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Jennifer Schrader-Williams
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Jennifer Schrader-Williams
© Tayler Bicandi/US Equestrian

Hometown: Olympia, Wash.

Birthday: 5/25/1980

Sport/Disciplines: Dressage

Jennifer Schrader-Williams is a professional dressage trainer who operates Summervale Farm near Seattle, Wash. In 2010, she was awarded the $25,000 Anne Barlow Ramsay Grant to campaign an American-bred horse internationally, which she used to travel to and train in Germany with HS Wistar.

Schrader-Williams has had success in Grand Prix competition at the international level in recent years with the Danish Warmblood gelding, Millione. In 2019, the pair won the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special in the CDI3* at the 2019 Golden State Dressage Festival and the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle to Music at the CDI-W in Temecula, Calif. In 2020, they placed first in the Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Freestyle at the U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions to win the USEF Grand Prix Dressage National Championship.