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1. Trainer: Moa Grödinger

Moa was born in 1986 in Sweden. Her parents put her in a local riding school when she was 4 years old. When she was 8 years, she got her first pony, which was a jumping pony from Ireland. At the age of 10 she got her second jumping pony and started competing  jumping and eventing.
Growing out of her ponies at the age of 14, she got her first horse, a 5 year old, which turned out to be a dressage horse. She trained him up through the levels and competed successfully with him, when she turned 19 years old, on Intermediar I level.
In 2003 she was the only one accepted for the special dressage program at the Swedish national riding school in Strömsholm. After successfully graduating from this program, she got the offer to work for Eva-Karin Oscarson, a former Olympic rider. During this time she started to specialize in young horses, competing them in dressage and jumping.
Moa is member of the Rosencarree team since 2007.

2. Trainer: Michelle Hagman

Logo German Dressage StudiesMichelle is also from Sweden and was born in 1985. She started riding at the age of 6 and got her first pony at 10.  At this age she began also to start her own horses and to train them.  Her second pony she trained up to FEI pony classes. In 1999 Michelle’s parents bought her  first schoolmaster at  Wintermühle in Germany. In 2001 she had her first show success on Prix St. George level. At the end of 2001 she worked for a couple months for Jan Brink.
In 2004 she became 10th in the Swedish National Championships for Young Dressage Horses.
From 2005 Michelle started to work for the riding, breeding and training family Rüben. From this moment everything went very fast forward. She begins to win several FEI classes and in 2006 she competes successfully on Grand Prix level.
2007 was a fabulous year for Michelle: 14 Grand Prix placements, wins in Inter II and Freestyle results of 72%

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