Catherine Haddad Staller


Haddad competes at the Grand Prix level both nationally and internationally throughout Europe and the United States. She currently resides in New Jersey and Florida after moving her training business from Germany in 2013 after being there for two decades. Haddad pursued a spot on the US Team and was named Reserve Rider for the USEF at the World Equestrian Games in 2006. She earned her German Gold Medal for Riding in the same year.

In 2007, Haddad placed 7th in the FEI World Cup with Maximus JSS. In 2009, she won ten national and international Grand Prix with her up and coming horses, Cadillac and Winymaro.
In 2010, Haddad was named Reserve Rider for the US Team with Winyamaro for the World Equstrian Games in Kentucky. The following spring, she placed 12th in the FEI World Cup with Winyamaro. In the fall of 2011, Haddad won two Grand Prix in the United States and earned her USDF Gold Medal in Dressage.
  • British Horse Society Assistant Instructor (BHSAI) from Moat House Equestrian Centre, 1985
  • Bachelor of Arts, graduation with Honors, Michigan State University and James Madison College, 1987.

Dressage Training:

  • 1989-1993, trained by Bodo Hangen.
  • 1993-1995, trained by Willi Schultheis.
  • 2003-2008, trained by Rudolf Zeilinger.
  • 2009-present, trained by Morten Thomsen.

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