The first pony
Anna Kasprzak got her first pony in 1994. His name was Domino and he laid the foundation for her eternal love for riding.
Dressage competition debut
In January 2002, Anna Kasprzak had her debut in a dressage competition along with her second pony Bohemo Geum (Garfield). She had just turned 12 years old – and they came in 3rd and 4th.
Fontaine and the first places
Together with cat. I pony Fontaine, Anna Kasprzak became more and more successful in dressage. In 2004, they won the ECCO Cup, a competition preparing young aspiring talents in Danish dressage.
The inevitable transition from pony to horse rider became a reality with Blue Hors Future Cup: the horse that became Anna's teacher in dressage, the horse that made Anna invest in a future in professional dressage, and the horse that Future Dressage is named after.
Anna won the Danish Championship with Future Cup three times. Once as Junior and twice as Young Rider. Their greatest achievement was a bronze medal at the European Championship for Young Riders in 2010.
Kasprzak Dressage becomes a reality
The dream of running a dressage business became a reality in 2010 under the name Kasprzak Dressage.
In the search for a horse Anna found her perfect match in Finnish bred Donnperignon. The partnership evolved so well that they qualified for the Olympic Games in London (2012) after less than a year of working together. They delivered an unforgettable entrance in the pouring rain.
For the first time ever, Anna won the Danish Championship as a senior with Donnperignon.
First homebred generation
Kasprzak Dressage bred their first generation of foals. Among them was Falcon, who was sold to Norway in 2021. In 2015, Anna and Donnperignon once again won the Danish Championship.
The second Olympic Games
Anna was selected to represent Denmark for the second time at the Olympic Games and travelled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where they ended up number 14, her best Olympic result to date.
European Team Silver in Sweden
Together with Agnete Kirk Thinggaard, Anna Zibrandtsen, and Cathrine Dufour, Anna won team silver at the European Championship in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Seven years after beginning their successful journey, Anna decided that it was time for a well-deserved retirement for "Pepe" which was the nick-name for Donnperignon. He left the area and the spotlight after the World Cup Qualification in Herning, Denmark in October 2018.
Extension of the breeding department
The stud grew and needed more room for the breeding mares and their foals. The breeding department moved into a separate building just across the road from the sports department.
The name is Future Dressage
After expanding with the stables that host the new breeding department, Future Dressage becomes a reality with a desire to mark a new beginning for the business.