Dressage Riders

Laura Tomlinson (Bechtolsheimer)

A leading British dressage rider Laura Tomlinson-Bechtolsheimer was a member of the 2012 team gb olymic gold medal winning team. Having stared riding at only 3 years old initially preferring showjumping and eventing but as she got older she would concentrate more on dressage winning a European Pony championship silver medal at the age of 14.

Mistral Hojris - A Danish gelding born in 1995 Mistral Hojris was Laura Bechtolsheimer partner at the London olympics, winning a team gold and individual bronze, he also participated at the Beijing olympics (2008) finishing in individual 6th place

Laura Tomlinson (Bechtolsheimer)

Laura Tomlinson

Laura Tomlinson Rider

Laura Bechtolsheimer

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Goesta Asker

Winner of the Derby 1981, Swedish rider Goesta Asker who lives in England since 40 years. After having established himself on the international show jumping arenas with big success on Date Up he returned to his former home arena in Falsterbo in 1981 and won a much celebrated victory in the Derby. In recent years he was Chef d’Equipe for Sweden and led the Swedish team to it’s first Super League victory in Falsterbo 2010.

Otto Becker

Chef d’Equipe for Germany Otto Becker (born 3 December 1958) won a team Olympic Gold medal in Sydney 2000 and Bronze in Athens 2004. In Sydney 2000 he was also 4th in the individual competition. He won another team Gold medal at the European Championships in Donaueschingen 2003. He also won the World Cup Final in Leipzig 2002. All those results he gained on the fantastic Holstein stallion Cento (1989, Capitol I x Caletto II). At the World Championships in Stockholm 1990 he got a team Silver medal and was 5th in the individual competition on Pamina.

Aachen Nations Cup

The Nations Cup has been held in Aachen since 1929, with Sweden as the first winners.Winners of 1957 Germany had a veritable dream team with the superstars of that era Fritz Thiedemann, Hans Günter Winkler, Alfons Lütke Westhues and Alwin Schockemöhle!.

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