Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum
GER

Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum

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Longines Rankings
258th

Meredith MICHAELS - BEERBAUM is a German athlete and competes in Jumping.

Age49
Competing forGermany - GER
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Statistics

Jumping

Number of starts: 1292
Number of wins: 30
Only the results from 01 January 2010 included
Year2016
Individual Rank 35
Team Rank
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2009 Studbook: WESTF Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2008 Studbook: KWPN Sex: Mare
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2011 Studbook: Sex: Mare
Date Show Event Competition Obs. Height Horse Position Score
11/11/2018 Samorin CSI4* Accumulator 145 La Caramba 19
11/11/2018 Samorin CSI2* Grand Prix Table A 145 Daisy 32
11/11/2018 Samorin CSI4* Grand Prix Table A 160 Calle 67 14
Ranking/Standing Horse Rank Points
Pan-American Rankings 80 1410
Longines Rankings 258 728
Combination in Jumping Daisy 407 390
Biography
General Interest
Nicknames Mare (horseandcountrytv, 14 Nov 2011)
Hobbies Music, deep sea diving, sailing, water sports. (michaels-beerbaum.de, 25 Mar 2018; Facebook page, 14 Mar 2016)
Hero / Idol US rider Joe Fargis. (horseandcountrytv, 14 Nov 2011)
Injuries In February 2017 she suffered two broken ribs after a fall from her horse Comanche at the 2017 World Cup event in Wellington, FL, United States of America. (noellefloyd.com, 06 Feb 2017)

In June 2015 she broke her collarbone in a fall while training a horse at home. She underwent surgery and returned to competition the following month, wearing a special vest. (eqwo.net, 17 Aug 2015; fei.org, 09 Jul 2015; chronofhorse.com, 03 Jun 2015)

In August 2013 she sustained a spinal compression during the Dublin Grand Prix in Ireland and was forced to withdraw from the 2013 European Championships in Herning, Denmark. (pferd-aktuell.de, 16 Aug 2013)

She had a fall from her horse Savoir during the 2005 Spruce Meadows Tournament in Calgary, AB, Canada. She was diagnosed with concussion but did not have to stay in hospital. (pferde-gestuet.de, 09 Sep 2005)

She was unable to compete for four months after breaking her leg in a fall while competing in Hamburg, Germany. (equestrian.com, 29 Jan 2004)

Medals description

Olympic Games
Gold medal - First place Gold medal - First place
Silver medal - Second place Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked Ranked
FEI World Equestrian Games™
Gold medal - First Place
Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked