• CHIO Aachen digital

    CHIO Aachen digital

    Virtual camera flight

    Virtual experience of the CHIO Aachen 2016!

    CHIO Aachen-App

    The free App for the CHIO Aachen is available now!

    The official Smartphone app for THE top international equestrian sports event of the year at Aachener Soers (July 8th – 17th, 2016). The app offers current news on the World Equestrian Festival, service and program information on your visit to the show, a live result service during the show week, photo galleries, background information and much more.

    mobile Webseite

    Um auch unterwegs einen bestmöglichen Zugriff auf www.chioaachen.de zu garantieren, wurde die Webseiten für mobile Endgeräte optimiert. Das mobile Endgerät wird dabei automatisch erkannt und die Seite entsprechend dargestellt.

    Interactive Picture

    The unique interactive picture for the World Equestrian Festival!
    Simply click on the point in the graphics and learn exciting information: From the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping through to the precise structure of the grass footing in the Main Stadium.

    Please click here!

  • Media Library

    Media Library


    CHIO Aachen 2016

    The World Equestrian Festival CHIO Aachen is more than just show. In Aachen legends are born. Watch now the new CHIO Aachen trailer!

    Virtual camera flight

    Virtual experience of the CHIO Aachen 2016!

    Talking with Hans Günter Winkler

    Hans Günter Winkler is the most successful show-jumper of all time. At the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen 2016 (July 8th-17th), he will be honored with a big gala evening.

    Watch now the video of the press conference from March, 3rd 2016 (in German)

    Kiss & Cry

    The funniest moments in the kiss & cry area of the CHIO Aachen. Enjoy!

    Talking with Christian Ahlmann

    Talking with the German show jumper Christian Ahlmann.

    European Championships Aachen 2015

    The FEI European Championships Aachen 2015 sponsored by Turkish Airlines

    Emergency doctor at the Medical-Center

    Emergency doctor at the Medical-Center at the CHIO Aachen showgrounds.

    Rolex presents the World Equestrian Festival Aachen 2015 Highlights

    Find here the highlights of the World Equestrian Festival Aachen 2015 (in English)

    Picture Galleries

    Horse and Symphony 2015

    Horse and Symfony - Here you find the impressions


    Moments of Dressage at the CHIO 2015 and 2014!


    Some beautiful impressions of the CHIO Aachen Jumping-Competitions 2015!


    Driving at the CHIO Aachen 2015 and 2014!


    Impressions of the DHL-Prize of the CHIO Aachen 2014!


    Impressions of the Vaulting competitions at the CHIO Aachen 2014!

    The CHIO Aachen on YouTube

    For the CHIO Aachen YouTube-Channel

    please click here.

    CHIO Aachen-Magazine

    The magazine is published twice a year, six weeks previous to and eight weeks after the CHIO. It costs 6,50 Euros and can be obtained at the ALRV office. The Aachener Reitturnier GmbH provides all information on the possibility to subscribe the magazine (11,50 Euros/year plus shipping costs), please contact conny.muetze@chioaachen.de.

    Current Issue

    • Editorial by Queen Silvia of Sweden
    • Partner country Sweden
    • U25 riders in the world of Astrid Lindgren
    • 90 years Hans Günter Winkler
    • The Rolex Grand Slam
    • Interview with Thomas Müller and Ludger Beerbaum
    • Germany’s riders for

    and much more!


    The magazine is published twice a year, six weeks previous to and eight weeks after the CHIO. It costs 6,50 Euros and can be obtained at the ALRV office. The Aachener Reitturnier GmbH provides all information on the possibility to subscribe the magazine (11,50 Euros/year plus shipping costs), please contact conny.muetze@chioaachen.de.

    CHIO Aachen-Magazine Archive

  • More CHIO Aachen

    More CHIO Aachen

    That`s the CHIO Aachen

    High-class, emotional, international – the fascination of CHIO Aachen

    The equestrian world has a capital city. Many comparisons have been made in the attempt to underline the standing of the CHIO Aachen, the official tournament of the Federal Republic of German: For instance it has been called the Wimbledon of equestrian sport or the Mecca of the equestrian sport world. The Federal Chancellor, Angela Merkel said, “The heart of the equestrian sport beats in Aachen.” The most successful international female show-jumper, Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, pragmatically stated “Aachen is Aachen.” Precisely. There are a number of things that make the traditional CHIO event at the Soers in Aachen so special.

    The most prestigious competitions in the world are staged here in extraordinary stadiums: Whether it is the ROLEX Grand Prix of the show-jumpers in front of 40,000 spectators or the dressage competition, the Deutsche Bank Prize, in the spectacular Deutsche Bank Stadium – competing in Aachen is pure fascination and at the same time a great challenge. “Riding with goose bumps” is how the athletes describe what it is like to be immersed in this atmosphere and experience the special moments that are unique to Aachen.

    Tens of thousands of people hold their breath in the main stadium with its memorable square-like shape with rounded corners. Not a sound can be heard apart from the hollow thuds of the horse’s hooves in the huge stadium, which is the size of two football pitches. And then? If the poles remain in place, the tension suddenly subsides and the crowd starts cheering and if a pole falls, thousands of spectators groan in unison. Visitors come from all over the world, a mixture of all sorts of languages can be constantly heard all over the showgrounds. And yet both elation and disbelief sound exactly the same in any language. Triumph and tragedy lie very close together here at the World Equestrian Festival in the Soers of Aachen. And we even have our own stadium for those who revel in the fascination of dressage. The cutting-edge Deutsche Bank Stadium holds 6,300 spectators and they form the fascinating setting for the proud horses. Not just the stadiums, also the short routes are what distinguish the CHIO grounds. The DHL Prize, the cross-country competition of the eventers and the Marathon of the four-in-hand drivers are just a few steps away. And the Albert-Vahle Arena, where the world’s top vaulters battle it out for a place on the winner’s rostrum, is just a few metres in the other direction.

    The CHIO Aachen has long since joined the league of major international events. “Aachen stands for equestrian sport, in the same way that Bayreuth personifies the opera,” the journalist Stefan Aust explained. Guests from all over the world visit Aachen, show business, sport and media stars stroll over the red carpet, celebrities from the business and political world meet up while enjoying fantastic sport.

    And somehow it is quite natural that Aachen is the hub of the equestrian world. After all, according to the legend, Carl the Great’s horse once discovered the hot springs when pawing the ground with its hooves and in doing so determined the site where the Imperial Palace and City of Aachen were later to be built.

    since 1898 - CHIO Aachen history

    From flat and hurdle racing to the CHIO
    The history of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein

    "I saved for three years, so that I could come to Aachen again this year." Of course it is not quite as extreme for the riders and drivers today, as it was for the Hungarian-born Tibor von Pettko-Szandtner in 1952 - at least not financially speaking. From the sporting aspect on the other hand, you have to really prove your ability to be invited to the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen. It is indeed the international equestrian elite, who compete in the show-jumping dressage and driving competitions at the show grounds of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein (ALRV) every year. 2007 the tournament was eventually enlarged: Now eventing and vaulting belong to the CHIO-disciplines. And even World and European Equestrian Championships are just as symbolic of Aachen as Emperor Charles the Great, printen (Aachen biscuit speciality), or the football players of Alemannia. A city that awakes emotions.

    "He has achieved enough. I just brought him back one more time, so that he can say a last goodbye to Aachen," Fritz Thiedemann said emotionally for instance after the last public performance of his legendary jumping horse, Meteor in 1961. Referring to the enthusiastic crowd that emanates a more than electric atmosphere just as much today as it did then. "Aachen stands for top sport - but also and above all for a folk festival," says ALRV President Carl Meulenbergh.
    Of course one could not possibly have foreseen this development in 1898 when the squires, factory owners, land owners, cattle traders and riding instructors from the region joined up forces to form the "Laurensberger Rennverein". Their intention was quite simple: Jointly organised horse races were designed to liven up the everyday life of the equestrian-loving people of Aachen.
    Whereby the historical foot steps that they wanted to ride into were immense even at this early date, since under the patronship of Charles the Great, riders had already competed against each other in the field one thousand years before. A tradition, which meant that Aachen had the reputation of a being "horse Mecca" up until the 19th Century.

    After the initial years of its establishment, the club that had been renamed "Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein" moved to its present location site in the 1920s: To the extensive show grounds at the Soers in Aachen. As well as the usual "racing day" the first so-called "riding and driving tournament" was staged in 1924 combined with flat and hurdle races. Twenty thousand spectators were enthralled and the foundation stone for the CHIO had been laid.
    From then on the developments raced ahead: In 1927 the first international tournament was held and two years later the first Nations' Cup and thus the actual era of the CHIO (Concours Hippique International Officiel) began. In 1938 120,000 guests from all over Europe travelled to the Soers and their riders competed against each other in 50 competitions with 600 horses.

    The war meant that things came to a halt, but it wasn't the end of the tournament. The flags of the former German opponents Great Britain, the USA and the Netherlands were already flying again in the equestrian stadium in 1947. Sport as a basis of understanding among the different folks - and the break-through into a new era. Fritz Thiedemann, Hans Günter Winkler, the Schockemöhles, the d´ Inzeos or Nick Skelton; Dr. Reiner Klimke, Josef Neckermann, Liselott Linsenhoff, Elena Petushkova or Nadine Capellmann and Isabell Werth;

    Richard Talbot, Ijsbrand Chardon or Michael Freund. These are the names that were to write equestrian history in Aachen in the following decades. Sportsmen and women who together with their horses were able to celebrate spectacular victories and occasionally had to accept bitter disappointments. At the World Equestrian Festival, at World Championships (Show-jumping: 1955, 1956, 1978 and 1986; Dressage in 1970) and European Championships (Show-jumping: 1958, 1961, 1965, 1971; Dressage 1967, 1973, 1983). Looking back the legendary German show-jumper Hans Günter Winkler says today, "Aachen was my equestrian homeland. I was lucky enough to be able to achieve great victories there. And for me it was the crowning finale being able to end my career in front of 50,000 spectators at the 1986 World Championships at the Soers."

    The place where the crowd really live for the sport, more than they do anywhere else. "You have the impression when you meet inhabitants from Aachen, that they are all purely there for the tournament, whether it be the customs offices or the hairdressers. "You have to compete in Aachen if you ride, and you have to take part in Aachen as often as possible, if you want to continue riding," the US trainer Bertalan de Nemethy realised already in the 1960s.
    And so more and more spectators come every year - it was over 336,000 in 2005, and they always include the crowned and uncrowned heads of the high society: Kings and Presidents, church delegates, international sport and media celebrities as well as the stars or the upcoming stars of show business. The CHIO has already been considered to be the most famous riding tournament in the world for some time.

    A tradition that brings obligations with it: From 2004 to 2006 the show grounds were completely renovated and put into shape for the World Equestrian Games in seven disciplines – showjumping, dressage, driving, eventing, vaulting, endurance and reining – in the year 2006 from August 20th - September 3rd. For the first time in Germany all competition locations on the showgrounds were easily accessible by foot. This was a sporting event of superlatives: Almost 800 athletes and their horses competing for 16 gold medals – and 576.000 visitors and 1,6 million television viewers shared the excitement. "It was simply sensational. This overwhelming atmosphere reached not only fans of equestrian sport but many other people as well. These World Championships have achieved a lot for the equestrian sport." says no one less than Ludger Beerbaum, one of the most successful showjumpers of all time. In 2015 the next exceptional chapter of equestrian sport was written in Aachen by hosting the FEI European Championships in five disciplines.

    By organizing such extraordinary championships the CHIO Aachen always benefits as well –even more increased media attention or further development of the renowned showgrounds in the Aachen Soers are some of the effects.

    And so sport history will be written once again in 2016 at the most famous equestrian sport showgrounds in the world.

    Facts & Figures

    Date: 2016, July 8th until 17th
    CHIO Aachen 2016 World's best riders, vaulters and drivers and their top horses will be competing at CHIO Aachen 2016 over a period of 10 days. In addition to top sport in the disciplines jumping, dressage, vaulting, driving and eventing, the visitors can also look forward to an exciting supporting program at the Soers in Aachen. In the scope of the Horse & Symphony on July 9th, the wonderful music of Aachen's Symphony Orchestra will meet fantastic equestrian sport in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. On Soers Sunday, the showgrounds are open to the public free of charge.
    expected number of visitors approx. 350,000
    Four top level sponsors:
    , Rolex, DHL, Turkish Airlines
    About 1.200 volunteers during the tournament
    More than 600 accredited journalists and over 200 TV employees
    TV coverage: 30 hours of national coverage, of which over 25 hours were programmes showing pure sport; international coverage: Broadcasts in over 140 countries
    Five disciplines:
    Jumping, Dressage, Four-in-hand Driving, Eventing, Vaulting
    Rolex Grand Slam:
    Since 2013 the CHIO Aachen, the CSIO Spruce Meadows Masters (Canada) and CHI Geneva (Switzerland) have joined forces to create the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping; the first global initiative to reward the outstanding rider who wins the Grand Prix at each show in succession – within 12 months. The winner of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping will be rewarded with a € 1 million bonus prize. Scott Brash became in 2015 the first rider who won the Rolex Grand Slam.
    350 riders and drivers from 30 countries, 550 horses (total number of horses: 950 incl. horses that take part in the show programme and the side events); the world's elite of all disciplines comes to Aachen
    CHIO-Village with approx. 200 exhibitors, total size of tents (incl. gastronomy): 22,000 square metres
    Dogs: It is forbidden to bring dogs to the tournament grounds.

    CHIO Aachen partner country 2016

    The official Opening Ceremony of the CHIO Aachen 2016 on Tuesday, July 12th (Main Stadium) is the first colourful highlight of the event.

    This year's partner country, Sweden, will present itself with a diverse mixture between traditional and typically Swedish elements. Details to be announced later. A picture gallery can be found here.

    Order ticket online.

    Store Window Contest 2016

    24th CHIO Aachen Store-window contest

    Together with the Aachen newspaper publishers, the City Market and Campaign Committee e.V. (MAC) and the City of Aachen, the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. (ALRV) organises the traditionally contest on an annual basis in the run-up to the CHIO Aachen.

    The competition was celebrating its 24th anniversary last year, which means that we are looking forward for the tastefully decorated shop-windows.

    Please find here more information about the Store Window Contest 2016.

    If there are questions left, do not hesitate to contact Svenja Hartmanns, phone: (0049)241/9171-182 and Laura Mucha, phone: (0049)241/9171-187.


    Here you can download the terms and conditions.

    Terms and Conditions 2016 (pdf, only German)
    Entry Form 2016 (pdf, only German)

    Walk of Fame in der Soers

    A star for every wonder horse

    There’s a touch of Hollywood at the Soers: The CHIO Aachen has its own “Walk of Fame”. And would one expect anything else in Aachen? It is of course the names of horses that shine underneath the stars.

    Not a footprint, but instead a horseshoe belonging to the respective four-legged superstar is embedded inside the star. They include 20 names of jumping, eventing and dressage horses, all of whom have either won the Deutsche Bank Prize, the Dressage Grand Prix of Aachen, the DHL-Prize or the Rolex Grand Prix, the Grand Prix of Aachen.

    The “Walk of Fame” can be found on the showgrounds, right next to the entrance of the CHIO Aachen offices.


    Journey through the history of equestrian sport in Aachen

    When the CHIO museum was inaugurated in the year 2007, nobody could have guessed how popular this museum was going to be only some years later. This is due to the museum’s special concept, which combines facts and emotional experiences spiced up with absolute passion for the equestrian sport.

    On an exhibition surface measuring 130 square metres, the visitors can discover a great deal, in many cases in the form of very personal objects from the eventful CHIO history, such as for instance the old riding boots of the legendary show-jumper, Hans Günter Winkler, or Nicole Uphoff’s saddle from her famous horse, Rembrandt. In addition, trophies and medals, documents, photos, rarities including an original World Championship winners‘ podium as well as the odd surprise or two ensure that visiting the museum is an entertaining experience.

    Opening hours CHIO-Museum:
    During the CHIO Aachen (from Tuesday, July 12 to Sunday, July 17) visitors can register themselves for museum-tours at the main entrance, Albert-Servais-Allee. Guided tours will be offered for up to 20 persons several times a day.

    Outside the duration of the CHIO Aachen, the museum can be visited for free regularly on Wednesdays (noon to 5 p.m.) and on Fridays (noon to 5 p.m.).

    Location / Contact:
    Albert-Servais-Allee 50, D-52070 Aachen
    Museum: ALRV offices / Riders Stand Main Stadium, 2nd Floor
    Tel: +49-(0)241-9171-0
    E-mail: museum@chioaachen.de

    History Tour

    The “History Tour" allows the visitors to inform themselves about the building history of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein (ALRV) with the aid of twelve information boards, which are located in prominent places throughout the CHIO grounds. For example the History Tour leads past the Main Stadium, the Soers cross-country course, the Deutsche Bank Stadium and the stables, thus accompanying the visitors on an exciting journey into the past of the ALRV. The development of the buildings and infrastructure on the CHIO grounds – the History Tour arouses the curiosity of the visitors and leaves no questions unanswered. Additional photos and illustrations on the information boards – from the founding years through to the present day – appear to bring “the old days“ back to life again.

    Access History Tour:
    During the CHIO Aachen, the History Tour boards can be accessed free with a ticket / accreditation for the show grounds. (except boards no. 11 "Stable Area" and 12 "Indoor Arenas", due to the stable area's restricted entrance). Outside the duration of the CHIO Aachen, the History Tour (all twelve boards) is accessible for free on workdays between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

    Download Flyer History Tour (PDF)

    Garden Eden

    The Soers as Garden of the Horses, as a green Oasis.

    We would be very glad if you would support our project "Garden Eden". By this, we will be able to create a place of tranquillity and peace, also in the interest of our children.

    Donate an opional amount of money which we will then use to plant roses and hedges. Or become the "sponsor" for a tree (€ 1.300,--) in the "Alley of 100 Trees". Of course you will receive a deductible contribution receipt for each end every donation.

    Donations Account
    Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V.
    Konto-Nr.: 666 88
    Sparkasse Aachen
    BLZ : 390 500 00

    Do you have any questions? Then please contact info@chioaachen.de

    Download Flyer "Garden Eden"
  • Karli


    ...who is Karli?

    His favorite food is carrots and Printen (famous Aachen biscuits); his film hero is Black Beauty. But yet the equestrian sport is his true passion. So for "Karli" - who is 2.30 meters tall and has clattering hooves - it is a special honour to be the mascot of the CHIO Aachen, and with that to be responsible for ensuring a good atmosphere. His colourful mane and tail make his happy appearance complete. The cuddly horse's name of course refers to the Emperor Charlemagne, and just like his famous namesake, Karli already belongs to Aachen, and one cannot imagine the city without him any more. During the CHIO Aachen the visitors and locals have already become fond of jolly Karli.

    Those who want to have Karli with them all the time and not only during his official appearances and during the CHIO can order his small toy relatives. The cuddly horses are available in the Fan-Shop.

    Karli at twitter

    Karli at facebook

    It's Karlis Birthday!

    Congratulate Karli on his 10th birthday!

    The mascot of the CHIO Aachen is celebrating a round birthday! All CHIO Aachen and Karli fans can now show their creative side: Congratulate Karli with a poem, shoot a video, take a photo, paint a picture, craft him something or dance for him. The jury will choose a winner from among the best entries, and together with the Zeitungsverlag Aachen we will invite the winner and his/her family (max. 5 people) to the CHIO Aachen on Friday, July 15th. We will organise an exciting look behind the scenes and of course a meet-and-greet with the birthday horse, Karli, for the personal souvenir photo.

    Please send your ideas via mail or e-mail to

    CHIO Aachen
    z.Hd. Melanie Pyschny
    Albert-Servais-Allee 50, 52070 Aachen
    E-Mail: melanie.pyschny@chioaachen.de

  • German youth championships 2017

    German youth championships 2017

    From August 11th to 13th, 2017, the best young riders meet at the German youth championships 2017. They will compete in the disciplines Show Jumping, Dressage and Vaulting at the traditional show grounds of the CHIO Aachen.


  • About us

    About us

    Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V.

    Members ALRV

    Being a Member of the ALRV

    The Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. (ALRV), organiser of the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, is a non-profit association with long tradition. In 1898 it was founded by Arnold Deden, Gustav Rensing, Hubert Wienen and some local farmers and merchants (click here for more information regarding the ALRV's history). Currently the association has about 600 individual members and 30 member companies who through their membership demonstrate their deep bond with the ALRV and the CHIO Aachen. Click here for the Articles of Association of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V.

    The ALRV-membership embraces several advantages, among others the gratis distribution of the quarterly ALRV-Newspaper and the biannual CHIO-Magazine, a season ticket for the standing area and, on demand, a season parking ticket for the CHIO Aachen as well as an invitation to the annual General Assembly including the right to vote.

    Download Application
    Download Articles of Association

    ALRV Newspaper

    Exclusively for its members, employees and volunteers, the ALRV regularly produces the "ALRV-Newspaper" with current information on the association and the CHIO Aachen. Editions that have been published so far can be downloaded below:

    ALRV-Zeitung Ausg. 25 (April 2016) - only German
    ALRV-Zeitung Ausg. 24 (Dezember 2015) - only German
    ALRV-Zeitung Ausg. 23 (August 2015) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 22 (March 2015) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 21 (November 2014) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 20 (Juni 2014) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 19 (December 2013) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 18 (April 2013) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 17 (Dezember 2012) - only German
    ALRV-Zeitung No. 16 (September 2012) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 15 (June 2012) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 14 (April 2012) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 13 (November 2011) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 12 (May 2011) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 11 (October 2010) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 10 (May 2010) - only German
    ALRV-Newspapaer No. 9 (December 2009) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 8 (September 2009) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 7 (June 2009)
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 6 (MarchALRV-Newspaper No. 6 (March 2009)
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 5 (December 2008)
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 4 (September 2008)
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 3 (June 2008) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 2 (March 2008) - only German
    ALRV-Newspaper No. 1 (December 2007) - only German

    Managing Board


    Supervisory Board


    Advisory Board


    Honorary Members


    Social commitment of the ALRV

    As a non-profit organisation, the
    Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. is
    involved in many different areas.

    Here you can go to the different areas

    Social commitment of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein

    • Charity co-operation "Glücks-Bringer" ("bringer of luck")
      Supporting the disabled is a matter of personal importance for the ALRV. Since 1998, the "big stage CHIO Aachen" serves as platform to call national and international attention to the importance of therapeutic riding. Of course the German Curatorship for Therapeutic Riding (DKThR) and the Kinder-Unterstützungs-Fonds (KUF) of the DKThR are not only allowed to have an information booth in the CHIO village, but they also may collect money for the good cause. In the past years, the CHIO visitors donated several ten thousand Euros. Furthermore, the ALRV has donated a therapy pony named "CHIO" to the riding and therapy centre Lohner Hof e.V. near Aachen.
      Therapy facilities in the region of Aachen: Lohner Hof Reit- und Therapiezentrum e.V., Eschweiler; Reittherapiezentrum Abenteuerland, Aachen; Zentrum für Therapeutisches Reiten, Stolberg; Reitstall Rattenhaus, Eynatten/Belgien.Eynatten/Belgium.
    • "Horse & Symphony" for the benefit of UNICEF
      The atmospheric concert in the Deutsche Bank Stadium together with the Symphony Orchestra Aachen is sold out annually. A part of the proceeds is donated to UNICEF and the Missionary Childhood of Germany "Die Sternsinger".
    • Free tickets
      Everybody should be able to experience the CHIO Aachen. So the ALRV provides free tickets for kindergardens, schools, workshops for the handicapped and other institutions.
    • Tickets for underprivileged citizens of Aachen
      Owners of the "Aachen Pass" can buy tickets for the event days Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday for the symbolic prize of 2 Euros (standing area), 3 Euros (non-roofed grand stand) and 5 Euros (roofed grand stands).
    • We make wishes come true
      Several associations work to fulfill the wishes of children that are critically ill, and to enable them to make very special experiences. Repeatedly the ALRV has worked together with those associations to make such wishes come true. So there have been several co-operations in the course of the CHIO Aachen with associations like "Wünsch Dir was e.V." and the "Make a Wish Foundation".
    • Donations
      Up until 1997 there were fund-raising campaigns in co-operation with the WDR for "The children of Perm". This campaign has now been substituted by a focus on the support of therapeutic riding.

    CHIO Aachen as meeting point for all

    • Soers Sunday
      On the "open day", the citizens of Aachen and their guests meet on the show grounds in the Soers - with the entry being free. A diversified show programme, a festive ecumenical church service in the Deutsche Bank Stadium and an entertaining programme for families with for example face painting, pony riding and lots of more offers make a cheery kick-off for the second event week.
    • Partner country on the market square
      It's always a maginifent scenery when the CHIO's partner country enters Aachen's market square: With horses and carriages and folklore groups,  the ALRV and the partner country say "thankyou" to the citizens of Aachen and to the CHIO's audience for their hospitality. The entry to the event on Monday evening is of course free.
    • Soers Evenings
      On  CHIO-Friday, the CHIO Village is open to everyone after the end of the sport programme. There are the CHIO-Night powered by STAWAG in the "Soerser Winkel" and the STAWAG Party starting at 9.00 p.m. in the "Soerser Zelt".

    Infrastructure on the show grounds accessible fo the disabled

    • Grand stands for wheelchair users
      The modern stadiums in the Soers of course provide comfortable grand stands for the disabled. Areas for wheelchair users are available in the jumping stadium (Mercedes-Benz Grand Stand, AachenMünchener Grand Stand) and in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. More information: (49) 241-9171-119
    • Disabled restrooms
      There are numerous disabled restrooms (with Euro-key) on the whole show grounds.
    • Accessible routes for the disabled
      By and by, the show grounds are modified with accessible routes for the disabled and for wheelchair users. Recently, the alleys around and to the Driving stadium were newly paved.
    • Parking for the disabled
      There are parking spaces for disabled visitors adjacent to the show grounds, they can also be reserved in advance. Contact: (49) 241-9171-119

    Commitment for youth and young riders

    • Salut-Festival Aachen
      It is one of the most important and most renowned horse shows for young riders in Germany, the annual Salut-Festival Aachen. The ALRV is the organiser of the four-day indoor jumping show in November/December, featuring the nation's best pony riders, juniors and young riders. The entry for spectators is free.
    • German Youth Championships
      Already in 2003, the ALRV had been co-organiser of the German Youth Championships on the CHIO show grounds. 2010, the ALRV organised the German Youth Championships in jumping, dressage and vaulting on the CHIO grounds. In 2017 the ALRV will organize the German Youth Championships again on the show grounds of the CHIO Aachen.
    • "Childrens' and Youth Days" in the course of the CHIO
      The ALRV regularly invites children and adolescents to attend the CHIO Aachen. School classes obtain free tickets for the sport programme and there is a special show programme in the Main Stadium.
    • CHIO Kids Club
      For children between four and twelve years of age are professionally supervised and provided with beverages on all tournament days. Please find here more information.

    Dedication for culture and international understanding

    • CHIO-Museum
      The CHIO-Museum on the ALRV grounds documents and illustrates the history of the ALRV and its tournaments since 1898. A lot of interesting exhibits and extraordinary objects from the long history of the tournament and of horse sport in Aachen can be inspected here. The entry is free of charge, opening hours during the year are on Wednesdays 12 noon to 5 p.m. and on Fridays 9 a.m. to 12 noon, during the CHIO, the opening hours times differ.
    • Partner country
      Since 2001, there has been an annual CHIO partner country. Upon invitation of the ALRV, the countries present themselves, and the resulting intercultural exchange enhances the CHIO's unique atmosphere.
    • Aachen Horse Academy
      The ALRV has been founder member of the international centre of horse culture "Aachen Horse Academy", a foundation that is committed to the history of the horse and its significance for the history of development and culture of humans.
    • Aachen School of Equestrian Art and Design
      Participants from all over the world come to Aachen each year to take part in the symposia of the internationally renowned course designer Dr. Arno Gego. The ALRV supports the Aachen School of Equestrian Art and Design and provides its facilities and infrastructure free of charge for these events.

    Commitment not only for professional but also for amateur sport

    • Support through ALRV's infrastructure
      The ALRV provides its show grounds to the Kreispferdesportverband Aachen e.V. for training sessions at cost prize (they only pay the operating costs). Also the riding associations from the region of Aachen can use the show grounds upon request for a reduced rent for horse shows.

    Pioneering role with regards to clean sport and welfare of the horse

    • Far more than what's required...
      For many years now, the ALRV has its own Commissioner for Ethics, Animal Welfare and Fair Play. Furthermore, there are much more stewards and doping controls in the course of the CHIO Aachen than are mandatorily required by regulations. Additionally, the ALRV exhausts all its options to promote and uphold a clean sport, in the course of the CHIO Aachen 2009 for example, a thermography camera was used to prevent manipulation of horses' legs.
    • Permanent stable buildings instead of temporary solutions
      There are 430 boxes in 13 permanent stable buildings available for the horses. This guarantees optimum conditions like a permanent temperature and enough space. More than 25 employees (without stewards/veterinary staff) care for the animals in the stables' area, a modern veterinary centre with more than 25 staff members is also available on the show grounds.

    Commitment for the environment

    • Plantings on the show grounds
      1988 the ALRV launched the project "Garden Eden". Plantings on the grounds guarantee an ongoing optical improvement of the traditional facility in the Soers. For a donation, interested persons can assume a sponsorship for a tree on the CHIO grounds.
    • Partner of the "Grünmetropole" (green metropolis)
      The ALRV is partner in the "Grünmetropole", one of the transboundary projects for the future development of the border triangle in the fields of tourism, technology and sciences.
    • Protection of the environment
      The ALRV is committed to the protection of nature in Aachen's Soers. Trees, hedges and further wood structures were planted in the past, the Soers Hochkirchen-brook has been renaturalised. Further measures were the extensification of wetland, the use of nesting aids for little owls and the development of marginal vegetation.

    Activities for ALRV-members

    • Exclusive Events
      ALRV-members enjoy regular and exclusive events.
    • Discounts on member fees
      Upon request, volunteers of the CHIO Aachen and young members (up to 30 years of age) can get a discount on the ALRV member fees.

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  • Archive


    Results 2006 - 2015

    Previous Winners Jumping (CSIO)

    Winners Rolex Grand Prix (1927 - today)

    1927 Major Lotz (GER), "Olnad"
    1928 Leutn. Halberg (SWE), "Loke"
    1929 Leutn. Halberg (SWE), "Mephisto"
    1930 Capt. Lombardi (ITA), "Roccabruna"
    1931 Capt. Filliponi (ITA), "Nasello"
    Oberstl. Borsarelli (ITA), "Crispa"
    Capt. Lequie (ITA), "Norgil"
    1932 Major Bettoni (ITA), "Nereide"
    1933 Oberstl. Brandt (GER), "Coralle"
    1934 A. Holst (GER), "Bianka"
    1935 Oberstl. Tudoran (ROM), "R. de Solei"
    1936 Oberstl. Rang (ROM), "Delfis"
    1937 Olt. Brinkmann (GER), "Erle"
    1938 Oberstl. Mondron (BEL), "Ibrahim"
    1939 Rittm. Brinkmann (GER), "Baron IV"
    1947 Prinz zu Salm (GER), "Garant"
    1948 Col. Wing (USA), "Totila"
    1949 Pol.-Meister Hafemann (GER), "Erle II"
    1950 Pol.-Meister Hafemann (GER), "Erle II"
    1951 Fritz Thiedemann (GER), "Original Holsatia"
    1952 Lt. Piero d'Inzeo (ITA), "Uruguay"
    1953 Fritz Thiedemann (GER), "Aar"
    1954 H.G. Winkler (GER), "Orient"
    1955 Fritz Thiedemann (GER), "Meteor"
    1956 Francisco Goyoaga (ESP), "Fahnenkönig"
    1957 H.G. Winkler (GER), "Halla"
    1958 Magnus von Buchwald (GER), "Flugwind"
    1959 Cap. Piero d'Inzeo (ITA), "The Rock"
    1960 G.H. Morris (USA), "Night Owl"
    1961 Cap. Pieor d'Inzeo (ITA), "The Rock"
    1962 Alwin Schockemöhle (GER), "Freiherr"
    1963 Cap. Raimondo d'Inzeo (ITA), "Posilipo"
    1964 Nelson Pessoa (BRA), "Gran Geste"
    1965 Dr. Miguel H. Arrambide (ARG), "Chimbote"
    Major Piero d'Inzeo (ITA), "Bally Black"
    1966 Neal Shapiro (USA), "Jacks or Better"
    1967 Andrew Fielder (GBR), "Vibart"
    1968 Alwin Schockemöhle (GER), "Donald Rex"
    Hendrik Snoek (GER), "Dorina"
    1969 Alwin Schockemöhle (GER), "Wimpel II"
    H.G. Winkler (GER), "Enigk"
    1970 Hermann Schridde (GER), "Heureka"
    1971 Marcel Rozier (FRA), "Sans Souci"
    Neal Shapiro (USA), "Sloopy"
    1972 Nelson Pessoa (BRA), "Nagir"
    1973 Hauptmann Paul Weier (SUI), "Fink"
    1974 Paul Schockemöhle (GER), "Talisman"
    1975 Graham Flechter (GBR), "Buttevant Boy"
    1976 Gerd Wiltfang (GER), "Davos"
    1977 Harvey Smith (GBR), "Graffiti"
    1978 Eddi Macken (IRL), "Boomerang"
    1979 Paul Schockemöhle (GER), "El Paso"
    1980 Liz Edgar (GBR), "Forever"
    1981 Malcolm Pyrah (GBR), "Towerlands Anlgezarke"
    1982 Nick Skelton (GBR), "Everest if Ever"
    1983 Willi Melliger (SUI), "Van Gogh"
    1984 Paul Schockemöhle (GER), "Deister"
    1985 Dr. Michael Rüping (GER), "Silbersee"
    1987 Nick Skelton (GBR), "Raffles Apollo"
    1988 Nick Skelton (GBR), "Raffles Apollo"
    1989 Franke Sloothaak (GER), "Walzerkönig"
    1990 Thomas Fruehmann (AUT), "Grandeur"
    1991 Anne Kursinski (USA), "Starman"
    1992 Jos Lansink (NED), "Optiebeurs Egano"
    1993 Jean-Claude Vangeenberghe (BEL), "Osta Carpets Carrera"
    1994 Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA), "Loro Piana Special Envoy"
    1995 Jean-Claude Vangeenberghe (BEL), "Omnistor Freestyle"
    1996 Ludger Beerbaum (GER), "Sprehe Ratina Z"
    1997 John Whitaker (GBR), "Virtual Village Welham"
    1998 Hugo Simon (AUT), "E.T. FRH"
    1999 Trevor Coyle (IRL), "Cruising"
    2000 Otto Becker, "Dobel's Cento"
    2001 Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED), "De Sjiem"
    2002 Ludger Beerbaum (GER), "Goldfever 3"
    2003 Ludger Beerbaum (GER), "Goldfever 3"
    2004 Markus Fuchs (SUI), "Tinka's Boy"
    2005 Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER), "Shutterfly"
    2006 Marcus Ehning (GER) "Nolte's Küchengirl"
    2007 Beezie Madden (USA) "Authentic"
    2008 Albert Zoer (NED) "Sam"
    2009 Denis Lynch (IRL) "Lantinus"
    2010 Eric Lamaze (CAN) "Hickstead"
    2011 Janne-Friederike  Meyer (GER) "Cellagon Lambrasco"
    2012 Michael Whitaker (GBR) "GIG Amai"
    2013 Nick Skelton (GBR) "Big Star"
    2014 Christian Ahlmann (GER) "Codex One"
    2015 Scott Brash (GBR) "Hello Sanctos"

    Winners Mercedes Benz Nations' Cup (1929 - today)

    1929 SWE
    1930 ITA
    1931 ITA
    1932 GER
    1933 GER
    1934 ITA
    1935 GER
    1936 GER
    1937 IRL
    1938 RUM
    1939 GER
    1952 ITA
    1953 ESP
    1954 ESP
    1955 GER
    1956 BRA
    1957 GER
    1958 ESP
    1959 ITA
    1960 GER
    1961 GER
    1962 USA
    1963 GER
    1964 ITA
    1965 ITA
    1966 ITA
    1967 GBR
    1968 ITA
    1969 GER
    1970 GER
    1971 USA
    1972 GER
    1973 GER
    1974 GER
    1975 GER
    1976 ITA
    1977 GER
    1978 GER
    1979 IRL
    1980 FRA
    1981 GBR
    1982 GER
    1983 SUI
    1984 SUI
    1985 USA
    1986 USA (WM)
    1987 USA
    1988 FRA
    1989 GBR
    1990 FRA
    1991 NED
    1992 GER
    1993 SUI
    1994 GBR
    1995 IRL
    1996 GER
    1997 NED
    1998 GER
    1999 SUI
    2000 GBR
    2001 BEL
    2002 SUI
    2003 IRL
    2004 GER
    2005 USA
    2006 GER
    2007 GER
    2008 GER
    2009 FRA
    2010 IRL
    2011 NED
    2012 FRA
    2013 NED
    2014 BEL

    Previous Winners Dressage (CDIO)

    Winners Deutsche Bank Prize (1955 - today)

    1955 Liselott Linsenhoff (GER), "Adular"
    1956 Liselott Linsenhoff (GER), "Adular"
    1957 Rosemarie Springer (GER), "Thyra"
    1958 Joan Gold (GBR), "Gay Gordon"
    1959 Harry Boldt (GER), "St. Georg"
    1960 T. Galvin (USA), "Rath Patrick"
    1961 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Asbach"
    1962 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Asbach"
    1963 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Förster"
    1964 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Antoinette"
    1965 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Antoinette"
    1966 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Dux"
    1967 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Dux"
    1968 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Marino"
    1969 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Marino"
    1970 Elena Petushkova (URS), "Pepel"
    1971 Josef Neckermann (GER), "Venetia"
    1972 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "York 8"
    1973 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Mehmed"
    1974 Christine Stückelberger (SUI), "Granat"
    1975 Christine Stückelberger (SUI), "Granat"
    1976 Christine Stückelberger (SUI), "Granat"
    1977 Christine Stückelberger (SUI), "Granat"
    1978 Harry Boldt (GER), "Woyceck"
    1979 Dr. Uwe Schulten-Baumer (GER), "Slibovitz"
    Harry Boldt (GER), "Woyceck"
    1980 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Ahlerich"
    1981 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Ahlerich"
    1982 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Ahlerich"
    1983 Anne Grete Jensen (DEN), "Marzog" (EM)
    1984 Dr. Reiner Klimke (GER), "Ahlerich"
    1985 Anne Grete Jensen (DEN), "Marzog"
    1987 Margitt Otto-Crepin (FRA), "Corlandus"
    1988 Nicole Uphoff (GER), "Rembrandt"
    1989 Margitt Otto-Crepin (FRA), "Corlandus"
    1990 Monica Theodorescu (GER), "Ganimedes"
    1991 Nicole Uphoff (GER), "Rembrandt Borbet"
    1992 Isabell Werth (GER), "Gigolo FRH"
    1993 Isabell Werth (GER), "Gigolo FRH"
    1994 Isabell Werth (GER), "Gigolo FRH"
    1995 Isabell Werth (GER), "Nobilis Gigolo FRH"
    1996 Isabell Werth (GER), "Nobilis Gigolo FRH"
    1997 Isabell Werth (GER), "Nobilis Gigolo FRH"
    1998 Isabell Werth (GER), "Nissan Gigolo FRH"
    1999 Alexandra Simons - de Ridder (GER), "Chacomo"
    2000 Isabell Werth (GER), "Nissan Gigolo FRH"
    2001 Ulla Salzgeber (GER), "Rusty"
    2002 Nadine Capellmann (GER), "Farbenfroh"
    2003 Ulla Salzgeber (GER), "Rusty 47"
    2004 Anky van Grunsven (NED), "Salinero"
    2005 Jan Brink (SWE), "Briar"
    2006 Nadine Capellmann (GER), "Elvis"
    2007 Isabell Werth (GER) "Satchmo"
    2008 Isabell Werth (GER) "Satchmo"
    2009 Steffen Peters (USA) "Ravel"
    2010 Edward Gal (NED) "Totilas"
    2011 Matthias Alexander  Rath (GER) "Totilas"
    2012 Helen Langehanenberg (GER) "Damon Hill NRW"
    2013 Helen Langehanenberg (GER) "Damon Hill NRW"
    2014 Charlotte Dujardin (GBR) "Valegro"
    2015 Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén (SWE) "Don Auriello"

    Winners Lambertz Nations' Cup (1977 - today)

    1977 GER
    1978 GER
    1979 GER
    1980 GER
    1981 GER
    1982 GER
    1983 GER (EM)
    1984 GER
    1985 GER
    1986 GER
    1987 GER
    1988 GER
    1989 GER
    1990 GER
    1991 GER
    1992 GER
    1993 GER
    1994 GER
    1995 GER
    1996 GER
    1997 GER
    1998 GER
    1999 GER
    2000 GER
    2001 GER
    2002 GER
    2003 GER
    2004 GER
    2005 NED
    2006 GER
    2007 GER
    2008 GER
    2009 NED
    2010 NED
    2011 GER
    2012 GER
    2013 GER
    2014 GER

    Previous Winners Driving (CAIO)

    Winners Talbot-Prize (1956 - today)

    1956 Abt.A: Karl Balschukat (GER)
    Abt. B: Ludwig Kathmann (GER)
    1957 Walter Sirrenberg (GER)
    1958 Klaus Balschukat (GER)
    1959 Franz Lage (GER)
    1960 Ludwig Kathmann (GER)
    1961 Richard Eggers (GER)
    1962 Richard Eggers (GER)
    1963 Walter Sirrenberg (GER)
    1964 Abt. A: Bernhard Duen (GER)
    Abt. B: Ferenc Szentmihalyi (HUN)
    1965 Abt. A: Rolf Neelsen (GER)
    Abt. B: Walter Sirrenberg (GER)
    1966 Abt. A: Walter Sirrenberg (GER)
    Abt. B: Auguste Dubey (SUI)
    1967 Abt. A: Auguste Dubey (SUI)
    Abt. B: Imre Abonyi (HUN)
    1968 Abt. A: Auguste Dubey (SUI)
    Abt. B: Franz Lage (GER)
    1969 Abt. A: Fritz Rothacher (SUI)
    Abt. B: Sandor Fülöp (HUN)
    1970 Abt. A: Fritz Rothacher (SUI)
    Abt. B: Franz Lage (GER)
    1971 Abt. A: Auguste Dubey (SUI)
    Abt. B: Zygmunt Walliszeweski (POL)
    1972 Franz Lage (GER)
    1973 Imre Abonyi (HUN)
    1974 Gyoergy Bardos (HUN)
    1975 Gyoegy Bardos (HUN)
    1976 Fred Freund (GER)
    1977 Zygmunt Waliszewski (POL)
    1978 Ulrich Lehmann (SUI)
    1979 Zygmunt Waliszewski (POL)
    1980 Sandor Fülöp (HUN)
    1981 Bernhard Duen (GER)
    1982 Bernhard Duen (GER)
    1983 Tjeerd Velstra (NED)
    1984 Tjeerd Velstra (NED)
    1985 Zygmunt Waliszewski (POL)
    1987 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1988 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1989 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1990 Ad Aarts (NED)
    1991 Tomas Eriksson (SWE)
    1992 Tomas Eriksson (SWE)
    1993 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1994 Michael Freund (GER)
    1995 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1996 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1997 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    1998 Michael Freund (GER)
    1999 Tomas Ericsson (SWE)
    2000 Tomas Ericsson (SWE)
    2001 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    2002 Michael Freund (GER)
    2003 Boyd Exell (AUS)
    2004 Michael Freund (GER)
    2005 Werner Ullrich (SUI)
    2006 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    2007 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    2008 IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
    2009 Boyd Exell (AUS)
    2010 Boyd Exell (AUS)
    2011 Boyd Exell (AUS)
    2012 Boyd Exell (AUS)
    2013 Boyd Exell (AUS)
    2014 Chester Weber (USA)

    Winners Fendt Nations' Cup (1983 - today)

    1983 GER
    1984 GER
    1985 POL
    1987 NED
    1988 GER
    1989 SWE
    1990 NED
    1991 SWE
    1992 GER
    1993 GER
    1994 GER
    1995 GER
    1996 NED
    1997 NED
    1998 NED
    1999 SWE
    2000 GER
    2001 GER
    2002 GER
    2003 BEL
    2004 HUN
    2005 GER
    2006 BEL
    2007 NED
    2008 NED
    2009 NED
    2010 NED
    2011 NED
    2012 NED
    2013 NED
    2014 NED

    Previous Winners Eventing (CICO)

    Winners DHL-Prize (Individual, 2007 - today)

    2007 Frank Ostholt (GER) "Air Jordan"
    2008 Frank Ostholt (GER) "Air Jordan"
    2009 Andreas Dibowski (GER) "FRH Serve Well"
    2010 Andrew Nicholson (NZL) "Nereo"
    2011 Michael Jung (GER) "La Biosthetique-Sam FBW"
    2012 Christopher Burton (GBR) "Underdiscussion"
    2013 Christopher Burton (GBR) "Holstein Park Leilani"
    2014 Sandra Auffarth (GER) "Opgun Louvo"
    2015 Ingrid Klimke (GER) "FRH Escada"

    Winners DHL-Prize (Nations' Cup, 2007 - today)

    2007 GER
    2008 GER
    2009 GER
    2010 GER
    2011 GBR
    2012 GER
    2013 GER
    2014 GER
    2015 GER

    Previous Winner Vaulting (CVIO)

    Winners Individual Female (2007 - today)

    2007 Sissi Jarz (AUT)
    2008 Nicola Ströh (GER)
    2009 Joanne Eccles (GBR)
    2010 Joanne Eccles (GBR)
    2011 Joanne Eccles (GBR)
    2012 Joanne Eccles (GBR)
    2013 Joanne Eccles (GBR)
    2014 Joanne Eccles (GBR)

    Winners Individual Male (2007 – heute)

    2007 Kai Vorberg (GER)
    2008 Kai Vorberg (GER)
    2009 Kai Vorberg (GER)
    2010 Kai Vorberg (GER)
    2011 Patric Looser (SUI)
    2012 Stefan Csandl (AUT)
    2013 Erik Oese (GER)
    2014 Erik Oese (GER)

    Winners Nations' Cup (2008 – today)

    2008 GERMANY I
    2009 GERMANY II
    2010 FRA
    2011 Germany I (Pia Engelberty, Jannik Heiland, RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen)
    2012 Germany I (Sarah Kay, Erik Oese, RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen)
    2013 Germany I (Corinna Knauf, Erik Oese, RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen)
    2014 Germany II (Team Voltigierverein Köln - Dünnwald)

    Previous CHIO Partner Countries

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