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    Results CHIO Aachen 2014

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  • Jumping

    Jumping

    Friday, 29.05.2015
    Main Stadium
    Youngsters-Cup

    Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

    - Jumping competition for young horses
    - This competition is part of the so-called Youngsters-Tour; every rider is allowed to enter a horse in this competition
    - Qualifier for the Youngsters-Cup
    - Age of the horses: 7 and 8 year-olds
    - Jumping competition penalties/time
    - The rider with the least penalties and fastest time wins
    - Height of the obstacles up to 1.40 metres
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 2 hours

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    Saturday, 30.05.2015
    Main Stadium
    Jump & Drive

    Combined jumping and driving competition

    - A team comprises of one driver and one show-jumper
    - The rider starts first and has to complete a course of 8 obstacles
    - After the last obstacle, the rider dismounts, hands the horse over to a groom and jumps on the carriage
    - The driver then has to complete an obstacle course with the rider on the carriage
    - The team with the fastest time wins, obstacle penalties are converted into 4 penalty seconds
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 30 minutes

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    Youngsters-Cup, 2. Rating Competition

    one round with jump-off

    - All horses from S1 take part in this competition
    - Jumping competition with one round and a jump-off
    - All competitors that jump clear in the first round qualify for the jump-off
    - The competitor with the least penalties and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    - Height of the obstacles up to 1.45 metres
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 1.5 hours

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    Winning Round

    Jumping Competition with one round and one winning round

    - Jumping competition with 1 round and a winning round
    - Only for horses that are not competing in S6, the ROLEX Grand Prix
    - The 10 best riders from the first round, or alternatively all riders that jumped clear in the first round, qualify for the winning round
    - In the winning round the competitors all start with zero penalties
    - The competitor with the least penalties and the fastest time in the winning round is the winner
    - Height of the obstacles up to 1.55 metres
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 1.5 hours

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    Jumping Competition (penalties/time)Jumping Competition (penalties/time)

    Jumping Competition (penalties/time)

    - Jumping competition penalties/time
    - The rider with the least penalties and the fastest time wins this competition
    - Height of the obstacles up to 1.50 metres
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 2 hours

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    Sunday, 31.05.2015
    Main Stadium
    Jumping Competition (penalties/time)

    Jumping Competition (penalties/time)

    - Jumping competition penalties/time
    - The rider with the least penalties and the fastest time wins this competition
    - Height of the obstacles up to 1.45 metres
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 2 hours

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    ca. 17.30
    Rolex Grand Prix

    The Grand Prix of Aachen

    - The Grand Prix of Aachen
    - Jumping Competition over two rounds and jump-off
    - total endowment: € 1,000,000
    - 40 competitors start in the first round, the 18 best riders of the first round qualify for the second round
    - In the case of equality of penalties after two rounds a jumpöoff is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    - Obstacle height up to 1,60 m
     

     

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    Winner 2014: Christian Ahlmann (GER)

    Rolex Grand Slam

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    The system of the Rolex Grand Slam is simple: Anyone, who wins three shows in a row, receives 1 million Euros on top of the prize-money of each show. Moreover, anyone who wins two out of the three shows, also receives a bonus. If two shows are won in succession, the bonus is 500,000 Euros. If the rider is successful in qualifying for the “two out of three mode”, but doesn’t claim the victories at two consecutive shows, the bonus total 250,000 Euros. It is only the rider that counts, not the horse. It is possible to claim the bonus riding different horses. This system is infinite, it is not limited to a calendar year. It is a never ending story.

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  • Driving

    Driving

    Sunday, 31.05.2015
    Main Stadium
    Four-in-hand obstacle driving competition

    Four-in-hand competition in the Main Stadium

    - Obstacle driving with jump-off
    - In the event that two or more drivers finish on an equal number of penalties, a jump-off decides who wins

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  • Dressage

    Dressage

    Saturday, 30.05.2015
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Grand Prix CDI

    FEI Grand Prix CDI5*

    - FEI Grand Prix CDI5*
    - The riders are divided up into two groups according to their position in the world ranking list. The order in the respective group is drawn by lot. The group containing the best placed riders (according to the world ranking list) competes last.
    - Duration of the competition: approx. 8 hours

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    Sunday, 31.05.2015
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Deutsche Bank Prize, the Dressage Grand Prix of Aachen

    Grand Prix Freestyle

    - Grand Prix Freestyle
    - the best 15 riders/horses from D1 are allowed to compete
    - The riders are divided up into groups à 5 riders based on their ranking in D1. The order in the respective groups is drawn by lot. The group with the best placed riders (in D1) compete last.

    The competitors, who were placed 15th-11th (in D1), compete first. Followed by the competitors, who were placed 10th-6th (in D1) and finally those competitors, who were placed 5th-1st (in D1).

    - Duration of the competition: approx. 3 hours

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  • Side Events

    Side Events

    Horse & Symphony

    Friday, May 29th 2015

    Symphony Orchestra Aachen meets
    top class show programme in the Deutsche Bank Stadium

    „Concours d’Elegance“ presented by Family Tesch

    +++ to be announced in English+++Beim „Concours d`Elegance präsentiert von Familie Tesch“ werden 25 prächtige Traditionsgespanne aus Deutschland, Belgien und den Niederlanden auf dem Turniergelände und in der Stadt Aachen präsentiert. So wird es sowohl am Samstag, 30. Mai 2015, als auch am darauffolgenden Sonntag, 31. Mai, einen Kutschenkorso geben – am Samstag auch inklusive Präsentation der eleganten Wagen auf dem Markt. „Die historischen und originalgetreuen Kutschen vor dem Aachener Rathaus werden ein spektakulärer Anblick sein“, so Frank Kemperman, der Vorstandsvorsitzende des ausrichtenden Aachen-Laurensberger Rennvereins e.V. (ALRV). „Wir freuen uns sehr, dass wir das Weltfest des Pferdesports auf diese Weise auch in die Stadt bringen können.“ Die Traditionsfahrer werden einen tollen Anblick bieten, legen sie doch allergrößten Wert auf Detailtreue – nicht nur bei den Gespannen und deren Ausstattung, sondern auch bei der Kleidung von Fahrern und Beifahrern.

    Möglich gemacht hat diese Zeitreise Siegward Tesch. Der langjährige Partner des CHIO Aachen sammelt die historischen Wagen und hat sie in einem Kutschenmuseum, der „Kutschenremise“ in Wiehl im Oberbergischen Land, auch der Öffentlichkeit zugänglich gemacht. Beim „Weltfest des Pferdesports Aachen 2015“ ist zudem geplant, ausgewählte Stücke aus dieser einmaligen Privatsammlung auf dem Turniergelände in der Aachener Soers auszustellen.

  • ClipMyHorse.TV

    ClipMyHorse.TV

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  • CHIO Aachen on TV

    CHIO Aachen on TV

    TV Broadcasts 2014

    Preliminary TV schedule CHIO Aachen 2014 (Germany)
    Sunday, July 13rd
    3.00 p.m. – 4.45 p.m. WDR LIVE: Prize of Sparkasse, Vaulting Nations' Cup
    Tuesday, July 15th
    4.45 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Official Opening Ceremony
    furthermore: Jumping „Sparkassen-Youngster-Cup“,
    Highlights Horse & Symphony
    Wednesday, July 16th
    3.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe
    Thursday, July 17th
    8.15 p.m. – 10.30 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping Mercedes-Benz Prize
    furthermore: Dressage Prize of Family Tesch (Grand Prix)

    Friday, July 18th
    3.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia
    Saturday, July 19th
    11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Eventing DHL Prize (Cross-country)
    3.00 p.m. – 4.50 p.m. LIVE: Jumping "Prize of AachenMünchener", furthermore:
    Highlights Dressage MEGGLE-Prize (Grand Prix Spécial)
    4.50 p.m. – 5.20 p.m. WDR LIVE: Driving Wohnwelt Pallen Marathon
    Sunday, July 20th
    11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Dressage Deutsche Bank Prize,
    Grand Prix Dressage of Aachen (Grand Prix Freestyle)
    2.00 p.m. – 3.45 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix, 1st round
    4.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. ZDF LIVE: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix, 2nd Round
    5.10 p.m. - 5.25 p.m. ZDF LIVE: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix, jump-off
    7.30 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. WDR Farewell of Nations

    Livestream: www.clipmyhorse.com

    Eurosport:
    Sonntag, 20.7., 22.45 - 23.45
    Rolex Grand Prix
    The Grand Prix of Aachen

  • 29.-31.
    Calendar
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