Mette Rosencrantz

Mette Rosencrantz is a two-time member of the Swedish national dressage team and a five time US National Champion competitor who has brought several horses all the way up to international Grand Prix level.

Born in Sweden, Mette followed in her Olympic Gold Medalist grandfather's footsteps as she started riding and teaching at a very young age.

She was twice a member of the Swedish National dressage team and selected to ride in the Moscow Olympics. Since becoming a US citizen in 2000 Mette is as well a five-time National US Champion competitor. Most recently she won the US dressage final with De Noir, owned by Anne Solbraekke, in the open Intermediate 1. She's currently competing her two Grand Prix horses Cenna and Marron, among other FEI horses.

Mette received her teaching degree at Strömsholm; Sweden's prestigious school for riding instructors, were she eventually became the head instructor. In additin to her teaching degree, she also has a Master's university degree in physical/sport education.

Mette's teaching and riding skills are highly sought after and her expertise is in great demand across the country and abroad.

She regularly conducts Webinars on; she produces videos for, gives speeches, and writes articles and more.

Mette is based at the beautiful Mill Creek Equestrian Center in Topanga, California where she is running a Dressage training stable with horses and riders of all levels.

Mette has very high expectations or her own riding and horses, as well as for her Students and horses in training. Mette is a highly respected competitor, rider and trainer and is very concerned about the wellbeing of the horse to get the best result.