The Team behind Stall Leichle

Mike Patrick Leichle

Mike Patrick Leichle

This Nations Cup rider won his first Grand Prix at just 17 years of age. Two years later, aged 19, he completed his first competition on the most challenging course in the world, the Hamburg Derby. His reliability and expertise have secured Mike. P Leichle a large, satisfied customer base right across the world, who know that the years of experience that have earned Mike a gold German Riding Badge also help to ensure that the right horse is found for each and every rider.

Karina Truelsen

Karina Truelsen

Karina ist in Dänemark geboren und aufgewachsen. Die Lebensgefährtin von Mike Patrick leichle reitet seit frühester Kindheit und hat ein Vorbild (nein, nicht direkt Mike): Der schwedische Top-Reiter Rolf-Göran Bengtsson ist ihr sportliches Idol. Seit 2013 ist die smarte Blondine in Schnarup-Thumby zuhause und Teil des sportlichen Teams um Mike Patrick. Dänische Farben vetrat Karina bereits bei den Europameisterschaften der Jungen Reiter in Vilamoura 2004. In den vergangenen Jahren hat sie internatonal reihenweise Siege und Platzierungen gesammelt und kümmert sich im Stall Leichle mit um die Ausbildung der jungen Pferde und das Training der Reiter.

Baltasar Leichle

Baltasar Leichle

Baltasar is the eldest son of Mike Patrick Leichle. He studies in Louisenlund and also rides the horses owned by the company. Baltasar is successful in L class show-jumping tests. He only started riding a few years ago. Baltasar is also a highly successful golfer in his age group, and has a single digit handicap!

Raena Leung

Raena Leung

Raena discovered riding when she was just six years old. She started riding at the Hong Kong Beas River Country Club as a young girl. Raena studied in London and is now based in Germany, hoping to realise her sporting ambitions - riding in international championships. She has already achieved one of her goals, riding in the World Equestrian Games in 2014 in France, representing Hong Kong. 2014 also saw her take part in the Asian Games - comparable to the European Championships. In 2013 Raena, a student of Mike Patrick Leichle, became the first female rider from Hong Kong ever to take part in a World Cup final.