Danish Lone Jørgensen with talented Danish Warmblood mare Down Under

Corinna and Lone Jørgensen - private photo

Corinna and Lone Jørgensen - private photo

Busy and exciting new life

Back in 2012 former Olympic Danish team rider Lone Jørgensen, her husband Uli Eggers and their daughter Monica moved to Australia.

During the years Lone has been building up a real solid business teaching some of the dressage entusiast in Australia. Among some of her clients is Pauline Carnovale, she has more talented horses and is riding Grand Prix herself.

The Danish Warmblood mare Corinna by Crelido / Loran born 2007 bred by Stutteri Hove, Gitte Søgaard and Poul Hove, Denmark, was purchased by Pauline and her husband Frank Carnovale about 4-5 years ago in The Netherlands. Pauline herself has been successful at small tour level with Corinna, but the further step for Grand Prix with Corinna was not quite obvious, and therefore Lone got the possibility to train Corinna.

As Lone tells, its been a challenging journey, but after 10 month both the piaffe and one times is getting there, and Lone is happy being back in business with a horse showing huge potential and qualities for the future, and she is of course very thankful to Pauline and Frank for giving her this opportunity. This weekend they just made their debut at national Intermediaire II level with 72,3% and 73,8%. Newt step ii national Grand Prix in June.

Here you find an article H2R made back in Dec 2015 about Lone Jørgensen and the move to Australia (in Danish).