Scores: 2009 CDI-W Stockholm

 
Sun, 11/29/2009 - 00:00
2009 CDI-W Stockholm - 27 - 29 November 2009

Champion of Winners
Best Swedish 5 and 6-year olds compete against each other

  • 1. Minna Telde - Hohenstaufen II (by Hohenstein - Langata Express xx) - 86.600
  • 2. Pernilla André Hokfelt - Wladimir O.A (by Flemmingh - Florestan I) - 85.600
  • 3. Malin Rinné - Scharmeur (by Schwadroneur - Napoleon) - 84.600
  • 4. Anna Nilsson - Prima Donna (by Don Primero - Amiral) - 84.000
  • 5. Caroline Palmgren - Paridon Magi (by Don Primero - Napoleon) - 82.000
  • 6. Susanne Gielen - Belamour (by Belissimo M - Lord Sinclair I) - 80.800

Minne Telde and the black Hanoverian stallion Hohenstaufen II (by Hohenstein x Langata Express xx) have won the "Champion of Winners," which is a championships of the top three ranked 5 and 6-year olds from the 2009 Swedish Young Horse Championships. Hohenstaufen II got 8,6 for trot, 8,5 for walk and canter, 8,7 for suppleness and 9 for general impression. With a total of 86.600 points he beat Pernille Andre on the bay Wladimir OA (by Flemmingh).

FEI Pony Riders - Kur to Music

  • 1 Sofia Matteoni - Joshua - 71.000
  • 2 Amalie Egholm Hebsgaard - Extrem - 70.200
  • 3 Nina Rademaekers - José - 69.000
  • 4 Mathilde Hannell - Chardonnay - 67.350

Grand Prix

  • 1 Adelinde Cornelissen - Parzival - 75.532 (Holland)
  • 2 Aat van Essen - Premier - 70.000 (Holland)
  • 3 Christa Laarakkers - Ovation - 69.830 (Holland)
  • 4 Matthias Alexander Rath - Triviant - 67.957 (Germany)
  • 5 Minna Telde - Don Charly - 67.021 (Sweden)
  • 6 Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén - Solos Carex - 66.468 (Sweden)
  • 7 Hubertus Schmidt - Hinnerk TSF - 66.128 (Germany)
  • 8 Nina Hoffmann - Leo af Magnushöj - 65.915 (Sweden)
  • 9 Charlotte Haid-Bondergaard - Lydianus - 65.532 (Sweden)
  • 9 Philippe Jorissen - Le Beau - 65.532 (Belgium)
  • 11 Anette Christensson - Normandie JB - 64.383 (Sweden)
  • 12 Nina Bengtsson - Ajax Två - 63.787 (Sweden)
  • 13 Cathrine Rasmussen - Orlando - 62.936 (Norway)
  • 14 Emma Karlsson - Faradera - 62.468 (Sweden)
  • 15 Esther Scholte Albers-Fleury - Nasty Boy - 62.043 (Holland)
  • 16 Pia Fälth - Efendi - 61.915 (Sweden)
  • 17 Susan Dutta - Manette DC - 61.064 (USA) 
  • 18 Evi Strasser - Action Tyme - 58.553 (Canada)

European individual and team gold medallist Adelinde Cornelissen has returned to the winner's circle on her first outing since the Europeans in August 2009. Aboard her Dutch warmblood Parzival (by Jazz x Ulft), she scored 75.53% to win the Grand Prix. "It is a long trip to Stockholm, but it's so fantastic here so I had to come back this year," Cornelissen said at the press conference. Parzival is known to be a spooky horse, but he kept his cool in the Globen arean. "I finally got his trust and today he was a fantastic horse." Another Jazz x Ulft bred horse finished second, Premier, ridden by Aat van Essen. This Dutch duo scored 70.00%

Grand Prix Kur to Music

  • 1 Adelinde Cornelissen - Parzival - 83.850 (Holland)
  • 2 Matthias Alexander Rath - Triviant - 74.350 (Germany)
  • 3 Minna Telde - Don Charly 1052 - 73.600 (Sweden)
  • 4 Aat van Essen - Premier - 73.050 (Holland)
  • 5 Hubertus Schmidt - Hinnerk TSF - 75.400 (Germany)
  • 6 Charlotte Haid-Bondergaard - Lydianus- 70.700 (Sweden)
  • 7 Emma Karlsson - Faradera - 69.200 (Sweden)
  • 8 Philippe Jorissen - Le Beau - 68.700 (Belgium)
  • 9 Anette Christensson - Normandie JB - 68.650 (Sweden)
  • 10 Nina Hoffmann - Leo af Magnushöj - 68.050 (Sweden)
  • 11 Nina Bengtsson - Ajax II - 66.950 (Sweden)
  • 12 Cathrine Rasmussen - Orlando - 65.450 (Norway)
  • 13 Esther Scholte Albers-Fleury - Nasty Boy - 62.900 (Holland)

European individual and team gold medallist Adelinde Cornelissen has won the Western European League World Cup Qualifier in Stockholm, Sweden. The Dutch pair scored 83.85% and placed leagues in front of German Matthias Alexander Rath on his young upcoming Grand Prix horse Triviant (by Olivi x Saluut). Read More

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