Nations Cup Lineup to Expand to Eight Countries in 2019 While FEI Reviews Series Future

The Swedish team of Patrik Kittel, Antonia Ramel, Juliette Ramel and Jeanna Högberg that won the Nations Cup at Falsterbo in 2018. Sweden went on to win the series for the second year in a row.

Nov. 5, 2018

By KENNETH J. BRADDICK

The Nations Cup series is scheduled to expand to eight countries in 2019, the most in seven years of the trans-Atlantic competition lineup whose future will come under scrutiny by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) that initiated the set of shows.

The series that was launched by the FEI in 2013 in hopes of generating excitement and pariticpation similar to jumping and eventing Nations Cups series has had up to 15 countries a season participating–despite lukewarm support from some national federations, and multiple competition formats that have made events difficult for spectators to follow.

Although called a series, the Nations Cups are essentially a string of individual events with no final. But the country that has accumulated the most points is declared the series winner. Of the six years of the series so far, the overall victor has had a team at the year’s final event three times.

The most Nations Cups in a season were seven staged in 2018, up from six most years. Sweden and the Netherlands have each claimed the series title twice, Germany and the United States one apiece.

“It is the goal of the DC (Dressage Committee),” Frank Kemperman, the chairman, said in a report for the FEI General Assembly later this month, “to start the discussion about the future of this series” with national federations. show organizers and athletes.

The FEI itself has provided less than wholehearted support, dropping distribution of news releases about events while providing complete coverage of jumping and eventing Nations Cups. It also turned down an offer of a donation of an actual cup as a perpetual trophy and miniatures for the annual series winning team combinations, saying it was working on a sponsor for the series. Seven years later there is no sponsor and the series winner still gets a silver tray.

The longest running dressage Nations Cup is at the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany which began in 1977 and in recent years has had as many as nine teams.

The only Nations Cups outside Europe has been the CDIO3* at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, Florida.

The Wellington CDIO3* event is the only one in the series to provide for teams of mixed big and small tour combinations in line with the Pan American Games format, but was not part of the series in the 2013 inaugural season and in 2017 did not get enough entries to meet the minimum requirement of four teams.

In addition to Canada and the U.S., Australia, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands have fielded teams, mostly made up of riders based in North America or in Wellington for the three-month long winter circuit. Costa Rica and Colombia have also competed.

For 2019, the Wellington Nations Cup has been moved to mid-March from its end-of-circuit date in an effort to attract more teams, especially in a year of the Pan Ams held only once every four years.

The competition schedule for 2019 is:

Mar. 12-17–CDIO3*-NC Wellington (USA)
May 16-19–CDIO5*-NC Compiègne (FRA)
May 23-26–CDIO4*-NC Uggerhalne (DEN)
June 17-23–CDIO5*-NC Geesterern (NED)
July 5-7–CDIO4*-NC Järvenpää (FIN)
July 11-14–CDIO5*-NC Falsterbo (SWE)
July 17-21–CDIO5*-NC Aachen (GER)
July 25-28–CDIO3*-NC Hickstead (GBR)

Järvenpää in Finland is an addition to the schedule while Geesterern in the Netherlands substitues for Rotterdam which will host the European Championships in August instead of the usual CDIO5*.

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Germany’s Kathleen Keller & San Royal Win Oldenburg CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle

Kathleen Keller and San Royal.

OLDENBURG, Germany, Nov. 4, 2018–Germany’s Kathleen Keller and San Royal won the CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle Sunday.

Kathleen and the 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding scored 76.935 per cent for the win, the second this year having captured the Hamburg Derby Freestyle in May.

Germany’s double Olympic eventing gold medalist Ingrid Klimke on Franziskus placed second on 74.835 per cent and Great Britain’s Lara Butler on Kristjan third on 73.860 per cent.

Results:

CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle

Judges-E: Monique Peutz-Vegter H: Gustav Svalling C: Christoph Hess M: Reinhard Richenhagen B: Maria Colliander

Pl. KNR Horse Nat. Rider E H C M B Total
1. 471 San Royal 3
W Old Schwb 2007 San Remo x Grand Royal Z: Rosemann,Martina B: Stall Keller GmbH&Co.KG,
GER
Kathleen Keller
HH-Schleppjagdverein e.V.
2,200 72.750%
79.000%

(1)
76.750%
79.000%

(1)
76.250%
79.000%

(1)
74.750%
78.000%

(2)
74.250%
79.600%

(1)
76.935%
1538.7
2. 259 Franziskus 15
H Hann Db 2008 Fidertanz x Alabaster Z: Albers,Elisabeth B: Holkenbrink,Wilhelm
GER
Ingrid Klimke
RV St.Georg Münster e.V.
1,700 72.750%
78.000%

(2)
69.750%
74.000%

(4)
73.500%
75.000%

(3)
74.250%
80.000%

(1)
71.500%
79.600%

(2)
74.835%
1496.7
3. 660 Kristjan
W Old DB 2005 Polarion x Napoleon Quatre Z: Dr Bechtolsheimer B: Dr and Mrs Bechtolsheimer
GBR
Lara Butler
GBR
1,200 70.000%
76.000%

(3)
70.750%
74.000%

(3)
73.500%
79.000%

(2)
69.750%
75.000%

(4)
70.000%
80.600%

(3)
73.860%
1477.2
4. 678 West Side Story
S Old R 2008 San Amour x Donnerhall Z: Henry Grosse Macke B: Wettstein Marie-Line
SUI
Estelle Wettstein
SUI
900 68.250%
74.000%

(5)
69.000%
76.000%

(2)
72.000%
76.000%

(4)
73.000%
78.000%

(3)
71.000%
75.200%

(4)
73.245%
1464.9
5. 325 Meggle’s Boston
H KWPN Db 2006 Johnson x Partout Z: Pleyter,Maatschap B: Georgihof GmbH & Co.KG,
GER
Matthias Bouten
RFV Graf von Schmettow Eversael
800 67.000%
69.000%

(8)
67.750%
70.000%

(5)
69.500%
73.000%

(6)
69.250%
73.000%

(5)
69.250%
72.400%

(5)
70.015%
1400.3
6. 614 Aswin
W KWPN DB 2005 Sandreo x Jazz Z: G. Gijsbers B: J.G.C. Bruil – Hofs & J.R.L. Lui
NED
Jean-Rene Luijmes
NED
700 69.750%
73.000%

(4)
65.500%
68.000%

(8)
71.000%
73.000%

(5)
67.500%
73.000%

(7)
66.000%
71.200%

(8)
69.795%
1395.9
7. 200 Dark Dancer 22
W Hann R 2007 Dancier x Hohenstein Z: ZG Wolf u.Bialek, B: Prigge,Martina
GER
Elisa Prigge
RFV Echem-Scharnebeck
90 67.250%
72.000%

(6)
66.750%
70.000%

(6)
67.500%
69.000%

(7)
69.000%
72.000%

(6)
68.500%
72.400%

(6)
69.440%
1388.8
8. 322 Lukas 911
W Bay B 2005 Lagiator x Wenckstern Z: Volkert,Hans B: Stieglmaier,Walter
GER
Franziska Stieglmaier
RFV Roth-Untersteinbach e.V.
90 67.250%
71.000%

(7)
66.750%
69.000%

(7)
66.750%
69.000%

(8)
65.750%
74.000%

(8)
66.500%
72.000%

(7)
68.800%
1376

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Hubertus Schmidt & Escolar Win Oldenburg Louisdor Prize Qualifier, Ingrid Klimke & Aussie-Bred Dante 2nd to Earn Final Start

Hubertus Schmidt and Escolar. © 2018 www.sportfotos-lafrentz.de

OLDENBURG, Germany, Nov. 3, 2018–Hubertus Schmidt and Escolar won and Ingrid Klimke placed second on the Australian-bred SPH Dante in the Louisdor Prize to wrap up qualifying for the German final for developing Grand Prix horses.

Hubertus and the nine-year-old Westfalen stallion (Estobar NRW x Fürst Piccolo) scored 75.512 per cent for the win to give the German team rider a second mount in the final of horses aged eight to 10 years in Frankfurt Dec. 13-16. He qualified Chrysler earlier in the series.

Ingrid Klimke, Olympic gold medal eventer for Germany, rode SPH Dante to second place on 72.767 per cent. Ingrid has been riding Dante, a 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Welfenadel x Dormello) bred in Australia, for only a few weeks.

Qualifiers for Louisdor Prize final:

Hagen: 1. Daniel Bachmann Andersen (DEN)/Blue Hors Veneziano, 2. Hubertus Schmidt (GER)/Chrysler
Wiesbaden: 1. Isabell Werth (GER)/Quintus 2. Marcus Hermes (GER) ZINQ Abegglen FH
Werder: 1. Benjamin Werndl (GER)/Famoso 2. Kristina Bröring-Sprehe (GER)/Destiny OLD
Donaueschingen: 1. Emma Hindle (GBR)/Diesel 2. Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (GER)/Ferdinand BB
Ising: 1. Aexandra Sessler (GER)/Chilly Jam DSP 2. Matthias Alexander Rath (GER)/Foundation
Oldenburg: 1. Hubertus Schmidt (GER)/Escolar 2. Ingrid Klimke (GER)/SPH Dante

Final
Dec. 13-16 Frankfurt

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Lionella von Rosencarree Ridden by Dorothee Schneider to Win Series-Ending Nürnberger Burg-Pokal Qualifier

Lionella von Rosencarree ridden by Dorothee Scheider. © 2018 Maximilian Schreiner

NÜRNBERG, Germany, Nov. 3, 2018–Lionella von Rosencarree, a nine-year-old Hanoverian mare, was ridden by Dorothee Schneider on Saturday to win the series-ending Nürnberger Burg-Pokal qualifier and earn an invitation to the final of the German small tour championship in December.

The German team rider and Lionella von Rosencarree (Londontime x Corradino) scored 73.024 per cent for the win and give Dorothee two mounts in the prestigious final in Frankfurt Dec. 13-16. She won on First Romance, an eight-year-old German Sport Horse gelding, in May in the second of 12 qualifying Prix St. Georges Special competitions for horses aged seven to nine years.

Annabell Frenzen was second on Kiefferhof’s Imperius on 72.390 per cent and third on Silber Stern on 71.244 per cent at this Faszination Pferd qualifier. She had already earned a final start on Silber Stern.

The annual Burg-Pokal was launched in 1992.

Winners of the 2018 qualifiers:

Hagen: Friederike Hahn Die Fürstin 73.927%
Mannheim: Dorothee Schneider First Romance 73.659%
Redefin: Kira Wulferding Brianna 76.171%
München: Annabel Frenzen Silber Stern 72.756%
Balve Optimum: Hubertus Schmidt Bonamour 73.372%
Werder: Kira Wulferding Bohemian Rhapsodie 75.927%
Bettenrode: Ann-Christin Wienkamp Daley Thompson 72.780%
Neu-Anspach: Thomas Wagner  QC Fillipo Niro 72.122%
Verden: Ingrid Klimke Bluetooth 74.707%
Donaueschingen: Isabell Werth Descolari 74.488%
Schenefeld: Susan Pape Harmony’s Eclectisch 73.756%
Nürnberg: Dorothee Schneider Lionella von Rosencarree 73.024%

Final

Dec. 13-16 Frankfurt

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Future of World Equestrian Games to be Reviewed by FEI

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Nov. 2, 2018–The FEI–International Equestrian Federation–has pledged a review of the World Equestrian Games that could spell the end of the showcase of the combined championships of eight equestrian disciplines staged once very four years. Ingmar de Vos, who is running unopposed for a second term as president ...

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Isabell Werth & Emilio Win Lyon World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle, Sweden’s Patrik Kittel and Antonia Ramel 2nd & 3rd

Isabell Werth and Emilio. © 2018 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

LYON, France, Nov. 2, 2018–Isabell Werth rode Emilio to victory in the World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle Friday in the German superstar’s first competition to defend the title she captured the past two years.

Patrik Kittel in the debut show on Delatio placed second with Swedish compatriot Antonia Ramel on Brother de Jeu posting a career high score and the first above 80 per cent for third place.

Isabell and the 12-year-old Westfalen gelding ranked No. 3 in the world scored 84.410 per cent for the win, a day after capturing the Grand Prix at the second of 10 qualifying events in western Europe. As the defending World Cup champion on Weihegold OLD, her world No. 2 mount, Isabell needs only to compete to earn a start at the final in Gothenburg, Sweden next April.

Patrik, a three-time Olympian and World Games competitor for Sweden, scored 80.980 per cent for second place. Based in Germany and a new father with his wife Lyndal Oatley, an Australian Olympian, Patrik has a barn full of Grand Prix mounts, including Deja ranked 10th in the world and Well Done de la Roche CMF that he competed at Tryon and is ranked No. 15.

Antonia Ramel and Brother de Jeu, the 12-year-old KWPN she has competed at international level for 18 months, were awarded 80.060 per cent for third place.The previous best result for the pair was 74.660 per cent set at Falsterbo, Sweden in July.

Juan Matute Guimon and Quantico, the 12-year-old gelding that he first competed at international level as a young rider in 2014, also posted a personal best score of 77.070 per cent for sixth place in the 20-year-old rider’s first European World Cup event.

Juan moved to Madrid this year to go to university and develop his riding after more than decade with his family in Wellington, Florida. He has both Spanish and American citizenship and rode Quantico on the Spanish team at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon in September.

Results:

CDI-W Grand Prix Freestyle
Judges-E: Francis Verbeek-NED H: Katrina Wüst-GER C: Isabelle Judet-FRA M: Andrew R. Gardner-GBR B: Susanne Baarup-DEN

Pl. CNO Horse/Rider Nat. E H C M B Total

Classement des concurrents

1. 608 Emilio Isabell Werth ger  Tech.:  78.750 % 80.500 % 78.250 % 80.750 % 79.250 % 84.410 %
13,750.00 EUR
bay / 12y. / G / WESTF / Ehrenpreis / Cacir AA / 103UX58 / Madeleine Winter-Schulze & Isabell  Art.:  93.000 % 88.000 % 88.600 % 88.000 % 89.000 %
 Total  85.875 %
(1)
84.250 %
(1)
83.425 %
(1)
84.375 %
(1)
84.125 %
(1)
2. 617 Delatio Patrik Kittel swe  Tech.:  77.250 % 76.250 % 79.250 % 79.000 % 74.250 % 80.980 %
10,000.00 EUR
bay / 14y. / S / HANN / De Niro 6 / Rubinstein I / 105GE82 / Elena Knyaginicheva  Art.:  85.800 % 83.400 % 84.400 % 86.400 % 83.800 %
 Total  81.525 %
(2)
79.825 %
(4)
81.825 %
(2)
82.700 %
(2)
79.025 %
(3)
3. 616 Brother de Jeu Antonia Ramel swe  Tech.:  74.750 % 76.750 % 75.500 % 73.000 % 74.000 % 80.060 %
7,500.00 EUR
black / 12y. / G / KWPN / Voice / Jazz / 105EH24 / La Pomme HB  Art.:  86.600 % 86.800 % 83.800 % 83.800 % 85.600 %
 Total  80.675 %
(3)
81.775 %
(2)
79.650 %
(3)
78.400 %
(4)
79.800 %
(2)
4. 609 Sammy Davis Jr. Dorothee Schneider ger  Tech.:  73.000 % 74.500 % 72.500 % 74.000 % 70.250 % 79.365 %
5,625.00 EUR
black / 12y. / G / DSP / San Remo / Wenckstern / 105KW44 / Matthias Herbert  Art.:  88.200 % 86.400 % 83.400 % 85.200 % 86.200 %
 Total  80.600 %
(4)
80.450 %
(3)
77.950 %
(5)
79.600 %
(3)
78.225 %
(5)
5. 607 Rubins Nite Hayley Watson-Greaves gbr  Tech.:  69.750 % 71.750 % 72.750 % 71.750 % 72.750 % 77.355 %
3,125.00 EUR
black / 14y. / G / BHHS / Rubin-Royal / Limbo / 103RB72 / Hayley Watson – Greaves  Art.:  82.600 % 84.400 % 82.000 % 80.800 % 85.000 %
 Total  76.175 %
(7)
78.075 %
(6)
77.375 %
(8)
76.275 %
(7)
78.875 %
(4)
6. 603 Quantico Juan Matute Guimon esp  Tech.:  69.000 % 73.750 % 74.500 % 72.750 % 69.500 % 77.070 %
2,500.00 EUR
bay / 12y. / G / Fighting Fit / Constant / 104FE38 / Juan Matute  Art.:  82.800 % 83.200 % 83.400 % 80.800 % 81.000 %
 Total  75.900 %
(9)
78.475 %
(5)
78.950 %
(4)
76.775 %
(6)
75.250 %
(9)
7. 613 Zanardi Hans Peter Minderhoud ned  Tech.:  69.250 % 71.000 % 72.750 % 72.250 % 70.750 % 77.040 %
1,875.00 EUR
grey / 14y. / S / KWPN / Rubels / Avignon / 104EF78 / H.P.F. Minderhoud & R.Landa  Art.:  82.600 % 84.000 % 82.200 % 81.600 % 84.000 %
 Total  75.925 %
(8)
77.500 %
(9)
77.475 %
(6)
76.925 %
(5)
77.375 %
(7)
8. 601 Blind Date Victoria Max-Theurer aut  Tech.:  73.250 % 74.000 % 74.250 % 72.750 % 72.500 % 76.575 %
1,250.00 EUR
chest / 16y. / M / HANN / Breitling W / Donnerhall / GER43435 / Gestüt Vorwerk & E. Max-Theurer  Art.:  81.000 % 81.400 % 80.600 % 78.200 % 77.800 %
 Total  77.125 %
(5)
77.700 %
(7)
77.425 %
(7)
75.475 %
(8)
75.150 %
(10)
9. 606 Sir Donnerhall II OLD Morgan Barbancon Mestre fra  Tech.:  69.000 % 70.750 % 70.000 % 69.500 % 71.250 % 75.990 %
625.00 EUR
dbay / 12y. / S / OLDBG / Sandro Hit / Donnerhall / 103RO36 / Henrik Nyreroed & Sabine Kloy  Art.:  83.400 % 81.600 % 80.200 % 80.000 % 84.200 %
 Total  76.200 %
(6)
76.175 %
(10)
75.100 %
(10)
74.750 %
(10)
77.725 %
(6)
10. 614 Zippo Patrick Van der Meer ned  Tech.:  69.250 % 73.500 % 70.750 % 73.250 % 69.250 % 75.160 %
625.00 EUR
chest / 14y. / G / KWPN / Rousseau / Haarlem / 103NA98 / Trainingsstal De Hoeve  Art.:  79.000 % 81.600 % 79.800 % 77.200 % 78.000 %
 Total  74.125 %
(11)
77.550 %
(8)
75.275 %
(9)
75.225 %
(9)
73.625 %
(12)
11. 615 Diavolessa VA Tatyana Kosterina rus  Tech.:  68.000 % 70.500 % 70.500 % 71.750 % 70.750 % 73.670 %
625.00 EUR
bay / 10y. / M / HANN / Don Frederico / Londonderry / 105AQ96 / Josef Scheele von Alven  Art.:  77.200 % 77.600 % 76.000 % 77.600 % 76.800 %
 Total  72.600 %
(12)
74.050 %
(12)
73.250 %
(13)
74.675 %
(11)
73.775 %
(11)
12. 602 Euclides Mor Juan Antonio Jimenez Cobo esp  Tech.:  71.250 % 72.000 % 71.000 % 70.750 % 69.500 % 73.450 %
625.00 EUR
9y. / S / Riopele / Gingão / 104UN73 / Abelardo Morales Puron  Art.:  78.400 % 78.000 % 75.600 % 73.200 % 74.800 %
 Total  74.825 %
(10)
75.000 %
(11)
73.300 %
(12)
71.975 %
(13)
72.150 %
(13)
13. 604 After You Ludovic Henry fra  Tech.:  67.250 % 66.500 % 70.000 % 69.500 % 71.000 % 73.265 %
625.00 EUR
bay / 15y. / G / DSP / Abanos / Ragazzo / 103EV75 / Giorgia & Ludovic & Alexandre Henry  Art.:  77.200 % 75.400 % 79.600 % 76.600 % 79.600 %
 Total  72.225 %
(13)
70.950 %
(13)
74.800 %
(11)
73.050 %
(12)
75.300 %
(8)
14. 605 Quartz of Jazz Marie Emilie Bretenoux fra  Tech.:  65.500 % 65.250 % 67.750 % 67.750 % 64.500 % 69.955 %
625.00 EUR
bay / 14y. / G / SEFR / Lawrence / Urleven Pironniere / 104IB12 / Jean Bretenoux  Art.:  75.400 % 73.600 % 74.000 % 72.000 % 73.800 %
 Total  70.450 %
(14)
69.425 %
(15)
70.875 %
(14)
69.875 %
(14)
69.150 %
(14)
15. 610 Gelo Delle Schiave Pierluigi Sangiorgi ita  Tech.:  62.000 % 68.250 % 65.750 % 67.000 % 64.250 % 66.905 %
625.00 EUR
bay / 11y. / G / MIPAAF / Stakkato / Contendro / 104RW65 / Sttefano Brecciaroli  Art.:  65.400 % 71.400 % 68.000 % 68.600 % 68.400 %
 Total  63.700 %
(15)
69.825 %
(14)
66.875 %
(15)
67.800 %
(15)
66.325 %
(15)

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Germany’s Hubertus Schmidt & Imperio Win Oldenburg CDI4* Grand Prix on 5th Anniversary of Big Tour Debut

Hubertus Schmidt and Imperio. © Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

OLDENBURG, Germany, Nov. 2, 2018–Hubertus Schmidt celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Big Tour debut of Imperio by riding the 15-year-old Trakehner stallion to victory in the CDI4* Grand Prix Friday.

The Olympic team rider and Imperio scored 73.761 per cent to lead a German sweep of the top six places, all above 70 per cent.

Hubertus, a 2004 Olympic and 2006 World Games rider, rode Imperio in the stallion Grand Prix debut at this same show in 2013. The pair have made 51 Grand Prix starts, including on two Nations Cup teams.

Anabel Balkenhol on Heuberger TSF placed second on 72.565 per cent with German Olympic event rider Ingrid Klimke on Franziskus third on 72.522 per cent.

Results:

CDI4* Grand Prix

Judges-E: Reinhard Richenhagen H: Monique Peutz-Vegter C: Maria Colliander M: Gustav Svalling B: Christoph Hess

 

Pl. KNR Horses Nat. Rider E H C M B Total
1. 285 Imperio 3
H Trak. B 2003 Connery x Balfour xx Z: Keunecke,Hartmut B: Bayer.Haupt-u.Landgestüt Schwaigang,DOKR,Schmidt,Hubertus & Doris
GER
Hubertus Schmidt
RV Altenautal e.V.
2.200,00 EUR 74.674%
343.5
(1)
73.587%
338.5
(1)
71.304%
328
(3)
74.239%
341.5
(2)
75.000%
345
(1)
73.761%
1696.50
2. 514 Heuberger TSF
H Trak. Schwb 2007 Imperio x Michelangelo Z: Gestüt Webelsgrund Erdsiek KG, B: Gestüt Webelsgrund Erdsiek KG,
GER
Anabel Balkenhol
RV St.Georg Münster e.V.
1.700,00 EUR 73.804%
339.5
(2)
71.522%
329
(3)
72.283%
332.5
(2)
71.739%
330
(6)
73.478%
338
(3)
72.565%
1669.00
3. 259 Franziskus 15
H Hann Db 2008 Fidertanz x Alabaster Z: Albers,Elisabeth B: Holkenbrink,Wilhelm
GER
Ingrid Klimke
RV St.Georg Münster e.V.
1.300,00 EUR 72.826%
335
(3)
71.848%
330.5
(2)
70.109%
322.5
(4)
74.674%
343.5
(1)
73.152%
336.5
(4)
72.522%
1668.00
4. 498 ZINQ Abegglen FH
W Westf Schwb 2010 Ampere (NLD) x Carabas Z: Nagelschmidt-Terwort,Christa B: Gestüt Freiberger Hof/Baumgürtel,
GER
Marcus Hermes
ZRFV Appelhülsen e.V.
900,00 EUR 70.870%
326
(6)
71.413%
328.5
(4)
72.500%
333.5
(1)
72.717%
334.5
(4)
73.587%
338.5
(2)
72.217%
1661.00
5. 325 Meggle’s Boston
H KWPN Db 2006 Johnson x Partout Z: Pleyter,Maatschap B: Georgihof GmbH & Co.KG,
GER
Matthias Bouten
RFV Graf von Schmettow Eversael
700,00 EUR 72.065%
331.5
(4)
69.130%
318
(7)
69.239%
318.5
(7)
72.935%
335.5
(3)
71.630%
329.5
(7)
71.000%
1633.00
6. 471 San Royal 3
W Old Schwb 2007 San Remo x Grand Royal Z: Rosemann,Martina B: Stall Keller GmbH&Co.KG,
GER
Kathleen Keller
HH-Schleppjagdverein e.V.
400,00 EUR 69.783%
321
(8)
70.000%
322
(5)
69.891%
321.5
(5)
69.565%
320
(9)
73.043%
336
(5)
70.457%
1620.50
7. 660 Kristjan
W Old DB 2005 Polarion x Napoleon Quatre Z: Dr Bechtolsheimer B: Dr and Mrs Bechtolsheimer
GBR
Lara Butler
GBR
300,00 EUR 70.870%
326
(6)
69.130%
318
(7)
68.587%
315.5
(10)
69.130%
318
(10)
71.739%
330
(6)
69.891%
1607.50
8. 448 Whitney 341
S Rhld Db 2006 Wolkenstürmer x Fortissimo Z: Raskop,Alfons B: Gestüt Moosbend Gemo KGaA,de Ridr,Jill
GER
Jill de Ridder
RFV Hof Rossheide
71.957%
331
(5)
68.370%
314.5
(11)
69.130%
318
(8)
69.674%
320.5
(8)
69.022%
317.5
(11)
69.630%
1601.50
9. 614 Aswin
W KWPN DB 2005 Sandreo x Jazz Z: G. Gijsbers B: J.G.C. Bruil – Hofs & J.R.L. Lui
NED
Jean-Rene Luijmes
NED
69.130%
318
(10)
69.130%
318
(7)
68.043%
313
(12)
72.283%
332.5
(5)
69.022%
317.5
(11)
69.522%
1599.00
9. 211 Diamond’s Diva 2
S Old Db 2006 Diamond Hit x Santander H Z: ZG Scherbring GbR, Hans u.Britta, B: Dressage Grand-Ducal,
GER
Insa Hansen
RSC Osnabruecker Land e.V.
68.587%
315.5
(11)
69.348%
319
(6)
69.674%
320.5
(6)
70.652%
325
(7)
69.348%
319
(10)
69.522%
1599.00
11. 658 Heartbreaker
W Hann SCHI 2004 His Highness x Espri Z: B: Gert Saborowski
FIN
Emma Kanerva
FIN
68.370%
314.5
(12)
68.804%
316.5
(10)
66.848%
307.5
(13)
65.543%
301.5
(17)
70.217%
323
(8)
67.957%
1563.00
12. 678 West Side Story
S Old R 2008 San Amour x Donnerhall Z: Henry Grosse Macke B: Wettstein Marie-Line
SUI
Estelle Wettstein
SUI
67.500%
310.5
(14)
66.304%
305
(15)
68.152%
313.5
(11)
66.957%
308
(14)
69.783%
321
(9)
67.739%
1558.00
13. 322 Lukas 911
W Bay B 2005 Lagiator x Wenckstern Z: Volkert,Hans B: Stieglmaier,Walter
GER
Franziska Stieglmaier
RFV Roth-Untersteinbach e.V.
68.370%
314.5
(12)
67.500%
310.5
(12)
68.804%
316.5
(9)
68.587%
315.5
(11)
64.565%
297
(17)
67.565%
1554.00
14. 719 Fats Domino 13
H Hann B 2007 Fidertanz x De Niro Z: Brenninkmeyer,Sabine B: Capellmann-Lütkemeier,Gina
GER
Fabienne Müller- Lütkemeier
RFV Paderborn e.V.
69.239%
318.5
(9)
64.565%
297
(17)
65.870%
303
(16)
66.630%
306.5
(15)
68.587%
315.5
(13)
66.978%
1540.50
15. 626 Charmeur
H KWPN F 2007 Florencio 2 x Jazz Z: H. van Helvoirt B: N.F. Witte
NED
Madeleine Witte-Vrees
NED
65.435%
301
(17)
67.391%
310
(13)
66.630%
306.5
(14)
68.152%
313.5
(12)
65.326%
300.5
(16)
66.587%
1531.50
15. 644 Elmegardens Marquis
W DWB B 1999 Michellino x Lucky Light Z: Maria Schnoor B: Joanne Vaughan
GEO
Joanne Vaughan
GEO
65.543%
301.5
(16)
66.957%
308
(14)
66.522%
306
(15)
67.174%
309
(13)
66.739%
307
(14)
66.587%
1531.50
17. 679 Wonder
S Hann F 2002 Waterford x Regazzoni Z: ZG Cord u. Elke Haase B: 21st Century Horse S.L.
ESP
Nicole Vazquez Kremer
ESP
67.283%
309.5
(15)
65.000%
299
(16)
64.457%
296.5
(17)
64.674%
297.5
(18)
64.022%
294.5
(18)
65.087%
1497.00
18. 200 Dark Dancer 22
W Hann R 2007 Dancier x Hohenstein Z: ZG Wolf u.Bialek, B: Prigge,Martina
GER
Elisa Prigge
RFV Echem-Scharnebeck
65.217%
300
(18)
64.348%
296
(18)
62.826%
289
(18)
65.870%
303
(16)
65.978%
303.5
(15)
64.848%
1491.50

Source: Dressage News

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Ala Nikanorava of Belarus Provisionally Suspended for 2 Months for Controlled Medication Substances in World Cup Horse Vaksayd

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Nov. 1, 2018–Ala Nikanorava of Belarus has been been provisionally suspended for two months after controlled medication substances were found in Vaksayd at a Moscow World Cup event in September. Suspension of the Belarus team rider began Tuesday, Oct. 30 after the report to the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) o ...

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Isabell Werth & Emilio Win Lyon World Cup Grand Prix, Sweden’s Patrik Kittel Debuts Delatio for Runner-Up

Isabell Werth and Emilio. © 2018 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

LYON, France, Nov. 1, 2018–Isabell Werth and Emilio, ranked No. 3 in the world, captured the World Cup Grand Prix Thursday as the German superstar launches her campaign as the defending titleholder for a third straight Final win. Swedish Olympian Patrik Kittel placed second on Delatio in his debut on the stallion.

Isabell and the 12-year-old Westfalen gelding (Ehrenpreis x Cacir AA) scored 75.326 per cent for the win, the eighth victory in 12 starts this year.

In the latest world rankings posted Thursday, Isabell ranks second behind America’s Laura Graves and Verdades on her 2017 and 2018 World Cup champion Weihegold OLD, third on Emilio and fourth on Bella Rose. She needs to compete twice on the same horse in World Cup qualifiers to earn a start at the final in Gothenburg Sweden in April. In the past, she has

The Germany-based Patrik Kittel, who has competed in three Olympics and three World Games, was awarded 74.783 per cent for runner-up.

Patrik has four horses on the world rankings and was given the ride last month on Delatio, a 14-year-old Hanoverian stallion, that had previously been ridden by Emile Faurie of Great Britain.

The German World Games combination of Dorothee Schneider and Sammy Davis Jr. were third on 73.848 per cent.

Results:

CDI-W Grand Prix
Judges-E: Isabelle Judet-FRA H: Susanne Baarup-DEN C: Andrew R. Gardner-GBR M: Francis Verbeek-NED B: Katrina Wüst-GER

Rank HNR Competitor Nat. E H C M B Total

Placed competitors

1. 608 Emilio Isabell Werth ger 75.326 % 74.130 % 76.630 % 76.304 % 74.239 % 75.326 %
4,050.00 EUR
bay / 12y. / G / WESTF / Ehrenpreis / Cacir AA / 103UX58 / Madeleine Winter-Schulze & Isabell (2.) (3.) (2.) (2.) (1.)
2. 617 Delatio Patrik Kittel swe 76.087 % 74.457 % 73.913 % 76.739 % 72.717 % 74.783 %
3,000.00 EUR
bay / 14y. / S / HANN / De Niro 6 / Rubinstein I / 105GE82 / Elena Knyaginicheva (1.) (2.) (5.) (1.) (2.)
3. 609 Sammy Davis Jr. Dorothee Schneider ger 70.870 % 74.565 % 76.739 % 74.674 % 72.391 % 73.848 %
1,950.00 EUR
black / 12y. / G / DSP / San Remo / Wenckstern / 105KW44 / Matthias Herbert (8.) (1.) (1.) (3.) (4.)
4. 616 Brother de Jeu Antonia Ramel swe 73.261 % 72.826 % 75.326 % 74.457 % 72.391 % 73.652 %
1,500.00 EUR
black / 12y. / G / KWPN / Voice / Jazz / 105EH24 / La Pomme HB (4.) (4.) (3.) (4.) (4.)
5. 603 Quantico Juan Matute Guimon esp 71.630 % 71.630 % 75.109 % 72.391 % 71.304 % 72.413 %
1,275.00 EUR
bay / 12y. / G / Fighting Fit / Constant / 104FE38 / Juan Matute (6.) (8.) (4.) (5.) (9.)
5. 613 Zanardi Hans Peter Minderhoud ned 73.804 % 72.283 % 73.587 % 70.000 % 72.391 % 72.413 %
1,275.00 EUR
grey / 14y. / S / KWPN / Rubels / Avignon / 104EF78 / H.P.F. Minderhoud & R.Landa (3.) (6.) (6.) (9.) (4.)
7. 614 Zippo Patrick Van der Meer ned 70.652 % 72.609 % 73.261 % 71.196 % 72.609 % 72.065 %
1,050.00 EUR
chest / 14y. / G / KWPN / Rousseau / Haarlem / 103NA98 / Trainingsstal De Hoeve (9.) (5.) (7.) (7.) (3.)
8. 601 Blind Date Victoria Max-Theurer aut 70.543 % 71.957 % 71.413 % 72.174 % 71.957 % 71.609 %
900.00 EUR
chest / 16y. / M / HANN / Breitling W / Donnerhall / GER43435 / Gestüt Vorwerk & E. Max-Theurer (11.) (7.) (8.) (6.) (8.)

Total: 15,000.00 EUR

Other, non-placed competitors

9. 607 Rubins Nite Hayley Watson-Greaves gbr 70.652 % 69.891 % 71.087 % 69.348 % 72.174 % 70.630 %
black / 14y. / G / BHHS / Rubin-Royal / Limbo / 103RB72 / Hayley Watson – Greaves (9.) (11.) (9.) (11.) (7.)
10. 606 Sir Donnerhall II OLD Morgan Barbancon Mestre fra 71.739 % 69.565 % 70.761 % 70.435 % 69.674 % 70.435 %
dbay / 12y. / S / OLDBG / Sandro Hit / Donnerhall / 103RO36 / Henrik Nyreroed & Sabine Kloy (5.) (13.) (10.) (8.) (11.)
11. 602 Euclides Mor Juan Antonio Jimenez Cobo esp 71.304 % 71.630 % 69.348 % 69.783 % 69.565 % 70.326 %
9y. / S / Riopele / Gingão / 104UN73 / Abelardo Morales Puron (7.) (8.) (12.) (10.) (12.)
12. 615 Diavolessa VA Tatyana Kosterina rus 68.261 % 70.000 % 69.891 % 68.043 % 69.239 % 69.087 %
bay / 10y. / M / HANN / Don Frederico / Londonderry / 105AQ96 / Josef Scheele von Alven (13.) (10.) (11.) (12.) (14.)
13. 604 After You Ludovic Henry fra 68.587 % 69.674 % 68.043 % 67.391 % 69.457 % 68.630 %
bay / 15y. / G / DSP / Abanos / Ragazzo / 103EV75 / Giorgia & Ludovic & Alexandre Henry (12.) (12.) (14.) (13.) (13.)
14. 605 Quartz of Jazz Marie Emilie Bretenoux fra 65.978 % 68.478 % 69.022 % 65.978 % 70.109 % 67.913 %
bay / 14y. / G / SEFR / Lawrence / Urleven Pironniere / 104IB12 / Jean Bretenoux (14.) (14.) (13.) (14.) (10.)
15. 610 Gelo Delle Schiave Pierluigi Sangiorgi ita 61.848 % 64.891 % 64.891 % 62.935 % 63.478 % 63.609 %
bay / 11y. / G / MIPAAF / Stakkato / Contendro / 104RW65 / Sttefano Brecciaroli (15.) (15.) (15.) (15.) (15.)
16. 612 MDH Avanti N.O.P. Anne Meulendijks ned EL
bay / 13y. / G / KWPN / United / Farrington / 103IA54 / MDH Sporthorses BV & A. Meulendijks

Source: Dressage News

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