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CHIO Aachen 2010


The CHIO Aachen 2010 was the 2010 edition of the CHIO Aachen, the German official horse show in five horse sport disciplines (show jumping, dressage, eventing, four-in-hand-driving and vaulting).

The CHIO Aachen is in show jumping and dressage the most prestigious horse show in Europe. It is also called "Weltfest der Pferdesports" (World Equestrian Festival).

The competitions are held at different places in Aachen. The show jumping competitions are held in the "Hauptstadion" of the CHIO Aachen, the dressage event are held in the "Deutsche Bank Stadion" and the vaulting competitions are held in the "Albert-Vahle-Halle", all in Aachen.

The CHIO Aachen 2010 was held as CSIO 5* (show jumping), CDIO 5* (dressage), CICO 3* (eventing), CAIO (four-in-hand-driving) and CVIO 2* (vaulting). It was held between July 9, 2010 and July 11, 2010 (vaulting) and between July 13, 2010 and July 18, 2010 (other disciplines).

The first horse show were held 1924 in Aachen, together with a horse race. In 1927 the horse show lasted six days. The first show jumping nations cup was held here in 1929. Since 2007, influenced by the World Equestrian Games 2006 in Aachen, also eventing and vaulting are disciplines of the CHIO Aachen. The CHIO Aachen 2010 is the 79th edition of the CHIO Aachen.

Contents

Nations Cup of Germany (vaulting)

The 2010 vaulting Nations Cup of Germany was part of the CHIO Aachen 2010. It was a combined competition of three Freestyle vaulting competitions (single vaulting - Men, single vaulting - Women and team vaulting. Unlike the other disciplines nations can start with more than one team.

Team

Vaulter

Group

Longeur

Horse

result

1

22x20px France

Anne-Sophie Musset-Agnus Danièle Agnus Kilkady D' Heurteloup

8.200

Nicolas Andreani Marine Joosten Dupon Idefix de Braize

8.727

Team "France" Fabrice Holzberger Wattriano R

8.557

25.484

2

22x20px Germany I

Kai Vorberg Kirsten Graf Sir Bernhard RS v. d. Wintermühle

8.587

Simone Wiegele Jessica Schmitz Arkansas

8.607

Bleyer Rheinland
(Team Wintermühle Köln and RSV Neuss Grimlinghausen)
Alexandra Knauf Weltoni RS v. d. Wintermühle

8.281

25.475

3

22x20px Germany II

Gero Meyer Silke Bartel Centuro

8.353

Sarah Kay Irina Lenkeit Airbus

8.340

PSG Rittergut Habighorst-Bordenau Lars Hansen Bobby

8.136

24.829

4

17px Switzerland I

Simone Jäiser Rita Blieske Luk

7.707

Patric Looser Alexandra Knauf Record RS v. d. Wintermühle

8.673

Team "Lütisburg I" Monika Bischofberger Will be Good

8.055

24.435

[Top 4 of 8 teams][1][2]

FEI Nations Cup of Germany (show jumping)

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of France (show jumping) was part of the CHIO Aachen 2010. It was the sixth competition of the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup.

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Germany was held at Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 7:30 pm (second round under floodlight). The competing teams were: France, the United States of America, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, Great Britain, Spain and Poland.

The competition was a show jumping competition with two rounds and optionally one jump-off. The height of the fences were up to 1.60 meters. Eight of ten teams were allowed to start in the second round.

The competition was endowed with 200,000 €. Mercedes-Benz was the sponsor of this competition.

Team

Rider

Horse

Round A Round B

Total penalties

Jump-off

Prize
money

Scoring
points

Penalties

Penalties

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

22x20px Ireland

Billy Twomey Tinka´s Serenade

4

0

Dermott Lennon Hallmark Elite

0

0

Cian O'Connor K Club Lady

0

0

Denis Lynch Lantinus

4

did not start

4

0

4

64,000 €

10

2

22x20px Germany

Marco Kutscher Cash

0

4

Janne-Friederike Meyer Lambrasco

4

1

Ludger Beerbaum Gotha

18

0

Marcus Ehning Plot Blue

0

did not start

4

5

9

40,000 €

7

3

22x20px United States

Lauren Hough Quick Study

0

4

Candice King Skara Glen's Davos

0

4

Nicole Shahinian Simpson Tristan

4

0

Laura Kraut Cedric

4

4

4

8

12

32,000 €

6

4

17px Switzerland

Steve Guerdat Jalisca Solier

8

12

Niklaus Schurtenberger Cantus

4

4

Werner Muff Campione

0

4

Pius Schwizer Carlina K

0

4

4

12

16

20,000 €

4.5

22x20px France

Pénélope Leprevost Mylord Carthago

0

0

Michel Robert Kellemoi de Pepita

13

13

Olivier Guillon Lord de Theize

4

8

Kevin Staut Kraque Boom

0

4

4

12

16

4.5

6

22x20px Netherlands

Vincent Voorn Alpapillon-Armanie

12

8

Gerco Schröder New Orleans

7

0

Harrie Smolders Walnut de Muze

4

8

Marc Houtzager Opium VS

0

5

11

13

24

11,000 €

3

7

22x20px Sweden

Malin Baryard-Johnsson Actrice W

4

8

Svante Johansson Caramell KS

4

9

Henrik von Eckermann Frodo

8

5

Rolf-Göran Bengtsson Quintero La Silla

1

9

9

22

31

8,000 €

2

8

22x20px United Kingdom

Peter Charles Pom d'Ami

4

5

David McPherson Chamberlain Z

4

17

Scott Brash Intertoy Z

25

4

John Whitaker Peppermill

1

did not start

9

26

35

5,000 €

1

9

22x20px Poland

Andrzej Lemanski Bischof L

4

Krzyszlof Ludwiczak Torado

12

Antoni Tomaszewski Trojka

8

Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski Coriana

5

17

-

0

10

22x20px Spain

Julio Arias Cueva Victory v. Hazelarenhoekj

did not start

Pilar Lucrecia Cordon Muro Herald

4

Lord du Mont Milon

9

Sergio Alvarez Moya Mme Pompadour M

5

18

-

0

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[3]

CICO 3*

The CICO 3*, was the official eventing competition of Germany. It was held as two-day-event. The first part of this competition, the dressage phase, was held at Friday, July 16, 2010 at 8:30 am. The second phase, the show jumping phase, was held at Friday, July 16, 2010 at 5:30 pm. The final phase, the cross country phase, was held at Saturday, July 17, 2010 at 10:30 am.

The sponsor of this competition was the DHL.

team result

Team

Rider

Horse

Converted dressage
score

Show jumping
score

Cross country
score

Total
score

1

22x20px Germany

Michael Jung River of Joy

38.20

8.00

27.60

73.80

Ingrid Klimke FRH Butts Abraxxas

40.60

8.00

1.60

50.20

Andreas Dibowski Butts Leon

41.20

4.00

2.40

47.60

Dirk Schrade King Artus

44.60

withdrawn

withdrawn

withdrawn

171.60

2

22x20px Sweden

Linda Algotsson Stand By Me

43.60

4.00

4.80

52.40

Niklas Jonsson First Lady

45.40

12.00

15.20

72.60

Katrin Norling Pandora Emm

45.80

4.00

4.40

54.20

Malin Larsson Piccadilly Z

52.60

4.00

22.80

79.40

179.20

3

Flag of United Kingdom Great Britain

Emily Baldwin Drivetime

39.20

1.00

8.80

49.00

Ruth Edge Carnaval Prince II

44.60

4.00

5.60

54.20

Pippa Funnell Mirage d'Elle

51.20

8.00

38.80

98.00

Nicola Wilson Bee Diplomatic

63.20

19.00

12.80

87.00

190.20

4

22x20px New Zealand

Andrew Nicholson Nereo

44.80

2.00

0.00

46.80

Mark Todd Chuckelberry

47.80

4.00

42.00

93.80

Jonathan Paget Clifton Promise

51.20

0.00

28.40

79.60

Joe Meyer Sanskrit

54.60

7.00

31.20

92.80

219.20

5

22x20px Belgium

Karin Donckers Gazelle de la Brasserie CH

39.40

8.00

6.40

53.80

Joris van Springel Limestone

47.20

1.00

eliminated

eliminated

Virginie Caulier Nepal du Sudre

49.80

4.00

20.40

74.20

Lara de Liedekerke Nooney Blue

53.60

4.00

35.20

92.80

220.80

6

22x20px Italy

Stefano Brecciaroli Apollo van de Wendi Kurt Hoeve

42.00

4.00

8.40

54.40

Susanna Bordone Blue Moss

48.20

0.00

62.80

111.00

Marco Cappai Dourango

51.80

31.00

18.40

101,20

Gianluca Gardini Lion Dancer

60.40

9.00

11.20

80.60

236.20

7

22x20px France

Stanislas de Zuchowicz Quirinal de la Bastide

49.80

5.00

88.00

142.80

Jean-Lou Bigot Lotus de Gobaude

51.00

3.00

eliminated

eliminated

Cédric Lyard Narcos de Soulac

55.60

4.00

43.60

103.20

Lionel Guyon Metisse de Lalou

56.00

4.00

67.60

313.60

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[4][5][6]

individual result

Rider

Horse

Converted dressage
score

Show jumping
score

Cross country
score

Total
score

1

Flag of New Zealand Andrew Nicholson Nereo

44.80

2.00

0.00

46.80

2

Flag of Germany Andreas Dibowski Butts Leon

41.20

4.00

2.40

47.60

3

Flag of Germany Dirk Schrade Gadget de la Cere

40.20

8.00

0.00

48.20

4

Flag of Germany Michael Jung Leopin

44.20

4.00

0.00

48.20

5

Flag of United Kingdom Emily Baldwin Drivetime

39.20

1.00

8.80

49.00

(Top 5 of 41 Competitors)[6]

Grand Prix Spécial

The Grand Prix Spécial was one of the most important dressage competitions at the CHIO Aachen 2010. A Grand Prix Spécial is the competition with the highest definite level of dressage competitions.

It was held at Saturday, July 17, 2010 at 9:00 am. The Meggle AG was the sponsor of this competition.

Rider

Horse

Score[7]

prize
money (€)

1

Flag of Netherlands Edward Gal Totilas

86.458 %

8,600 €

2

Flag of Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival

82.542 %

5,200 €

3

Flag of United Kingdom Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris

79.375 %

3,900 €

4

Flag of Germany Isabell Werth Satchmo

76.417 %

2,600 €

5

Flag of Austria Victoria Max-Theurer Augustin OLD

74.458 %

1,800 €

(top 5 of 30 competitors)

Nations Cup of Germany (dressage)

The 2010 dressage Nations Cup of the Netherlands was part of the CHIO Aachen 2010. The result of the dressage Nations Cup was an addition of the result of the Grand Prix de Dressage and the Grand Prix Spécial of four team riders per team.

The sponsor of this competition was the Lambertz-Group.

Team

Rider

Horse

Grand Prix de Dressage score

Grand Prix Spécial
score

Total
score
[8]

1

22x20px Netherlands

Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival

78.541 %

82.542 %

161.083

Edward Gal Totilas

83.860 %

86.458 %

170.318

Imke Schellekens-Bartels Sunrise

73.739 %

73.500 %

147.239

478.640

2

22x20px Germany

Christoph Koschel Donnperignon

72.644 %

74.333 %

146.977

Matthias-Alexander Rath Sterntaler-UNICEF

71.185 %

72.583 %

143.768

Isabell Werth Satchmo

75.836 %

76.417 %

152.253

442.998

3

Flag of United Kingdom Great Britain

Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris

77.295 %

79.375 %

156.670

Fiona Bigwood Wie-Atlantico de Ymas

67.264 %

66.542 %

133.806

Emile Faurie Elmegardens Marequis

65.015 %

67.667 %

132.682

423.158

4

22x20px Belgium

Jeroen Devroe Apollo van het Vijverhof

69.726 %

69.333 %

139.059

Philippe Jorissen Le Beau

66.231 %

66.375 %

132.606

Stefan van Ingelgem Withney van't Genthof

67.325 %

68.792 %

136.117

407.782

5

22x20px Canada

Bonny Bonnello Pikardi

64.316 %

60.583 %

124.899

Ashley Holzer Pop Art

69.027 %

68.750 %

137.777

Belinda Trussell Anton

68.024 %

67.125 %

135.149

397.825

6

22x20px Spain

Claudio Castilla Ruiz Jade de MV

68.176 %

64.083 %

139.059

Rafael Ortiz G-Nidium

66.505 %

64.792 %

131.297

José María Sanchez Cobos Fogonero IX

66.687 %

63.292 %

129.979

393.535

7

22x20px Denmark

Mikala Münter Gundersen Leonberg

66.930 %

61.875 %

128.805

Anne van Olst Clearwater

67.052 %

67.917 %

134.969

Anne Troensegaard Seduc

65.684 %

62.875 %

128.559

392.333

-

22x20px Australia

Hayley Beresford Relâmpago do Retiro

65.319 %

65.708 %

131.027

Lyndal Oatley Potifar

65.106 %

did not start

-

Brett Parbery Victory Salute

70.365 %

69.042 %

139.407

eliminated

-

22x20px Sweden

Anette Christensson Normandie JB

63.100 %

did not start

-

Patrik Kittel Florett AS

67.234 %

67.375 %

134.609

Kristian von Krusenstierna April 4Cible

63.465 %

did not start

-

eliminated

Nations Cup of Germany (four-in-hand-driving)

The four-in-hand-driving nations cup is the official four-in-hand-driving competition of Germany.

The first part of this competition, the driven dressage driving, will be held at Thursday, May 15, 2010 at 10:30 am. The second competition, the obstacle cone driving, will be held at Friday, July 16, 2010 at 9:00 pm. The final phase, the marathon, will be held at Saturday, July 17, 2010 at 2:25 pm.

team result

Team

Driver

driven dressage
score

obstacle cone driving
score

marathon
score

Total
score
[9]

prize
money
(€)

1

22x20px Netherlands

IJsbrand Chardon

47.49

0.00

101.70

Koos de Ronde

48.38

11.00

116.71

Theo Timmerman

42.11

3.00

111.59

305.89

5,600 €

2

22x20px Germany

Michael Brauchle

63.62

6.00

110.09

Rainer Duen

52.22

0.00

120.80

Christoph Sandmann

45.95

0.00

108.39

316.65

3,500 €

3

17px Switzerland

Felix Affrini

65.54

12.81

142.58

Werner Ulrich

55.94

9.00

104.17

Daniel Würgler

46.72

3.00

110.89

329.72

2,500 €

4

22x20px Hungary

Jozsef Dobrovitz

55.68

3.00

194.31

Zoltan Lazar

54.53

0.00

105.04

Csaba Vaczi

77.18

4.83

134.59

352.84

2,000 €

5

22x20px Sweden

Tomas Eriksson

59.14

7.36

111.13

Fredrik Persson

50.82

6.00

118.47

352.92

1,800 €

6

22x20px United States

James Henry Fairclough

45.31

0.00

150.21

Tucker Johnson

48.51

6.00

117.06

367.09

1,600 €

7

22x20px France

Stéphane Chouzenoux

56.32

12.51

188.28

Thibault Coudry

61.06

3.00

140.63

Fabrice Martin

72.96

4.70

132.27

414.62

-

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)

individual result

Driver

driven dressage
score

obstacle cone driving
score

marathon
score

Total
score
[10]

prize
money
(€)

1

Flag of Australia Boyd Exell

36.61

101.81

4.48

142.90

5,000 €

2

Flag of Netherlands IJsbrand Chardon

47.49

101.70

0.00

149.19

3,000 €

3

Flag of Germany Christoph Sandmann

45.95

108.39

0.00

154.34

2,250 €

4

Flag of Netherlands Theo Timmerman

42.11

111.59

3.00

156.70

1,500 €

5

Flag of Hungary Zoltan Lazar

54.53

105.04

0.00

159.57

750 €

6

Flag of Switzerland Daniel Würgler

46.72

110.89

3.00

160.61

500 €

7

Flag of Switzerland Werner Ulrich

55.94

104.17

9.00

169.11

280 €

8

Flag of the United States Tucker S. Johnson

48.51

117.06

6.00

171.57

220 €

9

Flag of Germany Rainer Duen

52.22

120.80

0.00

173.02

150 €

10

Flag of Germany Dirk Gerkens

56.96

116.29

0.50

173.75

150 €

(top 10 of 24 competitors)

Best of Champions

The "Best of Champions" was a special show jumping competition. The current Olympic champion, winner of World Equestrian Games, the current European champion and the last year winner of the Show jumping grand prix of Aachen have the right to start in this competition.

The competition was a show jumping competition with horse change. Each rider start in the first round with his own horse, in the second, third and in the fourth round with the horses of the other competitors. If a jump-off is necessary, each rider start again with his own horse.

It was held at Saturday, July 17, 2010 at 7:00 pm.

Horse

Atlete van´t Heike
(horse of Eric Lamaze)

Calimero van´t Roth
(horse of Jos Lansink)

Brazil-M
(horse of Kevin Staut)

Upsilon d´Ocquier
(horse of Denis Lynch)

Total
score[11]

Prize
money (€)

Rider

Penalties Penalties Penalties Penalties Penalties

1

Flag of France Kevin Staut
(as 2009 European champion)

0

0

0

0

0

15,000 €

2

Flag of Belgium Jos Lansink
(as 2006 World champion)

0

4

0

4

8

12,000 €

3

Flag of Republic of Ireland Denis Lynch
(as 2009 winner of the Show jumping grand prix of Aachen)

4

4

4

0

12

10,000 €

4

Flag of Canada Eric Lamaze
(as 2008 Olympic champion)

0

8

8

0

16

8,000 €

Horse Ranking

  • 1.) Atlete van´t Heike and Upsilon d´Ocquier - each 4 penalties
  • 3.) Brazil-M - 12 penalties
  • 4.) Calimero van´t Roth - 16 penalties

Grand Prix Freestyle

The Grand Prix Freestyle (or Grand Prix Kür), also called the "Großer Dressurpreis von Aachen" (Grand dressage price of Aachen) was the final competition of the CDIO 5* at the CHIO Aachen 2010.

A Grand Prix Freestyle is a Freestyle dressage competition. The level of this competition is at least the level of a Grand Prix de Dressage, but it can be higher than the level of a Grand Prix Spécial.

The Grand Prix Freestyle at the CDIO 5* (CHIO Aachen 2010) was held at Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 10:00 am. The Deutsche Bank was the sponsor of this competition.

Rider

Horse

Score[12]

prize
money (€)

1

Flag of Netherlands Edward Gal Totilas

90.964 %

30.000 €

2

Flag of Netherlands Adelinde Cornelissen Parzival

85.607 %

18.000 €

3

Flag of Netherlands Imke Schellekens-Bartels Sunrise

81.000 %

13.500 €

4

Flag of Germany Isabell Werth Satchmo

80.786 %

9.000 €

5

Flag of United Kingdom Laura Bechtolsheimer Mistral Hojris

80.500 %

5.000 €

Großer Preis von Aachen

The "Großer Preis von Aachen", the show jumping grand prix of Aachen, was the mayor show jumping competition of the CHIO Aachen 2010. It was held at Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 3:00 pm. The competition was a show jumping competition with two round and one jump-off, the height of the fences were up to 1.60 meters.

The main sponsor of the "Großer Preis von Aachen" is Rolex. The Grand Prix will be endowed with 350,000 €.

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

prize
money

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Canada Eric Lamaze Hickstead

0

0

-

0

51.62

115,000 €

2

Flag of Switzerland Pius Schwizer Carlina

0

0

-

0

51.86

80,000 €

3

Flag of Spain Sergio Alvarez Moya Action-Breaker

0

0

-

0

57.55

55,000 €

4

Flag of Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum Shutterfly

0

0

-

8

54.81

30,000 €

5

Flag of France Kevin Staut Kraque Boom

0

0

81,79

20,000 €

(Top 5 of 40 Competitors)[13]

Television / Live Video

The German TV stations (WDR, ARD, ZDF and Phoenix) broadcast more than 20 hours from the CHIO Aachen 2010, most of them live.[14] Across Europe Eurosport broadcast a two hour summary programm of the CHIO Aachen 2010 (Show jumping nations cup and show jumping grand prix).

Most of the competition are streamed live by the German website clipmyhorse.de (not marathon driving, cross county phase of eventing and show jumping nations cup, weblink see external links).

References

  1. start list 2010 Nations Cup of Germany (vaulting)
  2. result 2010 Nations Cup of Germany (vaulting)
  3. result 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Germany (show jumping)
  4. final team result 2010 Nations Cup of Germany (eventing)
  5. team result 2010 Nations Cup of Germany (eventing) after dressage
  6. 6.0 6.1 individual result CICO 3* Aachen 2010
  7. result Grand Prix Spécial, CDIO 5*
  8. result 2010 Nations Cup of the Germany (dressage)
  9. result 2010 Nations Cup of the Germany (four-in-hand-driving)
  10. result 2010 Nations Cup of the Germany (four-in-hand-driving), individual result
  11. result 2010 Best of Champions
  12. result Großer Dressurpreis von Aachen 2010
  13. result 2010 Großer Preis von Aachen
  14. www.horseweb.de: "CHIO Aachen 2010: ARD, ZDF und WDR übertragen umfangreich – viele spannende Live-sendungen aus der Soers" (CHIO Aachen 2010: ARD, ZDF and WDR broadcast extensive...)

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