Limited spots available for the highly anticipated return of Carsten Meyer.
Carsten Meyer received his riding degree as a Bereiter, FN from the German Federation in 1988. His apprenticeship in this training was done under Uve Wiechmann, Reitleher, FN, a trainer and licensed course designer. He then worked for Claus Erhorn, German Olympic Gold Medalist, for two years as an assistant trainer at Luhmuhlen, Germany. In that role, he successfully trained and competed horses throughout Europe.
Carsten immigrated to the US in 1990 and began work as an assistant trainer at Texover Farms in Houston, Texas. He trained there for 11⁄2 years primarily in dressage before taking a fully sponsored position with Golden Meadows Farm as a trainer and coach primarily in Eventing. During this time, Carsten trained and competed horses through Intermediate as well as coaching young riders through the two-star level. He moved to Camino Real in 1996 to design courses and Develop this international event on a full-time basis while apprenticing with Mark Phillips.
Then in 1999, Carsten moved to his own 80 acre, 25 stall training facility in Louisiana. He continued course designing for many Area V events and developed his dressage and eventing training program. He continues to train riders in dressage and eventing while specializing in Horse/rider communication. He is well known for working with difficult horses and transforming Them into their full potential as riding and competition horses.
Carsten returns to Germany frequently to work at international competitions and to assist riders in finding great horses. He now resides in Fort Worth, Texas where he continues to train horses and riders from beginner to four-star level in eventing and to grand prix in dressage.
Saturday will focus on flatwork and show jumping. Sunday will focus on cross-country
– Deposit $100
– Sat-Sun: $325 (Stabling included+ 1 bag of shavings)
Limited private Dressage lessons available on Friday for an additional $85. Please email us for more information.
Entries Open: Tuesday, January 17
Entries Close: Tuesday, February 7