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2009 FEI European Jumping and Dressage Championships

The 2009 FEI European Jumping and Dressage Championships, also known as the 2009 Alltech FEI European Jumping and Dressage Championships, is the 30th edition of the European Show Jumping Championships and the 26th edition of the European Dressage Championship. It is being held at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England from August 25 to August 30, 2009. For the first time, the European Jumping Championships and the European Dressage Championship are being held at the same time. 92 competitors from 24 nations will compete in the jumping competition, while 54 competitors from 19 nations will compete in the dressage competition.[1][2]

Contents

Events

Jumping

Individual

Team

Dressage

Individual freestyle

Individual special

Team

Medal summary

Medal table

1

22x20px Netherlands

3 2 2 7

2

22x20px France

1 0 0 1

22x20px Switzerland

1 0 0 1
3

22x20px Germany

0 1 2 3
4

22x20px Great Britain

0 1 1 2
5

22x20px Italy

0 1 0 1

Medalists

Individual freestyle dressage
details
Flag of Netherlands Edward Gal on Moorlands Totilas Flag of Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen on Parzival Flag of Netherlands Anky van Grunsven on Salinero
Individual special dressage
details
Flag of Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen on Parzival Flag of Netherlands Edward Gal on Moorlands Totilas Flag of United Kingdom Laura Bechtolsheimer on Mistral Hojris
Team dressage
details
22x20px Netherlands
Edward Gal on Moorlands Totilas
Adelinde Cornelissen on Parzival
Anky van Grunsven on Salinero
Imke Schellekens-Bartels on Sunrise
22x20px Great Britain
Laura Bechtolsheimer on Mistral Hojris
Emma Hindle on Lancet
Carl Hester on Liebling II
Maria Eilberg on Two Sox
22x20px Germany
Matthias-Alexander Rath on Sterntaler-Unicef
Monika Theodorescu on Whisper
Susanne Lebek on Potomac
Ellen Schulten-Baumer on Donatha S
Individual jumping
details
Flag of France Kevin Staut on Kraque Boom Flag of Germany Carsten-Otto Nagel on Corradina Flag of Netherlands Albert Zoer on Okidoki
Team jumping
details
22x20px Switzerland
Pius Schwizer on Ulysse
Daniel Etter on Peu à Peu
Steve Guerdat on Jalisca Solier
Clarissa Grotta on West Side v. Meerputhoeve
22x20px Italy
Juan-Carlos Garcia on Hamilton de Perhet
Giuseppe d'Onofrio on Landzeu
Natale Chiaudani on SNAI Seldana di campalto
Piergiorgio Bucci on Kanebo
22x20px Germany
Marcus Ehning on Plot Blue
Carsten-Otto Nagel on Corradina
Thomas Mühlbauer on Asti Spumante
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on Checkmate

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