Anne van Olst
Anne was born in Alborg, in Denmark. Anne was active in show jumping from a young age. Several years later that changed when she decided to concentrate on dressage. Her first competition in the Grand Prix began in 1988 with her horse at that time, Le Fiere.
Great contribution to Danish team
Since 1988 Anne has been a member of the Danish Team 17 times and has represented Denmark at the Olympic Games 5 times. Anne was Danish National Champion 3 times. Such an extremely experienced international dressage rider with a fantastic track record and a wealth of experience at Grand Prix-level, still to this day, one cannot imagine the top without her.
London: 23rd with Clearwater
Rotterdam: 27th with Clearwater
Kentucky: 18th with Clearwater
Windsor: 21st with Clearwater
Hong Kong: team bronze with Clearwater
Sydney: team 4th en 29th individual with Any How
Arnhem: team bronze with Any How
Rome: 20th in the Grand Prix and 10th in the Special with Dempsey
Mondorf with Chronos
Danish champion with Chevalier
The Hague: Team 9th and 10th individual with Chevalier
Lipica: team 5th and 5th individual Chevalier
Barcelona: Team 5th and 10th individual with Chevalier
Donnauschingen with Chevalier
Stockholm with Le Fiere
Mondorf with Le Fiere
Seoul: Team 9th and 42nd individual with Le Fiere
Current competition horses
Anne is still regularly to be seen in the ring. Her current competition horses include Diego, Chippendale and Nespresso. The horses are given time to develop to Grand Prix-level. As well as riding, she also spends a lot of time training riders, including Charlotte Fry.