Calanta (imp)

2007 KWPN Bay Warmblood Mare

Calanta is a sweet natured mare with a huge future. This lovely mare is a really good fit, with a great hind leg, super sweet nature and great attitude to work.

Calanta when she was only new to Grand Prix won at the Deauville CDI3* France with a great score of 72.02%. Calanta then won the 2018 World Cup League Final Freestyle with a huge personal best score of 75.365%, qualifying them for the World Cup League Final in Paris.

Now back in Australia Calanta is in her best form making history at the 2020 Willinga Park CDI4* with a score of 80/145% to win the Grand Prix Freestyle. At this two week event Calanta also won the Grand Prix and Freestyle twice and the Special during the second week.

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2020 Willinga Park CDI4* Photo: Stephen Mowbray

Syriana (imp)

2006 Bay WESTF 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. Exciting times ahead.”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.

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Ferrero D

2010 Brown KWPN Gelding
Sire: Tuschinski   Dam: Urmante (Jazz)

Recently Purchased from the Netherlands, Ferrero is in training at Patrik Kittel’s Stables. Ferrero recently competed with fellow Australian Rider David Mckinnon in the Inter II at Ankumer Dressage club to win with a super score of 70.965%.


Sancette (imp)

2001 Hanoverian Warmblood Grand Prix Gelding

Sancette was imported by Mary Hanna in 2010 and was purchased from Steffen Peters in the USA. Mary trained with Steffen for 7 months before bringing Sancette back to Australia.

Sancette has competed successfully both nationally and internationally representing Australia on numerous occasions including in the 2012 London Olympics, 2014 World Cup Final.  At the 2014 World Equestrian Games  he scored over 70% an Australian WEG Record for Dressage and Mary was the first rider for Australia to ever progress into the Special.

Sancette is now being ridden by Mary’s daughter Gitte Donvig.

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