Anna-Sophie Fiebelkorn was born in 1982 in Überlingen, a city located on the northern shore of Lake Constance [Bodensee] but grew up in Schleswig Holstein, the northern part of Germany between two seas. She discovered her interest in horses at an early age and by the time she was six years old, she was well acquainted with a saddle. In those days she was mainly interested in stadium jumping. She received her training to become a fully qualified trainer at the “Reit- und Fahrschule Verden” under the direction of Joachim Weist and Marco List. Because of her good grades in her final exam she was awarded the Steensbeck plaque and received a scholarship to train with Jürgen Koschel in Hamburg.

In 2006 Anna earned a master’s degree with distinction and was one of the youngest horsewomen with an accredited master of equitation in Germany. For many years she worked for the Hanoverian Verband as an auction rider where she gained further experience and presented many of the top priced horses at the auctions in Verden. Anna has now run her FN recognized training facility in Bartelsdorf since 2006.

Anna is trained by Hans-Heinrich Meyer zu Strohen and Heike Kemmer.

Some of the horses she has presented and her achievements:

- Bundeschampion 2007 “Benetton Dream”
- 2008 Vice World Champion of young dressage horses “Imperio”
- 2008 Bundeschampion “Imperio”
- 3rd place in the 2009 World Championships for young dressage horses with “Imperio”
- 2011 Bundeschampion “Benicio”
- Several horses that have qualified for the Bundeschampionats
- Numerous first and other placings in tests for young riding horses,
  e.g. Sonnenkönig, Imperio, Laynes und Bequia
- First and other placings in dressage up to advanced level