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Dieter Weichert

300 placings in advanced (S) level dressage and a good number of horses that were trained up to Grand Prix: Dieter Weichert has an enormous wealth of experience and places great value on schooling the horses calmly and accurately in accordance with FN guidelines. Dieter Weichert, who was awarded the FN gold pin for equitation, grew up in southern Germany and began riding when he was  14. Brushing a horse – being allowed to cool the horse down after a workout. That's how it all started. At the age of  16 he entered his first dressage and show jumping tests and since then has collected around 300 advanced (S) level ribbons with 118 different horses. 

Because it was the sensible thing to do, Dieter Weichert finished his education as a precision machine electrician. But his passion for horses was stronger and when he finished his apprenticeship he started another with Werner Schwenk on Lake Constance to be come an accredited master of equitation. After conclusion he found a job with Karin Hahn in Darmstadt who was a member of the "A" team at that time. There he had the good fortune of being trained by the former national dressage trainer, Harry Boldt – two-time team Olympic Game winner and silver medal winner. In his further path of life he went into business for himself. He worked in Freiburg for four years and in just a short time earned the FN gold pin for riding. After four  further years in Schuttrwalt in Baden-Württemberg  – the venue of the State Championships and German Championships – Dieter Weichert headed north – and stayed there. He worked for 16 years as the chief trainer in Heinrich Ramsbrock's stables. In the spring of  2010 he found a new home at Ansgar Holtgers' former facility located in Löningen-Schelmkappe. Together with his daughter Caroline, his son Jan-Philipp, who is successful in advanced (S) level show jumping, and his wife Christiane, he persues his passion: Schooling, presentation at shows and the sale of talented dressage horses. 

By the way: Dieter Weichert's first horse, which he broke in and trained until they both won at Grand Prix level, was a cross between Trakehner and coldblood. "Lenz" was the name of this Logiker son with whom he successfully competed at the German Championships. To satisfy his passion for breeding, Dieter Weichert maintains two of his own mares. Both are out of his line founding mare, Laretta, who is by the Bolero son Bordeaux II out of a Lachs dam. Larette produced a licensed, advanced (S) level dressage winner and former auction horse named Royal Empire by Rubin Royal. Weichert now breeds with Laretta's daughter, Lady Fine by Fürst Heinrich. She had the best scores of all mares of her year at the broodmare performance test and competed in the Brillantring at the Oldenburg Elite Broodmare Show. In 2011 she will give birth to a foal by Weltmeyer. Her half-sister Laura by the  Grand Prix stallion Al Martino is in foal by Levisson. Laretta is retired and will spend the rest of her days with the Weichert family.

The list of successful horses that were trained by Dieter Weichert is long. Among these are the stallion Charles, with whom he placed fourth in the German Championships for professional riders, the advanced (S) level winning stallion Kettners Ehrenwort and Domingo, with whom Dieter Weichert became Vice Bundeschampion, directly behind Isabell Werth's Fabienne.

Dieter Weichert qualified the breeding stallion Rubin Royal twice for the Bundeschampionat and for the Nürnberg Burgpokal. He trained this strong moving Rohdiamant son bred and owned by Harli Seifert up to Grand Prix. This Oldenburg stallion confirmed his good training by winning ribbons in international Grand Prix a short time later under Hendrik Lochthowe.
The Warkant son Wachhorst was also trained by Dieter Weichert and also qualified for the  Nürnberg Burgpokal. After Wachhorst was sold, he was nominated for the European Championships for young riders.  

Dieter Weichert knew the 2010 winner in the Grand Prix Special class at the World Dressage Masters CDI in Falsterbo, the Alabaster son Amüsant, right from the beginning – he trained the conspicuous chestnut gelding up to Grand Prix. With Jonny Hilberath in the saddle, no one had a chance against Amüsant in Falsterbo.

World of Dreams is another name connected to Dieter Weichert. He won Grand Prix classes with this World Cup I son before he continued his career with Charlott-Maria Schürmann. The zenith of his career so far: Individual and team European Champion at the European Championships for Juniors in 2010.


The list could be easily continued – and maybe your horse will be on it someday.