A Czech junior dressage rider and a student at the EKO Grammar School in Brno, Eva Vavříková has been drawn to horses ever since she was a child. At the age of seven, the ultimate dream of every little girl came true for her – she got her first pony. In a little stable on the outskirts of Brno, Eva and her pony named Cody learned how to work together. Nevertheless, she outgrew the pony in 2015. Thus began her cooperation with her current trainer Ema Koupuletá. After purchasing a larger horse named Don Dimanche, Eva, 12 years old at the time, got her licence and started to actively compete both in the Czech Republic and in contests abroad. At their first Championship of the Czech Republic in 2015, they came in fourth. Then there came yet another horse – a KWPN mare named Belle Ennie. Eva and her new horse grew so close that they ranked first in a number of CDI competitions and took home many other strong results, and they qualified for the European Championship in Spain in 2016. There she became the only dressage rider in the Czech Republic so far to win a bronze medal. In September 2016, the duo ranked third in the FEI World Ranking. Eva's next achievements were a first place finish at the Championship of the Czech Republic, first place at the Czech Equestrian Masters both in the team and the single categories, award Rider of the Year award for Eva, and Horse of the Year for Belle Ennie. In October 2017, Eva and Belle Ennie came 29th in the FEI World Ranking. In the following period, Eva started working intensively with a Dutch trainer Remy Bastings and spent the winter in the Netherlands preparing for the new season. As the only national team member in her category, Eva scored over 70%, and she and 'Bellie' were continually achieving excellent results, again and again receiving high marks from judges. The season peaked with their first place finish at the Championship of the Czech Republic, the Rider of the Year award, and participation in the European Championship in the Netherlands. January 2018 saw this duo at the 15th place in the FEI World Ranking. In fall 2017, Eva got a new backup – a 6-year-old Oldenburg gelding called Siracusa bred by Paul Schockemöhle, who twice represented Hungary at the World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo. This is where Eva’s dad picked him for her. They grew close very quickly and began to compete together. This time, to gain some experience, the young Siracusa took part in the Championship of the Czech Republic and won all three rounds with high marks. Eva won the title Rider of the Year once again. In the summer 2018, Eva managed to establish cooperation with an Austrian trainer and Olympian Peter Gmoser. He was intensively preparing Eva and Siracusa in Austria for the upcoming season whilst Belle Ennie was undergoing a similarly intensive training in the Czech Republic under the leadership of Ema Kopulatá. In January 2019, Eva and her horses joined the CET as a dressage rider.