CHIO Aachen in Live-Stream: Horse Sport - Nations Cup live on the internet
The CHIO Aachen will be held at the Reitstadion in the Sportpark Soers. The riders compete in the disciplines show jumping, dressage, driving, eventing and vaulting.
CHIO Achen in the live stream
The WDR will show more than two hours of live sports on each of the days of Sunday's tournament, including Wednesday's European prize (14.15) and Thursday's Nations Cup (20.15).
At the second round of the Grand Prix on Sunday takes over the ARD (17.20 clock). All CHIO exams can also be viewed for free on the internet (clipmyhorse.tv). The price of Europe will also be broadcast on sportschau.de in the stream.
The German team for the Nations Cup in Aachen
Under floodlights, eight national teams compete against each other in front of 40,000 spectators on Thursday evening. The German show jumpers can win the Nations Cup on Thursday evening at the CHIO in Aachen for the fourth time in a row.
After the hat-trick last year, the host quartet once again belongs to the small circle of favorites. "The US also has a very strong team," says CHIO Sports Director Frank Kemperman before jumping with two laps.
Ahlmann and Deußer rode again
In the focus of German fans are this time two riders who make their comeback. Christian Ahlmann from Marl and Daniel Deußer, who lives in Belgium, once again ride the CHIO team. The two professionals had not signed the athlete agreement of the German Olympic Committee for Cavalry (DOKR) in the past two years. This is a prerequisite to ride in the national team.
Now they have signed and are back. The Belgian-based professional Dreußer was recently the best German rider and is ranked fourth in the world rankings.
As in the previous year, the CHIO Quartet also includes Simone Blum from Zolling and Marcus Ehning from Borken. National coach Otto Becker nominated 25-year-old Maurice Tebbel as substitute. The rider from Emsbüren belonged in the two previous years to the German teams, which won.
Graduation is on Sunday the Grand Prix. The tournament in the Aachen Soers may call itself CHIO because it offers competitions for national teams in various disciplines such as jumping, dressage and eventing.