performances, DJ sets, sound installations and audio walks which explore and emphasise the individual venues. Selected artists will be on hand to present sketches of their works and personally describe their projects. The programme of the Hallo Festspiele is comprised of two parts. At the second weekend, several performances will be staged in the two impressive factory halls, e.
Digitalisation and technological advances over the past years have fundamentally changed electronic music and video art. They have resulted in new spaces of reception, in which sound can be perceived three-dimensionally and viewers, surrounded by degree video projections, can immerse themselves in works of art. These immersive spaces of experience have provided sound and video artists with entirely new possibilities of expression.
As part of its ISM Hexadome project, the ZKM plans to develop a new immersive audio-visual structure which combines the loudspeaker system of the Klangdom with a hexagonal degree video projection system. In order to offer a platform to artists yet unknown to European audiences, the project partners will conduct collaborative research with the international network Norient. The works will premiere as live performances, after which they will be staged as installations at the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin, followed by presentations in Montreal, Belfast, London, Karlsruhe, Dresden and Hamburg.
International festival to mark the inauguration of the new organ at St. The organ can even play tonal systems which exist outside of Western cultural circles. The Organ Festival will celebrate the inauguration of this extraordinary instrument with a concert series, improvisations and performances.
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The participating performers are some of the best in the international organ scene, such as Bernhard Haas, Hans Fidom and Hampus Lindwall. The festival will also venture into new musical terrain with eight world premieres by such composers as Sergeji Newski Russia , Christian Wolff Canada and Marco Stroppa Italy.
These commissioned works will hopefully provide new impulses for the organ scene. In other event formats featuring St. Against this background, the conference will examine processes of stigmatisation and the power structures behind them. Both parts of the project will be combined in a public podium discussion at the Gorki Theater. The discussion will focus on how the history of sexualities can contribute to honouring the forgotten stories of heavily marginalised individuals, and how artistic forms and academic research can mutually influence each other.
For reason of vanity, convenience or mere carelessness, digitally linked netizens post information online which had been considered private only a few years ago. At the same time, waves of digital information and public discourse are constantly permeating our private sphere. The teams will then combine their individual projects for the ECLAT festival in for presentation on the big stage.
The set design disposes of the boundary separating the audience from the stage, allowing the viewer to assume and reflect on various positions such as identification, voyeurism and distance. Additional guest performances are planned in Italy, Austria and the United States. It was only in the mids that the memorial sites of former concentration camps gradually turned their attention to these groups of victims.
The continuity of stigmatisation following World War II. The protagonist of the play is a puppet, animated by four puppeteers and musically accompanied by a four-piece band. The play is a co-production by the Puppentheater Halle, the Gorki Theater Berlin and Kampnagel Hamburg, and will be performed at each of these locations. The conference will review the.
There is enormous ambiguity in the Greek theatre scene at present. More and more hybrid, post-dramatic formats have joined the ranks of traditional theatre forms based on models of classical antiquity. Impending theatre closures caused by economic constraints and worsening working conditions have—strangely enough—revitalised the Greek theatre scene by forcing artists to find alternative venues and seize opportunities to explore new artistic positions. Of course, the downside of this process of transformation has been that more Greek theatre artists are now working freelance under precarious financial circumstances.
In a several-day festival, Theater Bremen will offer an inside look at the young creative Greek theatre scene which is breaking with conventional structures and is increasingly turning its attention to current issues, e. An important dialogue and cooperation partner is the Experimental Stage 1 at the National Theatre of Greece in Athens, established in October as a venue for unconventional theatre experiments. Two Greek directors have been asked to develop performances for presentation in public spaces in Bremen.
Theater Bremen also plans to create an installation which highlights the German view of Greece. FIDENA is known for its outstanding contemporary puppet, figure and object theatre pieces, and is regarded as a seismograph for current trends and innovative forms in this artistic genre. On the occasion of its anniversary, FIDENA has commissioned various artists—including a number of promising newcomers—to develop new productions. The invited artists and companies are known for their artistic forays in experimental, interdisciplinary and intermedial areas.
They adopt the latest trends in digital art, performance art and gaming. The focus of the festival will be the connection between fine art and performing art. Many of the invited artists orig-. But what began as an altruistic business model has become tainted by an egotistical desire for profit in recent years. Is it possible to recapture the solidarity-based, utopian potential of the early sharing economy in order to envision the future of urban society and cohabitation? The project investigates how society and everyday life have been radically affected by the conditions of the digital age.
The participating artists will explore the theme at venues in the city of Munich, including 24 private Airbnb flats, specially rented for this purpose. The invited guests include the Needcompany from Belgium, in whose productions dance and the fine arts often play an essential role, and the French Cie. Trois-SixTrente, whose pieces combine elements of drama, puppet theatre and sound art. The productions will be presented at eight different venues in Bochum, Herne, Hattingen and Essen. The commemorative festival will also feature a series of participative formats.
In the tradition of the politically progressive Bread and Puppet Theater, a cast of protest puppets will be constructed for the festival. Audience members will be paired up and directed on walking tours which will take them to the various performances, installations and plays. On these site-specific strolls through Munich, the viewers will become tourists in their own city, modern rental nomads, collectors of urban and virtual experiences. For the project partners, this means integrating the independent dance company into the production and performance processes of the theatre and fostering equitable and open collaboration which explores and surpasses the boundaries of dance and spoken theatre, uniting both in aesthetic interaction.
This vocal and choreographic study will focus on the broad range of interpretation and possible misinterpretation of situations and sentences. When words fail to convey what we wish to communicate, what possibilities of expression do bodies and movement possess?
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Wolf Lepenies Sociologist. The committee is comprised of leading figures in the arts, culture, business, academics and politics. Assistant to the Executive Board Dr. Marie Cathleen Haff dept. Magazine 29 was published in October The texts in this issue adress, in very different ways, events, topics and figures which are roo Though, I'm actually a teacher. I do workshops as opposed to classes. Adults and kids. Pretty sure Kariel is in the same boat.
Sent from my MotoG3 using Tapatalk. L earn to be a professional mermaid. Originally Posted by Talia. Maybe you can check it out, Stefani, and let us know how it goes. Originally Posted by Mermaid Jaffa. Member formerly known as leomar. Originally Posted by AniaR. There are two "merschools" in Bavaria and two more in Swabia which are well-known due to media exposure. All the teachers are merely girls or young women with zero teaching or swimming coach credentials. They just happen to like to work with children and bought a magictail. Some of them make good money with it. Considering how Germans really get off on credentials otherwise, this is a bit surprising, but hey.
I'd be all for it if some of the more ridiculous credential-demands diving towers, looking at you were dropped as well.
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Because she made us but no worries nor had any major diseases, that shouldn't be a problem. Deze tekst werd automatisch vertaald. Zeer mooie en getalenteerde merrie die kan worden gebruikt voor alle divisies van de cavalerie. Ze verworven van de State Award in Hannover werd kampioen Mare van Mare Toon, 5 was de elite merrie show tussen de dressuur merries als de enige merrieveulen met lente oorsprong , Mare prestatietests heeft gewonnen in het vrij springen, er was 2 x de 9. Het is gewoon voorbij Kirchen bij de nominatie voor de Bundenschampionat.
De merrie heeft een veulen krijgen van ons, die is nu 5 jaar en ook zeer type sterk als de moeder zelf. Sam kan overal worden gebruikt. Het toont een hoge rittigkeit, werkt goed met. Het is gemakkelijk op de teugels en aangenaam comfortabele zitplaatsen. Ze heeft een goede cyclus, uw stap wordt gemalen die betrekking hebben op draf krijgen in de swing en de galop is aangenaam en makkelijk te assembleren. Ze springt door schone vliegende wijzigingen, getest we ging tot de 2. Dat moet vast maar toch zo nodig. Tempi wijzigingen zijn goed te rijden in een gang, ze is niet op de teugels.
Passende bijstand moet worden gebruikt maar. Hoewel ze een zuivere afkomst van veren heeft, het is gepresenteerd hier ook in dressuur l dressuur op hoofdstel won en geplaatst , alsmede in de veelzijdigheid van Kl. A in de overdekte nationaal kampioen en natuurlijk ook in de jumping. Er maar vrij weinig in gebruik tot Kl. M , omdat we tijdelijke maken het niet we volledig werkzaam zijn en het nageslacht neemt veel tijd Dit is ook de reden van verkoop.
De merrie weet honden, tractoren, vervoer over de weg, ik ben zeker in het terrein groep en alleen , water weet Kinderen zijn ook geen probleem, of zij nu krijgt het reinigen, uitvoeren, zou een kleine longe spin moeten of wil uit te proberen op de sprong Met deze merrie is dat helemaal geen probleem. Echter zou ik ze beschrijven als een beginner paard, ze moest een ervaren ruiter, regelmatig alleen voor de correctie van Paardrijden.
Globaal, is ze honing honing. Onze Sam is een Koppel van overdag, 's nachts in een stal. Ze weet maar ook full-time koppeling vistuig in de zomer. In het seizoen dat is ze volledig verneveld, nu loopt ze blote voeten.