Jessica von Bredow-Werndl ist mehrfache Deutsche Meisterin, Europa Meisterin, Mannschaftseuropa- und -weltmeisterin, Olympia-Siegerin im Einzel und mit der deutschen Mannschaft von Tokio 2021.  Sie gilt als eine der besten Dressurreiterinnen ihrer Generation.


Jessica von Bredow-Werndl is a multiple German Champion, European and World Team Champion, Olympic Champion in the individual and with the German team of Tokyo 2021. She is considered one of the best dressage riders of her generation.

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl

With the support of my family and especially my brother Benjamin, we train horses and firmly believe in building partnerships with our horses based on mutual trust and love. It is only possible to encourage and showcase their natural athletic ability and willingness to perform with a contented horse.

I always keep myself and the horses fit because I know that the horses can only develop their full potential if the rider is also in the best possible physical condition. 


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About Jessica

“My life is a journey”

It’s hard to believe, but I had my first riding lesson when I was four. My brother Benjamin was six at the time and that really made me want to ride. We must have caught a very serious case of horse fever because to this day we would still rather be in the stables than anywhere else.

My parents gave me my first horse when I was seven. „Little Girl“ was a Lewitzer pony and one thousand times more interesting than all the Barbies in the world. Benni and I have Paul Elzenbaumer to thank for the beginning basics of riding. From 1995 to 2007, Stephan Münch led us on the way from E level to Grand Prix. These eleven years were unbelievably rich with learning, so much fun and always exciting.

A German riding pony, “Nino the Champ” became an important four-legged Partner for me. With Nino, I started to discover the world of Dressage. He lived up to his name. In 1998 and 1999 we qualified for the finals at the German “Bundeschampionat” in Warendorf. That was the first time I felt what it meant to ride in a big championship and it made me want more…

After I transitioned to riding big horses, when I was 15, I qualified for the top three straightaway with Nokturn at the “Preis der Besten” in Warendorf. Then I was so nervous at the second qualification for the European Championships, that I promptly rode the wrong way twice. In the twelfth (and last place), I obviously didn’t get the nomination for the Europeans. At that time I realized how important it is to have good nerves. Since then, mental training, breathing and concentration practice have been a regular part of my schedule.

In 2002, just one year later, my dream to go the Europeans came true. By 2005 Bonito and Duchess helped me to earn six gold and two silver medals at the European Championships. During that time, we also managed to win three German national titles.

In 2006, Duchess and I worked our way up into the Grand Prix level. My brother Benni had his first Grand Prix experience with Duke and Sam.

It was our goal to establish ourselves in the Grand Prix level with young horses that we had trained ourselves… A very long journey. We were very lucky that Isabell Werth worked with us for five years and gave us essential tips along the way. Isabell , the most successful dressage rider ever, also brought us together with Jonny Hilberath. My brother and I have been working with him since 2011. We’ve also had the advantage of ongoing training sessions with Andreas Hausberger, one of the head riders of the Spanish riding school in Vienna. Motivating young horses and supporting them in their development brings me a lot of joy. It’s even nicer when the horses give something back and we find success together.

In 2012, Unee, a handsome black stallion, owned by Beatrice Bürchler-Keller, came into my life. Weve become a team and have developed a lot since our first successes in regional tournaments. In the meantime we made our way into the International scene and have begun to be noticed. It feels like there is still always room for improvement, and I am excited to see how far we can push ourselves.

The most amazing part of it all, is that I am able to do, everyday, what I love the most: to live with horses, to learn from them and to have fun together.


  • 1. Platz TOP TEN Finale in Stockholm (SWE) mit Dalera
  • Einzel-Europa Meisterin GP Spezial und GP Kür in Riesenbeck (GER) mit Dalera
  • Dressur Champion CHIO Aachen mit Dalera
  • 1. Platz Weltcup Omaha (USA) mit Dalera
  • Gesamt Weltcup Siegerin in Leipzig (GER) Dalera
  • 1. Platz TOP TEN Finale in Stockholm (SWE) Dalera
  • 1. Platz Weltcup Neumünster  (GER) Dalera
  • 1. Platz Weltcup S’Hertogenbosch (NLD) Dalera
  • 1. Platz Weltcup Lyon (FRA) Dalera
  • Olympic team and individual Champion in Tokyo (JPN) Dalera
  • Team and Individual European Champion GP Special and GP Freestyle in Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • German Champion GP Special and GP Freestyle in Balve (GER) Dalera
  • 1st World Cup Salzburg (AUT) Dalera
  • 1st GP and GP freestyle Doha (QA) Zaire
  • 1st GP Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • 2nd GP Special Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • 2nd GP and GP Special Mannheim (GER) Zaire
  • German Champion in Balve (GER) Dalera
  • 1st World Cup Neumünster (GER) Dalera
  • 1st World Cup Máriakálnok (HUN) Zaire
  • 1st GP and GP Special Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • 1st GP and GP Special Donaueschingen (GER) Dalera
  • 2nd GP and GP Special Hagen (GER) Zaire
  • 3rd World Cup Aarhus (DNK) Zaire
  • 1st World Cup Salzburg (AUT) Dalera
  • 1st GP and GP freestyle Doha (QA) Zaire
  • 1st GP Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • 2nd GP Special Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • 2nd GP and GP Special Mannheim (GER) Zaire
  • 2nd World Cup Budapest (HUN) Zaire
  • 2nd GP Dortmund (GER) Zaire
  • 2nd GP Special Hagen (GER) Dalera
  • 3rd GP (GER) Dalera
  • 1st GP freestyle Munich (GER) Dalera
  • 3rd GP Munich (GER) Dalera
  • 1st Nations Cup CHIO Aachen (GER) Dalera
  • 3rd GP Special CHIO Aachen (GER) Zaire
  • European Champion Team in Rotterdam (NED) Dalera
  • 3rd Individual at the European Championship in Rotterdam (NED) Dalera
  • 3rd GP Special German Championship Balve (GER) Dalera
1st World Cup Stuttgart (GER) Dalera
  • 3rd GP Stockholm (SWE) Zaire


  • 2nd World Cup Amsterdam (NL) Unee
  • 1st GP and GP Special Vienna (AUT) Dalera
  • Qualified for the World Cup Finals with Unee and Zaire
  • 3rd World Cup Final Paris (FRA) Unee
  • 2nd GP Hagen (GER) Zaire
  • 1st GP Special München (GER) Dalera
  • 1st GP freestyle Wiesbaden (GER) Unee
  • 3rd GP freestyle German Championships Balve (GER) Dalera
  • 1st Nations Cup CHIO Aachen (GER) Dalera
  • 2nd GP Special I-Tour CHIO Aachen (GER) Zaire
  • 2nd GP Donaueschingen (GER) Zaire
  • Qualified for the Lousidor Final with Ferdinand
  • Winner of the team gold medal at the WEG 2018 Tryon (USA) Dalera


  • 3rd World Cup Gothenburg (SWE) Unee
  • 2nd GP Dortmund (GER) Zaire
  • 3rd World Cup S´Hertogenbosch (NED) Zaire
  • Qualified for the World Cup Final in Omaha with Unee
  • 1st GP Special Donaueschingen (GER) Unee
  • 1st GP and GP Special Oldenburg (GER) Unee
  • 2nd World Cup Salzburg (AUT)
  • 1st GP and GP Special Frankfurt (GER) Zaire


  • 2nd World Cup Amsterdam (NL) Unee
  • 2nd World Cup Neumünster (GER) Unee
  • 2nd GP CDI Doha (QA) Zaire
  • 3rd World Cup Finals Gothenborg (SWE) Unee
  • 2nd GP CDI Aachen (GER) Unee
  • 2nd GP and GP Special CDI Fritzens (AUT) Zaire
  • 3rd World Cup Lyon (FRA) Zaire
  • 3rd World Cup Salzburg (AUT) Unee

2006 – 2015

  • 3rd European Championships Aachen Team and 7th Individual (Unee)
  • 3rd World Cup Final Las Vegas (Unee)
  • Berufung in den A-Kader mit Unee
  • 3 bronze medals at the German Championships (Unee)
  • Alternate rider for the WEG 2014 Caen (Unee)
  • Qualified for the Louisdor Final with Waterkant, Redford, and Zaire
  • Qualified for the “Bundeschampionat” (Redford, Landliebe, Renommée, Waterkant & Royal Spirit)
  • Finalist at the World Championchips for YH (Redford)
  • Burgpokal-Final (Renommee)
  • 1st at the final of “Stars von Morgen” (Unee)
  • Longlisted for the European Championchips with Unee
  • First worldcup placings and wins

2002 – 2005

  • 6 Goldmedals at European Championships Jun/YR Individual & Team
  • 3 time German Champion Jun/YR

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