35 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. 

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Stuttgart – The Belgian Pieter Devos was very happy with his successful title defence in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle on Sunday afternoon. Riding the same horse as last year – the 14-year old Dutch gelding Apart – in the final class of the 35th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show, he won the Grand Prix of Stuttgart with MERCEDES-BENZ, WALTER solar and BW-BANK in front of a 7,200...

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Stuttgart – The 35th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS once again produced “excellent top class equestrianism with surprises and a fantastic atmosphere in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle,” said Andreas Kroll, CEO of the event organisers, the in.Stuttgart Veranstaltungsgesellschaft. As for surprises, there were more than a few in the past days. For instance, Cathal Daniels and Padraig McCarthy...

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Stuttgart – On Sunday, the final day of the 35th International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS Horse Show, Germany’s Isabell Werth won the dressage Grand Prix Special for the Prize of Tisoware for the seventh time in succession and 16th in total. Riding the 13-year old dark brown Westphalian gelding Emilio in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, she also secured herself the GERMAN DRESSAGE MASTER title after...

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Stuttgart – Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (88.440 per cent) ahead of Isabell Werth (87.240) and Helen Langehanenberg (83.735) – the all-German 1,2,3 at the victory ceremony on Saturday evening, the penultimate day of the 35 International STUTTGART GERMAN MASTERS. Fourth-placed Dorothee Schneider and Benjamin Werndl in fifth completed Germany’s dominance of the Grand Prix Freestyle belonging to the FEI...

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Stuttgart – Big stage for the pony riders on Saturday afternoon: Ireland’s John McEntee won the FEI Jumping Ponies’ Trophy for the Prize of Ensinger Mineral-Heilquellen GmbH. The last to go atop the nine-year old gelding Little Smithe, he remained penalty-free in the jump-off in a time of 35.06 seconds to relegate the previous leader Claudia Moore (Great Britain 0/36.34) to second place. She was...

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Stuttgart – The reigning world champion Boyd Exell (Australia) today won the Stuttgart leg – the DB SCHENKER GERMAN MASTER – of the FEI Driving World Cup™ for the seventh time in front of a 7,900 crowd in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. The four-in-hand driving spectacle was the series’ third competition after the stopovers in Lyon and Maastricht on the way to the final in Bordeaux in February...

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