84 competitors from 24 nations will compete at the FEI Driving World Championships for Pairs in Drebkau, Germany. (11-15 September) This morning the competition started with the veterinary inspection. The reigning world pair driving champion Martin Holle will be there to defend his title. His fabulous horses Eppi, Dior and Cheron are ready for
📺 Watch cones test live at 🇭🇺 Mélykúti Lovasegyesület! The whole week Mieke van Tergouw and Claudio Fumagalli were busy to give Martin the last tip for the competition. The pairs will start at 12:40 Stay tuned! But don't forget to come to CAI Beekbergen!
📺 Watch dressage live at 🇭🇺 Mélykúti Lovasegyesület! The whole week Mieke van Tergouw and Claudio Fumagalli were busy to give Martin the last tip for the competition. Martin Hölle will start at 17:00 Stay tuned! But don't forget to come to CAI Beekbergen!
" Mieke van Tergouw is well known in driving sport. In 1995 she was the world champion with her pair of horses in the Polish Poznan. As a young girl, she already was a horse lover. And she has become an impressive resume through the years. As the owner of the Riant Equestrian Centre,
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The World Championship for the four-in-hands in Tryon (USA) is won by team USA. In the individual ranking Chester Weber won the silver medal. Chester began the World Cup with a beautiful dressage test which was rewarded with 35.10 penalty points. Thus he stood less than four penalty points behind defending worldchampion Boyd Exell.
We finished building the site for CAI Beekbergen 2018. Everyone worked extremely hard, despite the heat. The participants arrive tomorrow and we are looking forward to this amazing event. This year we also host the NC four-in-hands. Of course, Claudio Fumagalli competes in the pairs with Heodoor and Hertog. And on the list of competitors are
Ton Vreugdenhil seems to reach his goal, qualifying for the national championships. After winning in Hellendoorn, he won again last weekend in Geldrop the Z-class for pairs. He started well with a first place in dressage (51.16 penalty points). It was super exciting in Geldrop because the difference with second prize winner Tristan Verheijen was
Chester Weber has won the international four-in-hand competition in Riesenbeck, Germany, this weekend. Weber won the dressage, performed strong in the marathon and finished the job with a clear round in the cones competition. Chester finished ahead of marathon winner IJsbrand Chardon. Benjamin Aillaud (FR) became third.