Danielle Goldstein, Trainer
Danielle Goldstein competes nationally and internationally at the Grand Prix level. Danielle declared her professional status in 2012 after 15 years of riding, training, and winning at the top of the show jumping sport as a successful amateur and junior competitor. She competed in her first Grand Prix at the age of 16. She won both Individual and Team Gold Medals in the North American Young Rider Championships.
In 2010, Danielle acquired her Israeli citizenship and began competing under the Israeli flag. Her goal is to become the first female Israeli show jumper to compete at the Olympic Games. In 2013 Danielle represented Israel in the European Championships and was became eligible to represent Israel in the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy. Also in 2013, Danielle served as the chef d’equipe for the Gold Medal winning Israeli Jumping Team in the Maccabiah Games.
Danielle is also the visionary behind Starwyn Farms and the International Equestrian Education program that is hosted at Starwyn Farms in conjunction with the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival.
Danielle’s Show Jumping Career Highlights
MULTIPLE TOP PLACE FINISHES
Outdoor Gelderland/Arnhem Grand Prix 3*, Holland
Maccabiah Games, Israel
ECCO FEI European Show Jumping Championships, Denmark
$10,000 Welcome Prix, Country Heir Horse Show
$30,000 Fendi Cup, Hampton Classic Horse Show
$50,000 Sussex County Grand Prix, Sussex County Horse Show
$25,000 Suncast 1.50m Classic, FTI Winter Equestrian Festival
$80,000 Horseware Ireland Grand Prix 2*, FTI Winter Equestrian Festival
2014 Adequan $280,000 Grand Prix CSI4* at FTI Winter Equestrian Festival
$10,000 WEF Welcome Stake pre-circuit
$50,000 Nespresso Battle of the Sexes
AMATEUR YEARS 2008-2012
Champion $10,000 Rost Memorial Welcome Jumper Stake Sussex County Horse Show & Fair
Champion $20,000 Bluegrass Classic Kentucky Spring Classic
Champion $15,000 High Amateur Classic, Winter Equestrian Festival
Winner of multiple Amateur Jumper classes at the Winter Equestrian Festival
Champion in the 1.40m division at the Spruce Meadows Continental Tournament