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.

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The marathon course was spread out over the large property across the street from the stadium. Organizers had to put a stop to ticket sales as the crowd swelled to capacity to watch the drama unfold among the top four-in-hand drivers and teams in Europe. Read More
The sun streamed through the clouds to light up the main arena, as 40,000 passionate equestrian fans waited for the world’s top international riders to contend for the second Major of the year in the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping. Read More
The best equestrian photo of the year was selected among 116 entered and awarded by the Aachen organizing committee to honor equestrian photographers throughout the world with the Silver Camera Award. Read More
The spectators clapped in rhythm, the horse owner, Madeleine Winter-Schulze, wiped a tear from her eye and determined Isabell Werth clenched her fist in triumph. Read More
Silence in the dressage arena? Not in Aachen. Okay, not always. There was definitely a fantastic atmosphere this evening during the LUMILEDS Prize, the Grand Prix Freestyle of the CDI4* Tour, when Shelly Francis was presented with the golden rosette. Read More
After the first two competitions in the DHL Prize, of the Eventing Nations Cup at the CHIO Aachen, all signs indicated that it was going to be a success across the board for Germany. However, today’s cross-country course brought several surprises with it – especially for Julia Krajewski. Read More
You’d think if someone had already won 595 Grand Prix competitions at national and international level, they had got used to it. But Isabell Werth certainly didn’t give that impression today when she left the arena with Bella Rose after her receiving 80.149 percent for her ride. Read More
The Obstacle Driving Competition, where the drivers can choose their own course through the obstacles, was on the agenda for the four-in-hand drivers today. Depending on the degree of difficulty there is a fixed amount of points for successfully passing through the obstacles. Read More
20-year old Jil-Marielle Becks claimed the victory in the individual classification of the Intermédiaire II (and with the team of the U25 Nations Cup) with her Damon’s Satelite, then she went one better in the Short Grand Prix: The judges awarded the pair a score of 73.128 for their performance. Read More
It was a crazy day of dressage at Aachen with a rabbit running through the arena, an uncharactaristic perfomance by the Olympic Gold Medalist, and a strong finish for the USA on German soil. Read More

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