World record for Isabell Werth in Stuttgart

World record for Isabell Werth in Stuttgart

An emotional Isabell Werth (36) received the ovations of the crowd at the Stuttgart Masters when she was honoured with the first prize for the Grand Prix in which she scored a new world record of 79,958% riding Satchmo. “I am simply overwhelmed and very happy”, Isabell said. “Now is the time to be happy that Satchmo has showed that we were right, to put our faith in him.”

Freestyle-win Hubertus Schmidt

The last competitor in the Freestyle on Saturday was not the least. Hubertus Schmidt did win the Freestyle scoring 79,550 %.“As this is my first win in Stuttgart, I am really very happy”, Hubertus Schmidt said, “the more because I have competed here for several years already, have been winning some prices yet, but never have been the winner! This is the nicer as I brought my own bred Forest Gump now for this first Stuttgart-win!”

Andreas Helgstrand wins Grand Prix

Danish Andreas Helgstrand did win the Grand Prix riding experienced Blue Horse Cavan on Friday after a wonderful and easy-looking test with a lot of impulsion, swing and freeness. (71,833%).

In 2004, Beatriz Ferrer Salat (ESP) with Beauvalais at the Stuttgart CDI, won both the Grand Prix (74,042%) and the Grand Prix Kür to Music (79,350%).

Results (20.11.05)

CDI – Stuttgart
Grand Prix for Special

1. Isabell Werth – Satchmo – 79,958 % (World Record)
2. Nadine Capellmann – Elvis VA – 76,917% (Ger)
3. Martin Schaudt – Weltall VA – 75,708 % (Ger)
4. Silvia Iklé – Salieri CH – 74,792 % (Sui)
5. Heike Kemmer – Bonaparte – 74,625 % (Ger)
6. Ellen Schulten Baumer – Lesotho – 74,250 % (Ge)
7. Andreas Helgstrand – Blue Hors Don Schufro – 73,458 % (Den)
8. Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff – Wahajama – 72,292 % (Ger)
9. Hubertus Schmidt – Come Back II – 70,625 % (Ger)
10. Nathalie Wittgenstein – Rigoletto – 70,167 % (Den)

Grand Prix Kür

1. Hubertus Schmidt – Forest Gump NRW – 79,550% (Ger)
2. Andreas Helgstrand – Blue Hors Cavan – 78,225% (Den)
3. Elena Kalinina – Royal Black Label – 77,700% (Rus)
4. Ellen Schulten Baumer – Donatha – 75,775% (Ger)
5. Lone Jorgensen – Ludewig G – 75,400% (Den)
6/ Martin Schaudt – Loesdaus Loriot – 74,375% (Ger)
7. Nadine Capellmann – Zancor – 73,800% (Ger)
8. Isabell Werth – Warum Nicht FRH – 73,650% (Ger)
9. Marie Line Wettstein – Le Primeur – 73,525% (Sui)
10. Carola Koppelmann – Le Bo – 72,725% (Ger)

Grand Prix

1. Andreas Helgstrand – Blue Hors Cavan – 71,833 % (Den)
2. Ellen Schulten Baumer – Donatha S – 70,958 % (Ger)
3. Lone Jorgensen – Ludewig G – 70,833 % (Den)
4. Hubertus Schmidt – Forest Gump NRW – 70,792 % (Ger)
5. Elena Kalinina – Royal Black Label – 70,375 % (Rus)
6. Isabell Werth – Warum Nicht FRH – 69,667 % (Ger)
7. Carola Koppelmann – Le Bo – 69,333 % (Ger)
8. Martin Schaudt – Loesdaus Loriot – 69,250 % (Ger)
9. Nadine Capellmann – Zancor – 68,833 % (Ger)
10. Marie Line Wettstein – Le Primeur – 68,625 % (Sui)

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