German is lying in first place with 79.40 minus points, ahead of France (90.90) and New Zealand (92.50). Julia Krajewski with Samourai du Thot (22.50), Ingrid Klimke with SAP Hale Bob OLD (26.10), Kai Rüder with Colani Sunrise (30.80), and Andreas Dibowski with FRH Corrida (58.10) already took the lead after the dressage and they are holding onto it after the jumping too.
In the individual, Julia Krajewski’s horses are battling it out between themselves. She currently ranks first with Chipmunk FRH, who left the dressage arena with a sensational 19.7 minus points and didn’t pick up any faults in the jumping ring. Her Championship horse Samourai du Thot is in second place. He was fourth after the dressage, but after the jumping moved up into second place behind his stable mate. The Dutch rider Tim Lips ranks third with Byro (23.30) before the cross-country, followed by Ingrid Klimke and SAP Hale Bob OLD, who slipped down from second place after the dressage after picking up four faults in the jumping.
Will Coleman and OBOS O'Reilly. Shannon Brinkman Photo.
Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border, The Cross Syndicate’s 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding, led the way for the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team in the dressage phase in the FEI Eventing Nations Cup CICO3* Aachen. With a penalty score of 25.5, the combination placed seventh overall and secured fourth place for the U.S. team.
Buck Davidson and Carlevo, Carlevo LLC’s 11-year-old Holsteiner gelding, were next in the standings for the U.S., sitting in 19th place on a score of 29.00. Lauren Kieffer and Landmark’s Monte Carlo, Jacqueline Mars’s 12-year-old Irish Thoroughbred cross gelding, sat in 26th following dressage on 31.20. Will Coleman and OBOS O'Reilly, Four Star Eventing Group’s 15-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding, were in 38th place on 34.2.
Show Jumping in the FEI Eventing Nations Cup CICO3* Aachen also took place today. Severson and Cooley Cross Border incurred 12 penalties to drop to sit 22nd headed into the final phase. Coleman and OBOS O'Reilly moved up to 25th, picking up four faults in show jumping. Kieffer and Landmark's Monte Carlo sit 28th and Davidson and Carlevo are in 33rd.
The U.S. team will now collect their thoughts and prepare for Saturday's cross-country phase.
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For team standings, click here.
Cross-Country starts at 4 a.m. ET and can be viewed on ClipMyHorse.TV. The start list can be viewed here. Lauren Kieffer and Landmark's Monte Carlo will blaze the trail for the U.S. at 10:20 a.m. local time.
Tamie Smith and Mai Baum were the highest placed combination of the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team at the FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ The Netherlands hosted at the Military Boekelo CCIO4*-L in Enschede, the Netherlands, earning a final score of 31.9 for 11th place out of a competitive field of 97 starters. The Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team, comprised of Tamie Smith, Liz Halliday-Sharp, Jennie Brannigan and reserve Matt Flynn, was led under the guidance of Chef d’Equipe Erik Duvander.
Mya Poulos and Vanessa Stroh were the junior and adult amateur recipient of the award at the Otter Creek Farm Fall Horse Trials, September 13-15, 2019, which hosted the Area IV leg of the Charles Owen Technical Merit Award. The Charles Owen Technical Merit Award takes place in each of the 10 USEA Areas and rewards one junior and one adult amateur riders for their safe and effective cross-country riding.
The 2019 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention is only two months away! Multiple keynote speakers, three-day eventing inspired films, and a 60th anniversary celebration – the schedule is packed with special highlights that will make this year unforgettable. The 2019 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention is on Dec. 12-15 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.
In the thrilling finale to the FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ 2019 series at Boekelo, The Netherlands today, Team Germany posted their fourth win of the season while league leaders Sweden held on to take the series title. However, some of the biggest smiles were on Swiss faces when they pulled Olympic qualification out of the bag.