“Info stewards” as contact partners on the warm-up area
The best horses and riders in the world will be meeting up at the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, from July 12th-21st. In order to make the sport more transparent, “Info stewards” will be available as contact partners on the dressage warm-up areas to provide the spectators with information.
The organisers of the event, the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. (ALRV), are providing this service together with the German Equestrian Federation (FN). “We contemplated with the FN how we could best inform the spectators about the sport,” the ALRV Chairman and Show Director, Frank Kemperman, explained. For example, last year there was some dissatisfaction around the dressage warm-up area, the reproach: That some of the riders were warming up unfairly and that the stewards of the international federation, the FEI, did not show sufficient presence. Since the CHIO Aachen is an international show, the FEI is responsible for the supervision of the warm-up areas. “The FEI stewards will also be equipped with bibs so that they are immediately recognisable,” commented Kemperman. This wasn’t the case in the past, “so we weren’t clearly identifiable straightaway,” said Jacques van Daele, the FEI Chief Steward at the CHIO Aachen.
Thies Kaspareit and Wolfgang Egbers are available as contact partners, “both are acknowledged training experts,” the FN General Secretary, Soenke Lauterbach, reported. A further aim behind Kaspareit and Egbers acting as contact partners for the public is to additionally relieve the official stewards.
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