Fredenbeck I, Janina Derks and Johannes Kay in…

Fredenbeck I, Janina Derks and Johannes Kay in the Pas de Deux and Thomas Brüsewitz win the prize of the Sparkasse.

Fredenbeck I takes the group victory for the second time in the Sparkasse Prize


As was the case last year, the battle for the victory in the Sparkasse Prize took place between Fredenbeck I and Team Norka from VV Köln-Dünnwald. Once again, the vaulting team from Lower Saxony outstripped their fellow competitors from Rhineland.


Second participation, second victory – the Fredenbeck I group looks back on a 100 percent success rate at the CHIO Aachen. In 2018 their triumph came as a surprise. This year they were already considered to be one of the favourites. Indeed, they were even able to go one better compared to last year.

Viktor Brüsewitz, Kevin Greiner, Mirja Krohne, Mila Koböck, Kathrin Meyer and Malte Möller already went into the lead after the compulsory test. Today, they performed their new freestyle routine on Claus lunged by Gesa Bührig. Their choreography is an interpretation of the painting “The Scream” by Edvard Munch. The whole drama of this expressionist piece of work was highlighted by the performance of the team from Fredenbeck. The German national coach, Ulla Ramge, confirmed: “Their freestyle is once again an artistic piece of work in its entirety that simply captivates everyone. And compared to last year their interpretation has gained even more expression and intensity. Fredenbeck really is world class!” The judges were of the same opinion and awarded the freestyle performance an overall score of 8.986. Added to the result from the compulsory test, this yielded a final score of 8.394 and thus the clear victory for the vaulters from Lower Saxony.


Their biggest rivals, Team Norka from VV Köln-Dünnwald, came second with a final score of 8.084. The team comprising of Thomas Brüsewitz, Chiara Congia, Justin van Gerven, Gianna Ronca, Jana Zelesny and Rebecca Verlage was led by the former World Champion, Patric Looser on the lunge. Their horse, the ten-year-old Holstein-bred Calidor, only started competing at international level this year and he seemed to be rather unnerved by the impressive setting in the Albert-Vahle Arena, which was full down to the very last seat. Nevertheless, he didn’t misbehave at all and his team presented a fantastic freestyle routine! Leaps, lifts, everything went like clockwork. The judges awarded a score of 8.442 for the performance – good to very good. Unfortunately, that didn’t suffice today to triumph over Fredenbeck.


UVT Eligius from Austria, with Laokado, lunged by Cornelia Trimmel, finished in third place and the level of their freestyle was very high as well. Their performance was entitled “Futuristic Electronic Music”. They presented a perfectly coordinated choreography containing many difficult elements. In the compulsory test, they had to make do with fourth place behind the team from Sweden. Notching up a score of 8.086 for the freestyle meant they moved up a place in front of the Swedish group to take the bronze medal on a final score of 7.569.


The winning team did suffer a misfortune in spite of their victory, since the group member Mila Koböck injured her foot on dismounting. She landed rather unfortunately and had to join the ranks of the spectators for the rest of the freestyle routine. It is doubtful whether the group from Fredenbeck will compete in the Nations Cup tomorrow or not. They could actually take part with just five members, but that would mean they would have a point deducted from the very start.



Thomas Brüsewitz floats to his fourth victory in the Sparkasse Prize


Thomas Brüsewitz did it again! He secured the title in the men’s competition of the Sparkasse Prize at the CHIO Aachen for the fourth time in a row. Something which he has a plausible explanation for.


Why does Thomas Brüsewitz always come up trumps at the CHIO in Aachen? “Well, because it is simply fantastic at the Soers!” There’s nothing to add to that. The young of the two Brüsewitz brothers asserted himself against his fellow competitors from Germany after obtaining a final score of 8.680. Julian Wilfling finished second with a score of 8.543, followed by Jannik Heiland, who scored 8.511 in total.


One rather got the impression that the laws of gravity didn’t apply for Thomas Brüsewitz. He seemed to complete the most difficult movements without any effort. After his dismount, a thunderous applause broke out. The judges were obviously equally impressed and awarded the German vaulter a score of 9.238 for his freestyle routine. So, it was a start-finish-victory for Thomas Brüsewitz, after he had already won the compulsory and technical tests. However, it wasn’t matter of course that he repeated his previous year victory since Brüsewitz and his horse Eyecatcher lunged by Alexandra Knauf have not been a team for long. To be precise, Aachen is their first joint show. Perhaps that is the reason why Brüsewitz was slightly behind the music with his movements, as he critically noted himself. “But I didn’t let myself get stressed by it. Somehow I was concentrating so much that I simply ignored it.” The tactic obviously worked.


Julian Wilfling was delighted at coming second. The 23-year-old already competed at the CHIO Aachen in 2014. “But it was my first year vaulting for the Seniors at the time. I couldn’t keep up pace back then. I have matured in the meantime,” he commented. Wilfling has his own unique style – very elegant and supple. One got the impression that he makes it easy for his four-legged partner, Feliciano lunged by Lars Hansen, when he mounts and dismounts like a feather. This demonstrates a high degree of body control, which the judges rewarded with a freestyle score of 9.160. That was only the third best result in this discipline. But because Wilfling put in equally good performance in both the compulsory and technical tests, it sufficed in order to relegate Jannik Heiland down to third place in the overall classification.


Heiland performed the second best freestyle with Dark Beluga, lunged by Barbara Rosiny. His motto: The genie in the bottle. He was awarded a score of 9.244. However, after only come fifth in the technical test that didn’t run smoothly for him allowed Wilfling to overtake him.


He was followed by the crowd’s favourite, Viktor Brüsewitz with Sky Walker lunged by Gesa Bührig. The spectators awarded the 29-year-old brother of the winner the highest freestyle score via the Spectator Judging app: Namely 9.305. The judges score was much lower: 8.999, ultimately fourth place in the overall ranking. A small consolation for him: At least he has already defeated his brother as a “Ninja Warrior” on RTL…


A further German vaulter followed in fifth place on a score of 8.474: Jannis Drewell alias Eddy the Eagle on Qualimero, who was lunged by Jannis’ mother, Simone Drewell.


As such, the second day at the CHIO Aachen 2019 was a total success from a German point of view. Three titles were up for grabs in the Sparkasse Prize and all three went to Germany.



Victory for the “Million Dollar Baby” in the Sparkasse Prize


The German national anthem was already played for Janika Derks once in the ladies classification of the Sparkasse Prize in 2017. This year she won gold again. A very important day for her!


The ladies competition at the CHIO Aachen 2019 was a total success for Janika Derks across the board. She triumphed in all three disciplines of the competition with her trusted partner, Carousso Hit, and ultimately won on a final score of 8.533, ahead of her fellow club member, Pauline Riedl (8.355) and the Danish vaulter, Sheena Bendixen (8.237).


Janika Derks excelled in her freestyle routine with her incredible strength and athleticism. Ultimately, the judges rewarded her performance with a score of 9.233. Aachen was the first show for Derks after her World Cup victory in Saumur earlier this spring. “She has improved her mental strength,” her trainer and lunger, Jessica Lichtenberg, praised. She explained that when Janika started competing as an individual vaulter in 2016, she sometimes stood in her own way. But that is not the case any longer, as she impressively demonstrated today. Her own story matches her freestyle motto nicely: Million Dollar Baby. The film about the female boxer, who was determined to become a professional fighter against all the odds and who pursued her aim with dogged perseverance, reflects Janika’s personality, her trainer noted. “She has a lot of fight in her, without being overzealous.” Along these lines, Janika Derks was indeed happy with her almost immaculate freestyle routine, but: “The dismount wasn’t smooth enough.” Note: Better is the enemy of good…


Pauline Riedl, a further vaulter from the Neuss-based talent factory of Jessica Lichtenberg, came second. It was the 25-year-olds first individual appearance at the CHIO Aachen, but she has been at home at the Soers since she was a child. She already competed here during the World Equestrian Games in 2006, at the time as the “top man”, as the lightest athletes, who almost float under the ceiling of the arena during the lifts in the group competitions, are called. After several injuries she has now discovered her role as an individual vaulter – something that she also has her four-legged partner, Flamant, to thank for, stressed Jessica Lichtenberg: “The two of them have gelled together well! That is his first year and he acts like he has never done anything else!” As a result, Pauline Riedl performed a wonderfully harmonious freestyle routine today, in perfect unity with the horse and the music.


“I’m a survivor” was the motto of the Danish vaulter, Sheena Bendixen’s freestyle routine on Klintholms Ramstein, lunged by Lasse Kristensen. Bendixen is petite, but she is a real model athlete. This was reflected by her freestyle choreography too – daringly high leaps, strength and elegance. The judges awarded her the second highest freestyle score: 9.107. But sixth place in the compulsory test and fourth in the technical test, meant it didn’t suffice to overtake Pauline Riedl.


The level of the ladies classification of the Sparkasse Prize was extremely high. Not only the top three achieved an overall score over 8.0, the two vaulters in fourth and fifth place also had an 8 before the point. They both come from Germany: Alina Roß with San Zero (Lunger: Marion Schulze, 8.159) and Corinna Knauf with Fabiola (L.: Alexandra Knauf, 8.102). Hannah Steverding, also from Germany, came sixth on Royal Flash (L.: Sophie Kuhn), with an overall score 7.894.



Pas de deux with surprise moments in the Sparkasse Prize


Six pairs are battling it out in the Pas de Deux competition of the Sparkasse Prize. Two freestyle tests decide between victory and defeat. The former went to Janika Derks and Johannes Kay. However, the pair that took second place was a surprise result.


Yes, indeed, they are a bit like an old married couple, confirmed Johannes Kay with a grin. The 24-year-old physiotherapist and his pas de deux partner Janika Derks, who is also currently lying in first place in the ladies individual classification, have already known each other for a long time, because both used to be members of the highly successful vaulting group, RSV Neuss-Grimlinghausen. They have been performing as a pair since 2016 and came fourth here in Aachen last year. Now it looks like they could actually reach for the stars this year.

With an overall result of 8.612, they claimed the victory in the first of two freestyle tests in the Sparkasse Prize at the CHIO Aachen. Whereby Johannes Kay made no secret of the fact that there was definitely room for improvement. Their horse, Diamond Sky lunged by vaulting champion Jessica Lichtenberg, is only competing at its fourth international show here in Aachen. “He did a really good job considering. We are satisfied, but it wasn’t quite that easy. It was hard work and that was noticeable too.” So the goal for tomorrow is: Add a little more lightness!


Diana Harwardt? Peter Künne? These are not established names in the vaulting circle of the Albert-Vahle Arena. Indeed, it is the first season that the two 18-year-olds are competing in the seniors classification and also their CHIO Aachen debut. Nevertheless, both are already well-known within the inner circle of the vaulting scene, they namely already claimed silver at the European Championships of the Juniors in 2018. Their four-legged partner is still the same, namely Sir Laulau, lunged by Hendrik Falk. The pair emphasised that Sir Laulau plays a major role in their success: “He may not have the most spectacular canter, but we can rely on him 100 percent!” And that is important when one performs risky acrobatic exercises in the air on the back of a cantering horse! The quartet comprising of the two vaulters, horse and lunger emanated harmony, elegance and lightness today from the first to the very last second and was rewarded by the judges with an overall score of 8.283.

This meant that they left Chiara Congia and Justin van Gerven on Picardo, lunged by Alexandra Knauf, behind them. The pair, who were the first to go, finished on a score of 8.254 to make the ranking perfect from a German point of view: namely the top three places all went to Germany.


Colourful, magical and “très français” The motto “La…

Colourful, magical and “très français”

The motto “La vie est belle” already said it all: Life is beautiful, especially at the “Horse & Symphony” concert, this unique combination between equestrian sport, dance, acrobatics and of course the impressive live music of the Aachen Symphony Orchestra. For the first time under the direction of the General Music Director, Christopher Ward.

It was a fascinating duel between the directors when in the late evening on Friday, Jean-François Pignon met up with Christopher Ward in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. Pignon is without doubt the undisputed master of liberty dressage. He doesn’t need a saddle or bridle. Instead he guides his nine horse through the arena using but a few gestures, as if by magic. And whilst Pignon excelled at the “Horse & Symphony” for the second time already, the new General Music Director of the Aachen Theatre, Christopher Ward, celebrated his premiere! He too only needed a few movements to coax the mystical sounds of the second movement of César Franck’s “Symphony in D minor” from his orchestra on the stage during this last show act, the grand finale. A perfect interplay, which was rewarded with enthusiastic applause. This performance was without question one of the highlights of the 16th edition of “Horse & Symphony”, which in 2019 was incidentally strongly characterised by this year’s partner country France. An Eiffel Tower “en miniature” located next to the dressage arena already gave that away.

The “Tour de France” comprising of around 120 performers, 70 musicians and approx. 80 horses got underway in the South of France. The riders of the Grand Stables of Chantilly in their costumes decorated with flowers and dancers from the “Ferberberg Natalie Jungschlaeger Ballet” brought the carnival from Nice to Aachen to the melody of Emile Waldteufel’s waltz, “The Ice Skaters”. Fast-paced action was on the agenda next: The pony show team under the direction of Anja Mertens presented a sporty programme. The motto: Allez, hop! When the theme is focusing on the “horse nation” France, of course the beautiful Camargue horses can’t be missing. At Horse & Symphony, the herdsman Renaud Vinuesa and his companions presented wonderful mares and foals from this very special region. This rather quiet performance to Georges Bizet’s “L’Arlesienne” was followed by the musical forge, which equipped with a hammer and anvil, gave a powerful rendition of Josef Strauss’ French polka “Fireproof” accompanied by the Aachen Symphony Orchestra. The vaulters also conquered the “manège” on this evening: Aspiring young talents of the vaulting club, Köln-Dünnwald, gave an impressive acrobatic performance on the horseback to Jules Massenet’s “Méditation from the Opera Thaïs” including a violin solo.

If a prize had been awarded for the cutest performance of the evening, it would no doubt have gone to the French show star, Mélie Philippot and her Breton horse, “Quizas”, who weighs 1,000 kilogrammes and the Shetland Pony “Diego” who weighs in at a mere 98 kilogrammes. The unlikely pair performed an exceptional “pas de deux”, which above all revealed one thing: In spite of them belonging to different weight classes they are indeed a well-coordinated team! They were accompanied by the mezzo-soprano, Fanny Lustaud.

The second part after the break kicked off with a German dressage rider, who knows the Deutsche Bank Stadium like the back of her own hand: Helen Langehanenberg. She has not only already succeeded in winning the famous Deutsche Bank Prize in Aachen twice already, she has impressed the crowd at the “Horse & Symphony” concert before too, namely in the year 2013. She now made her comeback as the fiery Carmen to the most famous melodies of Georges Bizet’s opera of the same name. She ensured the spectators goose bumps moments! The melody of the “CanCan” from Jacques Offenbach’s “Orpheus in the Underworld” is at least as famous. In Aachen the music was accompanied by ten nimble Icelandic Horses and 26 dancers from the “Ferberberg Natalie Jungschlaeger Ballet”. A unique show act – also thanks to the outstanding light technology, which highlighted all of the performances.

Subsequently the Grand Stables of Chantilly once again provided fantastic, poetic moments with one of their most renowned showpieces: The sun. Based on the French fairy-tale “Peau d’âne”, which means donkey’s skin in English. The “Children of the Moon”, more commonly known as  “Hijo de la luna” of the Spanish band, Mecano, followed the sun. Three performers from the Berlin Aerial Dancing Theatre “floated” around the rider, Britta Rasche-Merkt. One of many magical moments during this year’s edition of “Horse & Symphony”. The evening was hosted by Volker Raulf and Pia-Rabea Vornholt, Music Dramaturge at the Aachen Theatre.

Once again this year part of the entrance fees went in aid of a charity. Carl Meulenbergh, President of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V., will be presenting a donation cheque for 12,000 Euros to the Aachen-based charity, “Kinderseele e.V.” (Children’s souls) this evening during the second “Horse & Symphony” concert.



Soers Sunday has been an integral part of…

Soers Sunday has been an integral part of the CHIO Aachen for 21 years and is one of the most popular events. That is not only because on this day the guests can explore the CHIO showgrounds with free admission, but also because an exciting supporting programme is offered. The CHIO Aachen Village with over 230 exhibitors in over 250 tents as well as various catering stands also opens its doors.

Around 30,000 people are expected to attend this year’s Soers Sunday on July 14th, upon invitation of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e. V. (ALRV) with free admission. The programme kicks off at 11.30 a.m. with an open-air Ecumenical Service in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. This year’s motto: “Hubertus Mass – safely guided on eagle’s wings”. Subsequently, a diversified programme will be offered for the entire family at different locations across the showgrounds.

Between 1.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m., the visitors can watch a “CIAT – International Traditional Driving Competition”. Nicely turned-out historical carriages and drivers clad in traditional costumes will whisk the spectators away into another era. The afternoon programme in the show-jumpers’ practice area gets underway at 1.30 p.m. After being greeted by the CHIO Aachen mascot, Karli, the extensive arena will be conquered by several performers. On display among others: A drag hunt, the five disciplines at the CHIO Aachen and birds of prey from Hellenthal Wildlife Park. Since France is the partner country of this year’s CHIO Aachen, French flair can’t be missing of course: The world-famous Camargue horses will be on board together with the “Connemara Show Team”, which under the motto “Irish Connemaras on a trip to France” will present a colourful show performance with the participation of 20 ponies. On the topic of France: If a shopping spree round the CHIO Aachen Village is planned, the “Rue France” should definitely be on list of places to visit. Here various stands, country-specific specialities and even an Eiffel Tower “en miniature” await the visitors. A nice coincidence: Soers Sunday falls exactly on the same day as France’s national holiday, “La Fête Nationale Française” – or as one says in French “Le Quatorze Juillet”. Double reason to celebrate! “The people of Aachen simply love ‘their’ Soers Sunday. Many of them have been planning it as a regular family outing for years,” explained the Show Director, Frank Kemperman.

However, there is plenty more for the small guests to discover on Soers Sunday: Pony riding is on the agenda as well as viewing the play trailers of the Rhenish State Youth located alongside the Driving Stadium and an exciting “Children’s Educational Trail”, which equipped with a stamp card involves different stations being visited. Furthermore, on Soers Sunday in the scope of the charity cooperation, the “Lucky Moments Campaign” the four therapy centres from the region will put in a show performance for the public called “Vive la France – Therapeutic Riding in Aachen” starting at 2.55 p.m. on the show-jumping warm-up area, whilst volunteers collect donations for this campaign all over the showgrounds. The Carnival Prince elected for 2020, Martin Speicher accompanied by his court, are actively supporting the campaign this year under the motto “All inKlusiVe!”.




On Saturday: A live stream of Horse &…

On Saturday: A live stream of Horse & Symphony – exclusively via the app

It has always been chic, but now we have given the CHIO Aachen app a total revamp and kitted it out with new functions.

In this way, current push messages inform the app users about the most important occurrences directly at the showgrounds, thanks to the Social Wall one will no longer miss anything posted on Instagram, YouTube and co. – the special feature: On the evening of Saturday, July 13th,  a live stream of the “Horse & Symphony” concert will be available directly via the app. Also on offer: Trusted features such as spectator judging, live tracking, the CHIO Aachen quiz and of course lots of services and infos on the best sporting event in the world. The CHIO Aachen app is available free of charge in the app stores.


The App in the Playstore.


The App in the App-Store.

HORSE AND SYMPHONY: 70 musicians, 60 horses and 170 performers

Concert “Horse and Symphony” in the sign of…

Concert “Horse and Symphony” in the sign of France. There are still few remaining tickets.

Last year he was one of the spectators. However, this year it is serious. On Friday, July 12th, Christopher Ward, the new General Music Director of the City of Aachen, will be stood at the conductor’s stand in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. At 8.30 p.m. the first note of the probably most exceptional concert of the year will sound under the direction of the conductor, who was born in London: “Horse and Symphony” at the CHIO Aachen. The title this year: “La vie est belle”!

“Horse & Symphony” made its debut at the Soers in the year 2003. A “product of chance” as Show Director, Frank Kemperman, revealed to the press conference in Stable 6 at the showgrounds. The General Music Director at the time, Marcus R. Bosch, was considering giving a concert in the Deutsche Bank Stadium. Kemperman gave the green light – albeit under one condition: Only in combination with horses. “Horse and Symphony” was born. In the meantime, the concert has become a fixed part of the World Equestrian Festival. Indeed, over the past few years two concerts have been held on the first weekend of the show, in order to satisfy the high demand. The interplay between the orchestra comprising of 70 musicians and the individual show acts has not lost its fascination over all of the years. The challenge for the performers also remains. “The timing down to the very second is what counts with “Horse & Symphony”. It is something very special when the music has to be precisely aligned with a movement, a dance or a certain speed,” explained Ward.

So that everything fits perfectly this year for the premiere again, numerous individual rehearsals have taken place over the past weeks. Next Thursday it is finally time for the dress rehearsal. Then the musicians, a soloist, 60 horses and 170 performers will come together for the first time. And what can the visitors look forward to? “It is going to be very French,” grinned Ward. Not only regarding the selection of music with excerpts from Carmen, Jacques Offenbach’s CanCan and George Bizet’s L’Arlesienne. The many show performance also play homage to this year’s partner country, France. Whether Camargue horses or the “living” museum of horses from Chantilly – it is going to be unique. And one star is actually returning to Aachen: Jean-François Pignon, who commands his profession as a liberty dressage master like no other. The German Olympic Games dressage rider, Helen Langehanenberg, who will be demonstrating her show skills under the spotlight once more, is also on board. Show Director, Frank Kemperman, is already convinced now: “It is going to be tremendous.” Saturday’s show is sold-out. Admission tickets are still available for the concert on Friday, either online or from the hotline: #49-(0)241/ 917-1111.

The video on the press conference.




It is at its best experienced live in…

It is at its best experienced live in the stadium, however the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, is also being extensively covered on TV. WDR is already broadcasting the 45-minute long documentary “Mega Event CHIO Aachen” on Friday evening, July 12th, (8.15 p.m.).

The highlights from July 16th onwards are the Opening Ceremony on Tuesday evening (8.15 p.m., WDR live), the Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup on Thursday evening (8.15 Uhr, WDR live), the SAP-Cup (cross-country competition of the eventers) from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. on WDR and on the final Sunday (July 21st) the live coverage of the Rolex Grand Prix and Deutsche Bank Prize (Dressage) on ARD and WDR. The live programme will be enhanced by summaries and post-reporting on the individual days of the show – such as the famous Farewell to the Nations. Furthermore, there will be live transmissions daily on a wide range of WDR formats.

Thanks to cutting-edge camera technology – for instance the spectacular “Spidercam” will be implemented as well as 360 degree cameras – the CHIO Aachen 2019 is also going to be a thrilling experience in front of the TV screen or monitor. 250 TV employees on-site are responsible for transmitting the TV coverage all over the globe. The national public television channels will broadcast over 30 hours of images from the World Equestrian Festival. On top of the sports coverage, various magazine formats, news films and TV reports by Studio Aachen, which all provide an exciting look behind the scenes. The coverage will be transmitted internationally to over 140 countries.

Moreover, all of the competitions can also be watched online live on ClipMyHorse.TV.

The current TV times for the CHIO Aachen 2019


Friday, July 12th, 2019
8.15 – 9.00 p.m. WDR: Mega-Event CHIO Aachen documentary


Sunday, July 14th, 2019
2.45 – 4.30 p.m. WDR LIVE: Vaulting Nations Cup “Sparkasse Prize”


Tuesday, July 16th, 2019
8.15 – 9.45 p.m. WDR LIVE: Opening Ceremony


Wednesday, July 17th, 2019
2.15 – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Show Jumping “Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe”


Thursday, July 18th, 2019
8.15 – 10.40 p.m. WDR LIVE: Show Jumping “Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup”


Friday, July 19th, 2019
2.15 – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Show Jumping “RWE Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia” and “YAGEO-Prize”


Saturday, July 20th, 2019
10.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. WDR LIVE: Eventing “SAP-Cup”
3.15 – 5.15 p.m. WDR LIVE: Dressage Grand Prix Spécial “MEGGLE-Prize” and Show Jumping “Allianz-Prize” as well as a summary of the “Prize of schwartz GmbH”, the Marathon competition of the four-in-hand drivers


Sunday, July 21st, 2019
11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Dressage Grand Prix Freestyle “Deutsche Bank Prize”
3.00 – 5.00 p.m. WDR LIVE: Show Jumping 1st round, “Rolex Grand Prix”
5:20 – 6:25 p.m. ARD LIVE: Show Jumping 2nd round a jump-off, “Rolex Grand Prix”
7.30 – 8.00 p.m. WDR Farewell to the Nations