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About me.

Hello, my name is Laura Quint, I am 25 years old and have been active in equestrian sports since I was 13 years old. My breakthrough came in 2015, this with my horse Velázquez (by Krack C), and when we won a Silver medal for Teams at the 2015 European Junior Championships and in the same year also a bronze medal at the National Junior Championships.

At the end of 2015 I made my transition to the Young Riders, but had to take a brake in 2016, to complete my high school. 

After obtaining my diploma, pre-university certificate and a 3 month study orientation, I decided to follow my heart, and turned my passion and love for horses into my daily profession.

At the 2018 European Championships Young Riders I succeeded once again to win Team Silver and a Bronze medal at the Nationals. This time with my new prodigy Edison (v. Johnson).


In 2020 I made the switch to the Grand Prix U25 and I am doing my utmost best to get in the National Team, with the ultimate goal of also being allowed to participate in the European Championships in the U25.

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Nat. stages

EC Juniors

NC Juniors

EC Young Riders

NC Young Riders

Int. stages

  Most recent International results

  • European Championships YR (Fra): Silver Team Test (71.558%), 8th Individual Test (72.558%)  with Edison

  • CDI-Y Sint-Truiden (Bel): Winner Team Test (69.510%), 2nd Individual Test (70.343%) and 3rd Freestyle (72.058%) with Edison 

  • CDI-Y Nieuw and Sint Joosland: 5th Team Test (69.265%), 7th Individual Test (70.931%) with Edison

  • CDI-Y Le Mans (Fra): 2nd Team Test (71.500%), 3rd Individual Test (69.902%) with Edison

The Studio


After gaining my pre-University degree I decided to follow my heart and love, the Equestrian sport. Where, next to my personal ambition to realize the biggest possible achievements in the sports, I will train and accompany young and talented dressage riders.

In order to comply with the rules and regulations as issued by the Royal Dutch 

Equestrian Federation (KNHS) I had to follow another 18 month training and for which I graduated in 2018, on the 4th level as declined by the National Riders Education Platform (ORUN). 

As a KNHS acknowledged trainer I’m not only limited to riding techniques, but I’ll also be allowed to apply my knowledge about competition preparation, riding-fitness and horse wellbeing.

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