2011 CHIO Aachen

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The 2011 CHIO Aachen was the 2011 edition of the CHIO Aachen, the German official horse show in five horse sport disciplines (show jumping, dressage, eventing, four-in-hand-driving and vaulting).

In 2011 the event was also the FEI selected 2012 Olympic Qualification for Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and Oceania in show jumping.

Introduction[edit]

The 2011 CHIO Aachen is held as CSIO 5* (show jumping), CDIO 5* (dressage), CICO 3* (eventing), CAIO (four-in-hand-driving) and CVIO 2* (vaulting). It Olympic Qualification is held as CSI 2*. The event is held between July 8, 2011 and July 17, 2011.

The CHIO Aachen is in show jumping and dressage the most prestigious horse show in Europe. It is also called "Weltfest der Pferdesports" (World Equestrian Festival). The competitions are held at different places at the Soers in Aachen. The show jumping competitions are held in the "Hauptstadion" of the CHIO Aachen, the dressage event are held in the "Deutsche Bank Stadion" and the vaulting competitions are held in the "Albert-Vahle-Halle". The first horse show were held 1924 in Aachen, together with a horse race. In 1927 the horse show lasted six days. The first show jumping Nations Cup was held here in 1929. Since 2007, influenced by the World Equestrian Games 2006 in Aachen, also eventing and vaulting are disciplines of the CHIO Aachen.[1] In 2010 the 79th time a horse show is held in the Soers in Aachen.

2012 Olympic Qualification (show jumping)[edit]

The Olympic Qualification competition was a jumping competition with two rounds. It was held on Sunday, July 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm in the driving stadium. Resulting of the result of this competition the best team from Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and Oceania is qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Also the NOC of best rider from South East Asia or Oceania is qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. The best competitor of this competition get a Wild card for the CSIO 5*-tour of the 2011 CHIO Aachen.

qualified
best Group C or G team (Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Oceania)  Ukraine
Group G competitor (South East Asia, Oceania)  Japan (because of the 10th place of Taizo Sugitani)
best competitor Ukraine Katharina Offel
Team results
Team Rider Horse Round A Round B Total penalties[2] Prize
Penalties Penalties
1  Ukraine Cassio Rivetti Verdi 0 9
Björn Nagel Niack de L´Abbaye 0 2
Oleg Krasyuk Canvas PKZ 13 14
Katharina Offel Vivant 0 1
0 12 12 4,200 €
2  Turkey Omer Karaevli Dadjak ter Puttenen 4 18
Burak Azak Castelo Branco 4 2
Çağrı Başel Goldrush 0 14
Gerry Flynn Ledgepoint 0 5
4 21 25 2,500 €
3  Poland Andrzej Lemanski Bischof L 8 7
Piotr Sawicki Caballus Z 1 24
Aleksandra Lusina Ekwador 1 6
Msciwoj Kiecon Urbane 4 14
6 27 33 2,000 €
4  Hungary Sándor Szász Goldwing 0 8
Richárd Jován Vajk eliminated did not start
Kaarlo Kovács Cassius 8 14
Balázs Krucsó Nemo 0 5
8 27 35 1,200 €
5  Azerbaijan Patrick McEntee Dollar Z 5 eliminated
Francesco Franco Loxley 5 19
Seyid Musayev Parodie 18 18
Jamal Rahimov Warrior 2 1
12 38 50 850 €
 Russia Vladimir Tuganov Mats´Up du Plessis 5 eliminated
Vadim Konovalov Come on 9 7
Arsentiy Shpakovskiy Tibor P 4 10
Vladimir Beletsky Larkanaro 5 19
14 36 50 850 €

(Top 6 of 8 Teams)
Grey penalties points do not count for the team result.

Individual results
Rider Horse Round 1 Round 2 Total
penalties[3]
Time (s)
(second rounds)
prize
money
1 Ukraine Katharina Offel Vivant 0 1 1 80.14 3,200 €
2 Ukraine Björn Nagel Niack de L´Abbaye 0 2 2 81.01 2,000 €
3 Azerbaijan Jamal Rahimov Warrior 2 1 3 79.96 1,500 €
4 Turkey Gerry Flynn Ledgepoint 0 5 5 77.66 1,000 €
5 Hungary Balázs Krucsó Nemo 0 5 5 78.18 800 €
6 Turkey Burak Azak Castelo Branco 4 2 6 81.31 500 €
7 Poland Aleksandra Lusina Ekwador 1 6 7 82.48 100 €
8 Hungary Sándor Szász Goldwing 0 8 8 72.74 100 €
9 Ukraine Cassio Rivetti Verdi 4 5 9 78.41 100 €
10 Japan Taizo Sugitani Avenzio 4 5 9 78.47 100 €
11 Chinese Taipei Jasmin Chen Corlando 0 9 9 79.36 100 €

(Top 11 of 37 Competitors)

Nations Cup of Germany (vaulting)[edit]

The 2011 vaulting Nations Cup of Germany was part of the 2011 CHIO Aachen and was held Sunday, July 10. It was a combined competition of three Freestyle vaulting competitions (single vaulting – Men, single vaulting – Women and team vaulting). Unlike the other disciplines nations could start with more than one team.

Team Vaulter Group Longeur Horse result
1  Germany I Pia Engelberty Alexandra Knauf Weltoni RS von der Wintermühle 8.240
Jannik Heiland Lars Hansen Dance of Gold 8.480
RSV Neuss Grimlinghausen Jessica Schmitz Arkansas 8.700
25.420
2  Germany II Viktor Brüsewitz Lars Hansen Gustafsson 8.140
Kristina Boe Winnie Schlüter Le Beau 8.300
Voltigierverein Ingelsberg Alexander Hartl Arador 8.576
25.016
3  Austria Christa Kristofics-Binder Fritz Schandl Alonso 7.853
Stefan Csandl Julie Newell Solitaire Legacy 8.260
UVT Salzburg / Freisaal Nina Rossin Robin 7.398
23.511
4   Switzerland Simone Jäiser Rita Blieske Luk 7.993
Patric Looser Alexandra Knauf Record RS v. d. Wintermühle 8.680
Voltige-Club Harlekin Rita Blieske Apriso CH 6.736
23.409

(Top 4 of 8 teams)[4][5]

Prize of Europe (show jumping)[edit]

The "Preis von Europa" (Prize of Europe), a competition held since 1960,[6] was the first main competition in show jumping at the 2011 CHIO Aachen. The sponsor of this competition was the Warsteiner Brewery. It was held on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 2:00 pm. The competition was a show jumping competition with one round and one jump-off, the height of the fences were up to 1.55 meters. The Prize of Europe was endowed with 60,000 .

On a rainy day seven riders had not fauls with her horses in the first round. Winner of the competition is Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum with the 18-year-old darkbay gelding Shutterfly.

Rider Horse Round 1 jump-off prize
money
Penalties Penalties Time
(s)
1 Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum Shutterfly 0 0 46.27 19,800 €
2 Germany Ludger Beerbaum Chaman 0 0 47.18 12,000 €
3 United States Laura Kraut Teirra 0 0 49.92 9,000 €
4 Switzerland Pius Schwizer Carlina 0 4 47.43 6,000 €
5 Ukraine Katharina Offel Sanctos van het Gravenhof 0 4 49.08 3,000 €

(Top 5 of 52 Competitors)[7]

Grand Prix de Dressage / Nations Cup of Germany (dressage)[edit]

The 2011 dressage Nations Cup of Germany was part of the 2011 CHIO Aachen. Unlike 2010, only the result of the Grand Prix de Dressage has count for the Nations Cup result. Each team consist of three or four team riders, three results of each team count for the Nations Cup ranking.

The sponsor of the Grand Prix de Dressage is Tesch Inkasso, the dressage Nations Cup ranking is sponsored by the Lambertz-Group.

Team result[edit]

Team Rider Horse Score
1  Germany Anabel Balkenhol Dablino did not start (horse was not fit to compete)
Christoph Koschel Donnperignon 73.362 %
Isabell Werth El Santo NRW 77.830 %
Matthias Alexander Rath Totilas 82.149 %
233.341 %
2  Great Britain Richard Davison Hiscox Artemis 68.894 %
Charlotte Dujardin Fernandez 71.383 %
Emile Faurie Elmegardens Marequis 66.681 %
Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris 80.596 %
220.873 %
3  Netherlands Marlies van Baalen Phoebe DVB 67.106 %
Hans Peter Minderhoud Tango 70.128 %
Edward Gal Sister de Jeu 71.489 %
Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival 77.340 %
218.957 %
4  United States Jan Ebeling Rafalca 66.574 %
Todd Flettrich Otto 66.851 %
Guenter Seidel U II 68.532 %
Steffen Peters Ravel 77.191 %
212.574 %
5  Sweden Charlotte Haid-Bondergaard Lydianus 63.553 %
Cecilia Dorselius Lennox 67.617 %
Patrik Kittel Toy Story 67.681 %
Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfven Favourit 72.745 %
208.043 %
6  Denmark Anne van Olst Clearwater 67.553 %
Sune Hansen Romanov 67.234 %
Andreas Helgstrand Marron 57.936 %
Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein Digby 71.915 %
206.702 %
7  Spain Beatriz Ferrer-Salat Faberge 68.553 %
Claudio Castilla Ruiz Jade de MV 61.723 %
Jordi Domingo Coll Prestige 65.957 %
Juan Manuel Muñoz Díaz Fuego 72.106 %
206.616 %
8  Belgium Ronny Coenraerds Calypso van het Goorhof 65.064 %
Johan Zagers Question de Liberte 63.511 %
Philippe Jorissen Le Beau 67.638 %
Jeroen Devroe Apollo van het Vijverhof 68.191 %
200.893 %

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[8]

Individual result[edit]

Rider Horse Score prize
money ()
1 Germany Matthias Alexander Rath Totilas 82.149 % 6,500 €
2 United Kingdom Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris 80.596 % 4,000 €
3 Germany Isabell Werth El Santo NRW 77.830 % 3,000 €
4 Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival 77.340 % 2,000 €
5 United States Steffen Peters Ravel 77.191 % 1,000 €

(top 5 of 37 competitors)[9]

FEI Nations Cup of Germany (show jumping)[edit]

The 2011 FEI Nations Cup of Germany in show jumping was part of the 2011 CHIO Aachen. It was the fifth competition of the 2011 FEI Nations Cup.

The 2011 FEI Nations Cup of Germany was held on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 7:30 pm (second round under floodlight). The competing teams was: Ireland, Great Britain, the Netherlands, the United States of America, Denmark, Germany, Belgium and France.

The competition was a show jumping competition with two rounds and optionally one jump-off. The height of the fences were up to 1.60 meters. The Nations Cup was endowed with 220,000 . Mercedes-Benz is the sponsor of this competition.

Team Rider Horse Round A Round B Total penalties Jump-off Prize
money
scoring
points
Penalties Penalties Penalties Time
(s)
1  Netherlands Eric van der Vleuten Utascha SFN 4 0
Jur Vrieling Bubalu 8 17
Gerco Schröder New Orleans 4 4
Jeroen Dubbeldam Simon 0 0
8 4 12 72,000 € 10
2  Ireland Shane Breen Carmena Z 8 0
Shane Sweetnam Amaretto d´Arco 0 4
Denis Lynch All Inclusive NRW 4 0
Billy Twomey Tinka´s Serenade 8 5
12 4 16 34,333 € 6
 Great Britain Guy Williams Titus 4 4
Nick Skelton Carlo 8 8
Scott Brash Intertoy Z 0 4
Michael Whitaker Amai 0 4
4 12 16 34,333 € 6
 Germany Christian Ahlmann Taloubet Z 4 8
Janne Friederike Meyer Lambrasco 0 4
Carsten-Otto Nagel Corradina 0 0
Ludger Beerbaum Gotha FRH 4 8
4 12 16 34,333 € 6
5  France Pénélope Leprevost Mylord Carthago 0 8
Olivier Guillon Lord de Theize 0 4
Kevin Staut Silvana 4 4
Michel Robert Kellemoi de Pepita 4 8
4 16 20 18,000 € 4
6  United States McLain Ward Antares F 4 16
Margie Engle Indigo 12 16
Laura Kraut Cedric 4 4
Beezie Madden Coral Reef Via Volo 4 0
12 20 32 12,000 € 3
7  Denmark Andreas Schou Uno's Safier 8 16
Charlotte Lund Cartani eliminated did not start
Rikke Haastrup Pedersen Luganer 16 21
Torben Frandsen Alcamo Vogt 12 12
36 49 85 9,000 € 2
8  Belgium Philippe Le Jeune Vigo D Arsouilles 4 8
Rik Hemeryck Challenge van de Begijnakker 11 eliminated
Judy-Ann Melchior As Cold as Ice Z 21 12
Jos Lansink Valentina van´t Heike 17 retired
eliminated 6,000 € 1

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[10]

Grand Prix Spécial (dressage)[edit]

The Grand Prix Spécial was one of the most important dressage competitions at the 2011 CHIO Aachen. A Grand Prix Spécial is the competition with the highest definite level of dressage competitions.

It was held on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 8:30 am. The Meggle AG was the sponsor of this competition.

Rider Horse Score prize
money ()
1 Germany Matthias Alexander Rath Totilas 83.083 % 8,600 €
2 Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival 79.771 % 5,200 €
3 Germany Isabell Werth El Santo NRW 78.292 % 3,900 €
4 United Kingdom Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris 77.229 % 2,600 €
5 United States Steffen Peters Ravel 76.708 % 1,800 €

(top 5 of 30 competitors)[11]

CICO 3* (eventing)[edit]

The CICO 3* was the official eventing competition of Germany. It was held as two-day-event. The first part of this competition, the dressage phase, was held on Friday, July 15, 2011 at 8:30 am. The second phase, the show jumping phase, was held on the same day at 5:30 pm. The final phase, the cross country phase, was held on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 10:30 am.

The sponsor of this competition was DHL.

team result[edit]

Team Rider Horse Converted dressage
score
Show jumping
score
Cross country
score
Total
score
1  Great Britain William Fox-Pitt Neuf des Coeurs 42.10 0.00 0.00 42.10
Mary King Imperial Cavalier 42.90 0.00 0.00 42.90
Polly Stockton Westwood Poser 48.10 0.00 1.60 49,70
Nicola Wilson Opposition Buzz 49.80 0.00 0.00 49.80
134.70
2  New Zealand Clarke Johnstone Orient Express 43.50 0.00 1.60 45.10
Caroline Powell Lenamore 44.60 0.00 2.80 47.40
Andrew Nicholson Nereo 44.40 6.00 0.00 50.40
Jonathan Paget Clifton Promise 52.50 0.00 0.00 52.50
142,90
3  Sweden Sara Algotsson-Ostholt Wega 42.50 5.00 0.00 47.50
Christoffer Forsberg Grafman 43.70 4.00 7.20 54.90
Malin Petersen Piccadilly Z 50.80 4.00 2.00 56.80
Katrin Norling Pandora Emm 57.50 0.00 9.20 66.70
159.20
4  Australia Lucinda Fredericks Flying Finish 41.00 0.00 6.80 47.80
Clayton Fredericks Bendigo 38.70 6.00 6.00 52.70
Sam Griffiths Happy Times 37.10 16.00 7.60 60.70
Christopher Burton Leilani 47.30 7.00 6.80 61.10
161.20
5  Germany Andreas Dibowski FRH Fantasia 43.10 0.00 0.80 43.90
Michael Jung Leopin 44.00 4.00 0.00 48.00
Andreas Ostholt Franco Jeas 43.80 6.00 30.80 43.80
Kai Rüder Leprince des Bois 36.30 12.00 38.00 36.30
172.50
6  France Didier Dhennin Must des Sureaux 50.40 0.00 6.00 56.40
Pascal Leroy Minos de Petra 50.20 3.00 4.40 57.60
Eddy Sans Mayland de Brunel 57.30 4.00 47.20 108.50
Fabrice Lucas Nero du Jardin 52.30 0.00 eliminated eliminated
222.50
7  Belgium Karin Donckers Charizard 39.60 4.00 4.40 48.00
Joris van Springel Lully des Aulnes 51.90 4.00 38.80 94,70
Sarah van Hasselt Artic Fox Too 53.10 4.00 38.40 95.50
Lara de Liedekerke Nooney Blue eliminated eliminated
238.20
8  Italy Stefano Brecciaroli Apollo van de Wendi Kurt Hoeve 34.80 5.00 1.60 41.40
Marco Biasia Gandalf the Grey 58.80 4.00 23.20 86.00
Stella Benatti Miss Wanted Fast 61.00 8.00 57.20 61.00
253.60

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[12]

individual result[edit]

Rider Horse Converted dressage
score
Show jumping
score
Cross country
score
Total
score
1 Germany Michael Jung Sam FBW 32.30 0.00 2.40 34.70
2 Italy Stefano Brecciaroli Apollo van de Wendi Kurt Hoeve 34.80 5.00 1.60 41.40
3 United Kingdom William Fox-Pitt Neuf des Coeurs 42.10 0.00 0.00 42.10
4 United Kingdom Mary King Imperial Cavalier 42.90 0.00 0.00 42.90
5 Germany Andreas Dibowski FRH Fantasia 43.10 0.00 0.80 43.90

(Top 5 of 42 Competitors)[13]

Combined individual classification (four-in-hand-driving)[edit]

The combined individual classification is held separated from the team competition. Only the marathon phase was held together with the team competition.

The first part of this competition, the driven dressage, was held on Wednesday, May 13, 2011 at 1:00 pm. The second competition, the obstacle cone driving, was held on Friday, July 15, 2011 at 9:00 pm. The final phase, the marathon, was held on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 2:30 pm.

Driver driven dressage
score
obstacle cone driving
score
marathon
score
Total
score
prize
money
()
1 Australia Boyd Exell 35.97 0.00 90.76 126.73 5,000 €
2 Netherlands IJsbrand Chardon 37.76 3.00 92.97 133.73 3,000 €
3 United States Chester Weber 37.25 0.00 100.51 137.76 2,250 €
4 Germany Georg von Stein 51.20 0.00 99.11 150.31 1,500 €
5 Hungary Zoltán Lazar 47.74 6.43 96.59 150.76 750 €
6 Netherlands Theo Timmerman 47.10 0.00 103.95 151.05 500 €
7 Germany Michael Brauchle 62.08 2.56 89.36 154.00 280 €
8 Switzerland Daniel Würgler 48.26 0.00 106.58 154.84 220 €
9 Switzerland Werner Ulrich 57.73 0.00 97.54 155.27 150 €
10 Sweden Fredrik Persson 49.15 0.00 107.76 156.91 150 €

(top 10 of 25 competitors)[14]

Best of Champions[edit]

The "Best of Champions" was a show jumping competition with two rounds and a joker obstacle after the second round.[15] The height of the fences will be up to 1.50 meters. It will be held on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 8:30 pm.

The competition was held in 2011 in a new mode without a horse change. Up to 2010 it was a special show jumping competition with a horse change of the four competitors.

Since 2011 the best six women and the best six men in the FEI World Ranking have the permission to start in this competition. Also the best placed German men and women in the World Ranking can start in this competition.

Rider Horse Round 1 Round 2 Joker after
Round 2
Total Penalties prize
money
Penalties Time of the
Round 2 (s)
1 Germany Janne Friederike Meyer Holiday by Solitour 0 0 -4 -4 44.29 18,000 €
2 Sweden Rolf-Göran Bengtsson Carusso 0 0 -4 -4 47.52 13,000 €
3 Republic of Ireland Denis Lynch Lord Luis 4 0 -4 -4 41.53 8,000 €
4 United States Beezie Madden Amadora 4 0 -4 -4 41.88 5,000 €
5 United States Laura Kraut Dona Evita 0 0 0 0 41.97 4,000 €

(Top 5 of 14 Competitors)[16]

Grand Prix Freestyle (dressage)[edit]

The Grand Prix Freestyle (or Grand Prix Kür), also called the "Großer Dressurpreis von Aachen" (Grand dressage price of Aachen) was the final competition of the CDIO 5* at the 2011 CHIO Aachen.

A Grand Prix Freestyle is a Freestyle dressage competition. The level of this competition is at least the level of a Grand Prix de Dressage, but it can be higher than the level of a Grand Prix Spécial.

The Grand Prix Freestyle at the CDIO 5* (2011 CHIO Aachen) was held on Sunday, July 17, 2011 at 10:00 am. The Deutsche Bank was the sponsor of this competition.

Rider Horse Score prize
money ()
1 Germany Matthias Alexander Rath Totilas 82.825 % 30,000 €
2 United States Steffen Peters Ravel 82.000 % 18,000 €
3 Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival 81.775 % 13,500 €
4 United Kingdom Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris 79.825 % 9,000 €
5 Germany Christoph Koschel Donnperignon 79.700 % 5,000 €

(top 5 of 15 competitors)[17]

Nations Cup of Germany (four-in-hand-driving)[edit]

The four-in-hand-driving nations cup was the official four-in-hand-driving competition of Germany.

The first part of this competition, the driven dressage, was held on Thursday, May 14, 2011 at 10:00 am. The second competition, the marathon, was held on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 2:30 pm. The final phase, the obstacle cone driving, was held on Sunday, July 17, 2011 at 10:00 am.

Team Driver driven dressage
score
marathon
score
obstacle cone driving
score
Total
score
prize
money
()
1  Netherlands IJsbrand Chardon 38.91 92.97 0.00
Koos de Ronde 59.52 104.08 3.00
Theo Timmerman 45.82 103.95 3.00
284.65 5,600 €
2  Germany Michael Brauchle 55.42 89.36 6.91
Christoph Sandmann 43.65 118.49 0.94
Georg von Stein 48.51 99.11 5.55
287.12 3,500 €
3   Switzerland Felix Affrini 58.37 129.51 16.52
Werner Ulrich 48.51 97.54 0.00
Daniel Würgler 46.34 106.58 0.00
298.97 2,500 €
4  Hungary Jozsef Dobrovitz 52.35 102.57 16.73
Jozsef Dobrovitz junior 52.99 121.48 0.86
Zoltán Lazar 45.18 96.59 7.34
304.89 2,000 €
5  Sweden Tomas Eriksson 53.25 101.34 2.22
Axel Olin 82.82 118.92 14.05
Fredrik Persson 49.92 107.76 10.34
324.83 1,800 €
6  United Kingdom Georgina Hunt 54.27 228.61 15.28
Daniel Naprous 71.04 eliminated 21.67
Robert Wilkinson 57.22 140.30 12.63
508.31 1,600 €

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[18]

Großer Preis von Aachen (show jumping)[edit]

The "Großer Preis von Aachen", the show jumping Grand Prix of Aachen, was the mayor show jumping competition of the 2011 CHIO Aachen. It was held on Sunday, July 17, 2011 at 3:00 pm. The competition was a show jumping competition with two round and one jump-off, the height of the fences were up to 1.60 meters.

The main sponsor of the "Großer Preis von Aachen" was Rolex. The Grand Prix was endowed with 350,000 €.

Rider Horse Round 1 Round 2 Jump-off prize
money
Penalties Time
(s)
Penalties Time
(s)
1 Germany Janne Friederike Meyer Lambrasco 0 0 74.14 110,000 €
2 France Kevin Staut Silvana 4 0 70.28 80,000 €
3 Germany Andreas Kreuzer Chacco-Blue 0 4 70.77 50,000 €
4 Portugal Luciana Diniz Winningmood 0 4 72.89 28,000 €
5 Germany Ludger Beerbaum Gotha FRH 4 0 73.64 19,000 €

(Top 5 of 40 Competitors)[19]

Sport farewell of successful horses[edit]

At Saturday evening Jos Lansink and the audience in Aachen say goodbye to the Gold-winning horse of the 2006 World Equestrian Games in Aachen, the grey Holsteiner stallion Cumano.[20]

Also an other horse hero of the 2006 World Equestrian Games had say goodbye at the 2011 Aachen. After the victory in the "Preis von Europa" Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum decided that the sport farewell of her dark bay Shutterfly. The Hanoverian gelding say goodbye to the audience in Aachen after the show jumping Grand Prix.[21]

Television / Live Video[edit]

The German TV stations (WDR, ARD and ZDF) had broadcast more than 15 hours from the 2011 CHIO Aachen, most of them live.[22] Across Europe Eurosport broadcast a two-hour summary programme of the 2011 CHIO Aachen (Show jumping nations cup and show jumping Grand Prix).

Much of the competition are streamed live by the German IPTV-channel ClipMyHorse.

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Equestrian Festival – CHIO Aachen Archived May 29, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ 2012 Olympic Qualification: Team result
  3. ^ 2012 Olympic Qualification: Individual result
  4. ^ start list 2011 Nations Cup of Germany (vaulting)
  5. ^ result 2011 Nations Cup of Germany (vaulting)
  6. ^ CHIO Aachen: time tunnel (see 1960 image)
  7. ^ result 2011 Prize of Europe
  8. ^ result 2011 Nations Cup of the Germany (dressage)
  9. ^ result Grand Prix de Dressage, CDIO 5*
  10. ^ result 2011 FEI Nations Cup of Germany
  11. ^ result Grand Prix Spécial, CDIO 5*
  12. ^ team result 2011 Nations Cup of Germany (eventing) after dressage
  13. ^ individual result CICO 3* Aachen 2011
  14. ^ result 2011 Combined individual classification (four-in-hand-driving)
  15. ^ CHIO Aachen: Janne-Friederike Meyer wurde „Best of Champions“, July 17, 2011 (German)
  16. ^ result 2011 Best of Champions
  17. ^ result Grand Prix Freestyle, CDIO 5*
  18. ^ result 2011 Nations Cup of the Germany (four-in-hand-driving)
  19. ^ result 2011 Großer Preis von Aachen
  20. ^ Thank you Cumano! with pictures
  21. ^ CHIO Aachen: Bye-bye Shutterfly!
  22. ^ CHIO Aachen on TV

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