||08 Sep 2020
Further Personal Information
||Athlete, Business Owner, Coach, Horse Trainer
Sport Specific Information
|When and where did you begin this sport?
||She began riding before she could walk.
|Why this sport?
||She grew up on a farm and her father competed internationally so it was natural for her to take up the sport. "As a young girl I didn't like dressage that much. I trained with Henk van Bergen once a week and I thought that was great, but I was happier when I could jump."
|Club / Team
||Stal Naber-Lozeman: Biddinghuizen, NED
||In August 2018 she bruised several ribs in a training accident in Bruges, Belgium. (Facebook profile, 21 Aug 2018, 19 Aug 2018)
|Sporting philosophy / motto
||"For me, horse riding is mainly about the pleasure I experience. There is always something to learn and improve." (horses.nl, 06 Jun 2019)
|Awards and honours
||In 2014 and 2016 she was named Sportswoman of the Year in Dronten, Netherlands. (dedrontenaar.nl, 27 Jan 2017; omroepflevoland.nl, 23 Jan 2015)
||Her husband Gert Naber and her brother Gert-Jan Lozeman have both represented the Netherlands in eventing. Her daughter Leida has participated in eventing at national junior level, while her other daughter Jantien has competed in pony jumping at national youth level. Her father Gerrit Lozeman competed in eventing and qualified for the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, but did not go due to the boycott. (team2tokyo.nl, 01 Jan 2019; Facebook profile, 11 Aug 2018; naber-lozeman.nl, 11 Jul 2017; SportsDeskOnline, 01 Feb 2016; krant.telegraaf.nl, 11 Oct 2002)
||To compete at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. (dedrontenaar.nl. 16 Oct 2019)
She and her husband Gert run Stal Naber-Lozeman in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands. They offer group lessons and clinics at the facility. (Facebook page, 07 Jan 2021; Facebook team page, 22 Nov 2020; naber-lozeman.nl, 06 Jun 2020)
In 2004 she published the book 'Basisboek Eventing' in which she talks about the sport and her training routine, as well as providing tips to other riders. (bol.com, 01 Jan 2018)