Dirk Schrade

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Three-day eventing champion Dirk Schrade achieved his major goal for 2012 by competing in the Olympic Games in London. Riding for Germany, Dirk’s team won the gold medal.

 The same year, Dirk had high placings in other major international competitions, including the CIC *** in Malmö and the Burghley CCI ****. He also competed at the CICO *** Aachen, where he was nominated for the Olympics.

Aboard his mount, King Artus, Dirk sailed through the challenging Olympic cross country course at Greenwich Park. "Jumping the fences was no problem for my horse," said Dirk, although King Artus lost a shoe on course. The pair went on to a clean show jumping round the next day.

In addition to his competition calendar, Dirk is a sought-after trainer and coach. One of his students, Japanese eventer Yoshiaki Oiwa, achieved the top score in the dressage phase in London. Dirk also promotes and develops young horses, some of which debuted in 2012 in three-star events.



Biography at fei.org :