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Global Equestrian Group

Global Equestrian Group was established in the beginning of 2021 German showjumper Ludger Beerbam Stables was acquired and joined the group as co-owner. Later same year Global Equestrian Group acquired Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (now Wellington International).

Global Equestrian Group has activities in dressage, showjumping and events, the jewellery company Helgstrand Jewellery and equestrian appeal company Kingsland Equestrian, as well as other equestrian investments.



Wellington International

Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC)  now Wellington International was founded by Mark Bellissimo in 2006 and has contributed to transforming Wellington, Florida, into the world’s premiere destination for equestrian enthusiasts.

Wellington International arranges events and is behind the Winter Equestrian Festival, which is held at Wellington International over 12 weeks and is the world’s largest and longest-running equestrian sports event with more than 8,000 horses and more than 250,000 spectators from 43 different countries converge on Wellington to compete for over $12 million dollars in prize money. Wellington International operates 16 competition arenas, 2,500 stalls, and provides participants and spectators with a variety of exclusive restaurants, shopping, hospitality areas, and other first-class facilities. The company has 50 full-time employees and employs a staff of around 600 people in the high season.


Helgstrand Dressage

Helgstrand Dressage is the world's leading dressage sales and training center with divisions in Denmark, Germany and the US. With a skilled and motivated team of 130 employees, the company sources, develops, competes and sells dressage horses worldwide. Helgstrand Horses have won mulitple World Championships over the years and includes the a stallion collection, consisting of World Champions and Premium stallions.

Beerbaum Stables

Beerbaum Stables is an internationally esteemed equestrian show jumping business with sports and trading stables as well as a stallion station located in Riesenbeck in north-west of Germany. Founder Ludger Beerbaum is a German four-time Olympic champion. Since withdrawal from the German national team after the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016 he has been focusing on competing at selected major shows and is also increasingly supporting his team, which includes the three top international riders Philipp Weishaupt (GER), Christian Kukuk (GER) and Eoin McMahon (IRL). Furthermore, Ludger Beerbaum focuses on the development of the event venue "Riesenbeck International".