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In images: The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ of Stuttgart

Wednesday, 16 November 2022
CSI5*-W Stuttgart German Masters 2022

The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ of Stuttgart had it all: Top sport, a full house and a fantastic audience. Several riders chased the outstanding jump-off time posted by Richard Vogel and United Touch S (Untouched x Lux Z), but it turned out to be unbeatable. However, two horse-and-rider combinations came close and tied for the second place: Denis Lynch and Brooklyn Heights (Nabab de Reve x For Pleasure), as well as Steve Guerdat and Dynamix de Belheme (Snaike de Blondel x Cornet Obolensky) – pictured above. 

Here we look back at some of all the action in the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ of Stuttgart 2022.

All photos © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Henrik von Eckermann was very happy with the 9-year-old Iliana's (Cardento x Gentleman) fantastic jumping. After a fast double clear, the two ended fourth. Von Eckermann now tops the World Cup standings for the Western European League after taking points in Oslo, winning in Verona and finishing fourth in Stuttgart.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Denis Lynch and Brooklyn Heights (Nabab de Reve x For Pleasure) did their best to get the time to beat. Lynch is now rank 13th on the current Western European League standings after taking points in both Verona and Stuttgart.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Harrie Smolders and the well-jumping Bingo du Parc (Milord Carthago*HN x Diamant De Semilly) finished fifth, with the Dutch rider taking his first World Cup points of the season.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. This plank on 12a fell over and over again.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Kevin Staut and Visconti du Telman (Toulon x Dollar du Murier) finished fifth and after taking points in as many as four World Cups this season, the French rider is now rank two on the Western European League standings.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Janne-Friederike Meyer-Zimmermann and Büttner's Minimax (Cornado NRW x Antaeus) started off really well, but got in trouble on jump five and parted ways.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Jana Wargers and Limbridge (Guardus Limbus x Cambridge 8) finished 7th on home soil in Stuttgart.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Full speed for Hans-Dieter Dreher and Elysium (VDL Zirocco Blue x Coronado 3), that despite being fast had to settle for eight place.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Andreas Schou and Darc de Lux (Darco x Contender) delivered a picture perfect round - however, they were 0.3 seconds over the time allowed, with one time penalty keeping the two out of the jump-off.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Spencer Smith and Theodore Manciais (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Power Light) also had to watch the jump-off from the side-line after adding one time penalty to their score.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Wilma Hellström and Cicci BJN (Ci Ci Senjor Ask x Tornesch) continued their great form, delivering a double clear that was good enough for the ninth place. Hellström now sits 12th on the current Western European League standings.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Willem Greve and Grandorado TN N.O.P. (Eldorado van Zeshoek x Carolus II) were the fastest of the four-faulters in the jump-off, to finish 10th.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. The first clear of the class came from Harry Charles and Casquo Blue (Chacco-Blue x Carthago Z). In the jump-off a pole fell though and the two finished 11th. Charles now sits 6th on the overall standings in the Western European League.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Visconti du Telman checking out the enthusiastic crowds, before it was time to perform.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Marcus Ehning and Priam du Roset (Plot Blue x Tanael du Serein) finished 12th ahead of their home crowd, and were the last pair to be placed in the class.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Jur Vrieling and Long John Silver 3 (Lasino x San Patrignano Corrado) had a misunderstanding in the short turn back to the wall, which dropped them down to 13th - just outside the ribbons. Vrieling has taken points in all three World Cups that he has competed in this season and is rank three on the current standings.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. A well deserved treat for the fantastic Limbridge.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Henrik von Eckermann and Iliana leaving the fully seated arena with a crowd that definitely contributed to the great sport with all their enthusiasm.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ. Richard Vogel and United Touch S (Untouched x Lux Z) couldn't be stopped in this season's fifth leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Western European League in Stuttgart. With Richard taking his first World Cup points, he is now rank seven on the current standings.



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