With two Australian Grand Prix records on Destano and two more horses being developed to start top sport next year, Simone Pearce has become a leading prospect for her nation’s Olympic team.
The Germany-based Simone had what she described as “a really awesome show for me and the horses” at the CDI4* in Achleiten, Germany a week after her 29th birthday and the best results since re-locating to Europe almost a decade ago to pursue a career as a model but instead dedicating herself to dressage.
Three years at Helgstrand Dressage in Denmark until late 2018 came after time in the Netherlands and Germany. A serious riding accident while back in Australia in December 2018 was not enough to put her off returning to Gestüt Sprehe in Lastrup to ride full time some of the top stallions in the world.
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Article written by: KENNETH J. BRADDICK