Mette Rosencrantz is a highly respected and experienced FEI dressage trainer and competitor who has brought several horses and riders all the way up to International Grand Prix level.
Mette started her career at a very young age and has since then been very successful.
Born in Sweden, Mette was for many years a member of the Swedish Dressage Team before moving to the US and becoming a US citizen.
Mette has competed at many big international shows with victories both in the US, Europe and Australia.
She is a seven-time US National Championship competitor, she has won the US Dressage Final in Kentucky, NY, and one of many other highlights in her career is when she won the Invitational Grand Prix during the FEI World Cup Final in Las Vegas.
In 2017, Mette was selected to represent the United States and competed twice as a member of the American Team in the FEI Nations Cup, in Denmark and Sweden.
Mette is as respected as a trainer as she is in the show ring. In 2010 Mette was selected as the Team official for the Malaysian Team at the Asian Games in China.
In addition to her teaching degree, she has a Master’s degree in physical/sport education from Stockholm University.
She was one of the first ones to observe the health and physic for riders with her book “Stretching for riders”.
Mette has both produced her own series of educational riding videos and been part of other dressage training videos online. Over the years Mette has also authored numerous articles in different Equestrian Magazines.
Mette recently made a move to Arroyo Del Mar in San Diego from Los Angeles, CA, where she has been running a very successful business for the last 30 years. Arroyo Del Mar is a beautiful top class facility where she is able to focus on her own riding and training as well as teaching students on all levels.
Mette is also a very popular clinician and has taught a lot of clinics throughout the US over the years as well as being the presenters of Expos in both US and Canada.
The key to Mette’s success is her strong passion and love for the horses, her dedication to the sport and her hard work throughout the years.
This is just a tiny bit of everything she has accomplished, the list can go on forever!