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Charlotte Mordasini

Encouraged by a horse family among which a mother who rides, Charlotte Mordasini always made it a point of acquire the best basis to reach the high level. So that her specificity is to dedicate the major part of the work of her jumping horses to the improvement of their flatwork. To proudly represent the colors of the Swedish team, she knows how to surround herself to perfect her riding: Thierry Pomel, GianLuca Bormiolli, Thimothée Anciaume, Michel Robert... With her partner Mark McAuley, she manages the stable offering her an ideal system to remain competitive at high level.

Hello Philippa!

I'm a fan of the Nations Cup, so it makes me sad that the FEI starts to lean towards the Global and forgets to defend the interests of the cuts. With a far less attractive endowment, the FEI will have to do better than that if it wants to keep the best riders for the cups of the nations.

Charlotte

Hello Emily!

For me, it is a good Breeding, good young horses which are unfortunately too often exported. The Swedes are horses, the equestrian industry is important in relation to the size of the country. The trade, I think, is not much better than elsewhere but I still see good horses on tour there.

Charlotte

Hello Rebecca !

The plan is to continue the progression as in recent years, and confirmed my place at high level which is still quite fresh! I would like to train young horses on this level as I did with most of my horses, my dream would be to ride a horse of our breeding at high level! Tried to have good results in team and if it happens well to redo the championships! Tokyo is going so far away for now we are trying to do a little better every day and hopefully it will go for the better.

Charlotte

Hello Melinda!
I am based in Haute Savoie (France) since always and fortunately did not need to move when I started climbing for the sweden. I go there only 2 or 3 times a year for major competitions like Falsterbo or Gothenburg otherwise the organization stays the same at home!

Charlotte

Hello Normal!

I like having time to relax, between 18 and 20 horses this is perfect for me. After that changes a little if I mounted the horse in the morning but in general it remains that anyway.

Charlotte

Hello Alexia!

I take a lot of technical Michel Robert on the flat, so a lot of stretching, look for the stability and comfort of the horse. And above all an unshakable connection with the horse whether on the flat or on the bars. Straightness, control of position and look has a great impact on our riding.

Charlotte

Hello Kim!
Horse riding is very popular in Sweden! It is true that we find a lot of things in suede like back on track, Kraft etc ... Not living downstairs, I am not very well aware of the marks that will only be found in Sweden.

Charlotte

Hello Tessy!

Of course there are the high-level stables like those of Peder Fredricson or Royne Zeterman that are among the best. But Sweden is a country of horse and There are a lot of recommendable stables, unfortunately since I do not live there, I do not know them all!

Charlotte

Hello Amber!

Competition in Sweden is always an important thing for me because I am still new to everyone there so I want to make a good impression. Unfortunately the show of two weeks ago in Gothenburg went very badly for me and I had to go without skipping the Grand Prix. I only want to take my revenge!

Charlotte

Hello Ben!

I usually skip 3 or 4 days before the contest, I check the equipment with my groom to have everything I might possibly need. Thoroughly study the contest program to make a plan for each horse. A stretching after transport and a shed on the hips before the show. Then put yourself in his bubble maximum 1h before the test otherwise it gives headache and wanting to do too well sometimes it can do the opposite!

Charlotte