In the future, two times Olympic team winner Dorothee Schneider has to do without her Grand Prix horses Santiago and St. Emilion. 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding Santiago, owned by Alexander Stolzke, and Schneider won the 2015 Nürnberger Burgpokal final. Last year the pair’s only appearance on the international stage was the Prix St. Georges at the CDIO Aachen where they were placed second. They already competed at Grand Prix level at national events, but the Stedinger son now ill be sold.
The second horse who has left the yard in Framersheim is St. Emilion, 12-year-old Westphalian stallion by Sandro Hit/Ehrenwort. The horse was sold at the 2008 PSI auction for 550,000 Euro and is owned by Christina Ullrich. Currently the horse is in training with Isael Freese-Bache, an instructor at Paul Schockemöhle’s yard. In 2011 Schneider and St. Emilion won bronze at the World Young Horse Championships, one year later they were placed eighth in the final of the Nürnberger Burgpokal. In 2014 they had their Grand Prix debut. The last competition the pair attended took place in July 2016 in Überherrn.