Her love for horse-riding began in Austria, where Dorottya Borsó who was born in Budapest attended primary school and first sat on the back of a horse. In 1991 her parents founded the equestrian farm Epona in the Hungarian Pannonian steppe with a hotel and more than 400 horses. After that, in 2001, the family devoted their work to pure spanish horses. Borsó deepened her knowledge about this breed in several classes at the Real Escuela Andaluza del arte Equestre in Jerez de la Frontera.
Together with her familiy Borsó established the Epona Spanyol Lovasiskola in Hungary, the Spanish Riding School Hungary, where she and her sister Agnes work with 48 riders and 60 spanisch horses on performances such as the horse ballet “La Margarita“ or shows in the Castle of Budapest. Borsós aim is to preserve and spread the unique character of pure spanish horses and the corresponding riding culture.