Danish dressage rider Anna Kasprzak has retired her top horse from the sport. The 19-year-old Finnish gelding will receive an official retirement celebration at the World Cup event in Herning. The Donnerhall son came into the international dressage sport with Christoph Koschel, who competed him at the World Championship in Verden. In 2008 they made the jump to the Grand Prix and won team bronze at the 2010 World Championship in Lexington and team silver at the European Championships in Rotterdam. After that Donnperignon was sold to Anna Kasprzak from Denmark, who competed him at the Olympic Games in London in 2012, the EC 2013 in Herning, at the 2014 WEG in Caen, at the EC 2015 in Aachen and in 2016 at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. In 2017 they attended their last event, the EC in Gothenburg, where they won silver with the team.