Jaimey Irwin is a successful Grand Prix dressage rider and Equestrian Canada High Performance 1 Coach. Irwin was born and raised in Ontario, Canada, where he began riding at the young age of six. Jaimey trained in Germany with Holger Muenstermann, Margit Otto-Crepin and Udo Lange before becoming Muenstermann’s head rider. Irwin’s show record holds a number of accolades from premier global competitions, such as the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Finals in Gothenburg, Sweden, Team Gold and Individual Silver at the Nations Cup in Wellington, Florida, and coached his wife Tina to multiple medals at two Pan American Games. He has trained various horse-and-rider combinations to the Grand Prix level, and coached many Juniors and Young Riders to medals at the North American Young Rider Championships. He is currently developing Simsalabim in the Grand Prix, owned by Kim Wynd and Mike Bengough.
Jaimey and his wife, Tina own and operate Team Irwin Dressage, in Stouffville, Ontario Canada. A high performance stable that offers training, lessons, clinics and sales.