Top-quality horses for sale

Top-quality showjumping horses, equitation horses, and hunter horses for sale


This is who we are

JR Sporthorses is a professional showjumping stable in Denmark, Europe. We have manny years experience in selling and mediating top-quality horses around the world.

In modern high-standard facilities, we offer a comfortable environment which allows the horses to receive the best training available, and we provide our international clients exceptionally good horses for showjumping, equitation and hunter disciplines.

We have chosen the horses at various stages in their training and career, and they are all something out of the ordinary. And over the years, we have proven that our clients benefit greatly from the horses we provide them with.

The team

All horses are trained and showed by our team of educated riders with a lot of experience.

Located in Vejle, Denmark, we find the stables where our top sales horses and riders are located.
All riders have a lot of experience. Riders. who compete on a high level both nationally and internationally, and we have been riders on the Danish Equestrian Federation team for the past 3 years.


The horses

At JR Sporthorses, clients from all around the world are presented to a range of top-quality competitive horses for skilled riders at all levels. And many horses have been shipped from our stables in Denmark to continue their careers in other countries.

We are aiming to do long-lasting business with our international clients in order to find a perfect match between riders and horses, and the goal is for them to have success in showjumping competitions, equitation classes and hunter disciplines.

Often, we are contacted by agents and trainers with specific requests and wishes for the horses they are looking for, and with our knowledge, experience and network in the equestrian sports, we have great success in mediating the correct selection of horses.

We welcome you to our stables and look forward to showing you your next top-quality horse.

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