Tensions rose in tandem with the temperatures today during the exciting cones phase, with double world champion Felix Marie Brasseur from Belgium first of the 36 competitors to drive a double clear round, much to the pleasure of the enthusiastic spectators and Brasseur’s team members. Read More
Brasseur was the first of the 36 competitors to drive a double clear round, much to the pleasure of the enthusiastic spectators and Brasseur’s team members. Read More
Irish Show Jumpers lodged a protest after an on-course incident. Read More
The reigning World Champions from the Netherlands won the gold medal with a lead of less than four faults in the Mercedes-Benz Prize. Read More
It was a rip-roaring thriller from start to finish, with course designer Frank Rothenberger presenting a massive track that produced spectacular jumping and the best of great sport. Read More
The eight-year-old, grey mare Cacharel was the best among the young jumping horses in the Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup today, which is part of the supporting programme of the FEI European Championships Aachen 2015. Read More
Germany loses its lead to France in the heated competition at the FEI European Championshipsin Aachen Read More
Jamal Rahimov crossed the finish line clear in a time of 63.14 seconds with his eleven-year-old Belgian stallion, Excenel V. Read More
They are the favorites among the vaulters at the FEI European Championships in Aachen and in the first discipline, the group compulsory test, they have definitely lived up to this role Read More
The Orange drivers have taken the lead in the nations standings with 77.69, followed by Hungary (95.80) and Belgium (97.69). Read More

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