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Cyberhorse 2008
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Alltech 2009 European Jumping & Dressage Championships - Dressage Day 1

 

2009 Alltech European Jumping and
Dressage Championships, Windsor.

Netherlands take the Lead at Windsor
Report by Kelly Bauer
Photos Berni Saunders & Courtesy of Ken Braddick (see card)

The first part of the European Championships Grand Prix battle began on
Tuesday 25th August in front of Windsor Castle in England. A spectacular
location for what is sure to be a spectacular show!

The competition has been split into two groups, the first half with 28 starters,
while the second half takes place today (Wednesday 26th August) with 25 starters.

 Photo above of Adeline & Parzival during their winning test at Windsor. 
Kindly supplied by Ken Braddick from www.dressage-news.com  

The Netherlands reigned supreme with Adeline Cornelissen & the lovely
Chestnut gelding by Jazz produced an amazing test that scored 80.638%

"I am thrilled - and pretty satisfied that I broke my own record - it is the first
time that I scored over 80%.  Of course there were a few little mistakes but
his work is always reliable and his piaffe and passage always great - what I
have to do is concentrate that he doesn’t get distracted. Yesterday he thought
the arena was pretty spooky - I didn’t get any further than the entrance the
first time - but after I rode him in there today he decided it was alright."

Second place was also secured by the Netherlands with Imke Schellekens-Bartels
and Hunter Douglas Sunrise.  This pair scored 73.149%

"My test went really well and she felt in good shape and that was a good score for a
team competition. I was surprised at the mistake in the one-time changes as she
had felt really safe but otherwise she was relaxed and secure."

"The warm-up arenas are perfect and the main arena is good and we are both happy
with the surroundings. My horse felt good in the warm-up which gives you a secure
feeling - I felt good because she felt good. We won our first team gold medal two
years ago and we have a strong chance that we can win again this year."

The 10 results from part 1 of the Grand Prix are below.

 

Horse

Rider

Country

Points

Score %

1.

Parzival

Adelinde Cornelissen

NED

1895

80.638

2.

Hunter Douglas Sunrise

Imke Schellekens-Bartels

NED

1719

73.149%

3.

Liebling II

Carl Hester

GBR

1694

72.085%

4.

Potomac

Susanne Lebek

GER

1675

71.277%

5.

Donatha S

Ellen Schulten-Baumer

GER

1660

70.638%

6.

Don Charly

Minna Telde

SWE

1644

69.957%

7.

Exquis Clearwater

Anne van Olst

DEN

1631

69.404%

8.

Gredstedgards Casmir

Sune Hansen

DEN

1599

68.043%

9.

Two Sox

Maria Eilberg

GBR

1596

67.915%

10.

Galliano

Maria Eriksson

SWE

1573

66.936%

Part 2 of the competition will definitely be interesting with names like van Grunsven, Helgstrand, Kyrklund, Kittel, Theodorescu and Gal all heading into the arena today. 

Below are the Teams standings after Part 1 of the Grand Prix.  The Netherlands have a good lead at the moment, but the battle between Germany, Great Britain and Denmark is sure to get interesting… not to mention with the scores from Part 2 today, the team rankings could look very different!

1. NED

Hunter Douglas Sunrise Schellekens‐Bartels, Imke 73.149 %

Parzival Cornelissen, Adelinde 80.638 %

Salinero Grunsven, Anky van

Moorlands Totilas Gal, Edward

Total 153.787 %


Hunter Douglas Sunrise Schellekens‐Bartels, Imke 73.149 %


Parzival Cornelissen, Adelinde 80.638 %
Photo above of Adeline & Parzival during their winning test at Windsor. 
Kindly supplied by Ken Braddick from www.dressage-news.com


Salinero Grunsven, Anky van

2. GER

Potomac Lebek, Susanne 71.277 %

Donatha S Schulten‐Baumer, Ellen 70.638 %

Sterntaler‐Unicef Rath, Matthias‐Alexander

Whisper Theodorescu, Monika

Total 141.915 %

3. GBR

Two Sox Eilberg, Maria 67.915 %

Liebling II Hester, Carl 72.085 %

Mistral Hojris Bechtolsheimer, Laura

Lancet Hindle, Emma

Total 140.000 %


Mistral Hojris Bechtolsheimer, Laura


Lancet Hindle, Emma
 

4. DEN

Gredstedgards Casmir Hansen, Sune 68.043 %

Exquis Clearwater Olst, Anne van 69.404 %

Tannenhof's Carabas Helgstrand, Andreas

Digby Sayn‐Wittgenstein, Nathalie zu

Total 137.447 %


Exquis Clearwater Olst, Anne van 69.404 %


Digby Sayn‐Wittgenstein, Nathalie zu

The Europeans are being live streamed via FEI T.V and also as Audio commentary. 
Just go to the website and follow the links to keep up with the action.

The European Championships at Windsor Website
http://www.alltechfeiwindsoreuropeans.com 

Full results can be found
http://eventcontent.hippoonline.de/421/421zeitplanENG.htm

The FEI TV site
http://www.feitv.org/page/AccessDenied?procedence=secureAreaDeny

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