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Antelope Showjumpers is a collaboration between Raena Leung and Mike Patrick Leichle to form a channel of coaching and management programs to riders who want to venture into the European circuit. The base is at Stall Leichle in Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany.

We coach and teach prospective competitors to their highest potential and help develop their skills and confidence required to be competitive at the top international levels. We also utilize our hands-on experience to identify and develop prospective show jumpers to their full capacity for owners and clients either in competition or for dealing.

With our strong backgrounds on the Eastern and Western fronts and multilingual abilities - our mission is to create equestrian opportunities for aspiring asian riders to train and develop in the discipline of showjumping.

Raena Leung

Raena Leung is a seasoned international competitor, and part of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Equestrian Team since 2013. Raena has been actively competing on the European circuit and the China circuit full time since 2011 upon attaining a Master's Degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Her education and international show jumping experience gives her a wealth of knowledge and the ability to guide juniors and amateurs to a high level of global competition. 

Raena marked breakthroughs in Hong Kong Equestrian sport by being the first Hong Kong rider to ever ride in a FEI World Cup Final in Gothenburg 2013 and to compete in a World Championship, at the 2014 FEI Alltech World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France. Raena also represented Hong Kong at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games and was the only Hong Kong rider to qualify into a jump-off to determine the Bronze medal, ultimately ending 9th individually.

Mike Patrick Leichle

Mike Patrick Leichle has represented Germany at Nations Cup level and won his first Grand Prix at just 17 years of age. He is also a deeply experienced trainer and has students traveling from all over the world from countries such as Hong Kong, China, Denmark, Finland, England and Germany. Mike has trained and mentored riders from jumping 1.20m through to major world championships such as Nations Cups, FEI World Cup Qualifiers, Asian Games, FEI World Cup Finals, Olympic Qualifiers and World Equestrian Games. 


In addition to competing and training, Mike has also identified and helped produce talented horses from young horses through to championship level. These horses include Clair II (Steve Guerdat), Czerny (Danielle Goldstein). Mike’s reliability and expertise have secured a large customer base right across the world to ensure that the right horse is found for each and every rider. 

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