San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Jeremy Steinberg made his first appearance at a national venue in 1996 at the USDF Young Rider Championship where he earned Individual Gold and helped to win the Team Silver for Region 6. Since then, he has gained much attention in regional and national dressage press as "one to watch" among world class US competitors. He has been featured by numerous magazines over the years.
For more than a dozen years, Jeremy trained with the late Dietrich von Hopffgarten. Jeremy also rode at the Gestut Vorwerk in Germany, training with Martina and Ralf Hannover, long time pupils of the late Herbert Rehbein. Jeremy now trains annually with Guenter Seidel and USET Coach Klaus Balkenhol, along with Debbie McDonald whenever the opportunity arises.
Jeremy operated his business, Steinberg Dressage Training, in Southern California and Colorado before returning to his home area of Seattle in Spring, 2002. In 2004 Jeremy took a 6 month break from his own business to run Robert Dover's training business in Wellington, Florida while the Olympian was busy traveling and competing as a member of the United States Dressage Team.
Jeremy trains and instructs at Traumhof in Carnation, WA (www.ldf-farms.com). Jeremy teaches daily lessons to riders of all levels, as well as riding up to ten horses per day, training and showing horses from Training Level through Grand Prix. Horses Jeremy has trained up through the Grand Prix level include Sinbad, Hawkesbury, Valiant Prince, Axyonx, Hallmark, Grand Glissando, Eloge II, Parocco, Frisco and most recently Elisienne.
Jeremy enjoys teaching, emphasizing an environment conducive to learning classical dressage and good horsemanship. His goal is for students to understand the basic philosophies of dressage, enabling them to work successfully with their own horses. Jeremy has become a much sought after clinician in the United States and Canada.
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Georgia Dressage & Combined Training Association
The Georgia Dressage & Combined Training Association (GDCTA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting the equestrian sports of dressage and combined training (eventing). Run entirely by volunteers, the association and its members regularly organize and sponsor various activities designed to heighten its members' and the general public's knowledge of and appreciation for dressage and combined training.