Jeroen Dubbeldam

Vita

Jeroen Dubbeldam was born on 15 April 1973 in Zwolle in the Netherlands. He grew up in a family passionate about riding and he has followed in their footsteps.
It was clear from a young age that Jeroen had exceptional talent.
He competed in his first European Championship event at the age of 16 with his horse Black Diamond and won the team bronze medal.
The international rider Willi Melliger discovered his great talent and brought him to Switzerland. After some time he moved to Gerhard Etter where he then stayed for many years before returning, as an extremely experienced rider, to the Netherlands in 1993.
Jeroen celebrated his first individual success, still as a young rider, at the European Championship in 1994 where he won the gold medal with Killarney.
The purchase of his successful horse De Sjiem represented a milestone in his career. With De Sjiem there was no stopping him and within 2 years he was a successful and firmly established member of the Dutch team.

In 1998 he competed in his first World Equestrian Games in Rome. Many championships and brilliant Grand Prix performances followed.
At the summer Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000 he became individual showjumping Olympic winner with De Sjiem. Bidding farewell to his successful horse De Sjiem in 2005 did not mean the end of his career.
On the horse Up and Down he became Team World Champion with the Dutch national team at the World Equestrian Games in Aachen in 2006.
At the World Cup final in 2011 he won bronze and the World Equestrian Games in Caen in 2014 was also a very successful event for him - he won the title of Individual World Champion with the 10 year old Dutch gelding Zenith.

Special Achievements

  • 3rd place World Cup CSI5*-W Helsinki /FIN
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI5*-W Helsinki /FIN
  • 1st place World Cup CSI5*-W Oslo /NOR
  • 3rd place Nations Cup CSIO5* Calgary, Spruce Meadows /CAN
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI5* San Patrignano /ITA
  • 1st place Nations Cup CSIO5* St. Gallen /SUI
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI3* Bremen /GER
  • 1st place European Championship, Aachen / GER
  • 1st place CSI3* Grand Prix Neumünster /GER
  • 1st place CSIO5* Nations Cup Barcelona /SPA
  • 3rd place Grand Prix CSI4* Braunschweig /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix CSIO5* Falsterbo /SWE
  • 3rd place Nations Cup CSIO5* Falsterbo /SWE
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI2* Beijing /CHN
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI3* Arnhem /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSIO5* Rotterdam /NED
  • 1st place Nations Cup CSIO5* Aachen /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix CSIO5* Rome /ITA
  • 1st place Nations Cup CSIO5* Rome /ITA
  • 2nd place World Cup CSI5* Hertogenbosch /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI3* Bremen /GER
  • 1st place World Cup CSI5*-W Verona /ITA
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSIO5* Spruce Meadows /CAN
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI3* Nörten-Hardenberg /GER
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI2* Veendam-Zuidbroek /NED
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI2* Wierden /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI4* Münster /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix CSI3* Verden /GER
  • 3rd place Nations Cup CSIO5* Rotterdam /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI3* Balve /GER
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI4* De Steeg /NED
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI3* Eindhoven /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI3* Dortmund /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix CSI4* Braunschweig /GER
  • 3rd place Promising Stallion CSI2* Zwolle /NED
  • 1st place Grand Prix CSI3* Leeuwarden /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSIO5* Barcelona /ESP
  • 3rd place Grand Prix Mannheim /GER
  • 2nd place Grand Prix CSI5* Monte Carlo /MON
  • 3rd place Grand Prix CSI3* Pforzheim /GER
  • 2nd place Grand Prix La Coruna /ESP
  • 2nd place Grand Prix Barcelona /ESP
  • 2nd place Nations Cup Barcelona /ESP
  • 2nd place Nations Cup Dublin /IRL
  • 3rd place Grand Prix San Patrignano /ITA
  • 1st place Grand Prix Outdoor Gelderland /NED
  • 3rd place Grand Prix Eindhoven /NED
  • 1st place Nations Cup Barcelona /ESP
  • 2nd place Nations Cup Aachen /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix Maastricht /NED
  • 1st place Nations Cup Rome /ITA
  • 3rd place Mercedes German Master Stuttgart /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix Neuendorf /SUI
  • 2nd place Audi Championat Bremen /GER
  • 2nd place Nations Cup Rotterdam /NED
  • 3rd place Grand Prix's Hertogenbosch /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix Amsterdam /NED
  • 2nd place Grand Prix Stuttgart /GER
  • 1st place Grand Prix Aachen /GER
  • 3rd place Grand Prix Zürich /SUI
  • 2nd place Grand Prix Amsterdam /NED