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WOCHE 3: FEI Youth Nations Cup | Tolle Bilder in der FOTOGALERIE von Filippo Gabutti | August 2 - 5, 2018 | X-BIONIC SPHERE | Alle Ergebnisse |  gbr Sunday, August 5, 2018 saw three consecutive rounds of exciting, international FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth competition at the X-Bionic® Summer Tour. Among the winners of the day: Team Hungary, who triumphed in the FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth – Children’s division; and Denmark, which earned team gold in both the FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth – Young Riders and FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth – Junior divisions.

Prize Respect 1.25m FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth – Children

Comprised of Balázs Tóth, Olívia Dóra Veilinger, Emma Zólyomi, and Csongor Töro, Hungary led the competition from start to finish on Sunday, defeating Germany in second place on a score of 8 and the Czech Republic in third on 16. Riding the 12-year-old stallion Chacco, anchor rider Töro jumped the only double-clear of the day, helping the Hungarian Team finish on their Round 1 score of 4 faults. In particular, Chef d’Équipe Attila Janik praised first-time Nations Cup™ competitor, Olívia Dóra Veilinger, who had just one rail down in Round 1. “This is Olivia’s first international show and she is a real newcomer and winning all the classes, which is amazing,” said Janik.

Team members noted that they were taking a moment to celebrate this well-deserved win, though they are already eyeing the Hungarian Championships in two weeks’ time. This victory will also bring Hungary critical points in the provisional European standings, with only one event left in their qualifying season.

Prize Gordana Glass 1.45m FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth – Young Riders

Team Denmark rode away with the win in the 1.45m Prize Gordana Glass FEI Jumping Young Riders Nations Cup™ on a score of 20, edging out Germany on 21 and the United Arab Emirates, which faced an unfortunate team elimination in the second round. Anchor rider Clara Hallundbaek led teammates Benedikte Rie Truelsen, Konstantin Deeken Künnemann, and Christina Nielsen with a fault-free score on the 11-year-old Holsteiner mare, HH Best Buy. In the second round, Team Demark was able to secure the win ahead of Hallundbaek’s final turn. “We are really happy. It was a hot day, but the horses did a really good job in these conditions,” said Künnemann. “We are very happy to finish it like that.”

Chef d’Équipe Bo Möller echoed the sentiment, highlighting this victory’s importance to the team’s overall position in the standings. “We have been trying to prepare to do our best and have focused on the Nations Cup™, since it is important for our country,” said Möller. “For a country of our size, it is very good—we are proud of this success. We have many riders who have been working hard the whole year.”

Prize Coca-Cola 1.40m FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth – Junior

The final class of the afternoon marked the second victory of the day for Denmark, which finished on a dominate 13 faults in the Prize Coca-Cola FEI Jumping Junior Nations Cup™, defeating Hungary with 31 in second place, and the United Arab Emirates with 35 in third. Last to go in the order, Laura Baaring Kjaergaard led the team—also consisting of Maria Barnewitz Schou, Camilla Mortensen, and Kamilla Ladefoged Rasmussen—jumping double-clear on the 8-year-old Holsteiner mare, Cloi.

“We try to educate all the riders in the same way coming up through the system. We know that it is functioning, and eventually, is a guarantee of success at

the shows,” said Chef d’Équipe Bo Möller, adding Denmark has nearly 20 different riders participating in both Junior and Young Riders Nations Cup™ classes this season. “The most important thing is that you ride as a team, and everybody fights for each other,” Möller continued.

“If one is not good one day, the others have to really go for it and help that one, and the next time, it’s the opposite. You must have a true team spirit and then you can go far.”

You can view the full results from the day’s FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth competitions here.

 

Friday | August 3, 2018

Tolle FOTOGALERIE von Filippo Gabutti

 gbr  TÓTH, VINGRÁLKOVÁ, AND AMEEN WIN INDIVIDUAL GRAND PRIX COMPETITIONS AT THE FEI JUMPING NATIONS CUP™ YOUTH ON THE X-BIONIC® SUMMER TOUR... The FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth individual Grand Prix competitions took place across the Children’s, Junior, and Young Riders divisions on Friday, August 3, 2018 at the X-Bionic® Summer Tour. Demonstrating poise under pressure as well as technique, Balázs Táth of Hungary (Children’s), Sara Vingrálková of the Czech Republic (Junior), and Abdul Rahman Ahmed Ameen of the United Arab Emirates (Young Riders) rode to the top of the class in their respective divisions.

CSIO Children’s Grand Prix Equiline

A hug around the neck said it all for Hungary’s Balázs Tóth, who galloped to the win in the 1.25m CSIO Children’s Grand Prix Equiline aboard Elsa Campari. The 12-year-old rider bested a field of 15 competitors, returning to compete in the jump-off, where his time of 40.01 seconds was just enough to eek out the victory over the Czech Republic’s Petra Parenicova & Sarah Sun at 40.22 seconds. Tóth has been paired with Anna Nagy’s 9-year-old KWPN mare for less than a year. The two were previously victorious in the Final Children’s Tour CSICh-B at the Ebreichsdorf Standard Show in May.

CSIO Junior Grand Prix Energochemica

Eight riders qualified for the jump-off in the 1.40m CSIO Junior Grand Prix Energochemica, and class winner Sara Vingrálková wasted no time moving to the head of the pack. Riding her mount of one year, the 16-year-old Selle Français stallion, Oscar des Fontaines, Vingrálková stopped the clock at 38.97 seconds, taking the win for the Czech Republic ahead of Germany’s Tim Hartlaub and Alia Knack in second and third, respectively. The pair are building on an already successful season, having earned top results at Cervia, Italy; Zduchovice, Czech Republic; and Lamprechtshausen, Austria earlier this year.

CSIO Young Riders Grand Prix Gordana

It was an impressive victory for the United Arab Emirates in the 1.45m CSIO Young Riders Grand Prix Gordana, where Abdul Rahman Ahmed Ameen & Belcanto Z topped a field of 11 to ride away with the day’s top prize. Ameen, 20, and the 12-year-old Zangersheide gelding’s jump-off time of 44.70 seconds proved fast enough to hold off Clara Hallundbaek of Denmark and Franziska Müller of Germany. Belcanto Z was previously campaigned by Sweden’s Henrik van Eckermann and Ireland’s Michael Duffy.

You can view the full Grand Prix results from the FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Youth here.

 

 

SPRINGSPORT... die beeindruckende Pferdesportanlage im Slowakischen Šamorín, die X-BIONIC® SPHERE ist für 3 Wochen Gastgeber für hochkarätigen Pferdesport. Internationaler Springsport bei der X-BIONIC® Summer Tour, die 2018 vom 17. Juli bis zum 5. August stattfindet, und eine Serie mit CSI 4*, CSI 2*, CSI 1* und CSI YH 1* Bewerben bietet.

In diesem Jahr wird die Summer Tour mit dem FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ für Junge Reiter, Junioren und Kinder (2. - 5. August, 2018) finalisiert, und die besten Europäischen Nachwuchstalenten des Springsports, haben die Chance, sich an 4 Tagen in intensiven internationalen Teamwettbewerben sportlich zu konkurrieren.

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WOCHE 2 | 24.-29. Juli

Tolle Impressionen in der PHOTOGALERIE von Filippo Gabutti | X-BIONIC SPHERE | Start & Ergebnisse  gbr Enrique Gonzalez dominates in the Grand Prix ENERGOCHEMICA CSI4* at X-Bionic® Summer Tour

The first clear of the day was a precursor of things to come for Enrique Gonzalez of Mexico, who rode away with the win in the € 92,100 Grand Prix Energochemica on Sunday, July 29, during Week 2 of the X-Bionic® Summer Tour (July 24-29, 2018). The top 11 riders from a field of 43 were welcomed back for the jump-off round, where Gonzalez and the 11-year-old Hanoverian mare Chacna (Chacco-Blue x Narew XX) became the fastest of four, double-clear rounds to clinch the victory.

“I could not feel happier. Last year, when we came here and we saw this incredible place, I fell in love immediately with X-Bionic® Sphere. This year, to come and be able to win a grand prix is absolutely fantastic,” Gonzalez said.

Clear rounds were scarce for the first quarter of the class, until Gonzalez and Chacna, the 14th to go, solved the riddle of Uliano Vezzani’s 1.60m track. Only three more clears would follow: Emanuele Camilli of Italy with Urban de Rohan, Gerrit Nieberg of Germany with Contagio, and the class leader going into round two, Tiffany Foster of Canada with Donjo.

Of the riders qualified for the jump-off, seven returned on a score of four faults to join the four riders on clears. Most of these attempted to climb in the standings by taking risks to better their time, with only the hometown favorite, Bronislav Chudyba of Slovakia on Lester IX, succeeding in his effort to jump both fast and clear, finishing 5th overall.

Nieberg was the first competitor on a zero score to return, riding for the careful clear to stop the clock at 52.96 seconds. Gonzalez followed, picking up the pace and executing two skillful turns to become the new leader on 49.18; Camilli followed on 51.35. Last to go, Foster and the big-strided Donjo made up ground, very nearly catching Gonzalez to ride through the timers and finish second on 49.62 seconds.

“I normally walk my course, then I go alone to the side, and I visualize three or four times how I am going to ride the course,” Gonzalez said of his winning process. “The experience keeps [me] more calm and focused.”

This is the second, top-10 finish for Gonzalez and Chacna in an X-Bionic® Summer Tour Grand Prix, having placed 7th in the Grand Prix Energochemica on Sunday, July 22. The pair also won the 1.50m RESPECT CSI4* Grand Prix Qualifier on Friday. “Last week, I had one rail down, I placed in the Grand Prix, but this week, I also won a qualifier,” said an enthusiastic Gonzalez. “It could not have been a better week!”

You can view full results from the Grand Prix Energochemica here.

 

   Saturday | July 29, 2018

 gbr Carlos Eduardo Mota Ribas speeds to the Win in the Energochemica Derby Cup CSI 4* at X-BIONIC® Summer Tour - Temperatures hovered near 30˚C (86˚F) today on the X-BIONIC® Summer Tour, where Carlos Eduardo Mota Ribas of Brazil beat the heat and a field of 25, riding to an impressive win in the Energochemica Derby Cup CSI4* on his own Brilexo.

Uliano Vezzani’s sprawling, 1.45m track required both bravery and stamina, a recipe that made for an exciting class, despite the afternoon’s sun and soaring temperatures. Aside from the casual rail, the first portion of the course offered little trouble to most of the field, though the remaining half, which incorporated a series of natural obstacles beginning with a figure eight of bank jumps, was a different story.

For a number of riders, a closed dyke combination on the backside of the track proved insurmountable, resulting in several stops and eliminations. Those that met the challenge were forced to contend with a gallop home to the final two jumps: a large square oxer and upright vertical of natural panels on a corner, leading to more than one disappointing rail.

The 12-year-old KPWN gelding Brilexo (Phin Phin x Lux) was the second ride of the day for Mota Ribas, who earned 8 penalties with his first mount, Wilexo. With the course well in hand, the Brazilian rider wasted no time on Brilexo, making each turn count and charging through the dyke series to find two, flawless lines to the final jumps on course, stopping the clock at 133.06.

Second-place finisher Richard Howley of Ireland, riding Cruising Star, took a commanding lead as one of the last riders to go with a time of 138.46—nearly seven seconds faster than third place rider Jamie Wingrove of Great Britain on Bart VI (145.06). “[Cruising Star] is naturally a very fast horse. She’s Irish, I’m Irish, so we’re used to a bit of hunting,” Howley joked after his ride.

This is an important win for Carlos Eduardo Mota Ribas and his longtime partner, Brilexo, who have been competing together since 2012. Last week, the pair finished sixth in the Prize Coca-Cola CSI4* on the X-BIONIC® Summer Tour.

You can view full results from the Energochemica Derby Cup here.

 

 

 

SPRINGSPORT... die beeindruckende Pferdesportanlage im Slowakischen Šamorín, die X-BIONIC® SPHERE ist für 3 Wochen Gastgeber für hochkarätigen Pferdesport. Internationaler Springsport bei der X-BIONIC® Summer Tour, die 2018 vom 17. Juli bis zum 5. August stattfindet, und eine Serie mit CSI 4*, CSI 2*, CSI 1* und CSI YH 1* Bewerben bietet.

In diesem Jahr wird die Summer Tour mit dem FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ für Junge Reiter, Junioren und Kinder (2. - 5. August, 2018) finalisiert, und die besten Europäischen Nachwuchstalenten des Springsports, haben die Chance, sich an 4 Tagen in intensiven internationalen Teamwettbewerben sportlich zu konkurrieren.

Die Topbedingungen der X-BIONIC® Equestor Sphere, dem Pferdesportbereich in einem der modernsten Sportzentren Europas, garantieren Spitzenspringsport - der sicherlich eine Reise wert ist.  google maps iconGoogle Map

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WOCHE 1 | 17. - 22. Juli:

  Sunday | July 22, 2018

PHOTOGALERIE wunderschöne Impressionen von Filippo Gabutti  gbr Dominique Hendrickx Victorious in the Grand Prix EnergochemicaI CSI4* at X-BIONIC® Summer Tour, Šamorín, Slovakia.

Dominique Hendrickx of Belgium earned his first major win of the X-BIONIC® Summer Tour on Sunday, July 22, 2018, riding Bacardi les Hauts. Hendrickx bested a field of 49 riders from as many as 25 different nations to win the 92.100,.€ Grand Prix Energochemica, becoming one of only two double-clear rounds on course designer Uliano Vezzani’s challenging, 1.60m track.  

The day saw seasonably warm temperatures and cloudy skies, eventually giving way to gentle summer rains just in time for the prize giving. The expansive, 13-obstacle first-round required both dexterity and stamina, offering plenty of challenges throughout. Jumps 6 and 7, the open water to an upright vertical liverpool, proved to be the undoing of more than one pair, while the final line, a wide oxer to the number 13 vertical, also fell at regular intervals. 

Hendrickx and the 11-year-old SBS stallion (Rexar du Houssoit x Cavalier) were one of only three pairs to jump clear in the first round, with the top 13 returning for the shortened course: nine on four faults; Ondrej Zvara of the Czech Republic on a time fault; and Luiz Francisco de Azevedo of Brazil, Hendrickx, and the U.S.A.’s Lucas Porter on zero.

Vezzani’s winding jump-off course featured a limited number of related distances but took in the full breadth of X-BIONIC’s sprawling, grass grand prix field. Brazil’s Cassio Rivetti emerged as an early leader among the four-faulters with Ulahop Boy, stopping the clock at a blazing-fast 41.95 seconds. Zvara, on one, attempted a more conservative route with Cento Lano, but pulled a rail, finishing on five faults. Riding the 11-year-old KWPN stallion, Comic, de Azevedo also rode for the careful clear, finishing on 52.83 seconds and leaving the final two competitors—Hendrickx and Porter on Diamonte Darco—to vie for the win.

Hendrickx jumped first, keeping up the pace but following a slightly tidier track than de Azevedo to stop the clock at 49.51 seconds. Last to go, Porter looked ready to put the pedal down, but dropped an unlucky rail at the third oxer on course, finishing 6th overall. Brazil’s Rivetti took third; his countryman, de Azevedo, second.

This is the first major win of the season for the Lier, Belgium-based Hendrickx and Bacardi les Hauts, who have been paired together since 2015.

 

You can view full results from the X-BIONIC® Summer Tour Grand Prix Energochemica at here.

 

Summer Tour @ Prize Land Rover - CSI4*... and the Winner is Jessica Springsteen & RMF Tinkerbell 

 Great PHOTOGALLERY by X-BIONIC SPHERE - Filippo Gabutti 

 

SPRINGSPORT... die beeindruckende Pferdesportanlage im Slowakischen Šamorín, die X-BIONIC® SPHERE ist für 3 Wochen Gastgeber für hochkarätigen Pferdesport. Internationaler Springsport bei der X-BIONIC® Summer Tour, die 2018 vom 17. Juli bis zum 5.August stattfindet, und eine Serie mit CSI 4*, CSI 2*, CSI 1* und CSI YH 1* Bewerben bietet.

In diesem Jahr wird die Summer Tour mit dem FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ für Junge Reiter, Junioren und Kinder (2. - 5. August, 2018) finalisiert, und die besten Europäischen Nachwuchstalenten des Springsports, haben die Chance, sich an 4 Tagen in intensiven internationalen Teamwettbewerben sportlich zu konkurrieren.

Die Topbedingungen der X-BIONIC® Equestor Sphere, dem Pferdesportbereich in einem der modernsten Sportzentren Europas, garantieren Spitzenspringsport - der sicherlich eine Reise wert ist.  google maps iconGoogle Map

Die X-BIONIC® Summer Tour 2018 hat ein Preisgeld von insgesamt 575.000 € ausgeschrieben.

 

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