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After Esben Møller celebrated his 25th anniversary of working for the Blue Hors stud last year, he announced he is now leaving the Blue Hors stud for a job at Helgstrand Dressage. Esben Møller will be scouting new and talented horses for Andreas Helgstrand, who himself was also a former Blue Hors stable rider competing Don Schufro on the bronze medal winning Danish team at the 2008 Hong Kong Olympics. Møller reports: “I am very grateful to the Kirk Kristiansen family for the trust and the great cooperation, we have had. However, the time has come to try something new and I am really happy to take part of team Helgstrand and to work with Andreas again. I am also looking forward to concentrating on what I am really good at.” Which of course is scouting young talent, like he did with Blue Hors Zack who Møller discovered as a three-year-old at the KWPN Stallion Show. “We can hardly describe how proud we are that Esben has chosen Helgstrand Dressage as his next career step. He has many years of experience and he is able to contribute with valuable knowledge about the selection of young horses. He has a keen eye for quality horses and is incredible at spotting unique horses. I have great respect for what Esben has achieved over time and I am looking forward to the fact that we can now benefit from his experience,” Andreas Helgstrand adds.

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