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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History is written in Aachen and heroes are made! Just like this evening during the Mercedes-Benz Nation’s Cup at the CHIO Aachen 2017, when Germany succeeded in claiming the victory in this traditional competition for the second time in succession. Read More
Less than one point is separating rivals World Champion Boyd Exell (AUS) and US National Champion Chester Weber after the Dressage phase of competition at Aachen in the combined driving for four-in-hand horses. It will be a battle of nerves and experience during the marathon on Saturday. Read More
“We are extremely satisfied,” was the conclusion of Germany’s national dressage coach, Monica Theodorescu, after the Prize of the Tesch Family, the first classification in the Lambertz Dressage Nations’ Cup. No wonder as her team has a huge lead. Read More
The US Dressage Team continues to show their international prowess as demonstrated at Aachen CHIO finishing second in the first leg of the Lambertz Nations Cup. Read More
Round one in the Lambertz Dressage Nations’ Cup, the Grand Prix in the battle for the Prize of the Tesch Family, was a clear matter. It was impossible to beat Werth & co. Read More
The first ‘major’ test at the CHIO Aachen 2017 is over and just like last year the victory in the “Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe”, the first qualifier for the “Rolex Grand Prix” on Sunday, went to the Canadian rider, Eric Lamaze and “Fine Lady” Read More
2017 is an historical year in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. For the first time ever a Nations’ Cup was staged for under 25-year-old dressage riders, the Prize of the Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Foundation. This premiere helped the Dutch riders to overcome a trauma. Read More
When Canada’s Eric Lamaze and his equally small and nimble Hanoverian-bred mare, Fine Lady, are in the jump-off, his fellow competitors have to keep on their toes. Read More
The four-in-hand-drivers opened the CHIO Aachen 2017 today with the Prize of the Firma Horsch, Der Entsorger, a dressage competition. This class also suffered the impact of the storm that suddenly hit the Soers. Whereby, this didn’t affect the performance of Australian’s eternal winner, Boyd Exell. Read More
Some of Germany’s best talented young horses and most talented riders had to take their places behind Anna Kasprzak and Quarton and Juan Matute Guimon and Dhannie Ymas. Read More

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