You can't do without horses!
Behind the scenes with dressage star Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier
Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier’s passion for horses and equestrian sport is, in a way, genetically inherited. Her mother, aunt and grandfather were all highly successful in the saddle. At the tender age of 24, the dressage rider herself made a big splash when she won team gold at the European Championships in 2013 on D’Agostino. A year later, she won team gold at the World Championships. After a long dry spell, Fabienne made an impressive comeback to the elite with two individual victories at the CHIO Aachen 2021.
We have now visited the horse lover in her home town of Paderborn and taken a look behind the scenes. How does she live and train with her four-legged partners? In this new episode of the CHIO Aachen Magazine digital you will find the answer!
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