My family

Jobst Krumhoff

My husband is member of a german insurance group’s extended board and is in charge for the department apprenticeship and in-service training. Whenever his limited time allows, he supports me particularly in terms of the competition management, wherefore I am deeply grateful to him. Unfortunately his own riding ambitions ended some time ago rather rough….



This had no detrimental effect on his interest for this sport. By the way we got to know each other in 2003 and we married in 2010 at Mauritius.

Hans Eberhard Schneider

My father Hans Eberhardt Schneider is a breeder of passion: among others the Trakehner elite-sire and Grand-prix-successful Van Deyk and the Olympia-jumper Procat are out of his bred. As certified farmer and Diplom-Agrar Engineer with more than 30 years experience in leading an agricultural business he behoves the accounting position at stud St. Stephan.

With much engagament and appropriate know-how he also takes care about our apprentice’s training – this is very helpful form me. Successful in the saddle himself up to Inter-I level and Grand Prix judge, he also leads clinics at stud St. Stephan and in neighbouring foreign countries.

Susanne Schneider

My mother Ursula-Susanne Schneider is as a master of housekeeping in charge for the catering and physical welfare at out stud St. Stephan. She is the good soul of our business and helps me a lot with organizing administrative tasks, as answering questions on the phone, ordering the feed, sending the sire's sperm etc.



During her all evening walk through the stable she likes to spoil the horses with carrots and apples – and of course with some pettings.



Dr. Theo Schneider

My brother Dr. Theo Schneider is, as my father, Diplom Agrar-Engineer. As publicly appointed and inaugurated expert he specialized in hippology. Hippotax embraces agricultural and animal breeding services in horse-breeding, handling and sports.




He has published comprehensive literature on this topic. You can catch up about expertise and references on his website