2011 FEI World Cup Finals

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The 2011 FEI World Cup Finals in Leipzig, Germany were the Final of four World Cups in different Equestrian sports. They were held in the exhibition halls 1 and 3 at the new Leipzig Trade Fair from April 27 to May 1, 2011.

First time ever four horse sport World Cup Finals was held at the same place.

Horse sport in Leipzig[edit]

Since 1998 the new Leipzig Trade Fair is the location of “Partner Pferd“, a trade fair around the horse and a horse show with show jumping and dressage competitions.[1]

First time in 2008 Vaulting competitions are part of the “Partner Pferd“. From 2001 to 2007 also Reining horse show, called “ L.E. Grand Open”, are part of the “Partner Pferd“ Leipzig.[2]

Trade fair and horse show held usually each year in January. In 2011 these events were moved to the end of April.

Disciplines at the World Cup Finals[edit]

Competitions in four equestrian disciplines are part of the FEI World Cup Finals 2011. The finals of the following international series are part of this horse show:

At the same time held an international show jumping horse show (CSI 3*) and finals of national series at the “Partner Pferd“ 2011.[3]

Dressage[edit]

Qualified riders[edit]

World Cup League Number of competitors of this league eligible to start in this World Cup Final Qualified riders
Central European League 2 Poland Katarzyna Milczarek
Hungary Robert Acs
North American League 2 United States Jan Ebeling
United States Shawna Harding
Pacific League 1 Australia Chantal Wigan (will not start)
Western European League 9 Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen
Germany Ulla Salzgeber
Germany Isabell Werth
Netherlands Hans Peter Minderhoud
United States Catherine Haddad °
Sweden Patrik Kittel
United Kingdom Richard Davison
Germany Helen Langehanenberg
Sweden Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén (will not start)
Denmark Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
Belgium Jeroen Devroe (move up in the World Cup Final)
Competitors from Asia or South America 1 not awarded, so one more wild card
Wild cards of the FEI 2 Finland Mikaela Lindh
Sweden Nina Hoffmann
Ukraine Sergey Puzko
defending champion 1 Netherlands Edward Gal

° extra competitor (Extra competitors are riders, who live in a country, which is not part of the World Cup League of the country of this riders nationality. These riders are at first part of the World Cup League of the country in which they live. At the end of the season this riders deducted from the final score of this league. If they have just as many or more points as the last qualified rider, they have the chance to start at the World Cup Final.)

Agenda and results[edit]

Grand Prix[edit]

At the evening of April 28, 2011 the Grand Prix de Dressage was held. It was the first competition of the Dressage World Cup final.

Result:[4]

Rider Horse Percentage
1 Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival 80.957 %
2 Denmark Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg Digby 76.884 %
3 Germany Ulla Salzgeber Herzruf´s Erbe 76.216 %
4 Germany Isabell Werth Satchmo 74.818 %
5 Germany Helen Langehanenberg Damon Hill NRW 73.480 %

(Top 5 of 17 Competitors)

Grand Prix Freestyle (Final)[edit]

The second competition of the Dressage World Cup final is the Grand Prix Freestyle, held at the evening of Saturday, April 30. The winner of the Grand Prix Freestyle will be the World Cup Champion of the 2010/2011 season.[5]

Result:[6]

Rider Horse Percentage
1 Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival 84,804 %
2 Denmark Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg Digby 80,036 %
3 Germany Ulla Salzgeber Herzruf´s Erbe 78,821 %
4 Netherlands Edward Gal Sisther de Jeu 77,393 %
5 Germany Isabell Werth Satchmo 77,143 %
6 Sweden Patrik Kittel Scandic 76,375 %
7 Germany Helen Langehanenberg Damon Hill NRW 74,946 %
8 Netherlands Hans Peter Minderhoud Nadine 74,321 %
9 Belgium Jeroen Devroe Apollo van het Vijverhof 73,768 %
10 United Kingdom Davison Artemis 73,143 %
11 United States Jan Ebeling Rafalca 72,589 %
12 United States Catherine Haddad-Staller Winyamaro 70,161 %
13 Poland Katarzyna Milczarek Ekwador 69,786 %
14 United States Shawna Harding Come on III 67,625 %
15 Hungary Robert Acs Weinzauber 65,429 %

Show jumping[edit]

Qualified riders (World Cup Final)[edit]

World Cup League Number of competitors of this league eligible to start in this World Cup Final competitors who take part in this World Cup Final
Arab League 2 Saudi Arabia Abdullah Waleed Al-Sharbatly
Syria Ahmad Saber Hamcho
Caucasian League 1 Azerbaijan Hikmet Musayev (will not start)
Central Asian League 1 Kyrgyzstan Andrei Shalohin (will not start)
Central European League 3 Poland Mściwoj Kiecoń (will not start)
Estonia Tiit Kivisild
Russia Vladimir Beletsky
Estonia Gunnar Klettenberg (move up in the World Cup Final)
Japan League 1 Japan Daisuke Kawaguchi
North American League 2 Canadian competitors Canada Eric Lamaze
2 Mexican competitors Mexico Jose Alberto Martinez Vazquez
10 US-American competitors United States Ashlee Bond
United States Kirsten Coe
United States Margie Engle
United States Rich Fellers
United States Brianne Goutal
United States Charlie Jayne
United States Beezie Madden
United States Michelle Spadone
United States Richard Spooner
United States McLain Ward
Brazil Eduardo Menezes °
Colombia John Perez °
Venezuela Pablo Barrios °
Pacific League 2 competitors from Australian sub-league Australia Brook Dobbin (will not start)
Australia Billy Raymont (will not start)
1 competitor from New Zealand sub-league New Zealand Katie McVean
South African League 1 South Africa Dominey Alexander (will not start)
South American League 3 Brazil Yuri Mansur Guerios
Brazil Rodrigo Sarmento (will not start)
Argentina Ricardo Dircie (will not start)
South East Asia League 1 Sweden Helena Gabrielsson ° (will not start)
Malaysia Qabil Ambak Mahamad Fathil (will not start)
Western European League 18 France Kevin Staut
Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum
Brazil Rodrigo Pessoa ° (will not start)
Sweden Rolf-Göran Bengtsson
Republic of Ireland Billy Twomey
Germany Ludger Beerbaum
Spain Sergio Alvarez Moya
Netherlands Jeroen Dubbeldam
Sweden Malin Baryard-Johnsson
France Simon Delestre
Germany Philipp Weishaupt
Australia Edwina Alexander °
Germany Christian Ahlmann
Portugal Luciana Diniz
Republic of Ireland Denis Lynch
Germany Lars Nieberg
Netherlands Harrie Smolders
Switzerland Pius Schwizer
Germany Marco Kutscher
United Kingdom Michael Whitaker (will not start)
Netherlands Gerco Schröder (move up in the World Cup Final)
participant at invitation of the host country 1 not applicable because German riders have qualified for the World Cup Final
defending champion 1 Germany Marcus Ehning

° extra competitor (Extra competitors are riders, who live in a country, which is not part of the World Cup League of the country of this riders nationality. These riders are at first part of the World Cup League of the country in which they live. At the end of the season this riders deducted from the final score of this league. If they have just as many or more points as the last qualified rider, they have the chance to start at the World Cup Final.)

Agenda and results[edit]

World Cup[edit]

Last time in 2002 the Show jumping World Cup Final was held in Leipzig.[7]

Final I[edit]

The first competition of the Show Jumping World Cup Final, a speed and handiness competition, was held at Thursday afternoon (April 28, 2011). The result of this competition was converted into faults for the World Cup Final standings.

Result:[8]

Rider Horse Time World Cup Points (only from the World Cup Final)
1 Germany Marco Kutscher Cash 63.55 s + 0 Penalty s. = 63.55 44
2 Germany Marcus Ehning Sabrina 63.79 s + 0 Penalty s. = 63.79 42
3 Germany Christian Ahlmann Taloubet Z 64.03 s + 0 Penalty s. = 64.03 41
4 Netherlands Gerco Schröder New Orleans 65.12 s + 0 Penalty s. = 65.12 40
5 United States Margie Engle Indigo 65.62 s + 0 Penalty s. = 65.62 39
6 New Zealand Katie McVean Delphi 65.67 s + 0 Penalty s. = 65.67 38
7 Netherlands Jeroen Dubbeldam Simon 66.34 s + 0 Penalty s. = 66.34 37
8 United States Ashlee Bond Cadett 66.44 s + 0 Penalty s. = 66.44 36
9 France Kevin Staut Silvana 67.01 s + 0 Penalty s. = 67.01 35
10 Sweden Malin Baryard-Johnsson Tornesch 67.53 s + 0 Penalty s. = 67.53 34

(Top Ten of 43 competitors)

Final II[edit]

At April 29 afternoon the second competition of the Show Jumping World Cup Final, a show jumping competition with one jump-off, was held. After the second round, the World Cup Points were converted in Penalties for the Final III.

Result:[9]

Rider Horse Round 1 Jump-off World Cup Points (only from the World Cup Final)
Penalties Time
(s)
Penalties Time
(s)
1 Canada Eric Lamaze Hickstead 0 - 0 40.68 44
2 Germany Christian Ahlmann Taloubet Z 0 - 0 40.86 42
3 Netherlands Gerco Schröder New Orleans 0 - 0 44.77 41
4 Spain Sergio Alvarez Moya Action-Breaker 0 - 0 48.79 40
5 United States McLain Ward Antares F 0 - 4 39.37 39
6 Germany Marco Kutscher Cash 0 - 4 40.89 38
7 Venezuela Pablo Barrios Quick Star 0 - 8 42.02 37
8 New Zealand Katie McVean Delphi 1 76.72 - - 36
9 France Simon Delestre Couletto 1 76.78 - - 35
10 Switzerland Pius Schwizer Carlina 4 71.87 - - 34

(Top Ten of 41 competitors)

Final III[edit]

The third competition of this final was held at May 1, 2011 afternoon. It was a competition over two different rounds, both not against the clock. Here only the 30 best placed riders have the chance to start in this competition.

Result:[10]

Rider Horse Round 1 Round 2 Total
Penalties Penalties Penalties
1 United States Beezie Madden Coral Reef Via Volo 0 0 0
Netherlands Jeroen Dubbeldam Simon 0 0 0
3 United States Margie Engle Indigo 0 4 4
United States McLain Ward Antares F 0 4 4
Switzerland Pius Schwizer Carlina 4 0 4
France Kevin Staut Silvana 4 0 4
Canada Eric Lamaze Hickstead 0 4 4
Germany Christian Ahlmann Taloubet Z 4 0 4

(Top 8 of 27 competitors)

Final standings[edit]

The competitor with the smallest number of faults in the World Cup Final standings will be the World Cup Champion of the 2010/2011 season.[11]

[12]

Rider Horse/
Horses
Final I Final II World Cup Points (only from Final I and Final II) TOTAL World Cup Points, converted in Penalties Final III Penalties
(Total)
World Cup Points World Cup Points Penalties Penalties
1 Germany Christian Ahlmann Taloubet Z 41 42 83 0 4 0 4
2 Canada Eric Lamaze Hickstead 27 44 71 6 0 4 10
3 Netherlands Jeroen Dubbeldam Simon 37 24 61 11 0 0 11
4 Germany Marco Kutscher Cash 44 38 82 0 0 12 12
United States Beezie Madden Danny Boy
and Coral Reef Via Volo
26 32 58 12 0 0 12
6 Netherlands Gerco Schröder New Orleans 40 41 81 1 8 4 13
New Zealand Katie McVean Delphi 38 36 74 4 4 5 13
France Kevin Staut Silvana 35 29 64 9 4 0 13
Switzerland Pius Schwizer Ulysse
and Carlina
30 34 64 9 4 0 13
10 United States McLain Ward Rothchild
and Antares F
23 39 62 10 0 4 14
11 Sweden Malin Baryard-Johnsson Tornesch 34 33 67 8 4 4 16
12 United States Margie Engle Indigo 39 16 55 14 0 4 18
13 Spain Sergio Alvarez Moya Wisconsin
and Action-Breaker
21 40 61 11 8 0 19
United States Richard Spooner Cristallo 32 28 60 11 4 4 19
15 Germany Philipp Weishaupt Souvenir
and Catoki
33 21 54 14 1 5 20
16 France Simon Delestre Napoli du Ry
and Couletto
24 35 59 12 1 13 26
17 Venezuela Pablo Barrios Quick Star 18 37 55 14 16 4 34
Germany Lars Nieberg Lucie
and Lord Luis
14 27 41 21 8 5 34
19 Netherlands Harrie Smolders Regina Z 16 22 38 22 8 15 45
20 Germany Marcus Ehning Sabrina 42 23 65 9 8 DNS
21 Sweden Rolf-Göran Bengtsson Quintero
and Casall
31 30 61 11 8 DNS
22 Portugal Luciana Diniz Winningmood 25 22 37 23 8 DNS
Germany Ludger Beerbaum Coupe de Coeur
and Gotha
14 31 45 19 12 DNS
24 United States Rich Fellers Flexible 22 24 36 23 12 DNS
25 Russia Vladimir Beletsky Rocketman 19 13 32 25 12 DNS
26 United States Michelle Spadone Uwwalon
and Melisimo
20 27 47 18 20 DNS
27 United States Ashlee Bond Cadett 36 15 51 16 RET
28 Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum Shutterfly
and Checkmate
29 25 54 14 DNS
29 Republic of Ireland Billy Twomey Tinka´s Serenade 28 20 48 17 DNS
30 Brazil Yuri Mansur Guerios Chico Z
and Vip van den Keersod
11 18 29 27 DNS
31 Brazil Eduardo Menezes Tomba 17 10 27 28
Syria Ahamad Saber Hamcho Wonderboy III 8 19 27 28
33 United States Kirsten Coe Tristan 7 17 24 29
34 Colombia John Perez Utopia 12 8 20 31
35 United States Brianne Goutal Ballade van het Indihof 10 9 19 32
36 United States Charlie Jayne Athena 6 11 17 33
37 Mexico Jose Alberto Martinez Vazquez Leonard 4 7 11 36
Estonia Gunnar Klettenberg Ulrike R 5 6 11 36
39 Japan Daisuke Kawaguchi Snowyriver II 3 5 8 37
40 Estonia Tiit Kivisild Cinnamon 9 RET
41 Saudi Arabia Abdullah Al Sharbatly Seldana di Campalto 13 DNS
42 Republic of Ireland Denis Lynch Abbervail van het Dingeshof ELI
Australia Edwina Alexander Socrates ELI

ELI = eliminated
DNS = did not start
RET = retired

A jump-off was not necessary.

Further competitions[edit]

European Youngster Cup-Super Final[edit]

At Friday morning (April 29, 2011) the “Super Final“ of the European Youngster Cup (EY-Cup) season 2010 was held. It was a show jumping competition with one jump-off for riders up to the age of 26.

The chance to start in this final had:

  • the best riders of the regular Final of the European Youngster Cup 2010 at the CSI 4* Frankfurt[13]
  • the four most successful riders of qualifying competitions in the United States[14]
  • the Winner of the Grand Prix of the “Salut-Festival” Aachen (one of the most important show jumping event for young riders in Germany)[15]

result:[16]

Rider Horse Round 1 Jump-off
Penalties Time
(s)
Penalties Time
(s)
1 Germany Marie Lütgenau Strolchi 0 - 0 39.30
2 Germany Tim Brüggemann Corio Star 0 - 0 40.19
3 Luxembourg Charlotte Bettendorf Kiwi du Gibet 0 - 0 41.47
4 Germany Hendrik Sosath Chalacorada 0 - 4 39.09
5 United States Reed Kessler Ligist 0 - 4 39.34

(Top 5 of 29 Competitors)

Grand Prix (CSI 3*)[edit]

Also a CSI 3* are held at the “Partner Pferd“ 2011. The Grand Prix of this show jumping horse show was held at the afternoon of Saturday, April 30, 2011. It was a show jumping competition with one jump-off. The fences was up to 1.55 meters.

Result:[17]

Rider Horse Round 1 Jump-off
Penalties Time
(s)
Penalties Time
(s)
1 Republic of Ireland Denis Lynch All Inclusive NRW 0 - 0 38.10
2 Republic of Ireland Billy Twomey Romanov 0 - 0 38.24
3 United States McLain Ward Rothchild 0 - 0 38.37
4 France Kevin Staut Zeta 0 - 0 38.57
5 France Philippe Rozier Randgraaf 0 - 0 39.72

(Top 5 of 48 Competitors)

Four-in-hand driving[edit]

Qualified driver[edit]

After sever World Cup competitions the following drivers have the chance to start in the World Cup Final:[18]

Agenda and results[edit]

Last time in 2008 the Driving World Cup Final was held in Leipzig.[21]

First competition[edit]

At the eventing of April 29, 2011, the first competition of the Driving World Cup final was held. It was a time obstacle driving competition.

Result:[22]

Driver Time (s)
1 Australia Boyd Exell 125.63
2 Sweden Tomas Eriksson 129.53
3 Netherlands Koos de Ronde 140.08
4 Switzerland Werner Ulrich 143.41
5 Germany Georg von Stein 148.31
6 Netherlands IJsbrand Chardon 155.51
7 Hungary József Dobrovitz 167.66

Second competition[edit]

The second competition of the Four-in-hand Driving World Cup final was held at May 1, 2011 noon. This competition was a time obstacle driving with two rounds. The winner of this second competition, Boyd Exell, is the World Cup Champion of the 2010/2011 season.[23]

Result:[24]

Driver Time (s)
round 1
Time (s)
total
Australia Boyd Exell - 242.12
Hungary József Dobrovitz - 247.52
Netherlands IJsbrand Chardon - 254.88
Sweden Tomas Eriksson 133.10
Switzerland Werner Ulrich 139.07
Germany Georg von Stein 140.76
Netherlands Koos de Ronde 151.32

Vaulting[edit]

Qualified Vaulters[edit]

After four World Cup competitions (Munich, Dresden, Salzburg, Paris) the following vaulters have the chance to start in the World Cup Final:[25]
Women:

Men:

Agenda and results[edit]

The 2010/2011 Vaulting World Cup season was a test season, the first World Cup season ever in Vaulting history.[26][27]

The World Cup Final consists of two freestyle competitions. Both competitions was held separated by gender. The first competition was held at Friday midday (April 29, 2011), the second competition at Saturday midday (April 30, 2011). The vaulter with the best average of both competition results is the World Cup Champion of the 2010/2011 season.[28]

Women: final result[edit]

Vaulter
Longeur
Horse Percentage
round 1
Percentage
round 2
Total
percentage[29]
1 Germany Simone Wiegele
Agnes Werhahn
Arkansas 8.320 8.613 8.467
2 Germany Antje Hill
Agnes Werhahn
Arkansas 8.246 8.233 8.240
3 Italy Anna Cavallaro
Nelson Vidoni
Harley 7.533 7.623
4 Germany Pia Engelberty
Kai Vorberg
Sir Bernhard RS von der Wintermühle 7.160 7.453
5 Switzerland Simone Jaiser
Margit Blieske
Luk 7.226 7.360
6 Austria Stefanie Kowald
Hannelore Leiser
Alando 7.200 7.337
7 Germany Ines Jückstock
Ruth Jückstock
Lamenticus 7.313 6.980

Men: final result[edit]

Vaulter
Longeur
Horse Percentage
round 1
Percentage
round 2
Total
percentage[29]
1 Switzerland Patric Looser
Alexandra Knauf
Record RS von der Wintermühle 8.626 8.793 8.710
2 France Nicolas Andréani
Maina Jooten Dupont
Idefix de Braize 8.780 8.246 8.513
3 Germany Viktor Brüsewitz
Irina Lenkert
Airbus 8,080 8.017
4 Czech Republic Lukas Klouda
Kai Vorberg
Sir Bernhard RS von der Wintermühle 6,673 7.527
5 France Yvan Nousse
Elke Schelp-Lensing
Carlos 7.046 7.510
6 Germany Daniel Kaiser
Katja Rutzke
Down Under 5.720 6.817

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ergebnisse Reitturnier: PARTNER PFERD Leipzig vom Sonntag, 18. Januar 2009 (german)
  2. ^ Partner Pferd in Leipzig lockt mit interessantem Westernreitsport (german)
  3. ^ Timetable of the FEI World Cup Finals / Partner Pferd 2011
  4. ^ Dressage World Cup Final: Grand Prix de Dressage
  5. ^ FEI Rules for the World Cup™ Dressage 2010-2011
  6. ^ Dressage World Cup Final: Grand Prix Freestyle
  7. ^ Reiten: Weltcup-Finale in Leipzig, Sport1.de, April 2, 2009 (german)
  8. ^ Show jumping World Cup Final, result Final I
  9. ^ Show jumping World Cup Final, result Final II
  10. ^ Show jumping World Cup Final, result Final III
  11. ^ FEI World Cup™ Jumping rules, season 2010-2011
  12. ^ 2011 FEI World Cup Jumping Final: intermediate result after two of three competitions
  13. ^ EY-Cup-Champion 2010: Julius Losch (german)
  14. ^ HITS Desert Circuit to host three qualifying events for European Youngster Cups new Super Final
  15. ^ Vorschau: Via Salut-Festival zum Weltcup nach Leipzig, Martina Brüske / springreiten-und-zucht.de, December 8, 2010 (german)
  16. ^ Show jumping: European Youngster Cup-Super Final
  17. ^ Show jumping: result Grand Prix of Leipzig
  18. ^ Standing of the FEI World Cup Driving 2010/2011 before the Final
  19. ^ Christian Plücker startet beim Weltcup-Finale Fahren: Vierspännerfahrer erkämpft sich Wildcard bei Sichtung in Warendorf, Eva Willermann / German Equestrian Federation, February 21, 2011 (german)
  20. ^ News: Für Christian Plücker aus Waldeck... (german)
  21. ^ Weltcupfinale Vierspänner Leipzig: Christoph Sandmann ist Weltcupchampion 2007/2008, Dennis Peiler / German Equestrian Federation, January 20, 2008 (german)
  22. ^ result World Cup Final Four-in-hand driving: first competition
  23. ^ FEI Rules for the World Cup Driving 2010/2011 season
  24. ^ result World Cup Final Four-in-hand driving: second competition
  25. ^ Zwei Wildcards für deutsche Voltigierer – World Cup-Premiere in Leipzig (german)
  26. ^ Ganz neu 2010: Der erste Weltcup im Voltigieren (german)
  27. ^ 2010-2011 FEI World Cup Vaulting
  28. ^ Rules Season 2010-2011
  29. ^ a b results