Jennifer Schrader-Williams is an International Grand Prix rider and trainer developing the horse from youngster to Grand Prix. She has trained and ridden several horses to the Grand Prix level and is excited about the up and coming mounts. It takes a phenomenal team of individuals to support the effort of International competition. It is Jennifer’s dream to one day represent the USA at the the Olympic games or at the World Equestrian Games.
We would love to have you be a part of our team as we reach our dream. If you are looking to have a talented young horse campaigned to the upper levels, want to be a part of the process through the Young Horse Divisions or just want to participate in International Dressage please consider contacting Jennifer at email@example.com/or donating to the grant through the SCES that will directly benefit competition cost for International competition on Jennifer’s two top horses. We always welcome any product sponsorship as well. Every little bit helps and we so appreciate your consideration. We will promote your logo or banner at shows and clinics, put brochures out at horse show venues, add your logo to our website with link, give facebook recognition and tag in updates, send updates, and involve you in the process along the way. Come join us!
Jennifer has recently been accepted into the Southern California Equestrian Sports, INC (SCES) grant program. All contributions through SCES are tax deductable under IRS section 501C3. If you would like to learn more about the SCES please click HERE. To contribute please click HERE:
We would like to introduce you to Jennifer’s two top mounts. HS Wrevolution is a 12 year old Hungarian warmblood gelding bred by Charlene Summers. He is pictured above being ridden by Charlotte Dujardin in a symposium hosted by Scott Hayes Productions in 2015. He is an American bred gelding and just competed for the first time in 2017 at the Grand Prix level. We hope to move him up to the International Grand Prix level later this year. You can read more about Wrevolution on his page.
Jennifer also rode Wrevolution’s American bred father HS Wistar to the International Grand Prix level. In 2005 the pair were among the top 15 in the US competing at the Festival of Champions and finishing 5th overall in the Intermediare One championships. In 2006 they qualified and went to Gladstone, NJ again for the Brentina Cup I-2 championships where they finished 4th. Later in 2010, Jennifer and Wistar were awarded a $25,000 Anne Barlow Ramsay grant to train in Europe. You can read more be clicking about HS Wistar
Jennifer also rode HS Wistar’s grandmother and HS Wrevolution’s Great Grand Mother to International Grand Prix in 2005. Solo qualified in the top 3 of 15 for the Festival of Champions in 2005′s Grand Prix division. Read more about Phirst Solo
Jennifer’s second horse is Million, a 14 year old Danish warmblood gelding bred by Jurgen Olson. Millione is currently competing at the Intermediare One level with his first International start set for April of 2017. We hope to have him in the International arena at Intermediare for a season and then make the jump to Grand Prix early next year. Read more about Million.
To read more about Jennifer’s career highlight’s please take a look here.
Over the next few weeks we are excited to showcase some of the lovely up and coming youngster’s that are apart of Jennifer’s program and future. Stay Tuned!
Here at Summervale Premier Dressage we have an outstanding support team of individuals and products that keep our horses at their best.
Assistant Trainer, Belynda Moore
Jennifer’s Mentor and coach – Christophe Theallet
Seth Nobble, Farrier – Noble Horse Farriers, LLC
Chiropractor – Dr Julie Page and Dr Dale Pierson