32 years STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS
Five days, five stars, four disciplines and three World Cup classes – the STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS horse show has long been one of the world’s top equestrian events. The five stars symbolise the world class status with about 160 riders from over 25 countries. More than 300 horses are looked after by 130 grooms. For the past 30 years, the STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS has stood for tradition, a welcoming and family-friendly atmosphere, internationality and top class horsemanship.
Double for Christian Ahlmann: after win in German Master on Friday also places first in Grand Prix of Stuttgart22.11.2015
Stuttgart – Joy and pride were written all over his face. He was after all only the fourth rider to win the two most important classes in Stuttgart in the same year – the Grand Prix and the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER. John Whitaker (GBR) achieved the feat in 1998, his brother Michael Whitaker in 2001 and Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (Germany) in 2008. And now Christian Ahlmann in 2015.Read more
Stuttgart – For four-in-hand driver Rainer Duen, who made his Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle debut this week, the 31st STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS was “bombastic and the audience tremendous”. As far as Andreas Kroll, the in.Stuttgart CEO is concerned, it confirms, “we’re doing a lot right at our Stuttgart horse show.”Read more
Stuttgart – It’s now a round dozen. Head and shoulders above the rest, “Dressage Queen” Isabell Werth on Sunday morning secured her twelfth GERMAN DRESSAGE MASTER title at the 31st International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show. Competing in the dressage Grand Prix Special for the Prize of the WOMEN’S WEAR LABEL SOCCX, the multiple Olympic, world and European champion scored 77.824 per cent on...Read more
Little between top two in dressage World Cup: Beatriz Ferrer-Salat just pips Isabell Werth21.11.2015
Stuttgart – The top three placings in today’s Reem Acra FEI World CupTM Dressage presented by the Nürnberger Versicherungsgruppe were exactly the same as those in the Grand Prix on Friday. Spaniard Beatriz Ferrer-Salat came first on Delgado with 83.300 points and finished marginally ahead of “Dressage Queen” Isabell Werth (Germany) in the saddle on Don Johnson FRH (82.975). In third was the...Read more