Andrea is a horse lover, veterinarian,
breeder, and importer of fine Westphalian horses as well as an artist of professional pencil drawings.
Andrea spent 15 years breeding Westphalian horses in
Germany before relocating to the United States. After
earning a degree in Business, Andrea was educated
as a veterinarian at the University of Giessen (Germany). While
working on her PhD (Dr. Thesis), she made some contacts to the United States and finaly moved to America. She brought her horses and her love for
the breed to share with those Americans who want
the best of European Sporthorses. Working closely
with German approved trainers and judges, breeders and friends who compete at the upper level shows, she has connections
in Europe that allow her to find great horses at
reasonable prices. Andrea organizes trips to Germany with American horse enthusiasts looking to purchase horses. Her German background and veterinary training prove invaluable when selecting the right horse. On the other hand Westphalians For USA LLC has bred, raised, trained and sold outstanding Westphalian Horses in the USA that have been Westphalian Champion at Dressage at DEVON, winners at the Regional Championships and an offspring that competed at the National Championship in Chicago!
Westphalians For USA LLC is currently the official representative for the Northrhine Westphalian State Stud (Warendorf) and the Westfälische Pferdestammbuch e.V. that are located in Germany. In addition we will help you with any questions concerning the Westphalian and Rheinländer Horses. Andrea & Jimmy are responsible for the broodmare inspection and for registering and branding the Westphalian warmblood foals in the United States and Canada. We can also do breeding consultations
and evaluations. Please check the rules for the Westphalian mare & foal inspection and registration. Feel free to contact us with your questions.
Jimmy manages the farm & business and takes care of the broodmares and youngsters, he loves to work with the young stallions. His passion is in the farming so that there is always plenty of high quality hay and straw as well as oats and other grain that he adds to the feeding program.