Esperance came to Lövsta in June of 2016. He was seven years old and had qualified for the World Championships for seven-year-olds. He never got to show as Tinne was on her way to the Olympic Games in Rio during the same time.
In 2017, he competed internationally at the small tour in Florida with two wins and a second place. After that, Tinne and Esperance have concentrated on getting ready for the Grand Prix.
During the winter season 2018 he made four national starts in Wellington in Intermediaire II, with four wins and scores up to 78%.
Esperance has amazing ability for upper level dressage, he is athletic, balanced and impressively talented. He also has wonderful charisma.