My name is Camilla Stormont, I was born in 1991 and I have a huge passion for horses.
I got my first horse from my mother in 1994. I started out as a traditional dressage & show jumper, but as the years went by words like “horsemanship” and “problem horses” started to fill more of my everyday life. I am a trained Horse Behaviorist and in Equine Science.
Among other things, I have worked at Nyt Hesteliv with neglected horses who deserved a helping hand.
I have been self-employed since 2009, and have lived by my passion since 2012. Horses are without a doubt my biggest passion and I look forward to getting to work every single day when I wake up.
Throughout my life with horses, I have had hundreds of horses through my hands, and I therefore know that a single horse is completely unique.
I believe no two horses are alike and I believe the error starts when we start to think we can put all horses down in the same method or “box”. I am very interested in science, and my methods are therefore also based on anatomy, learning theory, behavioral psychology, biomechanics, etc. I use a good variety of exercises, depending on the individual horse Is a big fan of clicker training, and other methods that help motivate the horse to – not just work – but also to be happy about it.
I have had my own place since 2016, and in 2019 had to move to a larger place near Odense, where today I have both horsemanship student school, training horses, rehabilitation horses, own horses and stables.
Claus Hundebøl – Int. show jumper
I was born in 1996, and I jump at an international level. On a daily basis I ride 4-6 horses, everything from completely inexperienced to the experienced ma-s horses!
Cashmere lady who is the horse I have ridden the biggest shows on! We are i.a. placed as No. 4 in the csi * final for the World Cup 2019, and a myriad of places for national events, up to and including 135cm.
Landlyst Contra is a 7 year old mare who is my next big star! She is as 6-7 years old placed for csi competitions, and in 2020 placed as No. 5 to dm with the rest of the team. The plan is to debut in S 2021! She is the sister of my first S horse landed Calina, who unfortunately is not in the sport anymore.
My favorite riding breeches from Cavaleros are definitely “Fuego Men” !! I have had my first pair in a year and the grips still stay supple and they are super nice to wear ALSO after washing! Cavaleros are for me top quality at fair prices! And the service is top notch
Pernille Teidor Olesen
I am 27 years old and have ridden in Cavaleros since 2018.
Has previously been part of the u18, u21 and u25 national team. Now I have with my mother and father a small stable in Fredensborg, where I work with my mother and we have some horses together. Loves to teach the art of dressage and help the next upcoming riders.
Cavaleros surprising me to the extent the first time I sat in them was very skeptical about grip as I had tried other grip pants where the grip became slippery after use. Cavaleros keep holding on! Even in my oldest pants, I still have a great touch to my saddle. Being helped and supported by Cavalero’s grip but also to the extent of their lumbar support. Both during riding, they help to support my lower back and back, but also when I stand / walk and teach, I do not get tired or sore after the many hours in the sandbox.
Love that Cavaleros have a sporty look and always use breathable and elastic materials, so you get a nice figure and quickly get rid of the heat and sweat. It is so nice that you can jump off a horse and start teaching without your clothes being wet and cold after a workout, which I each put to a great extent.
Have recommended Cavaleros to very many and they have definitely not disappointed, on the contrary.
Sandra Gudesen Dressage rider
My name is Sandra Gudesen and I have ridden since I was 5 years old. I have had a total of 3 ponies and in October 2020 I got my first horse. In my last 2 pony years I rode nationally with my pony Præstegaardens Amazing Coco. I managed to have Coco for 3.5 years. At Coco I managed to become the winner of the Zealand Championship 2019, winner of the Danish Championship for Team 2019, winner of two district championships, on to the final of the Ecco Cup 2019 and then we became A-team. I hope to be able to continue the adventure on my horse Domino. I am extremely fond of Cavaleros, especially the support of the breeches in the loins. In addition, my favorite model is Enigma Dressage because I love the glitter details. ”
Sandra also helps us with photo shoots – here Sandra is seen with the Olympic horse Davidoff.
Sandra is wearing her favorite pants – Enigma Dressage in Beige.
Line Schlünsen – Paratroopers
My name is Line Schlünsen and I am a Danish parate rider grade 4.
In addition to practicing paradressure, I ride medium level on my gelding Holballes Deró. We have achieved a lot of victories together in a short time. We won silver 2020 for the Danish Championships in paradressure. No. 2 for the Blue hors kür cup and countless places for “healthy competitions” at medium difficulty level.
In addition to the fact that we love being on the competition tracks, our everyday life together is something we prioritize the most. Deró helps me keep my body going through our daily workouts and his presence is indispensable on the toughest days of pain. I am a paratrooper because I have a lack of leg strength after a hip operation in 2012. I suffer from severe hip dysplasia, 3 different spring hips and spinal arthritis.
For me, dressage is indispensable, and therefore it is important to be properly dressed in terms of quality and support, so that we as a rider have the opportunity to perform in the best way.
Lykke Harms Toxen-Worm – Spring
My name is Happiness.
I am an amateur rider and my best horse Carmiro has fulfilled all my dreams in terms of jumping, as a youngster we participated in the final of the 5 year championship and the Scandinavian open at Falsterbo. Time has since offered plenty of great rallies and placements up medium difficulty. In addition, I have several good young horses on the way in the sport.
As a trained physiotherapist, it is important to me that both my horses and myself have proper equipment. I have a lot of physical work and therefore also great focus on my body and especially my back and lower back.
As a show jumper, it is important that my riding breeches give me support and sit correctly, and that I have good freedom of movement. The grip must be good, because especially on the young horses, it is nice to be a little extra tight. When I first became acquainted with the Cavaleros pants, I had no doubt these pants were the best ever.
Their fit, lumbar support and grip are sublime and I can not wear them up, it really is Win Win. I am proud to be able to represent a product I stand for 100%.