Anna Kasprzak made her Grand Prix show debut on the newly acquired Fuhur, the horse with which she wants to be in the running for one of three Danish team spots for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
At the national show in Hedensted on 2 February 2020, Kasprzak won the Grand Prix class with 74.467%.
The class was judged by three judges who had her between 73.90 and 75.60%. Nanna Skodborg Merrald and Gorklintgaards Quater Boy were second with 71.767%. Kasprzak landed third place on her second Grand Prix horse Addict de Massa with 71.433%. There were 12 pairs entered.
"Still many things to improve but Fuhur really gave me a feeling of confidence and willingness in the ring," Kaspzak said after her Grand Prix win in Hedested. "We have only worked together for about two months and I’m sure we will become a super team. 🏻I’m feeling so lucky to have the opportunity to take over the education of such an well schooled horse."
Kasprzak purchased Fuhur in November 2019. He is an 11-year old Russian warmblood by Furstenreich x Nagnat. He is bred at Olymp Kubani, a Russian Warmblood-Trakehner stud farm in the Krasnodar region in Russia, and was trained and competed up to Grand Prix level by Russian Elena Sidneva.
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