Fire at Janne Friederike Meyer-Zimmermann’s Yard

Janne Friederike Meyer got a fright when she was on her way back from the Glock Horse Performance Center in Villach: there was a fire at her yard in Pinneberg, so the  Hamburger Abendblatt said. But the show-jumper who just completed the building of the yard together with her husband this year was lucky: the animals […]

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Pato Muente & Zera

Derby Winner Zera to Beerbaum

Pato Muente and 10-year-old mare Zera were the surprise winners of the Hamburger Derby. For three years the Slowenian born in Argentina rode the Cera I Calato daughter but in the future Zera will live in Markus and Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum’s stable. As yet Zera was owned partly by Muente himself as well as Harm Thormählen. Muente […]

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Vincenco Truppa

New Accusations in the Vincenzo Truppa Case

The case of dressage judge and horse owner Vincenzo Truppa had been closed. Last year he was accused for breach of contract by the Italian Equestrian federation since he had sold Eremo del Castegno, the horse of his daughter Valentina, to Brazil Dr. Jorge de la Rocha even though the horse was bound to the […]

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Dibo’s Avedon in Good Health After Fall

Dibowski and Avedon were placed sixth after the cross country course of the CCI4* of Luhmühlen. They had a promising feeling regarding the show-jumping course but at the oxer of the triple combination the Hanoverian gelding by Heraldik xx got stuck with his right front hoof and they fell. Avedon immediately got on his feet […]

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Talan to Retire at Age 17

Abdullah Al-Sharbatly has decided to retire 17-year-old Talan by Concorde/Burggraf. The 17-year-old KWPN stallion once was introduced to the international sport by British Robert Smith. The pair attended the 2010 WEG in Kentucky. Then he was sold to HH Prince Faisal Al-Shalan from Saudi-Arabia who rode the horse at the 2014 WEG. One year later […]

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Julia Krajewski & Samourai du Thot

Luhmühlen: Hoy Misses Her Chance and Krajewski Advances

It was exciting: Bettina Hoy had the possibility to make her weekend in Luhmühlen even better than it was. After becoming German Champion she also led the competition in the show-jumping part of the CCI4*. She could even have one fence down. And she had one fence down, but also three time penalty points and […]

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Bettina Hoy & Seigneur Medicott

Luhmühlen: Gold for Bettina Hoy and Seigneur Medicott

Bettina Hoy is the new German Champion. In impressive form she won with 11-year-old Westphalian gelding Seigneur Medicott and 27,3 points. She only received one time penalty point in addition to her dressage result. The margin by which she won ahead of Michael Jung and his young horse Star Connection was impressive. Jung had 35,6 […]

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Andrew Nicholson

Is Andrew Nicholson the New German Cross Country Coach?

Since the start of the event in Luhmühlen rumours have spreaded: Is New Zealand superjockey and eventing professional Andrew Nicholson the new coach of the German eventers for the cross country? Nicholson had already been seen together with German representatives on the cross country course in Badminton, now in Luhmühlen all the riders were gathered […]

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Cian O'Connor & Callisto

Cian O’Connor Cannot be Stopped

Irish show-jumper has made the journey to the Glock Horse Performance Center in Villach for the first time and it seems he feels at home there: yesterday he won the championship, today the Perfection Tour. He and Callisto were the fastest pair. “You have to take every competition as it comes,” O’Connor said with regard […]

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Bettina Hoy & Designer

Bettina Hoy: “It’s really cool!”

Bettina Hoy is the measure of all things in Luhmühlen –  she does not only ilead the CIC*** but also the CCI**** after the cross country. She and Designer finished the course with their result from the dressage part — 36,0 penalty points. Directly behind Hoy follows Julia Krajewski with Samourai du Thot (37,1 points) and […]

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