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Taloubet Z won the most!

Wednesday, 07 December 2011

On top of the list; Taloubet Z & Christian Ahlmann. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson/worldofshowjumping.com.The German National Federation has rated the twenty showjumping horses that won the most prize money during 2011 in their Yearbook. The list includes horses ridden by German riders, but also horses ridden by riders from other countries that have won prize money at shows in Germany. Only one foreign rider made it into the top twenty list, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson with Casall La Silla who ended up in 13th place.

Highest of the list is Taloubet Z with Christian Ahlmann who has won more than half a million Euro during 2011. They are followed by Chaman and Ludger Beerbaum. Aragon Rouet and Andre Thieme are rank three. 

 

Both Ludger Beerbaum and Marcus Ehning have three horses each on the top 20 list.

Top 20

1. Taloubet Z – Christian Ahlmann – 537.654 Euro

2. Chaman – Ludger Beerbaum – 394.643 Euro

3. Aragon Rouet – Andre Thieme – 271.269 Euro

4. Cellagon Lambrasco – Janne-Friederike Meyer – 239.926 Euro

5. Corradina – Carsten-Otto Nagel – 239.280 Euro

6. Gotha – Ludger Beerbaum – 232.941 Euro

7. Shutterfly – Meredith Michaels Beerbaum – 228.470 Euro

8. Noltes Küchengirl – Marcus Ehning – 221.386 Euro

9. Cash – Marco Kutscher – 201.591 Euro

10. Monte Bellini – Philipp Weishaupt – 159.013 Euro

11. Catoki – Philipp Weishaupt – 149.750 Euro

12. Coco – Andre Thieme – 119.711 Euro

13. Casall La Silla – Rolf-Göran Bengtsson – 117.560 Euro

14. Lord Louis – Lars Nieberg – 112.769 Euro

15. Sabrina – Marcus Ehning – 104.095 Euro

16. Carinjo – Thomas Voss – 101.575 Euro

17. Allerdings – Marco Kutscher – 96.815 Euro

18. Coupe de Coeur – Ludger Beerbaum – 92.363 Euro

19. Checkmate – Meredith Michaels Beerbaum – 91.155 Euro

20. Plot Blue – Marcus Ehning – 87.024 Euro

Source: horseweb.de

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