Member of the Swedish National Team and and a licensed B-trainer and international GP-rider.
Mads is currently among the top GP riders in Sweden. He is one of the most popular trainers in Sweden and has a great talent for educational and inspiring clinics which are held all over Sweden.
Mads worked at Ridskolan Strömsholm for 8 years where he educated students at “Elitprogrammet “. He was also in charge of the training of the school horses. He is based at Segersta Equestrian since the start 2008. Mads is also a proud trainer of the Swedish Riding Police Force. Mads is part of the Swedish National Dressage Team.
Mads competes actively both national and international. Below you can view selected results from 2014 as well as planned competitions for 2015.
For full list of results, please view database at Svenska Ridsportförbundet >>>
Mads had an active year and competed both nationally and internationally with good results. Below are selected results.
Wins both Grand Prix and Grand Prix Dressage with Weihenstephaner
Second place in Grand Prix Freestyle with Weihenstaphaner, placed with Jimmy Choo and Swedish Team in Nations Cup.
Placed with Jimmy Choo in Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle.
Placed with Jimmy Choo in Grand Prix
Jimmy Choo was in fourth place (you are only alound to compete with one horse)
Placed with Weihenstephaner in two Grand Prix Specials, and Grand Prix Freestyle and Nations Cup. Jimmy Choo won his the first Grand Prix he ever started and he was third in the second Grand Prix, he was third in both Grand Prix Freestyles.
Being associated with Mads Hendeliowitz is valuable to companies interested in qualitative reach with their marketing. Running a successful equestrian club as well as actively competing both national and international makes Mads a visible and well known person within the industry.
Segersta Equestrian is strong in social media and its personal and relaxed style makes the club likable and easy to relate to.
HIGH PERFORMANCE IN COMPETITIONS
Mads has high goals and works hard to reach them. In 2014 he won both Grand Prix and Grand Prix Dressage at Helsinki Horse Show and came fourth in the Swedish Championships.
ACTIVE AND POPULAR CLUB
Segersta Equestrian is an active club and arrange competitions and events throughout the year. Every year Segersta is visited by around 5.000 people.