Equine stars at CSI5* – welcome to GLOCK’s horse paradise!

Equine stars at CSI5* – welcome to GLOCK’s horse paradise!

They have their own staff to care for them and are pampered with special meals prepared freshly each day. If a muscle is stiff, the masseur is called.

They receive attention around the clock and, at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER, they even get to stroll on a red carpet. They’re stars with a worldwide reputation, but on all fours: the equine stars at GHPC.

Hello Annie and Hello M’Lady are the melodic names of two exceptional mares due to be presented by show-jumping number one in the world, Scott Brash (GBR). Like almost all of his horses, these two are made available to the twice Longines Global Champions Tour winner by Lady Pauline Kirkham and Lady Pauline Harris. Again like almost all of his horses, they bear the prefix ‘Hello’ – as it were the trademark of these British horse-riding patrons. At only nine years old, Hello M’Lady is seen as promising young blood by the Olympic winner and European champion. Eleven-year-old Hello Annie has already achieved wins at elite events like the CSI5* Monte Carlo and CSI5* Monaco.

Twice now he has achieved number one with his rider in GLOCK’s Grand Prix at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER and therefore clearly counts as one of the favourites in 2015: Argento, a 13-year-old AES stallion from Arko III, delivers a brilliant performance, with John ‘The Living Legend’ Whitaker (GBR) in the saddle, at practically every appearance in the greatest arenas in the world.

The duo’s list of successes includes not only wins in the grands prix of Hong Kong, Munich, Geesteren, Liège and Amsterdam but also countless Nations Cup achievements with the British team.

One of the sveltest yet nevertheless most determined horses in show jumping is Edwina Tops-Alexander’s mare Lintea Tequila. With her Australian rider, this twelve-year-old Holsteiner regularly earns riotous cheering and has wins including the grand prix of Doha. This duo often gains rankings in the most demanding five-star tests in the world.

Everyone who wants to get to know and experience live these and many other ridden and riding personalities should simply come from August 27th 2015 to the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER. Entrance to the sports events is free.


Industrialist Gaston Glock built the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER for his wife Kathrin and, in 2010, he handed her responsibility for achieving international positioning for this equestrian sports centre. Today not only world champions, Olympic medal holders and European champions but also international show stars are delighted to attend as guests of the Gaston and Kathrin Glock family.

GLOCK Perfection meets equestrian sport

The exclusivity and very special flair of tournaments held at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER are internationally renowned and bear the personal signature of the CEO, Kathrin Glock. Here, over a period of four days, not only equestrian sport but also a veritable world of enchantment open up to participants and visitors alike. The breathtaking design of the Riders Lounge, exquisite dining and cocktails, captivating live acts by show stars and moving contributions to charities for people and animals in need.

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