BUSSE Reitsport


BUSSE has been sponsoring people for many years. The so-called brand ambassadors are carefully selected and comprehensively equipped with BUSSE brand products. The athletes present the BUSSE brand throughout the performance of their sport. This also include close collaboration in the area of product development and marketing to form a basis of close cooperation and long-term success for both parties.

Anna Siemer

Anna Siemer
Anna Siemer

Name: Anna Siemer, née Junkmann
Place of residence: Salzhausen, Lower Saxony
Date of birth: 16/02/1983
Trainer: Hans Melzer

Anna has been a brand ambassador for BUSSE since 2008. The bearer of the Golden Riding Award operates her own training and competition stable at the Luhmühlen training centre. Together with her team, she is responsible for the diversified training of young eventing horses. In doing so, this not only includes the rapid success or fire sale of the horse but also sound training with long-term perspectives in the sport. This can also be seen in the fact that a few horses that were introduced into the sport by Anna, are also successful among other horsemen on an international basis.

In addition to training the horses, the equine business manager also considers the training of other horsemen important as well. Anna imparts her knowledge and her experience in clinics and during training.


  • Numerous victories and placements up to CIC***
  • Several final participations and placements at the "Bundeschampionat" of young event horses


  • 13th rank of Germany's most successful event rider after ranking points
  • Silver medal at national championship for professional event rider in Marbach (GER) with Butt's Avondale
  • Silver Medal Final "Bundeschampionat" of 5-year-old event horses in Warendorf (GER) with Quirly
  • 6th rank final "Bundeschampionat" of 5-year-old event horses in Warendorf (GER) with Keep Kitty
  • 12th rank final "Bundeschampionat" of 6- year-old event horses in Warendorf (GER) with Arizona Pie
  • 5th rank CIC*** in Jardy (FR) with Butt's Avondale
  • 8th place CIC*** in Jardy (FR) with Chloe
  • 3rd place CIC** in Luhmühlen (GER) with Chloe
  • 4th place CIC*** in Renswoude (NL) with Butt's Avondale


  • 4th rank final "Bundeschampionat" of 6- year-old event horses in Warendorf (GER) with Butt's Azahar
  • 3rd rank CIC*** in Renswoude (NL) with Butt's Avondale
  • 1st rank CCI** in Strzegom (PL) with Butt's Avondale
  • 4th rank CIC** in Le Pin au Haras (FR) with Chloe

Giulia Maria Schöttler

Giulia Maria Schöttler
Giulia Maria Schöttler

Name: Giulia Maria Schöttler
Place of residence: Jerrishoe, Schleswig-Holstein
Date of birth: 30/07/2002
Trainer: Petra und Michael Schöttler

Giulia has been part of the BUSSE team since April 2017. The student ranks among the top young riders of Holstein and is now starting out on a national and international level. Despite her young age, Giulia is already experienced in training young show jumping ponies and personally worked her way up to 1.25 classes with several ponies. Furthermore, Giulia regularly introduces top young ponies in pony youngster classes and at the Bundeschampionat [Federal Championship for young horses].



  • 2nd rank pony accumulator class 1.25 m in Colbitz (GER) with Manni
  • 5th rank pony fault and style class 1.25 m, final "Bundesnachwuchschampionat" of pony show jumpers in Verden (GER) with Manni


  • Pony show jumper county champion of Schleswig-Holstein/Hamburg in Bad Segeberg (GER) with Manni
  • Overall victory in Schleswig-Holstein Pony-Cup with Manni
  • Overall victory in "Holsteiner Schaufenster Jugendförderung" with Bianca
  • 8th rank pony youngster class 1.15 m, qualification for "Bundeschampionat" final of 6 year old ponies in Warendorf (GER) with Hidalgo


  • 2nd rank in overall standings of "Holsteiner Schaufenster Jugendförderung" with Bianca
  • 9th rank special youngster class 1.15 m, "Bundeschampionat" final of 6 year old ponies in Warendorf (GER) with Manni


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