Sabine Schut-Kery, Professional Dressage Rider, Team USA 2020 Olympics Silver Medalist
Sabine Schut-Kery is most recently known for her silver medal in Team Dressage at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics aboard Sanceo. She is a top tier dressage rider and she owns a boutique dressage business located in Thousand Oaks, California. Besides competing internationally in dressage, Sabine also puts on extraordinary equestrian exhibitions. Sabine is originally from Krefeld, Germany, where she was classically trained under Jean Bemelmanns for three years before completing her official “Bereiter” exam with the Federation Nationale in Germany. In 1998, Sabine came to the United States to be the head trainer at Proud Meadows in Texas. While there, Sabine competed in dressage with young horses through Grand Prix and participated in exhibition riding. Aside from her silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Sabine’s other prestigious accomplishments include earning Team Gold in Dressage for the US at the Pan American Games in Toronto in 2015, representing the US at the Nations Cup, where USA won team gold and swept the podium in the Grand Prix Freestyle, in 2018, and she was recently awarded the Carol Lavelle Advanced Dressage Training Grant. Sabine’s training business prioritizes quality over quantity so that riders and their horses can thrive with her undivided attention. Her main focus is on horsemanship and developing a lasting partnership between horse and rider.