Amanda Svanberg


Biography

Born: 1997

Horses: Quite Swift (by Quite Easy- Swift), Strassie 42 (by Quite Easy- Hill’s Double xx), Fantasy World (by Future- Ehrentusch)

Results: Competed Internationally as a junior rider. A place in the finals at the Swedish Championship for junior riders in 2014 and won a silver medal at the Swedish Championship for junior riders in 2015. She was also selected for the European Championship for junior riders in 2015. Previously as a pony rider she has won 5 individual medals att the Swedish Championship, 6 team gold medals at the Swedish Championship, 4 Nordic Championship team medals as well as in individual silver medal in 2013 and competed at 3 European Championships with three different ponies. She has won the Falsterbo pony kür and the Stockholm International Horse Show pony kür.

Goal: To keep on developing and get more tools and experience to ride different horses. A goal in the future is to compete Grand Prix and a dream is to compete at the Olympics.

Driving forse: The will to always improve and the love for the horses.

Strength and weakness: My strenght is that I can keep calm and I am very strong mentally. I am focused and ambitious and work towards by goals in a very careful and focused way. The carefulness can also become my weakness.

Trains for: Johanna Aspnäs and my mother Anette Svanberg

Me and Knytkalaset

What the Nursery gives to me: The Nursery gives me an opportunity to develop as a rider. Both through the training itself but also by getting the opportunity to follow the development of other good riders, thereby getting more tools on how to solve different situations.

What I give to the Nursery: A rider that is training in a very dedicated way.

Competition results

Amanda was very succesful alreay when riding ponies, where she won 5 individual Swedish Championship medals and 6 team gold medals, 4 Nordic Championship medals with the team as well as an individual silver medal in 2013. Furthermore, she has competed at 3 European Championships with three different ponies, she has won the Falsterbo pony kür as well as the Stockholm International Horse Show pony kür. Amanda has now also competed internationally as a junior rider. She was in the final at the Swedish Championship for junior riders in 2014, won a silver medal at the Swedish Championship for junior riders in 2015 and was selected for the European Championship for junior riders in 2015.

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