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Jumping

Show jumping has a long tradition at the Aachen Soers. The international show jumping elite has already been meeting up here for many years striving to ride to victory in the coveted competitions of the CHIO Aachen. Around 40,000 spectators can experience national and international jumping competitions in the unique atmosphere of the Main Stadium – the programme includes something for everyone.

Tue Tuesday , 02.07.24
Main Stadium
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Warm-Up presented by STAWAG

Open to the public and moderated

Jumping

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STAWAG Opening Jumping Competition

Jumping competition (penalties/time)

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German U25 Trophy of the Stiftung Deutscher Pferdesport and Holger Hetzel, Prize of Holger Hetzel - Qualifier

Jumping competition (penalties/time)

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Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup

Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

Wed Wednesday , 03.07.24
Main Stadium
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Prize of Handwerk

Jumping competition (penalties/time)

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German U25 Trophy of the Stiftung Deutscher Pferdesport and Holger Hetzel, Prize of Holger Hetzel - Final

Jumping competition with jump-off

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Prize of StädteRegion Aachen in memory of Landrat Hermann-Josef Pütz

Jumping competition in two phases

 

Special trophy for the best placed German rider presented by the Gemeinschaft der Starter-, Ziel- und Hindernisrichter “Der Pferdeschwanz” (The Horse Tails)

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Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe

Jumping competition with jump-off under floodlight

Thu Thursday , 04.07.24
Main Stadium
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Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup

Jumping competition for young horses (penalties/time)

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STAWAG-Prize

Jumping competition (penalties/time)

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Mercedes-Benz Nations´ Cup

Team Jumping Competition with two rounds under floodlight

Fri Friday , 05.07.24
Main Stadium
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NetAachen-Prize

Young Riders Jumping Competition (penalties/time)

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VBR-Prize

Jumping competition in two phases

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RWE Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia

Jumping competition with jump-off

 

“Prize of the Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia” for the winning rider

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Feinkost Käfer-Prize

Speed and Handiness Competition over ditches and banks

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SAP-Cup

Jumping competition in the discipline eventing

Sat Saturday , 06.07.24
Main Stadium - Day programme
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Allianz-Prize

Jumping competition with winning round

Sat Saturday , 06.07.24
Main Stadium - Evening programme
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Sparkassen-Youngsters-Cup - FINAL

Jumping competition for young horses with jump-off

 

Special prize (a foal) for the winner of the overall ranking presented by the Sparkasse Aachen

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MERKUR Casino-Cup

Combined jumping, eventing and driving competition

Sun Sunday , 07.07.24
Main Stadium
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NetAachen-Prize

Young Riders Jumping Competition (penalties/time) with jump-off

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Prize of BEMER International AG

Jumping competition (penalties/time)

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Rolex Grand Prix

Part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, The Grand Prix of Aachen
Jumping competition with two rounds & jump-off – First round

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Rolex Grand Prix

Part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, The Grand Prix of Aachen
Jumping competition with two rounds & jump-off – Second round and jump-off

 

“Challenge Trophy of the City of Aachen” for the winning rider presented by the City of Aachen

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Prize of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

for the rider with the best style of the entire show

 

 

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Prize of the Federal Minister of the Interior and Community

for the best placed jumping rider of the entire show

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Halla Challenge Trophy

for the owner of the most successful horse in the classical jumping competitions of the entire show

Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping

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 Olympic 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. Four of the most prestigious and famous Equestrian Sport Venues in the world have joined together to combine not only 5 million Euro prize money, but also 1,200 accredited journalists, 900,000 spectators and more than 250 years of Equestrian Sport History. Legends can grow out of these traditions. If one rider wins the final Grand Prix at three of the four 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.

Four Majors – Aachen, Spruce Meadows, Geneva & ´s-Hertogenbosch

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. If that same rider then continues their success by winning a fourth Major in succession, they will be rewarded with an additional 1 million Euro bonus. Whoever wins two shows in a row receives a bonus of 500,000 euros. It is only the rider that counts. 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.

2015 the British Show Jumper Scott Brash is the first to win the Rolex Grand Slam. With his Horse Hello Sanctos he won the three Grand Prix in Aachen, Spruce Meadows and Geneva – and makes History.

www.rolexgrandslam.com