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Stuttgart – Women power: the German champion Simone Blum won the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER on Friday evening in front of a 7,400 crowd in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. Riding her 10-year old mare DSP Alice, the 28-year old Bavarian became the sixth woman to win the second most important jumping class at the 33rd International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show in the NeckarPark venue.

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Stuttgart – Competing at the 33rd International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show on Friday evening, Dutchman Jur Vrieling won the second qualifying class for the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER. Atop the 10-year old Holstein mare Zypern, he left all the fences standing when stopping the clock at 58.98 seconds.

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Stuttgart – Her winning streak in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle has continued: after her four successes in four starts last year, the world No. 1 Isabell Werth (Germany) has followed up by claiming the dressage Grand Prix for the Prize of the Abelein Event Service at the 33rd International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show on Friday. Riding her gold medal-winning horse Weihegold OLD, she...

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Stuttgart – Two impressive performances and two comfortable wins at the 33rd International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show on Thursday and Friday: Lisa-Maria Klössinger from Landshut in Bavaria won both the warm-up class and the Piaff-Förderpreis final for the Prize of Liselott Schindling Stiftung, a competition aimed at promoting young dressage riders in Germany.

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Stuttgart – Late on Thursday evening, the German champion Simone Blum won the speed jumping for the Prize of XXL-Sicherheit at the 33rd International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. It was the first of two qualifying classes for the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER on Friday.

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Stuttgart – Thursday evening’s action at the 33rd International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show was watched by an excellent 7,100 crowd in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. Earlier on in the day, there were 2,600 equestrian fans in the stands for the two dressage and two jumping classes. The evening’s highlight was the BW-Bank Indoor Championship. To take part in the unofficial state...

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