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17.11.2013 - Baden-Württemberg against the “rest of the world”: Hans-Dieter Dreher delighted winner of the Grand Prix

For the first time in the history of the International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show, a Baden Württemberg rider has won the final class of the equestrian highlight in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. Quickest of the nine riders in the jump-off on Sunday, Hans-Dieter Dreher secured the Grand Prix of Stuttgart – presented by MERCEDES-BENZ, WALTER solar and BW-BANK in front of 6,200 thrilled spectators with a rip-roaring ride.  mehr

17.11.2013 - Fantastic horse show days – about 62,000 spectators enthralled by excellent equestrian sport

The 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show has once again set standards – with world class performances, a grandiose atmosphere, a perfect organisation and unique show numbers involving four legged-friends both big and small.  mehr

17.11.2013 - Isabell Werth adds a tenth GERMAN DRESSAGE MASTER

Jubilee for Isabell Werth: the German won the GERMAN DRESSAGE MASTER for the tenth time on Sunday morning. In front of 4,700 spectators in Stuttgart’s Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, the multiple Olympic, world and European champion placed first atop the 11-year old Don Johnson FRH after scoring 77.333 per cent to secure the 7,200 euro purse that goes with the Prize of the life style label SOCCX.  mehr

16.11.2013 - Helen Langehanenberg with a tear in her eye rides to record score: Damon Hill NRW dances in World Cup freestyle

In posting the best ever score in Stuttgart’s Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle of 89.775 per cent, Helen Langehanenberg, the team silver medal winner at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and the recent team European champion in Herning, secured victory in the qualifying class for the Reem Acra FEI World CupTM Dressage presented by NÜRNBERGER VERSICHERUNGSGRUPPE.  mehr

16.11.2013 - Pupil beats the teacher: Daniel Schneiders wins DB SCHENKER GERMAN MASTER for the first time

It was Daniel Schneiders’ first ever official World Cup appearance and it ended in a surprising win for the German on Saturday afternoon in the DB SCHENKER GERMAN MASTER. The farrier won the two-round qualifying class belonging to the FEI World CupTM in a total time of 233.49 seconds and the success earned him 5,500 euro prize money.  mehr

16.11.2013 - Isabell Werth and Don Johnson FRH ahead in Grand Prix

Multiple Olympic champion, world and European champion Isabell Werth won the dressage Grand Prix for the Prize of Stihl and the 3,000 euro that went with it at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show on Saturday morning. “I’m very satisfied and so happy,” said the victor. Atop Don Johnson FRH, an 11-year old Hanoverian gelding, she scored 77.745 per cent in the qualifying class for the Grand Prix Special on Sunday morning  mehr

16.11.2013 - Daniel Deußer new MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER

The German champion is now also the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER. Late on Friday evening, the Wiesbaden-born Daniel Deußer rode to victory in the second most important jumping class at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show. Riding his nine-year old mare Evita van de Veldbalie in front of 6,400 thrilled spectators, he left all the fences standing when clocking 37.69 seconds in the jump-off contested by the nine riders that had gone clear in the first round.  mehr

15.11.2013 - Reed Kessler (USA) takes Prize of DIW Instandhaltung Ltd. & Co. KG ahead of Delaveau and Leprevost (FRA)

Reed Kessler, who last year in London was the youngest ever jumping rider to compete at the Olympic Games, won the Prize of the DIW Instandhaltung Ltd. & Co. KG at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show on Friday. It was the second qualifying class for the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER later on in the evening.  mehr

15.11.2013 - Nadine Husenbeth: win in Piaff Prize on father’s horse

The beaming winner summed it up short and sweet: “Magic”. The 21-year old took first place on Friday morning in the Prize of the Liselott-Schindling and Klaus Rheinberger-Stiftung, the final of the so-called Piaff-Förderpreises, with a score of 70.255 points. The 14-year old mare Florida, which was bred in Rhineland in Germany, belongs to her father who himself was a world and European champion.  mehr

15.11.2013 - Surprise win in the Prize of WALTER solar: last but one to go, the Moroccan Ouaddar leaves everybody trailing in his wake

The speed jumping for the Prize of WALTER solar, the first of two qualifying classes for Friday’s MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER, at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show ended in a major surprise on Thursday evening. Last but one to go of the 48 starters, the 51-year old Moroccan Abdelkebir Ouaddar pulverised the previous quickest time set by Germany's Marco Kutscher (64.18) by going round in 61.66 seconds on his nine-year old stallion Hengst Quickly de Kreisker.  mehr

14.11.2013 - Markus Kölz winner of BW-Bank Indoor Championship

Competing in front of 7,100 spectators on Thursday evening, German Markus Kölz secured the win in the final of the BW-Bank Indoor Championship. After the qualifying classes in Ichenheim, Donaueschingen-Immenhöfe, Bietigheim-Bissingen and Bisingen, the 36-year old clinched a berth at the final in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle as the seventh best rider.  mehr

14.11.2013 - Riana Mauersberger “so happy” after her win in the final of the iWEST-Cup “in the fantastic atmosphere”

The 30-year old local horsewoman secured the win on Thursday in the final of the iWEST Cup. Riding her new freestyle, Riana Mauersberger and her mare Daily Discovery were awarded 74.150 points to land a triumph for Baden Württemberg. “I’m so happy after my two wins yesterday and today.  mehr

14.11.2013 - The youngest Olympic jumper Reed Kessler: “I’ve always wanted to ride in Stuttgart”

In the mix for World Cup points at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show is the young American Reed Kessler: “I’ve only been here in Europe for a short time. I’m very happy and lucky to be here in Stuttgart,” explained the ambitious woman rider who went on to say, “I’ve always wanted to ride here.”  mehr

14.11.2013 - Hans-Dieter Dreher and European champion Roger-Yves Bost win the opening jumping classes for the Prize of Bardusch

German Hans-Dieter Dreher (41) captured the win in the opening jumping class, the Prize of the Bardusch GmbH & Co. KG Textil-Mietdienste, at the STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS on Thursday. Aboard Colore, an 11-year old Holstein stallion, the Baden-Württemberg rider went clear in 54.56 seconds.  mehr

14.11.2013 - “Michi” Jung the dominator: sixth Indoor Derby win in front of a sell-out Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle crowd

It’s now half a dozen: a brilliant ride at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show late on Wednesday evening has secured the double Olympic champion Michael Jung from nearby Horb the win in the Indoor Derby for the Prize of WALTER solar. In completing the course in 78.79 seconds in front of a sell-out 8,000 crowd, the local hero beat the previous fastest time of 80.32 set by his countryman Andreas Ostholt by almost one and a half seconds.  mehr

13.11.2013 - “Gold Michi” Jung jumps and drives to win

Full to capacity, the arena went crazy and crowd favourite Michael Jung fulfilled his fans’ expectations. In front of 8,000 enthusiastic spectators in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, the man from nearby Horb in the Black Forest won the Jump and Drive for the Prize of the in.Stuttgart Veranstaltungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG at the start of the big show evening on Wednesday.  mehr

13.11.2013 - Action-packed equestrianism in the Jump and Drive and Indoor Derby, unique formation riding and 2013’s master stallion

There is something for every taste and horse lovers not wanting to only watch equestrian performances will also get their money’s worth: the talk is of the big show evening on the opening day - Wednesday 13 November 2013 - at the 29th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show. Over the years, the first evening at the equestrian highlight in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle has blossomed into a major attraction so that there is sure to be a sell-out crowd in the arena once again this year. “We’re more than satisfied with ticket sales. There are only a few left for the evening,” said Andreas Kroll, CEO of the organisers, the in.Stuttgart Veranstaltungsgesellschaft.  mehr