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.
Stuttgart – The International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show World has long been presenting world class equestrianism and attractive shows. Equestrian fans can once again look forward to whole host of national and international Olympic champions and medal winners at major championships at the 33rd edition from 15 to 19 November 2017. Ticket sales began at the start of May and the good news is...Read more
Stuttgart – Successful title defence: World No. 1 Christian Ahlmann has repeated his win in the Grand Prix of Stuttgart – presented by MERCEDES-BENZ, WALTER solar and BW-BANK. On Sunday, he became the second rider to achieve the feat since 2005 – the year Stuttgart became a stopover on the World Cup tour for the first time. The German joins countrywoman Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, who won in 2006,...Read more
Stuttgart – Incredible Isabell! The world’s most successful rider, Isabell Werth, won the GERMAN DRESSAGE MASTER title for the 13th time in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle on Sunday – something that will probably never happen again. Riding Emilio, her ten-year old Westphalian gelding, the German secured the Grand Prix Special for the Prize of tisoware with a score of exactly 80.0 per cent. The...Read more
Stuttgart – The 32nd STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS will today draw to a close with the Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping Grand Prix of Stuttgart – presented by MERCEDES-BENZ, WALTER solar and the BW-Bank. For Andreas Kroll, the managing director of the in.Stuttgart Veranstaltungsgesellschaft, it will be an emotional end due to the parting of Gotthilf Riexinger and Hauke Schmidt, the long time driving...Read more