Personal Best in the Dressage
On Sunday the Freestyle final took place for the Young Riders and the Pony Riders in the dressage stadium, which took in further gold ribbons for Germany.
Grand Prix Victories for Ireland, France, and Belgium
(Hagen a.T.W.) Things were very international during Future Champions at Hof Kasselmann, in Hagen at the Teutoburg Forest, with 27 participating countries.
Max Haunhorst wins the Grand Prix for the Juniors
On Saturday evening Max Haunhorst, from Hagen at the Teutoburg Forest, secured his own personal “Perfect Show Commencement” – the 16-year old and Charis qualified themselves for the jump off with 10 other competitors, where Max, as the second to last starter, clinched the victory.
“Oranje” Victory in the Freestyle Final for the Juniors
(Hagen a.T.W.) On Saturday evening Daphne Van Peperstraten made sure that for only the second time this week, an international anthem was played during the prize giving ceremony in the dressage. “Het Wilhelmus” rang out for the 16-year old Dutch rider following her win in the CDIO Freestyle Final for the Juniors, Prize of the Liselott und Klaus Rheinberger-Stiftung.
Children Secure the First Nations Cup Title for the German Jumping Riders
(Hagen a.T.W.) In a thrilling second round, the German Children’s team secured themselves the first Nations Cup title in the jumping stadium. “I am very happy that it worked out today”, glowed Chef d’Equipe Ebhard Seemann.
Pony Nations Cup: Germany to the 4th
(Hagen a.T.W.) On Friday evening the German Pony Riders filled out the quartet. With this, four out of four wins in the Nations Cup dressage competitions at Future Champions went to the host country.
Austrian Juniors Jump to the Nations Cup Victory in Hagen
(Hagen a.T.W.) The Austrian riders were positively jubilant on Friday afternoon when the Juniors, as the only team with no faults, secured the CSIO J Nations Cup win, the Prize of the Hülsmann & Tegeler GmbH & Co. KG.