CHIO Aachen 2016: Friday’s results
There were four show-jumping competitions taking place yesterday at the prestigious CHIO Aachen event in Germany.
The first one of the day was the NetAachen Prize and was won by Henrik von Eckermann with Gotha FRH. The Swedish star registered a double clear to take the victory ahead of Maurice Tebbel and Olivier Philippaerts in second and third respectively. Italy’s Emanuele Gaudiano meanwhile was in action with Inca’s Big Think and came in tenth place. SEE HERE for a full list of the results: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/41/competition/9/result/
In the main competition of the day, the Prize of North Rhine Westphalia, the winner was Canada’s Eric Lamaze with his mount Fine Lady 5 thanks to a double clear. Maurice Tebbel claimed another runners-up spot while Ludger Beerbaum was third. For a full results round-up, see the following link: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/41/competition/10/result/
During the afternoon, riders competed in the Prize of Sparkasse time trial won by Cian o’Connor with the KWPN Be Gentle. In second spot we find Janne Friederike Meyer and in third place Guy Williams. Azzurri rider Emanuele Gaudiano also impressed and jumped his way to fourth place with Hannover Cascadeur 31. Here is the full set of results: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/41/competition/11/result/
To continue, there wasn’t just show-jumping on display yesterday with plenty of other disciplines sharing the spotlight. One of these was dressage as the home riders dominated by taking a clean sweep of the podium in the main trial of the day. Anabel Belkenhol claimed the win with Dablino followed by fellow Germans Hubertus Schmidt and Jessica von Bredow-Werndl in second and third respectively. See here for more: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/44/competition/4/result/
Team Kreisverband Wesel won the national dressage competition whereas Juan Matute Gimon took the win in the U25 competition: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/45/competition/11/result/
Yesterday also saw the eventing discipline get underway with the home rider Bettina Hoy coming first in the DHL Prize dressage trial: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/46/competition/1/result/
In the show-jumping trial, it was Sweden’s Ludwig Svennerstal who finished first and you can see a full breakdown of the results here: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/show/8/event/46/competition/2/result/
As things stand, Germany’s Julia Krajewski leads the overall standings with Samourai du Thot with the riders set to do battle in the third and final trial today: the cross-country. Focusing back to show-jumping, the standout competition is the Prize Aachener Munchener.
Finally, paying a visit at the equestrian extravaganza was none other than football legend Karl-Heinz Rummenigge who was present to give his support to his daughter Charlotte, in action yesterday in the dressage trial ‘Prize of the Liselott & Klaus Rheinberger Foundation’.
photo credits: CHIO Aachen/Michael Strauch