The CHIO Aachen is the official equestrian show of the Federal Republic of Germany. This is where all of the Nations’ Cups in the five disciplines dressage, jumping, eventing, driving and vaulting are staged. World-class equestrian sport meets up with a very special atmosphere in Aachen. Every year around 350,000 spectators from all over the globe come to the Aachen Soers to experience the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen.

 

300 days left until Aachen 2018! Get your tickets now before they sell out! Read More
The Aachen ribbons and horse passport still sat on the center island in the tack room along with her appointment book.There were other items barely unpacked from her European Nations Cup Tour. For Olivia LaGoy Weltz it was business as usual back in Haymarket, Virginia. Read More
Watch the slide show. Laura Graves and Verdades (AKA Diddy) advanced to the number two spot in the FEI World Dressage Rankings after a successful showing at the 2017 World Equestrian Festival CHIO Aachen in July. This equals the highest ranking ever by a U.S. dressage combination. Read More
The first equestrian Major of the year has been won by Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet riding Coree, thrilling the 40,000 capacity crowds in the main arena at CHIO Aachen in a dramatic jump off. Read More
On Sunday, Gregory Wathelet claimed the victory in the “Rolex Grand Prix” at the CHIO Aachen 2017. In an interview, the Belgian rider talked about the fascination of Aachen, the material that Major winners are made of and his birthday plans. Read More
After two rounds and the subsequent jump-off in the “Rolex Grand Prix, the Grand Prix of Aachen”, Gregory Wathelet was able to assert himself against the entire world elite Read More
An interview Scott Brash, the only Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping winner, at the Major CHIO Aachen. He answered questions about his preparations for the Rolex Grand Prix, who accompanies him and which competitors he fears most. Read More
Mission possible! “We are going to claim the Cup back”, was the declaration by Hans Melzer with regards to the DHL Prize. And his riders did just that. Read More
After his excellent dressage test and fourth place in today’s Marathon Boyd Exell is still clearly in the lead in the individual classification of the combined competition. Read More
What better way to kick off your thirties then by winning at Aachen? Laura Graves and Verdades finally over took the queen of dressage, Isabell Werth in the Grand Prix Special. Read More

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