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Dani and Lizziemary Triumph in Berlin As Ludger Qualifies for LGCT Super Grand Prix


Photo: LGCT / Stefano Grasso

Dani G Waldman (ISR) and Lizziemary scooped their second LGCT Grand Prix win of 2019 in spectacular style in Berlin producing one of only two double clears on her “incredible” horse in the prestigious competition presented by Tennor.

With Dani already qualified for the LGCT Super Grand Prix at the GC Prague Playoffs in November the golden ticket went to a delighted Ludger Beerbaum (GER) who finished second in today’s big class on Cool Feeling to the delight of the home crowd. Dani admitted that her earlier win in Shanghai meant the pressure was off today to qualify for the GC Playoffs at Prague’s O2 Arena. 

She was full of praise for her ultra-consistent chestnut mare, Lizziemary: “I like to think she’s one of the best in the world. She tries so hard and there isn’t a single day that she doesn’t lay it all out. The only time that I don’t do well is if I screw up, so as long as I do a good job she’s always there for me. It’s a privilege to ride her and she’s an amazing animal. Every time I go out there, she’s unbelievable.”

Ludger Beerbaum decided in the warm-up that he would go for a steady clear for second place and his ticket to Prague, but by the time he had walked down to the ring, he had changed his mind and decided to try to challenge Dani. He said: “If someone this morning would have said to me that I’d win the qualifier and come second in the grand prix then I would have signed straight away,” said Beerbaum. “The peak is qualification for Prague, and respect to Danielle as she really deserved to win today. But it’s like taking an old dog to the hunt again; you smell a bit of blood and you kind of get really excited and that’s how I feel.”  

Jan Tops, Founder and President of Longines Global Champions Tour praised the course-building, saying: “I am very happy that all four riders here all qualified for the LGCT Super Grand Prix in November which is a very prestigious class. Pieter Devos is still in the lead of the ranking but everything is still possible to the end and that is what every top sport dreams of.The beauty of our circuit is that everything is still open on the rankings. We keep the tension and everything is still so exciting until as late as possible.”

Pieter Devos (BEL) has the LGCT ranking lead on 249 points and is 17 points ahead of Daniel Deusser (GER) with Ben Maher (GBR) in third on 224 points.

Volker Wulff, of Berlin Equestrian Events said: "Frank Rothenberger did a really good job again. It was really good to have that kind of sport we saw today and the crowd loved it very much.”

Six riders of the 33 starters managed to pull off clear rounds inside the time over Frank Rothenberger’s twisting, delicate and intriguing track in the Sommergarten in the German capital. The course of 13 obstacles, with 16 jumping efforts, saw problems evenly spread around the egg-shaped arena, with the skinny plank atop the first part of the double turning away from the in-gate causing the most faults and the curving lines necessitated by the arena’s oval shape prompting some inventive riding.

First round

The first round claimed some high profile scalps, with poles falling generously, even for some seasoned combinations. A third of the field had already jumped before Harry Charles (GBR) produced the first clear inside the time. Bassem Mohammed (QAT) and Bart Bles (NED)  both cleared all the fences, but couldn’t make the time, so agonisingly missed out on the jump-off.

A whole host of riders lowered one rail, including the series rankings leader Pieter Devos (BEL), Kevin Staut (FRA), Kent Farrington (USA), Olivier Phillippaerts (BEL) and Gerco Schroder (NED).

Time was again influential and costly, with three riders finishing on five faults: Leopold van Asten (NED), Markus Brinkmann (GER) and Kim Emmen (NED).

The course was a real five-star test, with some superb horses languishing well down the order, and three combinations, including Harrie Smolders (NED) with the mighty Don VHP Z N.O.P., retired.

Jump Off

Harry Charles (GBR) - who has qualified for the LGCT Grand Prix in every show he has ridden at this season - was the first to go. He and Borsato tried the brave inside six strides but lowered the black and white GC vertical and the last fence to finish on eight faults in 39.10 seconds.

Next in was home rider Christian Ahlmann (GER), a previous winner here back in 2017 and second last year. He and Take A Chance On Me Z started confidently, but clattered through the top rail of the double turning away from the in-gate, even though the lightweight plank had been replaced by a pole for the jump-off. They finished on four faults, but in a speedy time of 38.56 seconds. 

Nicola Philippaerts (BEL) was hoping to challenge for the top step of the podium riding Katanga v.H Dingeshof. The neat and nimble horse’s quick feet helped him out with some of the tricky distances. But they came unstuck when the horse couldn’t quite reach the back rails of two of the oxers and landed on them both to finish on eight faults in 41.63 seconds, which put them behind Harry Charles.

Frank Schustert (NED) was looking for a podium place - and a ticket to the Playoffs as qualification time is running out - with Queensland E, but after climbing over the first part of the tricky double at 8b, the distance was just took great and they took down the second part to finish on four faults in 40.68, the slowest of the four-faulters.

Dani was the first to produce a clear round on the powerful and careful Cabri D’Elle daughter Lizziemary, with a tight roll-back, a heart-felt leap from the mare at the double and a proper gallop to the last fence. They clocked a time of 39.46 seconds.

It was all down to the last to jump, Ludger Beerbaum (GER). Cool Feeling answered every question asked of him, and was faster than Dani right up until the final metres of the course. But although all the jumps stayed up, Ludger broke the beam a third of a second slower than the eventual winner, in 39.81 seconds.

Another day of five-star action from Berlin on Sunday before the tour moves on to London for the 14th show of the season next weekend.


Current 2019 LGCT Rankings After 13 Rounds


Pieter Devos

249 pts


Daniel Deusser

232 pts


Ben Maher

224 pts




GCL 2019


Press Release: Giants Seize First-Ever GCL Win but Celtics hold Ranking Lead


Photo: GCL / Stefano Grasso 

Hamburg Giants claimed their first-ever GCL victory in a knife edge competition where they faced down serious combat from some of the top squads in the 2019 team championship race.

Home city team Berlin Eagles put up a valiant fight, backed by fantastic support from the packed grandstands, but could not keep a grip on their overnight zero score and had to settle for second place on the podium.

It was an electrifying competition going right down to the wire with spectators holding their breath until the final rider of the final team. Winning team rider Titouan Schumacher (FRA) said: “It was really fantastic. It is amazing win today, I am really happy.” Teammate Bart Bles (NED) said: “It was close but we just had to be clear and I am really happy today.”

Miami Celtics stay on top of the overall ranking on 235 points slightly extending their advantage over Shanghai Swans sitting four points behind on 231. London Knights, who were unable to convert their overnight lead into a win today, are breathing down their necks in third on 228 points. St Tropez Pirates are also on 228 points but in fourth as the Knights have more wins under their belt. The Giants win moved the team up the ranking into 12th place.

Fans were packed around the compact sand arena in Berlin’s Sommergarten, filling not just the grandstands but the grassy banks to enjoy the sunshine and the gentle breeze. The world’s top horses were enjoying the air conditioned stables and warm up arena and the stage was set for a scintillating afternoon of top sport with incredibly tight margins in the 13th leg of the GCL series.

Frank Rothenberger’s 1.55m / 1.60m course would test the mettle of the best with some sharp riding needed over the sensitive triple combination and the Longines double near the end before the tall vertical to finish. Every result counts in the GCL with the first four teams at the finals in New York in September fast tracking to the semi finals of the GCL Super Cup at the GC Prague Playoffs two months later.  So the pressure was on in Berlin and team tactics were intensely discussed the night before. 

Madrid In Motion
Last year’s GCL Super Cup winners were shrugging with a GCL Round 1 score of 12 points and Michael G Duffy (IRE), riding Lapuccino 2, wanted to make up lost ground. But he picked up four faults at one of the challenging oxers and one time fault as well.
Teammate Maikel van der Vleuten (NED) riding Beauville Z was determined to secure a clear and worked hard to the last fence fulfilling his goal and leaving the team on a total of 17 faults.

Chantilly Pegasus
The team started GCL R2 with 12 faults hanging over them from the first round and Roger-Yves Bost (FRA) and. Castleforbes Talitha were fast but clocked up another four faults. 
Constant van Paesschen (BEL) and Verdi Treize cut inside to the GC Prague Playoffs vertical and just made it over the yellow and red oxer but his luck did not hold and the combination lost balance in the first two parts of the triple combination for 8 faults leaving the team on 24 in total.

Doha Falcons
Started on 8 faults from the first round and Bassem Mohammed (QAT) and Gunder looked off to a good start but kicked off the back rail of the final part of triple combination and picked up a time fault.
Youngster Mike Kawai (JPN) and Celvin looked set for a clear but at the end of the track he had the first part of the Longines double combination and then a refusal in the second element leaving him on 10 faults with item penalties and the team on 24 in total.

Valkenswaard United
One of the strongest teams since the launch of the GCL, Valkenswaard United are struggling to find top form and Alberto Zorzi (ITA) and Ulane de Coquerie were unsettled and had the first and second part of the triple combination down for 8.
The squad switched players for R2 with Frank Schuttert (NED) replacing Edward Levy and it paid off with the young Dutchman delivering an efficient clear on Queensland E leaving them on 16 in total but still way down the leaderboard.

Cannes Stars
Cannes Stars were another of the teams on 8 faults from the first round and the hugely experienced Margie Goldstein-Engle (USA) and Dicas put in a lively round and produced a superb clear.
But Karel Cox (BEL) had a round to forget taking four faults at the GCL oxer before more poles tumbled in the triple combination leaving him on a score of 12 faults and the team on a total of 20 and out of contention.

Scandinavian Vikings

Leopold van Asten (NED) and VDL Groep Miss Untouchable looked smooth and impressive from the start and polished off a clear round to make up for his 8 faults in the first round.
But Christian Ahlmann (GER) and Take A Chance on Me Z had a few pole rubs around the track before the first part of Longines double combination fell for four faults - ending Christian’s faultless record at the LGCT Berlin events. The team finished on 12.

Shanghai Swans
Second place in the overall ranking Shanghai Swans clocked up 8 faults in the first round and fielded U25 Kim Emmen (NED) instead of Pius Schwizer.  Kim and Teavanta II C Z were lucky at the Brandenburg Gate wall after tapping a brick. and despite tapping pole at the vertical of the Longines double combination they went clear but with a time fault.
Daniel Deusser (GER) and Jasmien v Bisschop did not fare so well and had a frustrating pole down at the very first fence, the wooden oxer, for 4 faults with the team finishing on 13 and down the order.

Monaco Aces
Julien Epaillard (FRA) and Usual Suspect d’Auge came out of sync early on and struggled to stay on track to the GCL oxer hitting the poles for 4 and adding more faults at the double combination to finish on 8.
Marlon Monolo Zanotelli (BRA) and Koddac van het Indihof were off in quick time to keep ahead of their nearest rivals and got some great angles but suffered 4 faults at the blue Brandenburg Gate wall leaving them on a bruising total of 20.

Miami Celtics
The series leaders needed to keep their advantage and made a tactical team change substituting William Whitaker (GBR) for Shane Breen (IRE) to try and keep them on 4 from the first round. Harry Charles (GBR) led the charge on ABC Quantum Cruise but picked up four faults at the middle part of the triple combination.
Breen rode Ipswich van de Wolfsakker with the horse suited to the smaller arena and was on course for a well-well-deserved clear until a crushing blow at the final fence as the pole rolled leaving the team on a total of 12.

New York Empire
Team owner and rider Georgina Bloomberg piloted the 11-year-old bay Chameur 137 to an impressive clear round and were one of only a few combinations to deliver a double clear in the GCL Berlin.
The team substituted Daniel Bluman (ISR) for Scott Brash (GBR) riding Hello M’Lady. Brash and the 13-year-old appeared to go clear until Hello M’Lady hooked the pole on the final fence with one hind leg and picked up 4 faults as elation turned to frustation the team finshing on 8 in total and 5th place.

St Tropez Pirates
With the team in the top tier of the overall ranking they were taking no chances and decided on a tactical change. Dani G Waldman (ISR)  and Lizziemary went first and had a few lucky breaks but finished clear.
Pieter Devos (BEL) switched horses from Apart to Jade v Bisschop but the pressure was on and the pair picked up an unusual 4 faults at the first element of the triple combination. Devos hit the accelerator to make up critical time and it paid off leaving them on 8 in total but in 129.47 finishing in third place.

Prague Lions
Starting on 4 faults from the first round Prague Lions opted for some strategic changes. The team replaced Gerco Schroder (NED) with Niels Bruynseels (BEL) . Marco Kutscher (GER) kicked off their second round challenge with a change of horse to Chades of Blue but were too close to the final fence and hit the top pole for 4.
On form Niels Bruynseels and Delux van T & L looked strong from the off and powered around the track putting in a crucial clear to leave the team on a total of 8 faults in 6th place behind New York Empire on time.

Hamburg Giants
With only 4 faults from R1 the Giants were in with a strong chance to overturn their record and get on the podium.
Titouan Schumacher (FRA) and Atome Z took it steady to stay clear but still managed to put in an impressive time and fault free.
Bart Bles (NED) again was taking no chances and knew they needed great teamwork to keep it clear. He took it carefully but made up time saving some strides before delivering the magical clear to leave them as the only team so far on 4 faults in total and into the lead - the only team to finish with their overnight score intact.

Berlin Eagles
The home city team had the luxury of starting with a clean sheet and were fresh from their win at the previous leg. Applause rippled around the full grandstands and grass banks around the arena.
But Christian Kukuk (GER) and Limoncello NT had the back rail of yellow oxer down and cranked up the speed but had the first part of the Longines double combination down for a total of 8 ending their hopes of a back to back victory.
Ludger Beerbaum (GER) was under pressure to be clear and fast. Riding Casello again he did just that producing a masterful, perfectly pitched clear round for a total score of 8 but fast in 129.35 and into second place ahead of the Pirates.

London Knights
It was all to play for and London Knights just had to hold on to their precious zero score from R1.
There was a tactical switch from Martin Fuchs (SUI) to Olivier Philippaerts (BEL). Olivier brought in some serious horsepower in the name of H&M Legend of Love but picked up 4 at the DKB oxer almost on a slalom run into the fence and just avoiding a refusal.
With the Giants watching anxiously from the warm up arena, it was twin brother Nicola Philippaerts and Katanga v H Dingeshof left to chase a clear and in good time.  It was a robust effort but the middle of the triple combination fell for 4. The Knights finished on 8 in 129.60 in 4th place - missing out on the podium by only 0.13s.

The GCL action shifts to London next week and the stunning venue of Royal Hospital Chelsea for the 14th leg of the team series as the race to the finals and the Playoffs


presented by TENNOR
Rating class for Longines Global Champions Tour 2019 
Jumping Competition with jump off, international
Height: 1,60m
1. 533 Lizziemary Dani G. Waldman ISR   0 69.63 sec 0 39.46 sec
  F / 13y. / S / AES / Cabri d'Elle / Acord II / 104PB80 / Dani G. WALDMAN,The Golden Group   99.000,00 EUR
2. 518 Cool Feeling Ludger Beerbaum GER   0 68.45 sec 0 39.81 sec
  B / 11y. / RHEIN / Cornado NRW / Lancer II / 104VE51 / Madeleine Winter-Schulze   60.000,00 EUR
3. 591 Take A Chance On Me Z Christian Ahlmann GER   0 69.83 sec 4 38.56 sec
  B / 10y. / Taloubet Z / Aldatus Z / 104ND67 / Stoeterij Zangersheide   45.000,00 EUR
4. 512 Queensland E Frank Schuttert NED   0 67.60 sec 4 40.68 sec
  B / 10y. / ZANG / Quickfire de Ferann / Socrate de Chivre / 104VI50 / Kotayab Aldugri   30.000,00 EUR
5. 588 Borsato Harry Charles GBR   0 69.99 sec 8 39.10 sec
  B / 13y. / KWPN / Contendro I / Nijinski / 104FN88 / Heathcroft Farm   18.000,00 EUR
6. 553 Katanga v.H Dingeshof Nicola Philippaerts BEL   0 67.89 sec 8 41.63 sec
  B / 9y. / S / BWP / Cardento 933 / Tornedo FCS / 105MK06 / Team Philippaerts   13.500,00 EUR
7. 531 Gunder Bassem Mohammed QAT   1 72.89 sec    
  B / 13y. / BWP / Thunder v. Zuuthoeve / Randel Z / 103RV97 / Qatar Equestrian Federation   9.000,00 EUR
8. 577 Kriskras DV Bart Bles NED   1 73.66 sec    
  B / 9y. / 105NK40 / Devos Stables BVBA   7.500,00 EUR
9. 519 For Joy van't Zorgvliet HDC Kevin Staut FRA   4 66.46 sec    
  B / 14y. / BWP / For Pleasure / Heartbreaker / 103FU67 / Haras Des Coudrettes   6.000,00 EUR
10. 501 H&M Legend Of Love Olivier Philippaerts BEL   4 67.60 sec    
  SCHI / 13y. / S / DSP / Landzauber / Corgraf / 103KW09 / Team Philippaerts   6.000,00 EUR
11. 571 Lucifer V Nayel Nassar EGY   4 67.78 sec    
  B / 13y. / WESTF / Lord Pezi / Grandeur / 104EN75 / Evergate Stables LLC   3.000,00 EUR
12. 513 Apart Pieter Devos BEL   4 68.06 sec    
  F / 14y. / KWPN / Larino / Burggraaf / 103IV19 / Devos Stables   3.000,00 EUR

Total: 300.000,00 EUR

Other, non-placed competitors

13. 528 Chades Of Blue Marco Kutscher GER   4 68.11 sec    
  DB / 11y. / S / OS / Chacco-Blue / Diamant de Semilly / 104XD74 / Bock,Holger    
14. 504 Austria 2 Kent Farrington USA   4 68.45 sec    
  B / 11y. / S / HOLST / Casall / Corrado I / 104BQ96 / Take The High Road,LLC    
15. 590 Beauville Z Maikel van der Vleuten NED   4 69.19 sec    
  B / 9y. / ZANG / Bustique / Jumpy Des Fontaines / 105FS95 / Marta Ortega Perez    
16. 550 Davino Q Gerco Schröder NED   4 69.99 sec    
  B / 11y. / KWPN / Vingino / Monaco / 104EU33 / Valeria Sokolova    
17. 525 VDL Groep Miss Untouchable Leopold van Asten NED   5 71.44 sec    
  B / 12y. / S / OLDBG / Chacco-Blue / Aldatus / 104PX36 / Stoeterij Duyselshof B.V.    
18. 580 Pikeur Dylon Markus Brinkmann GER   5 71.46 sec    
  B / 12y. / HOLST / Diamant de Semilly / Carry / 103YO36 / Brinkmann,Wolfgang    
19. 565 Teavanta II C Z Kim Emmen NED   5 73.48 sec    
  B / 14y. / S / ZANG / Treasure / Ahorn / 103ZZ96 / Piet COPPES,Eric Berkhof Paarden BV    
20. 559 Jasmien v. Bisschop Daniel Deusser GER   8 66.83 sec    
  SCHI / 10y. / S / BWP / Larino / Chin Chin / 105BJ63 / Stephex Stables    
21. 548 Ipswich van de Wolfsakker Shane Breen IRL   8 70.31 sec    
  F / 11y. / BWP / Carembar de Muze / Quick Star / 104OJ78 / Breen Equestrian,Jos Lansink Horses    
22. 507 Lapuccino 2 Michael G Duffy IRL   8 70.57 sec    
  SCHIS / 11y. / ISH / Livello / 104FD99 / Carl Hanley Sporthorses GmbH    
23. 554 Castleforbes Talitha Roger Yves Bost FRA   8 70.85 sec    
  B / 12y. / S / HANN / Cardenio / Baloubet du Rouet / 104KC64 / Georgina FORBES    
24. 520 RMF Cadeau de Muze William Whitaker GBR   9 71.57 sec    
  B / 11y. / SBS / Nabab de Reve / Almeo / 103XL12 / Rushy Marsh Farm LLC    
25. 523 Chameur 137 Georgina Bloomberg USA   9 72.02 sec    
  B / 11y. / WESTF / Cayetano L / Grossadmiral / 104WC44 / Purple Road,LLC    
26. 562 Hello M'Lady Scott Brash GBR   9 72.10 sec    
  B / 13y. / S / BWP / Indoctro / Baloubet du Rouet / 103JN86 / Lady P. Kirkham    
27. 516 Koddac van het Indihof Marlon Modolo Zanotelli BRA   12 70.59 sec    
  B / 9y. / BWP / Copperfield von der Held 2106 / Toulon / 105EV86 / Baert    
28. 581 Delux van T & L Niels Bruynseels BEL   12 70.91 sec    
  B / 10y. / SBS / Toulon / Landetto / 104TT43 / Global One Horses Ltd.    
29. 511 Kingston van het Eikenhof Emanuele Gaudiano ITA   12 84.47 sec    
  F / 9y. / BWP / Epleaser van T Heike / Alexis Z / 105YV62 / C.A.M.vd Oetelaar,Equita KFT    
30. 538 Calandra Marcel Marschall GER   13 71.97 sec    
  B / 12y. / S / KWPN / Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve / Lemmod / 103MH88 / Lutta Gian-Battista    
  549 A Crazy Son Of Lavina Finja Bormann GER   RT      
  B / 13y. / ZFDP / Azzuro Classico 2 / Lavall I / 104QH26 / Elmgestüt Drei Eichen GmbH    
  536 Don VHP Z N.O.P. Harrie Smolders NED   RT      
  15y. / ZANG / Diamant de Semilly / Voltaire / 102SO78 / Copernicus Stables LLC    
  573 Atome Z Titouan Schumacher FRA   RT      
  B / 12y. / ZANG / Amadeus Z*Brimbelles / Toulon / 103VC62 / Haras Des Brimbelles



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