Jeroen Devroe’s Aaron Now Under Heiner Schiergen

12-year-old Dutch stallion Aaron by Florencio, who was ridden by Belgian Jeroen Devroe, is now back at his original stud station Ferienhof Stücker, Germany. His ride will be taken over by Heiner Schiergen. In 2007, Aaron was licensed in Münster, later he was admitted by the NRPS. The big horse was brought to the sport by Jana Freund, who was able to place him in eighth and ninth place at the World Championship Finals when he was five and six years old. The Aaron became the horse of a young rider, Loranne Lievens, daughter of the owner Louis Lievens. One year later the horse was given to Jeroen Devroe, who developed him from M to Grand Prix level. However, he has not yet been competed in an international Grand Prix. Now his owner has given him back to Germany and Heiner Schiergen has taken over his reins.