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Highlights from a wonderful Wednesday at CHIO Aachen

Thursday, 30 June 2022
CHIO Aachen 2022

It was a Wednesday full of highlights at CHIO Aachen, with the 1.45m Prize of Handwerk, the 1.50m Prize of StädteRegion Aachen in memory of Landrat Hermann-Josef Pütz, as well as the 1.60m Grand Prix qualifier Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe all on the program. Here we look back at some of the many wonderful moments. 

All photos © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark USA's Mclain Ward and Contagious won the prestigious Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe after two beautiful rounds.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark There were a lot of emotions in the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe, here a very happy Yuri Mansur who jumped clear in the first round with Vitiki. It was an extra special clear round for Mansur; in 2018, Vitiki sustained a near career-ending injury in this very same class, but with endless belief and patience, Mansur has brought the 14-year-old gelding back to the highest level.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark A moment between Katanga vh Dingeshof and Nicola Philippaerts.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Thumbs up from Mexico's Nicolas Pizarro who jumped a double clear in the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe to finish 7th with Oak Grove's Enkidu.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark For a German rider there's nothing like a clear round in Aachen: Here Tobias Meyer celebrating his performance in round one of the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe with Greatest Boy - H.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Bond Jamesbond de Hay impressed in the first round of the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe with Kevin Staut in the saddle, and was one of the fourteen horses that managed to qualify for round two.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Daniel Deusser is in Aachen as the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping live contender, and to defend his Grand Prix title from 2021, once again bringing with him Killer Queen VDM.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark A snack for Pedro Veniss' Böckmanns Lord Pezi Junior.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark A happy Swiss crew that had both Martin Fuchs and Edouard Schmitz clear in the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark World no. five Conor Swail had another good day at the office, winning the Prize of StädteRegion Aachen in memory of Landrat Hermann-Josef Pütz with Nadal Hero & DB, then finishing third in the Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe with Count Me In.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Last year's winners of the Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe, Max Kühner and Electric Blue P, once again jumped a double clear but this time the two finished 5th.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark USA's Chef d'Equipe Robert Ridland and Mclain Ward having a chat.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Solid Gold Z and home hero Christian Ahlmann in action in the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Adrienne Sternlicht's Albright GJB.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Daniel Deusser's Bingo Ste Hermelle was the fastest in the second round of the Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe, but unfortunately the a-element of the combination came down along the way, leaving them 8th.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Kisses for Contagious from Virginie Casterman...

Photo © MacKenzie Clark ...after the 13-year-old gelding stormed to the win in the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark In the Turkish Airlines – Prize of Europe, Harry Charles and Casquo Blue were one of the 27 horse-and-rider combinations that jumped a clear in the first round, but as only fourteen qualified for round two the time became decisive and they ended as one of the thirteen pairs that had two watch round two from the sideline.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Thumbs up from Belgium's Wilm Vermeir who had a great day in Aachen: First he won the Prize of Handwerk with Linguini de la Pomme, then he ended third in the Prize of StädteRegion Aachen with Enola Gay Of Two Notes Z and finished off his day with a clear round in the Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe with DM Jacqmotte.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Germany's Marie Ligges and Corcovado L with a classic CHIO Aachen backdrop.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark All smiles from Aachen-debutant Conor Swail and his fiancée Sam after a great day at Soers.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark A happy team: Maximilian Weishaupt and DSP Omerta Incipit were clear in the first round of the Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe, but not fast enough to make it to round two.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark A ribbon in Aachen is special...



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