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Emotional goodbye to Thomas Frühmann and The Sixth Sense in Vienna

Sunday, 18 September 2016
Sport

The showjumping community thanked off The Sixth Sense and Thomas Frühmann in Vienna yesterday. Photo (c) Michael Graf. The showjumping community thanked off The Sixth Sense and Thomas Frühmann in Vienna yesterday. Photo (c) Michael Graf.

In an emotional retirement ceremony in Vienna, the showjumping community celebrated the careers of Austrian legend Thomas Frühmann and his 20-year-old partner The Sixth Sense (Zorro T x Grannus-Granit).

“It’s not just a horse. For all of us that are here today, he is a personality,” said Vienna Masters speaker Christian Plettenberg about The Sixth Sense during the ceremony that took place in front of a sold-out Vienna Masters arena.

Germany’s Ludger Beerbaum paid tribute to the 65-year-old Frühmann, saying; "Thomas and Sense will obviously be missed. We've been in big battles, and often with Thomas at the front,” adding to Frühmann: “I hope you will stay with us after The Sixth Sense, no matter if in front or behind the scenes!”

 


Source: Press release from EQWO Media House // Picture © Michael Graf

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