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Tomaron parte 15 conjuntos, de los cuales todos superaron el 70% y dos el 80%. En la victoria se invirtieron las dos primeras posiciones respecto a la GP, ya que quedó 2ª la también alemana Fabienne Luthemeier / DAGOSTINO (80.75%) -1ª en la GP con 74.94%-.

 

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  [caption id="attachment_28723" align="aligncenter" width="527"]Ulla Salzgeber Ulla Salzgeber[/caption] [caption id="attachment_28744" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Ulla Salzgeber  con Herzrufs Erbe Ulla Salzgeber con Herzrufs Erbe[/caption]    

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  REEM ACRA FEI WORLD CUP™ DRESSAGE 2014/2015 - Round 7 Neumünster (GER), 15 February 2015 Photo Caption: Ulla Salzgeber and Herzruf’s Erbe won the seventh leg of the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2014/2015 Western European League at Neumünster, Germany today where host-nation riders filled the top three places. (FEI/Karl Heinz Freiler) FEI Photo Catalogue: Free images for editorial purposes are available from the FEI Photo Catalogue.  
Salzgeber leads German charge at Neumünster
by Louise Parkes
 
Ulla Salzgeber and Herzruf’s Erbe led another German whitewash at the seventh leg of the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2014/2015 series on home soil in Neumünster today. At Stuttgart (GER) last November, host country riders claimed the top four finishing spots led by Fabienne Lutkemeier and D’Agostino. Today however, 25-year-old Lutkemeier had to settle for runner-up spot behind the veteran Salzgeber who has made a great comeback with the horse with which she finished third at the Reem Acra Final in Leipzig (GER) four years ago.
 
Standing third in today’s line-up was Isabell Werth who was more than pleased with the improving performances of El Santo NRW, but it was a tough day at the office for Hans Peter Minderhoud from The Netherlands. A breakdown in the sound system meant he had to halt his performance while his musical score was restored to working order. However, last to go in the 15-strong line-up, he demonstrated his consummate professionalism by resuming from where he left off to finish a close fourth with Glock’s Flirt.
 
Battle for places
 
With only two further qualifying opportunities remaining, the battle for places at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in Las Vegas in April is in full swing. And for German riders the fight is even tougher because so many of them are well-placed to make the cut, but there is an entry limit of just three from each country.
 
As today’s competition evolved, Finland’s Terhi Stegars was the one to beat in the early stages, having posted a strong score of 77.600 with her popular stallion Axis TSF. This pair are always a big hit wherever they go, but they need points to be in with a chance of making it to the Final. Finishing 11th in yesterday’s Grand Prix things weren’t looking too optimistic, but they threw down a super performance today in front of a crowd who know them very well.
 
“I live now in Luxembourg, but it feels like coming home!” said 40-year-old Stegars who had no fears about competing in the intense atmosphere  of the Neumünster ring.
 
“My Axis doesn’t mind it at all” she said. “I rode him here for the first time when he was three, that was 13 years ago, and his first show ever. I did my professional riders degree here, so people around here know me since I was young. I’ve been gone for a number of years, so it’s nice to come back and show what we have learned together!” she said.
 
Surpassed
 
It came down to the final five before her score was surpassed by yesterday’s Grand Prix winners, Lutkemeier and D’Agostino, who posted the first mark over 80 per cent, at the end of an elegant and balanced test that put 80.775 on the scoreboard. Fellow-countrywoman, Isabell Werth, followed with her usual flourish to slot in behind that with 79.850 with El Santo NRW and then Salzgeber set sail to raise the bar even higher.
 
Herzruf’s Erbe’s career has been interrupted more than once by injury, and he spent 11 months on field-rest before returning to the competition ring at the end of 2013. But this indoor season, the chestnut horse has rallied brilliantly, finishing third and then fourth at the Reem Acra qualifiers in Lyon (FRA) and Odense (DEN) last October before winning both the Grand Prix and Freestyle in Frankfurt (GER) in December. “After Frankfurt I was hoping we can win a bit more, and today I would have been very happy to just finish in the top three!Salzgeber said after posting 82.775 which would not be bettered.
 
There were still two to go however, and the penultimate partnership of Hoennerups Driver and Anna Kasprzak from Denmark made a big impression with a lovely test. His rider put the quality 11-year-old Danish-bred gelding through an uncomplicated floorplan that demonstrated lightness, calmness and natural rhythm along with some glorious extended trot suggesting huge future potential. Their score of 78.300 placed them fourth, but, they dropped one spot to fifth after Dutchman, Minderhoud, brought the competition to a close.
 
So consistent
 
Talking about her winning ride, Salzgeber said “his highlight is that he is so consistent, he’s not looking around, he is with me and that gives you control so you can ride every exercise like you want it”. She has decided however, that she will not campaign the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage circuit any further with Herzruf’s Erbe. “At this stage I’m in seventh place on the leaderboard but he is 16 years old now and, for the sake of his welfare, I think it’s best to stop the World Cup qualifiers to be fair to him. The European Championships will be our next target” Salzgeber explained.
 
Runner-up, Lutkemeier, said of her test today, “there was a little mistake in the flying change after extended canter but my horse was more settled than yesterday and really focused, so I am very pleased with him.”
Isabell Werth was delighted with her third place finish. “I’m really happy and really proud that the first three places went to Germany today, and I’m very happy that I got an improved score from Amsterdam!” she said. Talking about El Santo NRW she continued,  “he had a long break of about five months from international competition so I’m really happy that we are on our way back and our scores are close to what they used to be. Today was a good experience, so we will go to Gothenburg now”.
 
Indeed Gothenburg in Sweden presents the penultimate qualifying opportunity for riders in the Western European League in two weeks’ time, as the pressure for one of the coveted places at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2015 Final nears boiling point.
 
For further information on the seventh leg of the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2014/2015 seres at Neumuenster, Germany visit http://reitturnier-neumuenster.de or contact Press Officer Andreas Kerstan, Email Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo." target="_blank">andreas.kerstan@comtainment.de, Tel +49 4307 872 973.
 
The next leg of the series takes place at Gothenburg, Sweden on Saturday 28 February 2015. For information on the Swedish fixture check out website www.gothenburghorseshow.com or contact Press Officer Mayvor Thorin, Email Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo." target="_blank">mayvor-thorin@gotevent.se, Tel +46705 828420.
 
Result: 1, Herzrufs Erbe (Ulla Salzgeber) GER 82.775 2, DAgostino (Fabienne Lutkemeier) GER 80.775; 3, El Santo NRW (Isabell Werth) GER 79.850; 4, Glocks Flirt (Hans Peter Minderhoud) NED 79.825; 5, Hoennerups Driver (Anna Kasprzak) DEN 78.300; 6, Axis TSF (Terhi Stegars) FIN 77.600; 7, Painted Black (Morgan Barbancon Mestre) ESP 77.075; 8, Di Lapponia T (Paulinda Friberg) SWE 76.600; 9, Girasol 7 (Nadine Capellman) GER 76.275; 10, Deveraux B (Carola Koppelmann) GER 76.125; 11, Uzzo (Patrick van der Meer) NED 75.400; 12, Fleetwood (Malin Hamilton) SWE 72.750; 13, Grossos Gentle (Ellen Schulten-Baumer) GER 72.350; 14, After You (Ludovic Henry) FRA 72.175; 15, Vancouver K (Judy Reynolds) IRL 71.575.
 
Detailed result here
 
Facts and Figures:
 
The VR Classics at Neumunster, Germany staged the seventh leg of the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2014/2015 Western European League series today.
 
The members of the Ground Jury were: At E, Katrina Wuest, At H, D Evi Eisenhardt, At C, Eduard de Wolff van Westerrode, At M, Leif Tornblad, At B Marietta Almasy.
 
German riders Ulla Salzgeber (Herzruf’s Erbe), Fabienne Lutkemeier (D’Agostino) and Isabell Werth (El Santo NRW) filled the top three places.
 
Todays winning rider, 56-year-old Ulla Salzgeber, previously won back-to-back FEI World Cup™ Dressage titles in 2001 and 2002 with the legendary Rusty.
 
Salzgeber also finished third at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final with Herzrufs Erbe at Leipzig, Germany in 2011.
 
Fourth place went to The Netherlands Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glock’s Flirt whose Freestyle was disrupted when his musical score failed during his test.
 
There are two further qualifying legs left to run in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2014/2015 Western European League - at Gothenburg, Sweden on 28 February and at s-Hertogenbosch (NED) on 14 March.
 
The series Final will take place in Las Vegas, USA from 15-19 April.
 
Quotes:
 
Ulla Salzgeber GER: “He (Herzruf’s Erbe) rode his first show again in November 2013 and he’s been on his way back over the last year”.
 
Fabienne Lutkemeier GER: “Next for him (D’Agostino) is Dortmund, then I will take Qui Vincit Dynamis and Diamonds Forever to Den Bosch.”
 
Isabell Werth GER: “Las Vegas is not the target for my first horse, Bella Rose. The European Championships is the big plan for her this year. She’s only 11 and I don’t want to make her nervous or confused by going indoors now. We did it right last year (ahead of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy where Werth and Bella Rose were on the gold medal winning German team).
 
Terhi Stegars FIN: Talking about her experience in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Western European League this season - “I’ve had quite a nice time on the circuit but my goal was not to do it for long because I got married just before the start of the World season and Las Vegas was never my goal. But now we hope for the best!”
  Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Press Kit The comprehensive online press kit, which contains the series’ calendar, competition schedule, simplified rules, history, list of entries with a link to the riders biographies page along with photographs of Reem Acra’s Fall 2015 ready-to-wear and bridal collections, can be viewed in the FEI Press Kit zone www.feipresskits.org. The document can also be downloaded in PDF format. Environmentally-conscious media wishing only to print selected sections of the press kit can choose the “page selection” option in their PDF software.   Reem Acra FEI Hub http://fei.org/fei/sponsors/reem-acra-and-fei gives access to extensive information about the series.   FEI World Cup™ Dressage, the only worldwide series in this discipline, is now in its 29th season. The series, created in 1985, comprises four leagues: Western European, Central European, North American (including Canada) and Pacific (Australia, New Zealand, Asia). Each FEI World Cup™ Dressage qualifier consists of a Grand Prix test, which in turn is a qualification for the Freestyle to Music competition, where league points are accumulated towards places in the Final. Judged on both technical and artistic merit, the FEI World Cup™ Dressage combines art, sport and partnership between horse and rider at the highest level and consistently proves a winning formula with audiences all over the world.   The complete rules, calendar, updated ranking and results are available here  

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