• Jumping

    Jumping

    Tuesday, 15.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Warm-UP presented by STAWAG

    open to the public and moderated

    • Warm-UP with moderation
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    Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup

    Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

    • Total endowment: € 3,900
    • Jumping competition for young horses (7-8 years of age); part of the “Youngsters Tour” (S 2, S 6 & S 11); teams as well as each individual rider may bring 1 extra horse for this tour
    • First rating competition for the Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup (Final on Saturday, S 10)
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.40 m, 8 year-old horses will jump a course raised by approx. 5 cm
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    Winner 2013: Patrick Stühlmeyer and Chasmo
    Official Opening Ceremony

    The official Opening Ceremony of the CHIO Aachen

    More information here

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    Wednesday, 16.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Prize of Handwerk

    Jumping competition penalties/time

    • Total endowment: € 12,800
    • Jumping competition penalties/time
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m
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    Winner 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher and Master de Menardiere
    Prize of Europe

    Jumping competition with jump-off

    • Total endowment: € 76,000
    • Jumping competition with one round and jump-off
    • Qualifying competition for Rolex Grand Prix
    • In the case of equality of penalties after the normal round a jump-off is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.55 m
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    Winner 2013: Ben Maher and Cella (GBR)
    Prize of StädteRegion Aachen in memory of Landrat Hermann-Josef Pütz

    Jumping competition in two phases

    • Total endowment: € 23,500
    • Jumping competition in two phases
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m

    Special trophy for the best placed German rider in the "Prize of StädteRegion Aachen” ) presented by the Gemeinschaft der Starter-, Ziel- und Hindernisrichter "Der Pferdeschwanz" (The Horse Tails).

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    Winner 2013: Alvaro de Miranda and Show Show (Bra)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup

    Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

    • Total endowment: € 5,200
    • Jumping competition for young horses (7-8 years of age), belongs to the so-called “Youngsters-Tour” (S 2, S 6 & S 11)
    • Second rating competition for the Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup (Final on Saturday, S 11)
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Hindernishöhe bis 1,40 Meter, für achtjährige Pferde wird der Parcours um ca. 5 cm erhöht
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    Winner 2013: Henrik von Eckermann and For Sale 6 (SWE)
    STAWAG-Prize

    Jumping competition (penalties/time)

    • Total endowment: € 30,000
    • Jumping competition penalties/time
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m
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    Winner 2013: Cian O´Connor and Unique
    Mercedes-Benz Nations´ Cup

    Team Jumping Competition with two rounds

    • Total endowment: € 400,000
    • Jumping competition with two (identical) rounds under floodlight
    • The chefs d’equipe will appoint their team riders until 6 p.m. on July  16th
    • All teams start in both rounds with their (3 to) 4 riders, provided a team is not eliminated in the first round
    • The best three results of each team are counted for each round
    • The team with the least number of penalty points after both rounds wins
    • In case of equality of penalties after the second round, a jump-off will be decisive; one rider per team will compete in the jump-off
    • The ten best riders of the first round (according to penalties/time) qualify for S 12
    • The 18 best riders after both rounds (according to penalties/time) qualify for S 17
    • Obstacle height up to 1.60 m

    Challenge Trophy of the Federal Republic of Germany

    Challenge Trophy for the winning jumping team in the “Mercedes-Benz Nations´ Cup" presented by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany Mr. Joachim Gauck.

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    Winner 2013: Team Netherlands
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    NetAachen-Prize

    Speed and Handiness competition

    • Total endowment: € 17,000
    • Speed and Handiness competition
    • Penalty points are converted into penalty seconds; one jumping fault adds up to four penalty seconds; the rider with the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.40 m
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    Winner 2013: Werner Muff and Osiris du Goyen (SUI)
    Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia

    Jumping competition with jump-off

    • Total endowment: € 130,000
    • Jumping competition with one round and jump-off
    • Qualifying competition for competitions S 12 and S 17
    • In the case of equality of penalties after the normal round a jump-off is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.55 m

    Prize of the Minister of Environment Protection, Nature, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of North-Rhine-Westphalia

    Special trophy for the winning rider in the "RWE Prize of North-Rhine-Westphalia" presented by the Minister of Environment Protection, Nature, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of North-Rhine-Westphalia Mr. Johannes Remmel.

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    Winner 2013: Ludger Beerbaum (GER) and Chaman
    Tank & Rast-Prize - Jump & Drive

    Combined jumping and driving competition

    • Participants: Eight drivers and eight jumping riders: The best placed driver from each team
      after competitions F1, F2 and F3 and eight riders upon invitation of the ALRV
    • Total endowment: € 15,000
    • One driver and one jumping rider are a team. The rider starts first and absolves a course with eight obstacles, after passing the last obstacle, the rider hands over his horse to a groom and climbs onto the carriage; the driver then absolves an obstacle course together with the rider on his carriage
    • The fastest team wins, each obstacle penalty will be penalized with 4 seconds
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    Winner 2013: Boyd Exell (AUS) & Shane Breen (IRE)
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Main Stadium - Day Programme
    Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup - FINAL

    Jumping competition for young horses with jump-off

    • Saturday: Day's programme
    • Total endowment: € 11,400
    • Jumping competition for young horses (7-8 years of age) with one round and jump-off; final of the “Youngsters Tour” (S 2, S 6 & S 11)
    • The 30 point-best athletes/horses from the qualifying competitions S 2 and S 6 take part
    • In the case of equality of penalties after the normal round a jump-off is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m, 8 year-old horses will jump a course raised by approx. 5 cm
    • The point-best rider of the three competitions S 2, S 6 and S 11 wins a foal with best pedigree as a special prize given by Sparkasse
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    Winner 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher(GER) und Quiwi Dream
    Prize of AachenMünchener

    Jumping competition with winning round

    • Saturday: Day's Programme
    • Total endowment: € 102,000
    • Jumping competition with one round and winning round
    • 32 riders are prequalified: 1st-8th of S 4; 1st-8th of S 5; 1st-8th of S 7; 1st-8th of S 10; 1st-8th from the first round of S 8
    • The ten best riders, or in any case all riders with 0 penalty points in the normal round qualify for the winning round. In the winning round, all riders start again with 0 penalty points; the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the winning round wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m
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    Winner 2013:Hans-Dieter Dreher(GER) and Embassy II
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Main Stadium - Evening Programme
    Best of Champions

    Jumping competition with two rounds

    • Saturday evening programme (under floodlight)
    • Total endowment: € 77,000
    • Jumping competition with two rounds
    • Participants are: The 5 best female and the 5 best male athletes of the World Ranking List, the individual gold medallist of the European Championships 2011, the individual gold medallist of the World Championships 2010 and the individual gold medallist of the Olympic Games 2012. In case there is no German ranked within the Top 5 of the World Ranking List (female and male), the presently best ranked German male and/or female is entitled to start.
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m
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    Winner 2013: Die Herren siegen
    Prize of Sparkasse

    Hunting competition over ditches and banks

    • Saturday: evening programme under floodlight
    • Total endowment: € 34,500
    • Hunting competition over ditches and banks
    • The special characteristic of this competition is that the natural obstacles like e.g. the “Pulvermann´s Grab” or the lake are included in the course, spectacular through the combination of speed and natural obstacles
    • Penalty points are converted into penalty seconds; one jumping fault adds up to four penalty seconds; the rider with the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.40 m
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    Winner 2013:Shane Breen (IRE) and Ominerale Courcelle
    Accumulator competition

    with joker

    • evening programme under floodlight
    • Accumulator jumping competition with joker
    • Total endowment: € 25,000
    • The course consists of obstacles with increasing levels of difficulty; a certain number of points is (ascendingly) allocated to each obstacle. If the rider jumps an obstacle has two alternative ways, the more difficult one is the "Joker", which is allocated a very high number of points. If the rider chooses the alternative "Joker" and does not make a jumping fault, he gains the points, if he makes a fault at the "Joker" obstacle, these points will be deducted from his total score. The rider with the highest total score and the fastest time wins.
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m
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    Winner 2013: Sergio Alvarez Moya and Abab van het Molenhof
    Sunday, 20.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    SAP-Prize

    Jumping Competition (Penalties/Time)

    • Jumping Competition Penalties/Time
    • Total endowment: € 25,000
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m
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    Winner 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher und Canstantin B
    Rolex Grand Prix

    The Grand Prix of Aachen
    Jumping competition over two rounds and jump-off

    • The Grand Prix of Aachen
    • Jumping competition with two (different) rounds and jump-off
    • Total endowment: € 1,00,000
    • 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 jump-off 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

    Challenge Trophy of the City of Aachen

    Special trophy for the winning rider in the „Rolex Grand Prix, Grand Prix of Aachen“  presented by the City of Aachen.

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    Winner 2013: Nick Skelton (GBR) und Big Star
    Tuesday, 15.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Warm-UP presented by STAWAG

    open to the public and moderated

    • Warm-UP with moderation
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    about:blank
    Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup

    Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

    • Total endowment: € 3,900
    • Jumping competition for young horses (7-8 years of age); part of the “Youngsters Tour” (S 2, S 6 & S 11); teams as well as each individual rider may bring 1 extra horse for this tour
    • First rating competition for the Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup (Final on Saturday, S 10)
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.40 m, 8 year-old horses will jump a course raised by approx. 5 cm
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    Winner 2013: Patrick Stühlmeyer and Chasmo
    Official Opening Ceremony

    The official Opening Ceremony of the CHIO Aachen

    More information here

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    Wednesday, 16.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Prize of Handwerk

    Jumping competition penalties/time

    • Total endowment: € 12,800
    • Jumping competition penalties/time
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m
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    Winner 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher and Master de Menardiere
    Prize of Europe

    Jumping competition with jump-off

    • Total endowment: € 76,000
    • Jumping competition with one round and jump-off
    • Qualifying competition for Rolex Grand Prix
    • In the case of equality of penalties after the normal round a jump-off is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.55 m
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    Winner 2013: Ben Maher and Cella (GBR)
    Prize of StädteRegion Aachen in memory of Landrat Hermann-Josef Pütz

    Jumping competition in two phases

    • Total endowment: € 23,500
    • Jumping competition in two phases
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m

    Special trophy for the best placed German rider in the "Prize of StädteRegion Aachen” ) presented by the Gemeinschaft der Starter-, Ziel- und Hindernisrichter "Der Pferdeschwanz" (The Horse Tails).

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    Winner 2013: Alvaro de Miranda and Show Show (Bra)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup

    Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

    • Total endowment: € 5,200
    • Jumping competition for young horses (7-8 years of age), belongs to the so-called “Youngsters-Tour” (S 2, S 6 & S 11)
    • Second rating competition for the Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup (Final on Saturday, S 11)
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Hindernishöhe bis 1,40 Meter, für achtjährige Pferde wird der Parcours um ca. 5 cm erhöht
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    Winner 2013: Henrik von Eckermann and For Sale 6 (SWE)
    STAWAG-Prize

    Jumping competition (penalties/time)

    • Total endowment: € 30,000
    • Jumping competition penalties/time
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m
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    Winner 2013: Cian O´Connor and Unique
    Mercedes-Benz Nations´ Cup

    Team Jumping Competition with two rounds

    • Total endowment: € 400,000
    • Jumping competition with two (identical) rounds under floodlight
    • The chefs d’equipe will appoint their team riders until 6 p.m. on July  16th
    • All teams start in both rounds with their (3 to) 4 riders, provided a team is not eliminated in the first round
    • The best three results of each team are counted for each round
    • The team with the least number of penalty points after both rounds wins
    • In case of equality of penalties after the second round, a jump-off will be decisive; one rider per team will compete in the jump-off
    • The ten best riders of the first round (according to penalties/time) qualify for S 12
    • The 18 best riders after both rounds (according to penalties/time) qualify for S 17
    • Obstacle height up to 1.60 m

    Challenge Trophy of the Federal Republic of Germany

    Challenge Trophy for the winning jumping team in the “Mercedes-Benz Nations´ Cup" presented by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany Mr. Joachim Gauck.

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    Winner 2013: Team Netherlands
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    NetAachen-Prize

    Speed and Handiness competition

    • Total endowment: € 17,000
    • Speed and Handiness competition
    • Penalty points are converted into penalty seconds; one jumping fault adds up to four penalty seconds; the rider with the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.40 m
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    Winner 2013: Werner Muff and Osiris du Goyen (SUI)
    Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia

    Jumping competition with jump-off

    • Total endowment: € 130,000
    • Jumping competition with one round and jump-off
    • Qualifying competition for competitions S 12 and S 17
    • In the case of equality of penalties after the normal round a jump-off is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.55 m

    Prize of the Minister of Environment Protection, Nature, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of North-Rhine-Westphalia

    Special trophy for the winning rider in the "RWE Prize of North-Rhine-Westphalia" presented by the Minister of Environment Protection, Nature, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of North-Rhine-Westphalia Mr. Johannes Remmel.

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    Winner 2013: Ludger Beerbaum (GER) and Chaman
    Tank & Rast-Prize - Jump & Drive

    Combined jumping and driving competition

    • Participants: Eight drivers and eight jumping riders: The best placed driver from each team
      after competitions F1, F2 and F3 and eight riders upon invitation of the ALRV
    • Total endowment: € 15,000
    • One driver and one jumping rider are a team. The rider starts first and absolves a course with eight obstacles, after passing the last obstacle, the rider hands over his horse to a groom and climbs onto the carriage; the driver then absolves an obstacle course together with the rider on his carriage
    • The fastest team wins, each obstacle penalty will be penalized with 4 seconds
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    Winner 2013: Boyd Exell (AUS) & Shane Breen (IRE)
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Main Stadium - Day Programme
    Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup - FINAL

    Jumping competition for young horses with jump-off

    • Saturday: Day's programme
    • Total endowment: € 11,400
    • Jumping competition for young horses (7-8 years of age) with one round and jump-off; final of the “Youngsters Tour” (S 2, S 6 & S 11)
    • The 30 point-best athletes/horses from the qualifying competitions S 2 and S 6 take part
    • In the case of equality of penalties after the normal round a jump-off is decisive, the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the jump-off wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m, 8 year-old horses will jump a course raised by approx. 5 cm
    • The point-best rider of the three competitions S 2, S 6 and S 11 wins a foal with best pedigree as a special prize given by Sparkasse
    http://www.chioaachen.de/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Sparkasse1.gif
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    Winner 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher(GER) und Quiwi Dream
    Prize of AachenMünchener

    Jumping competition with winning round

    • Saturday: Day's Programme
    • Total endowment: € 102,000
    • Jumping competition with one round and winning round
    • 32 riders are prequalified: 1st-8th of S 4; 1st-8th of S 5; 1st-8th of S 7; 1st-8th of S 10; 1st-8th from the first round of S 8
    • The ten best riders, or in any case all riders with 0 penalty points in the normal round qualify for the winning round. In the winning round, all riders start again with 0 penalty points; the rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time in the winning round wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m
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    Winner 2013:Hans-Dieter Dreher(GER) and Embassy II
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Main Stadium - Evening Programme
    Best of Champions

    Jumping competition with two rounds

    • Saturday evening programme (under floodlight)
    • Total endowment: € 77,000
    • Jumping competition with two rounds
    • Participants are: The 5 best female and the 5 best male athletes of the World Ranking List, the individual gold medallist of the European Championships 2011, the individual gold medallist of the World Championships 2010 and the individual gold medallist of the Olympic Games 2012. In case there is no German ranked within the Top 5 of the World Ranking List (female and male), the presently best ranked German male and/or female is entitled to start.
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m
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    Winner 2013: Die Herren siegen
    Prize of Sparkasse

    Hunting competition over ditches and banks

    • Saturday: evening programme under floodlight
    • Total endowment: € 34,500
    • Hunting competition over ditches and banks
    • The special characteristic of this competition is that the natural obstacles like e.g. the “Pulvermann´s Grab” or the lake are included in the course, spectacular through the combination of speed and natural obstacles
    • Penalty points are converted into penalty seconds; one jumping fault adds up to four penalty seconds; the rider with the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.40 m
    http://www.chioaachen.de/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Sparkasse.gif
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    Winner 2013:Shane Breen (IRE) and Ominerale Courcelle
    Accumulator competition

    with joker

    • evening programme under floodlight
    • Accumulator jumping competition with joker
    • Total endowment: € 25,000
    • The course consists of obstacles with increasing levels of difficulty; a certain number of points is (ascendingly) allocated to each obstacle. If the rider jumps an obstacle has two alternative ways, the more difficult one is the "Joker", which is allocated a very high number of points. If the rider chooses the alternative "Joker" and does not make a jumping fault, he gains the points, if he makes a fault at the "Joker" obstacle, these points will be deducted from his total score. The rider with the highest total score and the fastest time wins.
    • Obstacle height up to 1.50 m
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    Winner 2013: Sergio Alvarez Moya and Abab van het Molenhof
    Sunday, 20.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    SAP-Prize

    Jumping Competition (Penalties/Time)

    • Jumping Competition Penalties/Time
    • Total endowment: € 25,000
    • The rider with the least number of penalty points and the fastest time wins
    • Obstacle height up to 1.45 m
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    Winner 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher und Canstantin B
    Rolex Grand Prix

    The Grand Prix of Aachen
    Jumping competition over two rounds and jump-off

    • The Grand Prix of Aachen
    • Jumping competition with two (different) rounds and jump-off
    • Total endowment: € 1,00,000
    • 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 jump-off 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

    Challenge Trophy of the City of Aachen

    Special trophy for the winning rider in the „Rolex Grand Prix, Grand Prix of Aachen“  presented by the City of Aachen.

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    Winner 2013: Nick Skelton (GBR) und Big Star

    Participants 2013

    Here you can find the jumping participants of the CHIO Aachen 2013.

    Course Sketches 2013

    Here you can find the course sketches of the CHIO Aachen 2013 in chronological order:

    S1 Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup, Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
    S2 Prize of Handwerk, Wednesday June 26th, 2013
    S3 WARSTEINER-Prize, Prize of Europe, Wednesday June 26th, 2013
    S4 Prize of StädteRegion Aachen, Wednesday June 26th 2013
    S5 Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup, Thursday June 27th 2013
    S6 STAWAG-Prize, Thursday, June 27th, 2013
    S7 Mercedes-Benz Prize, part of the Furusiyya FEI Nations' Cup™
    S8 NetAachen-Prize, Friday, June 28th, 2013
    S9 RWE Prize of North-Rhine- Westphalia, Friday June 28th 2013
    C1b DHL-Prize, Friday, June 28th 2013
    S7 Prize of Soers , Friday, June 28th, 2013
    S10 Sparkasse-Youngsters-Cup - FINAL, Saturday June 29th 2013
    S11 Prize of AachenMünchener, Saturday, June 29th 2013
    S12 Best of Champions, Saturday evening June 29th 2013
    S13 Prize of Sparkasse, Saturday, June 29th, 2013
    S 14 Accumulator, Saturday, June 29th 2013
    S15 SAP-Prize, Sunday June 30th 2013
    S16 Rolex Grand Prix, The Grand Prix of Aachen - 1st Round, Sunday June 30th 2013
    S16 Rolex Grand Prix, Der Große Preis von Aachen - 2nd Round, Sunday, June 30th 2013

    Schedule 2013

     

    Download Schedule Jumping 2013 (PDF)

    Rolex Grand Slam

    What was once reserved for the classical hero is now conceded to sports: to create a legend or a myth. Only exceptional achievements and the height of concentration create successes that are never forgotten. Even today, almost 60 years later, the soccer “Miracle of Bern” is remembered – as is Halla, who carried her rider Hans Günther Winkler in 1956 to a World Championship win. Athletes such as Muhammad Ali remain unforgettable, as are Jesse Owens, Pelé, Steffi Graf or Michael “Air” Jordan. The world of championship sports is the World of the Rolex Grand Slam. Three of the most prestigious and famous Equestrian Sport Venues in the world have joined together to combine not only more than 5.7 million Euro prize money, but also 1,000 accredited journalists, 700,000 spectators and more than 200 years of Equestrian Sport History. Legends can grow out of these traditions. If one rider wins the final Grand Prix at each of the three tournaments, one after the other, they win the Rolex Grand Slam, and with that an extra one million Euros in prize money. However, a win in the Rolex Grand Slam is far more. It will make the rider legendary.

    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.

    www.rolexgrandslam.com

  • Dressage

    Dressage

    Wednesday, 16.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Prize of VUV - Vereinigte Unternehmerverbände Aachen

    Prix St. Georges

    • FEI Prix St. Georges
    • Total endowment: € 4,800
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test “Prix St. Georges” (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Victoria Max-Theurer and Della Cavalleria (AUT)
    HAVENS Horsefeed-Prize (D2)

    Grand Prix CDI

    • FEI Grand Prix CDI4*
    • Total endowment: € 13,100
    • The 20 best riders of this competition qualify D 5 (FEI Grand Prix Spécial CDI4*) and D 8 (FEI Freestyle to music CDI4*); the riders have to decide in advance whether they, in case they qualify, want to ride in D 5 or D 8
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Kristina Sprehe and Desperados FRH (GER)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Prize of Family Tesch

    Grand Prix CDIO

    • FEI Grand Prix CDIO5*
    • Total endowment: € 30,000
    • Rating competition for the Lambertz Nations' Cup  and first rating competition for the individual classification CDIO (qualifying competition for D 6)
    • Participants: All team riders and the individual riders of the CDIO-Tour
    • The starting order within the teams is announced during the meeting of the Chefs d‘Equipe on June 26th; the starting order of the different teams is drawn by lot; individual riders are drawn by lot amongst the team riders
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Helen Langehanenberg and Damon Hill (GER)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Prize Giving Ceremony Lambertz Nations’ Cup

    CDIO Team Classification

    • CDIO Team Classification
    • Total endowment: € 40,000
    • For the final result of the Lambertz Nations‘ Cup, the results of the three best riders of one team from competition D 3 are added, the team with the highest number of points wins

    Challenge Trophy of the Prime Minister of North-Rhine-Westphalia

    Challenge Trophy for the winning dressage team in the “Lambertz Nations’ Cup” presented by the Prime Minister of North-Rhine-Westphalia Mrs. Hannelore Kraft.

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    Winner 2013: Deutschland (Helen Langehanenberg, Isabell Werth, Fabienne Lütkemeier, Anabel Balkenhol)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Evening Programme
    Prize of the Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Foundation

    Piaff Preis International U 25
    Young Rider Grand Prix 16-25

    CHIO Aachen 2012:

    • „Piaff Preis International“
    • FEI Intermediate II
    • Total endowment: € 2,200
    • Starting order according to draw
    • Individual classification; furthermore first rating competition for the special trophy for the best team out of U-25 I and U-25 II
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Intermediate II“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013:Nanna Skodborg Merrald and Millibar
    Prize of Handwerk

    Quadrille Championship Aachen

    • Quadrille Championship Aachen
    • Total endowment: € 4,500
    • National Dressage competition; participants are the four best teams of the Team Dressage Championship Rhineland in the course of the County Show Rhineland 2012, the team of the district association of Aachen as well as the winning team of the Quadrille Championship Aachen 2012
    • Each team consists of 4 riders/horses of one district association
    • The overall achievement and the artistic performance count for the final result
    • Relevant test: Freestyle test for teams (German level „M“)
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    Winner 2013: Kreisverband Viersen
    Lindt-Prize

    Grand Prix Spécial CDI

    • FEI Grand Prix Spécial CDI4*
    • Total endowment: € 21,000
    • The ten best riders from D 2 (FEI Grand Prix CDI4*) who have decided to ride the
      Grand Prix Spécial may take part
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI-Test „Grand Prix Spécial“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Kristina Sprehe (GER) and Desperados FRH
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Day Programme
    MEGGLE-Prize

    Grand Prix Spécial CDIO

    • FEI Grand Prix Spécial CDIO5*
    • Total endowment: € 42,000
    • Second rating competition for the individual classification CDIO (qualifying competition for D 9)
    • The 30 best riders from competition D 3 are allowed to start, if all four riders of a country have qualified for the competition, they all may start
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix Spécial“ (Edition 2009)

    With the dressage ticket, you have also access to the eventing cross-country course for the DHL-Prize. The final round of the cross-country competition takes place in the Main Stadium.

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    Winner 2013: Helen Langehanenberg and Damon Hill (GER)
    Prize of the Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Foundation

    Piaff Preis International U 25
    Grand Prix freestyle

    • „Piaff Preis International“
    • FEI Grand Prix fresstyle
    • Total endowment: € 4,400
    • All participants of U-25 I start in this competition. Riders start in reverse order of their individual results in U-25 I
    • Individual classification; furthermore special trophy for the best team out of U-25 I and U-25 II:
    • The results of the two best riders of a team in both competitions will be added, the team with the
      highest score wins
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix freestyle" (Edition 2009)

    With the dressage ticket, you have also access to the eventing cross-country course for the DHL-Prize. The final round of the cross-country competition takes place in the Main Stadium.

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    Winner 2013:Nanna Skodborg Merrald (DEN) and Millibar
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Evening Programme
    WOTAX-Prize

    Intermediate I

    • FEI Intermediate I
    • Total endowment: € 6,600
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Intermediate I“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Victoria Max-Theurer (AUT), Della Cavalleria OLD
    PHILIPS-Prize

    FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI

    • FEI Grand Prix Freestyle to Music CDI4* under floodlight
    • Total endowment: € 21,000
    • The ten best riders from D 2 (FEI Grand Prix CDI4*) who have decided to ride the
      Grand Prix Freestyle may take part
    • Relevant is the valid judges‘ sheet of the FEI Grand Prix Level „Freestyle Test“ (Revision 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glock´s Romanov
    Sunday, 20.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Deutsche Bank Prize

    Grand Prix Dressage of Aachen
    Grand Prix Freestyle CDIO

    • Grand Prix Dressage of Aachen
    • FEI Grand Prix Freestyle to Music CDIO
    • Total endowment: € 150,000
    • Final of the individual classification CDIO
    • The 15 best riders/horses of competition D 6 (FEI Olympic Grand Prix Spécial CDIO5*) may take part, a maximum of three riders per country is allowed
    • Relevant is the valid judges‘ sheet of the FEI Grand Prix Level „Freestyle Test“ (Revision 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Helen Langehanenberg (GER), Damon Hill NRW
    Wednesday, 16.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Prize of VUV - Vereinigte Unternehmerverbände Aachen

    Prix St. Georges

    • FEI Prix St. Georges
    • Total endowment: € 4,800
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test “Prix St. Georges” (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Victoria Max-Theurer and Della Cavalleria (AUT)
    HAVENS Horsefeed-Prize (D2)

    Grand Prix CDI

    • FEI Grand Prix CDI4*
    • Total endowment: € 13,100
    • The 20 best riders of this competition qualify D 5 (FEI Grand Prix Spécial CDI4*) and D 8 (FEI Freestyle to music CDI4*); the riders have to decide in advance whether they, in case they qualify, want to ride in D 5 or D 8
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Kristina Sprehe and Desperados FRH (GER)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Prize of Family Tesch

    Grand Prix CDIO

    • FEI Grand Prix CDIO5*
    • Total endowment: € 30,000
    • Rating competition for the Lambertz Nations' Cup  and first rating competition for the individual classification CDIO (qualifying competition for D 6)
    • Participants: All team riders and the individual riders of the CDIO-Tour
    • The starting order within the teams is announced during the meeting of the Chefs d‘Equipe on June 26th; the starting order of the different teams is drawn by lot; individual riders are drawn by lot amongst the team riders
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Helen Langehanenberg and Damon Hill (GER)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Prize Giving Ceremony Lambertz Nations’ Cup

    CDIO Team Classification

    • CDIO Team Classification
    • Total endowment: € 40,000
    • For the final result of the Lambertz Nations‘ Cup, the results of the three best riders of one team from competition D 3 are added, the team with the highest number of points wins

    Challenge Trophy of the Prime Minister of North-Rhine-Westphalia

    Challenge Trophy for the winning dressage team in the “Lambertz Nations’ Cup” presented by the Prime Minister of North-Rhine-Westphalia Mrs. Hannelore Kraft.

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    Winner 2013: Deutschland (Helen Langehanenberg, Isabell Werth, Fabienne Lütkemeier, Anabel Balkenhol)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Evening Programme
    Prize of the Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Foundation

    Piaff Preis International U 25
    Young Rider Grand Prix 16-25

    CHIO Aachen 2012:

    • „Piaff Preis International“
    • FEI Intermediate II
    • Total endowment: € 2,200
    • Starting order according to draw
    • Individual classification; furthermore first rating competition for the special trophy for the best team out of U-25 I and U-25 II
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Intermediate II“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013:Nanna Skodborg Merrald and Millibar
    Prize of Handwerk

    Quadrille Championship Aachen

    • Quadrille Championship Aachen
    • Total endowment: € 4,500
    • National Dressage competition; participants are the four best teams of the Team Dressage Championship Rhineland in the course of the County Show Rhineland 2012, the team of the district association of Aachen as well as the winning team of the Quadrille Championship Aachen 2012
    • Each team consists of 4 riders/horses of one district association
    • The overall achievement and the artistic performance count for the final result
    • Relevant test: Freestyle test for teams (German level „M“)
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    Winner 2013: Kreisverband Viersen
    Lindt-Prize

    Grand Prix Spécial CDI

    • FEI Grand Prix Spécial CDI4*
    • Total endowment: € 21,000
    • The ten best riders from D 2 (FEI Grand Prix CDI4*) who have decided to ride the
      Grand Prix Spécial may take part
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI-Test „Grand Prix Spécial“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Kristina Sprehe (GER) and Desperados FRH
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Day Programme
    MEGGLE-Prize

    Grand Prix Spécial CDIO

    • FEI Grand Prix Spécial CDIO5*
    • Total endowment: € 42,000
    • Second rating competition for the individual classification CDIO (qualifying competition for D 9)
    • The 30 best riders from competition D 3 are allowed to start, if all four riders of a country have qualified for the competition, they all may start
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix Spécial“ (Edition 2009)

    With the dressage ticket, you have also access to the eventing cross-country course for the DHL-Prize. The final round of the cross-country competition takes place in the Main Stadium.

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    Winner 2013: Helen Langehanenberg and Damon Hill (GER)
    Prize of the Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Foundation

    Piaff Preis International U 25
    Grand Prix freestyle

    • „Piaff Preis International“
    • FEI Grand Prix fresstyle
    • Total endowment: € 4,400
    • All participants of U-25 I start in this competition. Riders start in reverse order of their individual results in U-25 I
    • Individual classification; furthermore special trophy for the best team out of U-25 I and U-25 II:
    • The results of the two best riders of a team in both competitions will be added, the team with the
      highest score wins
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Grand Prix freestyle" (Edition 2009)

    With the dressage ticket, you have also access to the eventing cross-country course for the DHL-Prize. The final round of the cross-country competition takes place in the Main Stadium.

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    Winner 2013:Nanna Skodborg Merrald (DEN) and Millibar
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Evening Programme
    WOTAX-Prize

    Intermediate I

    • FEI Intermediate I
    • Total endowment: € 6,600
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Test „Intermediate I“ (Edition 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Victoria Max-Theurer (AUT), Della Cavalleria OLD
    PHILIPS-Prize

    FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI

    • FEI Grand Prix Freestyle to Music CDI4* under floodlight
    • Total endowment: € 21,000
    • The ten best riders from D 2 (FEI Grand Prix CDI4*) who have decided to ride the
      Grand Prix Freestyle may take part
    • Relevant is the valid judges‘ sheet of the FEI Grand Prix Level „Freestyle Test“ (Revision 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glock´s Romanov
    Sunday, 20.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium
    Deutsche Bank Prize

    Grand Prix Dressage of Aachen
    Grand Prix Freestyle CDIO

    • Grand Prix Dressage of Aachen
    • FEI Grand Prix Freestyle to Music CDIO
    • Total endowment: € 150,000
    • Final of the individual classification CDIO
    • The 15 best riders/horses of competition D 6 (FEI Olympic Grand Prix Spécial CDIO5*) may take part, a maximum of three riders per country is allowed
    • Relevant is the valid judges‘ sheet of the FEI Grand Prix Level „Freestyle Test“ (Revision 2009)
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    Winner 2013: Helen Langehanenberg (GER), Damon Hill NRW

    Participants 2013

    Here you can find the dressage participants of the CHIO Aachen 2013.

    Schedule 2013

    Download Schedule Dressage 2013 (PDF)
  • Eventing

    Eventing

    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Day Programme
    DHL-Prize

    Dressage test

    The eventers and their horses have to accomplish their first competition in the 20 x 60 metre sand dressage arena in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. Three judges, the so-called „Ground Jury“, mark the movements that have to be completed, from different positions around the arena (C, H and B). A maximum of 10 points can be awarded for each of the movements, which differ from each other in their complexity - among others the obedience of the horse, the precision, the movements of the horse as well as the rider‘s seat and correctness of aids are evaluated.

    After the dressage competition, the eventing riders have to absolve their jumping test in the afternoon the Main Stadium, and on Saturday morning, the cross-country phase will bring the eventing discipline to a spectacular close.

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    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    DHL-Prize

    Jumping

    On Friday afternoon, the eventing riders enter the Main Stadium with its capacity of 40,000 spectators. A course of 450 to 550 metres and 11 to 12 obstacles with the maximum height of 1.25 metres has to be absolved in the jumping competition.

    Previous to the jumping competition, the eventing riders have already absolved their dressage test in the Deutsche Bank Stadium on Friday morning, and on Saturday morning, the cross-country phase will bring the eventing discipline to a spectacular close.

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    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Cross-country course Soers
    DHL-Prize

    Cross-country competition

    Traditionally actually held as the second of the three competitions, in Aachen the cross-country phase -in the modern CIC format- will bring the eventing discipline to a spectacular close, after dressage and jumping on Friday. The cross-country track, built by Rüdiger Schwarz, is 4,000 metres long and leads through the meadows of the Aachen Soers, directly next to the CHIO show grounds - so the spectators can easily reach it on foot. The competition’s start takes place in the Soers meadows, the finishing line is located inside the CHIO’s Main Stadium.

    The ticket "Vielseitigkeit - Geländeprüfung Soers"contains access to the cross-country course incl. access to the Main Stadium standing area until the end of the cross-country competition. Access to the CHIO-Village is possible until 6 p.m. area and to the CHIO-Village until the end of the Cross-Country competition)

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    Winner 2013: INDIVIDUAL Christopher Burton (AUS), Holstein Park Leilani; TEAM Germany (Sandra Auffarth/Opgun Louvo, Dirk Schrade/Hop and Skip, Michael Jung/Halunke FBW, Andreas Dibowski/FRH Butts Leon)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Deutsche Bank Stadium - Day Programme
    DHL-Prize

    Dressage test

    The eventers and their horses have to accomplish their first competition in the 20 x 60 metre sand dressage arena in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. Three judges, the so-called „Ground Jury“, mark the movements that have to be completed, from different positions around the arena (C, H and B). A maximum of 10 points can be awarded for each of the movements, which differ from each other in their complexity - among others the obedience of the horse, the precision, the movements of the horse as well as the rider‘s seat and correctness of aids are evaluated.

    After the dressage competition, the eventing riders have to absolve their jumping test in the afternoon the Main Stadium, and on Saturday morning, the cross-country phase will bring the eventing discipline to a spectacular close.

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    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    DHL-Prize

    Jumping

    On Friday afternoon, the eventing riders enter the Main Stadium with its capacity of 40,000 spectators. A course of 450 to 550 metres and 11 to 12 obstacles with the maximum height of 1.25 metres has to be absolved in the jumping competition.

    Previous to the jumping competition, the eventing riders have already absolved their dressage test in the Deutsche Bank Stadium on Friday morning, and on Saturday morning, the cross-country phase will bring the eventing discipline to a spectacular close.

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    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Cross-country course Soers
    DHL-Prize

    Cross-country competition

    Traditionally actually held as the second of the three competitions, in Aachen the cross-country phase -in the modern CIC format- will bring the eventing discipline to a spectacular close, after dressage and jumping on Friday. The cross-country track, built by Rüdiger Schwarz, is 4,000 metres long and leads through the meadows of the Aachen Soers, directly next to the CHIO show grounds - so the spectators can easily reach it on foot. The competition’s start takes place in the Soers meadows, the finishing line is located inside the CHIO’s Main Stadium.

    The ticket "Vielseitigkeit - Geländeprüfung Soers"contains access to the cross-country course incl. access to the Main Stadium standing area until the end of the cross-country competition. Access to the CHIO-Village is possible until 6 p.m. area and to the CHIO-Village until the end of the Cross-Country competition)

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    Winner 2013: INDIVIDUAL Christopher Burton (AUS), Holstein Park Leilani; TEAM Germany (Sandra Auffarth/Opgun Louvo, Dirk Schrade/Hop and Skip, Michael Jung/Halunke FBW, Andreas Dibowski/FRH Butts Leon)

    Participants 2013

    Here you can find the eventing participants of the CHIO Aachen 2013.

    Schedule 2014

    Download Schedule Eventing 2014 (PDF)

    Virtual Course 2013

    Also in 2013, the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. is developing the animated course together with the Office for 3D-Visualisations no monochrom from Aachen. From a rider's perspective, the website visitor will be able to experience the course, which has been developed by course designer Rüdiger Schwarz, online.

    To watch the cross country competition live on June 29th, please call our Ticket-Hotline +49 (0) 241 - 917 - 1111.

    To enjoy the course virtual please click here.

  • Driving

    Driving

    Wednesday, 16.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of Fa. Horsch, Der Entsorger

    Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers

    • Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers
    • Total endowment: € 6,000
    • Rating competition for the combined individual classification (F 7)
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Dressage Test No. 1
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    Winner 2013: Chester Webber (USA)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of Martello Immobilienmanagement GmbH & Co. KG

    Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers

    • Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers
    • Total endowment: € 7,700
    • Rating competition for the combined team classification (F 8)
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI-Dressage Test No. 8A
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    Winner 2013: Chester Weber (USA)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of Soers

    Obstacle driving

    • Obstacle driving penalties/time
    • Total endowment: € 15,500
    • Rating competition for the combined individual classification (F 7)
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    Winner 2013: Koos de Ronde (NED)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Tank & Rast-Prize - Jump & Drive

    Combined jumping and driving competition

    • Participants: Eight drivers and eight jumping riders: The best placed driver from each team
      after competitions F1, F2 and F3 and eight riders upon invitation of the ALRV
    • Total endowment: € 15,000
    • One driver and one jumping rider are a team. The rider starts first and absolves a course with eight obstacles, after passing the last obstacle, the rider hands over his horse to a groom and climbs onto the carriage; the driver then absolves an obstacle course together with the rider on his carriage
    • The fastest team wins, each obstacle penalty will be penalized with 4 seconds
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    Winner 2013: Sieger 2013: Boyd Exell (AUS) & Shane Breen (IRE)
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Marathon course Soers
    Wohnwelt Pallen Marathon

    Marathon competition for four-in-hand drivers

    The entry to the marathon competition is free;
    please note that on the afternoon of the Marathon Day, ONLY the entry to the marathon course in the Soers meadows is free of charge, the entry to the CHIO show grounds is not possible without a valid ticket

    • Marathon competition for four-in-hand drivers on the Marathon Course Soers
    • Total endowment: € 30,200
    • Rating competition for the combined individual (F 7) and team classification (F 8)
    • The competition consists of 3 phases:
      - Phase A: ca. 7.500 meters, pace free, warm-up passage, average speed 15 km/h
      - Phase D: ca. 1.000 meters, walk passage, average speed 7 km/h
      - Phase E: ca. 9.000 meters, pace free, obstacle passage, average speed 14 km/h
    • In Phase E, eight obstacles are to be absolved; the time that is needed to pass the single obstacles is decisive, time is stopped upon entering and leaving the obstacle

    Special trophy for the winner of the “Wohnwelt Pallen Marathon” (competition F 5) presented by the Aachener Bank eG.

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    Winner 2013: Michael Brauchle (GER)
    Sunday, 20.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of H&T Automotive Components

    Obstacle driving with drive-off

    • Obstacle driving with drive-off
    • Total endowment: € 15,500
    • Rating competition for the combined team classification (F 8)
    • In case of equality of penalties for the first place, a drive-off is decisive
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    Winner 2013: Zoltán Lázár (HUN)
    Prize of Family Richard Talbot

    Prize-giving ceremony in the main stadium

    • Prize giving ceremony: Individual classification of combined driving events
    • Total endowment: € 18,500
    • The results from the competitions F 1, F 3 and F 5 count for the final result
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    Winner 2013: Boyd Exell (AUS)
    Fendt Nations' Cup

    Prize-giving ceremony in the main stadium

    • Prize giving ceremony: Team classification of combined driving events
    • Total endowment: € 32,000
    • The results from the competitions F 2, F 5 and F 6 count for the final result, the results of the two best drivers of one team in the three competitions are counted
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    Winner 2013: Netherlands (I. Chardon, K. de Ronde, T. Timmerman)
    Wednesday, 16.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of Fa. Horsch, Der Entsorger

    Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers

    • Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers
    • Total endowment: € 6,000
    • Rating competition for the combined individual classification (F 7)
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI Dressage Test No. 1
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    Winner 2013: Chester Webber (USA)
    Thursday, 17.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of Martello Immobilienmanagement GmbH & Co. KG

    Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers

    • Dressage competition for four-in-hand drivers
    • Total endowment: € 7,700
    • Rating competition for the combined team classification (F 8)
    • Test to be absolved from memory: FEI-Dressage Test No. 8A
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    Winner 2013: Chester Weber (USA)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of Soers

    Obstacle driving

    • Obstacle driving penalties/time
    • Total endowment: € 15,500
    • Rating competition for the combined individual classification (F 7)
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    Winner 2013: Koos de Ronde (NED)
    Friday, 18.07.2014
    Main Stadium
    Tank & Rast-Prize - Jump & Drive

    Combined jumping and driving competition

    • Participants: Eight drivers and eight jumping riders: The best placed driver from each team
      after competitions F1, F2 and F3 and eight riders upon invitation of the ALRV
    • Total endowment: € 15,000
    • One driver and one jumping rider are a team. The rider starts first and absolves a course with eight obstacles, after passing the last obstacle, the rider hands over his horse to a groom and climbs onto the carriage; the driver then absolves an obstacle course together with the rider on his carriage
    • The fastest team wins, each obstacle penalty will be penalized with 4 seconds
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    Winner 2013: Sieger 2013: Boyd Exell (AUS) & Shane Breen (IRE)
    Saturday, 19.07.2014
    Marathon course Soers
    Wohnwelt Pallen Marathon

    Marathon competition for four-in-hand drivers

    The entry to the marathon competition is free;
    please note that on the afternoon of the Marathon Day, ONLY the entry to the marathon course in the Soers meadows is free of charge, the entry to the CHIO show grounds is not possible without a valid ticket

    • Marathon competition for four-in-hand drivers on the Marathon Course Soers
    • Total endowment: € 30,200
    • Rating competition for the combined individual (F 7) and team classification (F 8)
    • The competition consists of 3 phases:
      - Phase A: ca. 7.500 meters, pace free, warm-up passage, average speed 15 km/h
      - Phase D: ca. 1.000 meters, walk passage, average speed 7 km/h
      - Phase E: ca. 9.000 meters, pace free, obstacle passage, average speed 14 km/h
    • In Phase E, eight obstacles are to be absolved; the time that is needed to pass the single obstacles is decisive, time is stopped upon entering and leaving the obstacle

    Special trophy for the winner of the “Wohnwelt Pallen Marathon” (competition F 5) presented by the Aachener Bank eG.

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    Winner 2013: Michael Brauchle (GER)
    Sunday, 20.07.2014
    Driving Stadium
    Prize of H&T Automotive Components

    Obstacle driving with drive-off

    • Obstacle driving with drive-off
    • Total endowment: € 15,500
    • Rating competition for the combined team classification (F 8)
    • In case of equality of penalties for the first place, a drive-off is decisive
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    Winner 2013: Zoltán Lázár (HUN)
    Prize of Family Richard Talbot

    Prize-giving ceremony in the main stadium

    • Prize giving ceremony: Individual classification of combined driving events
    • Total endowment: € 18,500
    • The results from the competitions F 1, F 3 and F 5 count for the final result
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    Winner 2013: Boyd Exell (AUS)
    Fendt Nations' Cup

    Prize-giving ceremony in the main stadium

    • Prize giving ceremony: Team classification of combined driving events
    • Total endowment: € 32,000
    • The results from the competitions F 2, F 5 and F 6 count for the final result, the results of the two best drivers of one team in the three competitions are counted
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    Winner 2013: Netherlands (I. Chardon, K. de Ronde, T. Timmerman)

    Participants 2013

    Here you can find the four in hand participants of the CHIO Aachen 2013.

    Schedule 2014

    Download Schedule Driving 2014 (PDF)
  • Vaulting

    Vaulting

    Friday, 11.07.2014
    Albert-Vahle-Arena
    Prize of Sparkasse | Compulsory Test Female

    Compulsory Test Female - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Compulsory Test Male

    Compulsory Test Male - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Squad Competition

    Squad Competition - Compulsory

    • Total endowment: € 8,000
    • Team competition (all teams are allowed to participate), the competition consists of a Compulsory Round (Fri., June 21st, 2013 and a Freestyle Round (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of the two rounds are added and divided by two
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Technical Test Female

    Technical Test Female - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Technical Test Male

    Technical Test Male - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Saturday, 12.07.2014
    Albert-Vahle-Arena
    Prize of Sparkasse | Pas de Deus

    Freestyle Test to Music - Pas de Deux

    • Total endowment: € 1,000
    • A Pas de Deux consists of two vaulters, either female/female, male/male or female/male
    • The competition comprises of two rounds (round 1: Sat., June 22nd, 2013, round 2: Sun., June 23rd, 2013), in both rounds, the vaulters have to absolve a freestyle test
    • The final mark is the average of the two rounds
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Squad Competition

    Squad Competition - Freestyle

    • Total endowment: € 8,000
    • Team competition (all teams are allowed to participate), the competition consists of a Compulsory Round (Fri., June 21st, 2013 and a Freestyle Round (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of the two rounds are added and divided by two
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    Winner 2013: Germany I / RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen (GER)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Freestyle Test to Music Female

    Freestyle Test to Music Female - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Winner 2013: Eccles, Joanne (GBR)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Freestyle Test to Music Male

    Freestyle Test to Music Male

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Winner 2013: Oese, Eric (GER)
    Sunday, 13.07.2014
    Albert-Vahle-Arena
    Prize of Sparkasse | Squad Competition

    Squad Competition - Freestyle

    • Team competition, all teams that could not qualify for the Nations‘ Cup as well as teams that do not have a complete national team (1 female vaulter, 1 male vaulter, 1 team) to compete in the Nations‘ Cup
    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The competition comprises a freestyle test
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    Winner 2013: Team La Camilla Italian (ITA)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Pas de Deus

    Freestyle Test to Music - Pas de Deux

    • Total endowment: € 1,000
    • A Pas de Deux consists of two vaulters, either female/female, male/male or female/male
    • The competition comprises of two rounds (round 1: Sat., June 22nd 2013, round 2: Sun., June 23rd, 2013), in both rounds, the vaulters have to absolve a freestyle test
    • The final mark is the average of the two rounds
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    Winner 2013: Theresa Thiel and Stefan Csandl (AUT)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Nations' Cup

    Nations' Cup

    • Total endowment: € 10,000
    • A national team in the Nations‘ Cup consists of a female, a male and a team of the respective country
    • At least the eight best nations from competitions V 1, V 2 and V 3 compete in the Nations’ Cup with their national teams (for a nation‘s qualification, the results of the female, male and team from competitions V 1, V 2 and V 3 count); if a country qualifies with two teams, both are allowed to start
    • Females, males and teams of the national teams each have to absolve a freestyle test
    • For the final result of the national team, the results of the female, the male and the team are added
    • Starting order: Female, male and team of one national team start directly one after the other (the team starts last), thus the final result of the national teams can be calculated quickly
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    Winner 2013: Germany 1 / RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen, Corinna Knauf and Eric Oese
    Friday, 11.07.2014
    Albert-Vahle-Arena
    Prize of Sparkasse | Compulsory Test Female

    Compulsory Test Female - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Compulsory Test Male

    Compulsory Test Male - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Squad Competition

    Squad Competition - Compulsory

    • Total endowment: € 8,000
    • Team competition (all teams are allowed to participate), the competition consists of a Compulsory Round (Fri., June 21st, 2013 and a Freestyle Round (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of the two rounds are added and divided by two
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Technical Test Female

    Technical Test Female - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Technical Test Male

    Technical Test Male - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Saturday, 12.07.2014
    Albert-Vahle-Arena
    Prize of Sparkasse | Pas de Deus

    Freestyle Test to Music - Pas de Deux

    • Total endowment: € 1,000
    • A Pas de Deux consists of two vaulters, either female/female, male/male or female/male
    • The competition comprises of two rounds (round 1: Sat., June 22nd, 2013, round 2: Sun., June 23rd, 2013), in both rounds, the vaulters have to absolve a freestyle test
    • The final mark is the average of the two rounds
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Squad Competition

    Squad Competition - Freestyle

    • Total endowment: € 8,000
    • Team competition (all teams are allowed to participate), the competition consists of a Compulsory Round (Fri., June 21st, 2013 and a Freestyle Round (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of the two rounds are added and divided by two
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    Winner 2013: Germany I / RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen (GER)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Freestyle Test to Music Female

    Freestyle Test to Music Female - Individuals

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Winner 2013: Eccles, Joanne (GBR)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Freestyle Test to Music Male

    Freestyle Test to Music Male

    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The individual rating comprises of three competition parts: Compulsory and technical test (Fri., June 21st, 2013) and the freestyle (Sat., June 22nd, 2013)
    • For the total results, the marks out of competition parts 1-3 are added and divided by three
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    Winner 2013: Oese, Eric (GER)
    Sunday, 13.07.2014
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    Prize of Sparkasse | Squad Competition

    Squad Competition - Freestyle

    • Team competition, all teams that could not qualify for the Nations‘ Cup as well as teams that do not have a complete national team (1 female vaulter, 1 male vaulter, 1 team) to compete in the Nations‘ Cup
    • Total endowment: € 2,000
    • The competition comprises a freestyle test
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    Winner 2013: Team La Camilla Italian (ITA)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Pas de Deus

    Freestyle Test to Music - Pas de Deux

    • Total endowment: € 1,000
    • A Pas de Deux consists of two vaulters, either female/female, male/male or female/male
    • The competition comprises of two rounds (round 1: Sat., June 22nd 2013, round 2: Sun., June 23rd, 2013), in both rounds, the vaulters have to absolve a freestyle test
    • The final mark is the average of the two rounds
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    Winner 2013: Theresa Thiel and Stefan Csandl (AUT)
    Prize of Sparkasse | Nations' Cup

    Nations' Cup

    • Total endowment: € 10,000
    • A national team in the Nations‘ Cup consists of a female, a male and a team of the respective country
    • At least the eight best nations from competitions V 1, V 2 and V 3 compete in the Nations’ Cup with their national teams (for a nation‘s qualification, the results of the female, male and team from competitions V 1, V 2 and V 3 count); if a country qualifies with two teams, both are allowed to start
    • Females, males and teams of the national teams each have to absolve a freestyle test
    • For the final result of the national team, the results of the female, the male and the team are added
    • Starting order: Female, male and team of one national team start directly one after the other (the team starts last), thus the final result of the national teams can be calculated quickly
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    Winner 2013: Germany 1 / RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen, Corinna Knauf and Eric Oese

    Participants 2013

    Here you can find the vaulting participants of the CHIO Aachen 2013.

    Schedule 2013

    Download Schedule Vaulting 2013 (PDF)
  • Results

    Results

    Results CHIO Aachen 2013

    Here you can find the Results-Archive of the CHIO Aachen.

  • Side Events

    Side Events

    Horse & Symphony

    Friday, July 11th, Saturday, July 12th, 2014, 8:30 p.m.

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

    The concert "Horse & Symphony" in the course of the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen will also in 2014 featured an extraordinary show programme together with atmospheric live music played by the Symphony Orchestra Aachen.

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    Soers Sunday

    Soers Sunday
    Open Day, July 13th, 2014

    The traditional open day offer an entertaining show programme with free admission.

    Opening Ceremony

    Tuesday, June 25th, 2013, as of 4.40 p.m.

    The official Opening Ceremony of the CHIO Aachen 2013 on Tuesday, June 25th (Main Stadium) is the first colourful highlight of the event.

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    CHIO Show and Breeding Day

    July 18th, 2014 from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. in the Driving Stadium

    Baroque Horses at the CHIO Show and Breeding Day 2014

    Lusitanos, Friesen or Lipizzaners – at this year's Show and Breeding Day the focus is going to be on the magnificent baroque horses. Not only breeders are invited to the exceptional event, whole families should take advantage of this day to take a trip out to the showgrounds. Around ten baroque horse breeds can be admired!  In addition to the presentation of the breeds, a quadrille will be performed by AACCPRE (the German Breeding Association for Horses of the Pura Raza Espanola). As a special attraction, the baroque horse competition series "Copa Baroque" will also be highlighted: Here, the horses will be presented donning their respective customary saddles and bridles and the riders will be clad in traditional regional costumes. Furthermore, the show guests will be able to experience the baroque horses pulling carriages and admire mares with foals at foot.

    The breeding and show programme will take place in the Driving Stadium. At 4.50 p.m., the final presentation of all breeds will be held in the Main Stadium. It is not necessary to purchase an extra ticket to visit this event. Anyone, who buys a ticket for the dressage or jumping competitions for the same day, can also attend the breeding and show programme in the Driving Stadium.

    Live on Stage & Partys

    CHIO-Night powered by STAWAG

    Friday, July 18th
    after the end of the sports programme
    in the "Soerser Winkel"

    STAWAG PARTY

    Friday, July 18th

    starting at 9.00 p.m. in the "Soerser Zelt"

    Entertainment and Live-Musik

    Every day after the sports programme, an attractive, daily changing programme will be presented on the Soers Stage in the Soers Corner. Enjoy the unique atmosphere in the beer garden !

     

    Datum Ort / Uhrzeit Programm
    Saturday
    12.07.
    Soerser Winkel
    from 8.00 p.m.
    WHITE PARTY
    Tuesday
    15.07.
    Soerser Winkel
    immediately following the
    Opening Ceremony
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    Wednesday
    16.07.
    Soerser Winkel
    immediately following the
    Sports Programme
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    Thursday
    17.07.
    Soerser Winkel
    immediately following the
    Sports Programme
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    Friday
    18.07.
    Soerser Winkel
    from 7.00 p.m.
    CHIO-Night powered by STAWAG
    Friday
    28.06.
    Soerser Zelt
    from 9.00 p.m.
    STAWAG-Party
    Saturday
    19.07.
    Soerser Winkel
    immediately following the
    Sports Programme
    tba
  • CHIO Aachen on TV

    CHIO Aachen on TV

    TV Broadcasts 2013

    Preliminary TV schedule CHIO Aachen 2013 (Germany)
    Sunday, June 23rd
    3.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. LIVE: Prize of Sparkasse, Vaulting Nations' Cup
    Tuesday, June 25th
    4.45 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Official Opening Ceremony
    furthermore: Jumping „Sparkassen-Youngster-Cup“
    Wednesday, June 26th
    3.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping WARSTEINER-Prize, Prize of Europe
    Thursday, June 27th
    8.15 p.m. – 10.45 p.m. WDR LIVE: LIVE Jumping Mercedes-Benz Prize, part of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™(Nations's Cup under floodlight);
    FEI TV LIVE: Click here
    furthermore: Dressage Prize of Family Tesch (Grand Prix)

    Friday, June 28th
    3.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping RWE-Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia; furthermore: Jumping Highlights Mercedes-Benz Prize, part of the FEI Nations Cup™ & Eventing DHL-Prize (Dressage)
    Saturday, June 29th
    11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Eventing: DHL Prize (Cross-country)
    4.30 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. ARD LIVE: Driving Wohnwelt Pallen Marathon
    furthermore: Eventing Highlights DHL-Prize & Dressage MEGGLE-Prize (Grand Prix Spécial)
    Sunday, June 30th
    12.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Dressage Deutsche Bank Prize,
    Grand Prix Dressage of Aachen (Grand Prix Freestyle)
    2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix, The Grand Prix of Aachen, 1st round
    5.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. ARD LIVE: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix, The Grand Prix of Aachen, 2nd Round and jump-off
    4.30 p.m. - 5.45 p.m. Eurosport 2 LIVE: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix, The Grand Prix of Aachen, 2nd Round and jump-off
    7.30 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. 

     

    WDR Farewell of Nations
    6,45 p.m. - 7.45 p.m. 

     

    Eurosport Rerun: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix (The Grand Prix of Aachen, part of the Rolex Grand Slam)
    Monday, July 1st
    0.30 a.m. - 1.30 a.m. 

     

    Eurosport Rerun: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix (The Grand Prix of Aachen, part of the Rolex Grand Slam)
    Tuesday, July 2nd Eurosport Rerun: Jumping ROLEX Grand Prix (The Grand Prix of Aachen, part of the Rolex Grand Slam)

    Livestream: www.clipmyhorse.com

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