Jeremy Steinberg Quits as US Youth Dressage Coach
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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, June 17, 2014–Jeremy Steinberg has quit as the United States Youth Dressage coach, the first person to hold the post to whch he was appointed in August, 2010.
Jeremy, 38, recently moved back to Southern California from the Seattle area and the U.S. Equestrian Federation said in a news release Monday that he wanted to focus on riding and training himself.
“It has been an absolute pleasure working with everyone over the last three years and I will miss working with the youth of the U.S. more than words can express,” he said. “I would like to be spending more time at home riding and training myself and continue to push to one day make a U.S. team myself.”
In addition to his role as USEF Youth Dressage Coach at major championships and competitions, Jeremy worked with the USEF Dressage Committee overseeing and assisting with development of the youth dressage programs.
A replacement will be sought to join the lineup of Robert Dover as the U.S. Technical Adisor and chef d’equipe, Debbie McDonald as developing coach and Scott Hassler as young horse coach.