Hannell Dressage Stable is a training and competition stable in Sweden where horses are trained to Grand Prix level. Whilst objectives are long-term and of the highest possible standard, optimum achievement for riders and the horse’s well being are paramount to the programme.
Equestrian Surfaces have worked closely along side Patrik and Camille Hannell, aswell as Jan Brink who teaches there, building a 60m x 20m outdoor arena with Cushion Track, along with laying Cushion Track on both the 40m x 70m Indoor arena and 40m x 40m warm up arena.
Riders include; Mathilde Hannell who trains with Jan Brink and Marie Munters. She rides for the Swedish National Team and junior level and is a member of the Knytkalasets ‘nursery’. Mathilde has represented Sweden at the Nordic Championships and European Championships, winning a medal as the teams best asset. In 2009 Mathilde rode in the Globen arena ‘Ponny Kur’ as the youngest competitor.
With the centre purpose built for training horses to Grand Prix level, Equestrian Surfaces have ensured the finished surface compliments the quality of the facilites, horses and horsemanship.