Richard Mille, a Swiss watchmaker, is pleased to welcome the talented German costume rider Jessica von Bredow-Werndl as one of the brand’s women’s sports partners. Like Diana Luna and Cristie Kerr, she will wear a RM 007 titanium watch. This year, Jessica won three runner-ups in Amsterdam, Neumunster and Doha, and finished second in Stockholm.
She always rides her trained horses to compete. For Jessica, equestrian is an emotional sustenance. ‘Equestrian is a very emotional sport. In the long-term cooperation process, the rider will establish a special bond with the horse race. I’m a very passionate rider. ‘The love of horse racing forms the cornerstone of Jessica’s talent, which combined with hard work has allowed her to train her horses to the highest level.
Born in 1986, Jessica began to dress up in the late 1990s, and was qualified to participate in the Federal Championships in Wallendorf in 1998 and 1999. At only 15 years old, she began to master the code for managing equestrian events and the stress that ensued. Jessica believes in the importance of training, not only for horses, but also for herself. In addition to hiking and running, Jessica regularly practices yoga and gymnastics, all of which are vital to her physical and mental state. She is passionate, strict with herself, and constantly hone her talents. When she was just 19 years old, Jessica had won six gold and two silver medals in the European Youth Championship, and in addition she won three national championships in Germany.
The characteristics of determination, tenacity and enthusiasm make Jessica von Bredow-Werndl a special new partner. A few months ago, the first German Chadmere in Germany officially opened in Munich, and then the brand recently established a partnership with German tennis player Alexander Zverev, which provides strong evidence of Richard Mille’s active development in the German market.