Alice Naber-Lozeman

Alice Naber-Lozeman is a 3 day event rider, who proudly represented the Netherlands in the 2016 Olympic games.

Alice is one of the most accomplished 3 day event riders in the Netherlands.

Alice rode her first European Championship with Why Not as a junior in 1987. She also rode Why Not that same year at the Senior European Championships in Oud-Heverlee in Belgium. There are too many other wonderful championships to mention.
Dutch eventing championships run in the family. Her father Gerrit Lozeman was champion in 1969, whilst Alice took the honours in 2000, 2004, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Her brother Henk Jan won the title in 2005 and her husband Gert Naber won in 2001!

At the 2015 European Championship in Blair Castle in the UK, Alice took fourth place on ACSI Peter Parker. In 2016 at the age of 45, Alice took part in her first Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Riding ACSI Peter Parker, the team took 6th place and individually she came 32nd. “That really whet my appetite. I definitely want to take part again and do even better! If you’re fit, you’re never too old to have a goal like this”, says Alice. .
Alice and her husband Gert have their training yard and the Alice Eventing School at Biddinghuizen.

 Alice can help you with all aspects of riding, but her expertise will be particularly useful for a rider wishing to bring their dressage or cross country techniques to new heights.