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NameMarten Frehe-Siermann
DisciplineShow Jumping

Degree in Sports Science, victories up to the CSI5* class



Town49497 Mettingen
Willingness to travelWorldwide, At the trainer´s facility
LanguagesFrench, English, German



2004 – 2010:

German Sport University in Cologne

Degree in Sports Science with Sport Management as a major subject
Since 2007:

Project Manager at En Garde Marketing

Responsible, among other things, for the Kuala Lumpur Grand Prix, the CSIO5* Abu Dhabi and the FEI World Cup China League
Since 2011:Acquisition of parents’ breeding business in Mettingen, Germany, with approx. 50 horses
Since 2012:Assistant Trainer for customers and at Ludger Beerbaum Stables



Successes and References


1998:German Pony Riding Runner Up
Victory at Nations’ Cup, Verona/Italy
2007:Westphalian Runner Up
Successful participation at the German Championship for Young Horses in Warendorf and the FEI World Breeding Championships/Lanaken
2012:13th place at CSI5* Hamburg/Derby
High placings at CSI-W5* Leipzig, CSI4* Munich and Paderborn, CSI2* Gera and Lummen
Until present:Other international top placings and victories up to the CSI5* class



Successful pupils


Trains since 2012 at Ludger Beerbaum Stables, amongst the pupils are:

  • Oliver Lazarus/Republic South Africa (WEG Participant, 1.60 m rider and winner)
  • Mei Mei Zhu/China, Chinese Champion
  • Tadahiro Hayashi/Japan (1.55 m)
  • Christian Kukuk/Germany (1.55 m)

Summer Training with Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club/United Arab Emirates with students up to CSI* 1.45m


Further successful pupils:

  • Rai Burch/Bermuda (CSI3* 1.50 m)
  • Cornelius Dührkopp/Germany (1.40 m)
  • David Behrens/ Germany (1.40 m)
  • Laura v. Stein/ Germany (1.40 m)
  • Miriam Wieland/ Germany (1.40 m)
  • Yunbo Chen/China (1.30 m)
  • Lisa Balensiefer/ Germany (1.30 m)
  • Nina Heckmann/ Germany (1.25 m)
  • Christina Klein/ Germany (1.25 m)
  • Jil Abrams/ Germany (1.25 m)
  • Khaleb Tota/Bermuda (1.20 m)
  • Faisal Al Bakhail/ Saudi-Arabia (1.20 m)
  • Charmaine Fu/Hong Kong (1.00 m)
  • Florence Fu/Hong Kong (1.00 m)




I aim to help riders and horses achieve great performances and enjoy equestrian sport by means of intensive training while always observing the wellbeing of the horse.