About Us

Rob and Mary Hanna recently relocated from Bellarine Peninsula to Macedon Ranges, VIC, Australia, to be closer to family.


The Equestrian Facilities at the "new" Statene Park are currently being constructed in full swing. Statene Park has been the forefront of dressage and warmblood breeding for a long time.

Mary works full time as an equestrian coach and dressage rider, which she has done for over 35 years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts. Dip. Ed (University of Melbourne) and gives much of her time to the sport as an NCAS Level III Dressage instructor and A Level Judge.

Rob Hanna competed successfully as an eventing rider and was the Chef d’Equipe of the Australian Eventing team for the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. He was also the Chef d’Equipe for Dressage from 2000 to 2005 before taking up the same role for Eventing.

Mary is no stranger to the international stage having represented Australia at six Olympic Games, five World Equestrian Games and has been the Australian National Grand Prix Champion on seven occasions.

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Summer Olympic Games


2020 Tokyo with Calanta 
2016 Rio with Boogie Woogie 6 
2012 London with Sancette  
2004 Athens with Limbo 
2000 Sydney with Limbo 
1996 Atlanta with Mosaic 

Word Equestrian Games


2018 Tryon 
2014 Normandy 
2002 Jerez 
1998 Rome 
1994 The Hague 

Statene Park in the Macedon Ranges



Current Champions

Syriana (imp)

2006 WESTF Bay Mare
Sire: Sir Donnerhall  Dam: Bonnie (Sire of Dam Bormio xx)

Grand Prix mare purchased to become Mary Hanna’s second Grand Prix horse. “This beautiful, elegant GP mare is a joy to work with,” said Mary. “Each day we develop our partnership a little more.

”Syrianna and Mary have already formed an amazing partnership winning the winning the Kur in Deauville with a super score of 75.54%, as well as the Grand Prix the Day before.

Syrianna recently returned with Mary to Australia winning the Grand Prix and Special at the 2020 Boneo Classic with scores over 70%, she then went onto compete at 2020 Willinga Park CDI4* winning the Grand Prix Special and second to Calanta in the Grand Prix.