Heike Kemmer

Heike Kemmer ( born April 24, 1962 in Berlin ) is a German dressage rider.

Heike Kemmer has a degree in Business Administration. In 1983 she won with "God Mountain" the runner-up title at the German Junior Championships. In the same year she won at the Junior European Championships in Munich -Riem to " Lotus " the title in singles and won with the German team. In 1985, she was the first to win a Grand Prix in the elite area with her horse "Lotus" and was appointed to the A- squad of the national team of Germany. In 1984 she won the silver medal at the German championships. Through her ​​studies in Business Administration and her family founded riding ran into the next few years in the background. In the early 1990s she moved from Berlin to Walle. The 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona she missed due to the strong German competition.

In the absolute world top she moved before the end of the 1990s. With " Albano " she won a silver medal at the German Championships in 2000. So she moved again in the German A-team and was nominated for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney as a replacement rider. 2001 was added a bronze medal at the national championships. With Isabell Werth, Nadine Capellmann and Ulla Salzgeber Kemmer won on " Albano 7" at the European Championships, the team gold medal in Verden. In 2003 Hickstead and 2005 in Hagen, she was now with " Bonaparte ," a member of the victorious German Championship team. 2005 and 2006 Heike Kemmer German champion was in dressage. At the Olympic Games in 2004, she was on " Bonaparte " Olympic gold medalist with the team. She repeated this success in 2008 with Nadine Capellmann and Isabell Werth, at the same time she won the third place in the individual ranking her first Olympic individual medal.


  • Feleciano (* 1995), brown stallion Westphalia, Father: Florestan I, Mother Father: Barbados
  • Bonaparte 67 (* 1993), Hanoverian chestnut gelding, Sire: Bon Bonaparte, mother father, Consul, retired from the sport in 2011
  • Albano 7 (* 1987), brown Oldenburg gelding, Sire: Argentinus, mother father cornerstone I, retired from the sport
  • Lotus (* 1973), Hanoverian chestnut, father, pilot, retired from the sport