Flat out in the “Lavazza Prize”
Spectacular new competition unites three disciplines – Klimke, Jung and co. on the starting list
It is going to be fast and furious. When the best eventers in the world climb into the saddle at the CHIO Aachen on Saturday evening (July 16th, 9.30 p.m.) to master the course of a new spectacular competition together with four-in-hand drivers and show-jumpers, a fantastic atmosphere is guaranteed. 40,000 spectators will be totally excited during the “Lavazza Prize”.
It is a well-known fact that the top eventing stars only know two speeds: Fast and very fast. The crème de la crème have already confirmed their participation in this completely new form of competition: The legendary eventer Mark Todd (NZL), two-time winner of the DHL Prize at the CHIO Aachen, Christopher Burton (GBR); the top Dutch rider, Tim Lips, as well as the German superstars Sandra Auffarth, Ingrid Klimke and Michael Jung. Each of them will form a team together with two show-jumpers and a driver. “We have further developed the popular ‘Jump and Drive’ into the Lavazza Prize, so that it is even more action-packed,” stated Show Director, Frank Kemperman, who is convinced: “The crowd is going to love the competition.” Tickets are available online or via the hotline on +49-(0)241-917-1111.
Lavazza is the new partner of the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen. The family business that was founded in Turin in 1895 lends its name to the “Lavazza Prize” and is also the official coffee partner. As such the guests of the CHIO Aachen can not only enjoy world-class sport, but also selected Italian coffee specialities at the showgrounds.
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