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Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring saw Swiss dominance

The Riding Club Babenhausen, Bavaria, Germany. Saturday 22 April. The Endurance Team Klingbeil e.V., organisers of the Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring, found The Riding Club Babenhausen after their previous events where held at Weißenhorn and Illertissen. They were convinced it was a very beautiful location for endurance riding and the April event was the third time at this location which convinced them that the location and the loops where as perfect as it could be.

Endurance World Bavaria Spring. Yellow flowers.The track had different loops: The red loop (32km) is a bit hilly but has beautiful tracks, the yellow loop (31km) is half wood and half fields, with good footing for the horses. A special loop is the blue loop (24km) which followed at the beginning the small river at Babenhausen. Orange (19km) and green Loop (13km) are shortened versions of the yellow loop.

All races from 41 km up to 160 km were catalogued as national or international events which attracted 100 combinations.

Endurance World Bavaria Spring. A rider starting a new loop.Unfortunately, only four entries for the CEI3* 160km who were all novices for this distance and all came from Switzerland. But they all finished together with an average speed of 14.87km/h for winner Jeanne Briefin (Partiba CH) with second placed Nina Good (Mylene Du Cavallon) and third placed Veronika Münger (Ups Du Cavallon) and fourth placed Angela Kunz (Mahatma A’Diamonds)

Gaby van Felten (Magdan Radja) was very dominant leading from the start in the CEI2* 120km and finished with an average speed of 17.3 km/h.
Endurance World Bavaria Spring. One of the leading riders.Christina Gorowski (Falar) worked her way nicely through the field after being in seventh position after the first loop to claim second at the finish. Third was for Leonie Schoonderwoert (Joy Mission Impossible). Simon Mayer (Ba’Lyana) came fourth but also won the Tirolar Championship.

There were only two starters in the CEIYJ2* 120km and they finished side by side with Franziska Rindlisbcher (Charissa El Manis) classified as first and Nanke Kramer (Brookleigh Faith) second.
They did the 120 km with an average speed of 15.55 km/h.

The winner of the CEI1* 80km was Tanja Hähnel (Orchide) with an average speed of 17.31 km/h.
Second place went to Veit Koppe (Priz 2) who claimed the spot just in front of Renata Vielhauer (Kara Caruso), who came third

Endurance World Bavaria Spring. Friendship during the race.Annika Nagel (Insh Allah Nazar) was never under threat for her first place in the CEIYJ1* with Luzia Zuidema (L.I. Cognac) in second.

The Championship of Switzerland will take place at this location on 14 October 2017.

Text provided by: Ursula Klingbeil

Photo Credit: Barbara Miller

 


Bavaria Spring Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI3* 160km
1stJeanne BriefinSUIPartiba CH
2ndNina GoodSUIYlene Du Cavallon
3rdVeronika MüngerSUIUps Du Cavallon
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI2* 120km
1stGaby van FeltenSUIMagdan Radja
2ndChristina GorowskiSUIFalar
3rdLeonie SchoonderwoertNEDJoy Mission Impossible
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI2YJ* 120km
1stFranziska RindlisbcherSUICharissa El Manis
2ndNanke KramerNEDBrookleigh Faith
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI1* 80km
1stTanja HähnelGEROrchide
2ndVeit Koppe GERPriz 2
3rdRenata Vielhauer SUIKara Caruso
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEIYJ1* 80km
1stAnnika NagelGERInsh Allah Nazar
2ndLuzia ZuidemaSUIL.I. Cognac
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Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring saw Swiss dominance

The Riding Club Babenhausen, Bavaria, Germany. Saturday 22 April. The Endurance Team Klingbeil e.V., organisers of the Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring, found The Riding Club Babenhausen after their previous events where held at Weißenhorn and Illertissen. They were convinced it was a very beautiful location for endurance riding and the April event was the third time at this location which convinced them that the location and the loops where as perfect as it could be.

Endurance World Bavaria Spring. Yellow flowers.The track had different loops: The red loop (32km) is a bit hilly but has beautiful tracks, the yellow loop (31km) is half wood and half fields, with good footing for the horses. A special loop is the blue loop (24km) which followed at the beginning the small river at Babenhausen. Orange (19km) and green Loop (13km) are shortened versions of the yellow loop.

All races from 41 km up to 160 km were catalogued as national or international events which attracted 100 combinations.

Endurance World Bavaria Spring. A rider starting a new loop.Unfortunately, only four entries for the CEI3* 160km who were all novices for this distance and all came from Switzerland. But they all finished together with an average speed of 14.87km/h for winner Jeanne Briefin (Partiba CH) with second placed Nina Good (Mylene Du Cavallon) and third placed Veronika Münger (Ups Du Cavallon) and fourth placed Angela Kunz (Mahatma A’Diamonds)

Gaby van Felten (Magdan Radja) was very dominant leading from the start in the CEI2* 120km and finished with an average speed of 17.3 km/h.
Endurance World Bavaria Spring. One of the leading riders.Christina Gorowski (Falar) worked her way nicely through the field after being in seventh position after the first loop to claim second at the finish. Third was for Leonie Schoonderwoert (Joy Mission Impossible). Simon Mayer (Ba’Lyana) came fourth but also won the Tirolar Championship.

There were only two starters in the CEIYJ2* 120km and they finished side by side with Franziska Rindlisbcher (Charissa El Manis) classified as first and Nanke Kramer (Brookleigh Faith) second.
They did the 120 km with an average speed of 15.55 km/h.

The winner of the CEI1* 80km was Tanja Hähnel (Orchide) with an average speed of 17.31 km/h.
Second place went to Veit Koppe (Priz 2) who claimed the spot just in front of Renata Vielhauer (Kara Caruso), who came third

Endurance World Bavaria Spring. Friendship during the race.Annika Nagel (Insh Allah Nazar) was never under threat for her first place in the CEIYJ1* with Luzia Zuidema (L.I. Cognac) in second.

The Championship of Switzerland will take place at this location on 14 October 2017.

Text provided by: Ursula Klingbeil

Photo Credit: Barbara Miller

 


Bavaria Spring Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI3* 160km
1stJeanne BriefinSUIPartiba CH
2ndNina GoodSUIYlene Du Cavallon
3rdVeronika MüngerSUIUps Du Cavallon
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI2* 120km
1stGaby van FeltenSUIMagdan Radja
2ndChristina GorowskiSUIFalar
3rdLeonie SchoonderwoertNEDJoy Mission Impossible
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI2YJ* 120km
1stFranziska RindlisbcherSUICharissa El Manis
2ndNanke KramerNEDBrookleigh Faith
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEI1* 80km
1stTanja HähnelGEROrchide
2ndVeit Koppe GERPriz 2
3rdRenata Vielhauer SUIKara Caruso
Endurance Festival Bavaria Spring. CEIYJ1* 80km
1stAnnika NagelGERInsh Allah Nazar
2ndLuzia ZuidemaSUIL.I. Cognac
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