Hannah Laser Joins Tessa Frank's Team

Sun, 03/31/2024 - 12:23
Hannah Laser :: Photo © Astrid Appels

German young professional dressage rider Hannah Laser has joined the team of Tessa Frank after her sudden departure as head dressage rider at Klosterhof Medingen last month. 

The 28-year old Laser worked for the Wahler family at Klosterhof Medingen for seven years.  Her most successful horses were Damaschino, with whom she finished 6th at the 2021 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, and and Va Pensiero with whom she became Bundeschampion in 2020.

In February Laser surprised all with her sudden exit from Klosterhof. Christoph Wahler, who is the general manager of the stud, appointed Jakob Schenk has her successor. 

Tessa Frank has now announced that Laser, as "one of the most successful trainers of young dressage horses in recent years", will join her team on 1 May 2024. 

"Hannah has made an excellent name for herself at championships and world championships for young dressage horses through her fine, welfare-considerate horsemanship and her way of showing the horses and thus fits perfectly with our philosophy," said Frank. 

Tessa also announced that her business will be locating to a facility in the Lüneburger Heide.

Photo © Astrid Appels

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