Villa Rosa Dressage is happy to welcome back Johann Hinnemann to Villa Rosa for a 5-DAYS of Training...
NEW DATES: December 14-18, 2020
For more information on riding or auditing please contact Heidi via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Johann is one of the most sought after trainers in the world. Students and clients come to him from all over the world. Some of his more notable current & former students include: Steffen Peters USA, Coby Van Baalen NED, Kathleen Raine USA, Marlies Van Baalen NED, Shelly Francis USA, Christine Traurig USA, Leone Brammel CAN, Heike Kemmer GER, Ulla Salzgaber GER and Judy Reynolds IRL to name a few. Over the years his students have earned an unmatched cache of International Medals in Senior, Young Rider, Junior and Pony Divisions.
. . . Career Highlights . . .
- 1970s Bereiter apprenticeship with Dr. Reiner Klimke in Muenster
- 1972 Purchased his grandfather's farm, Krusterhof, in Voerde, Germany
- 1975 Awarded Golden Reitabzeichen for accomplishments at Grand Prix
- 1980 Top results with Grand Prix horse - Genius
- 1981 - 1986 National Dressage Coach for Canada
- 1986 World Championships, Toronto, Canada - Team Gold & Individual Bronze Medals riding his Ideaal
- 1987 European Championships, Goodwood, England - Team Gold & Individual Bronze Medals riding his Ideaal
- 1993 - 1996 Honorary Coach of the German Olympic Committee for Cavalry DOKR
- 1996 Awarded the rare Reitmaster Award by German FN
- 1998 Awarded Dressage Trainer of the Year by IDC
- 1997 - 1998 Federal Republic of Germany National Dressage coach
- 1999 Opened North Rhine-Westphalian State Stud at Krusterhof, Voerde
- Authors of "The Simplicity of Dressage" alongside Coby VanBaalen
- 2003 -2004 Dressage Coach of the Senior Squad for The Netherlands, along with Sjef Janssen
- 1980 - CURRENT Trainer of numerous top International-Level Senior, Young Rider, Juniors and Pony competitors for Germany, The Netherlands and The United States.
- 2019 - PRESENT Director of High Performance Dressage - Team Ireland. Under Johann guiding eye, Team Ireland earned a team berth for the 2020 Olympics. This is the first time in history Ireland has earned the right to field a full Dressage Team.