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World Fall by European champion Thieme as a symbol for the worst German balance

21:10  14 august  2022
21:10  14 august  2022 Source:   rp-online.de

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HERNING. The equestrian sport is considered a medal guarantee, the gold of the 2021 Olympic Games is still shining. But a year later there is in dressage and jumping the worst World Cup record in equestrian history. The versatility World Cup will give hope in four and a half weeks

 André Thieme. © Friso Gentsch André Thieme.

When the single title was awarded at the World Cup in Denmark, European champion André Thieme had long left. After his spectacular fall in the failed team ranking, the jumping rider was only able to watch the television, as Marcus Ehning with Stargold on Sunday caused the best German result and rode fifth. Due to the unusual drop from his mare Chakaria, Thieme was disqualified for the individual ranking and unintentionally became the symbol of the worst World Cup balance in German equestrian history.

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Thieme flew in the high arc from his mare Chakaria and landed in front of around 10,000 spectators in the sand of the converted football stadium of FC Midtjylland. "I ended up on the floor and didn't know what happened," said the jumping rider afterwards.

The departure from the chakaria saddle was uncomfortable. "This is probably the most embarrassing moment in my life because I know who watched everything," said Thieme. After his gold coup at the European Championship, he was one of the World Cup favorites a year ago in Riesenbeck.

"You think yes, you have already experienced everything," commented national coach Otto Becker and added: "But not something like that." Of all things, the European champion flew off the horse and thus also from the rating. After all, there was still fifth place and thus the Olympic qualification. The dressage team also qualified prematurely for Paris. That was the "minimal goal" that Dennis Peiler had spent on the head of sports at the FN association. "This is important," said Peiler: "We can work towards the major event in peace."

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counted together in Herning but in jumping and in dressage only a single bronze medal through the dressage team and thus a Call as bad as never before. "In the end, the result was overgrown," said Peiler, adding: "We were spoiled for success."

on the end day no medal was not expected in a single jumping. Thieme was eliminated by his fall, Christian Ahlmann, far ago, waived a start. Marcus Ehning from Borken with Stargold and Belgium -living Jana Wargers with Limbridge reached the round of the last twelve couples on the final day and provided five and nine for a reasonably conciliatory end with places. But they were already too far behind to intervene at the very front. Ehning completed two error -free rounds on the final day, Wargers ended the World Cup with a drop and two penalty points in the last round.

Marcus Ehning spoke after fifth place with star gold of a "small satisfaction" because he received eight penalty points in the Nations Prize and contributed to the disappointing fifth place in the team ranking. "The last few days have been annoying," summed up the 48 -year -old senior in the quartet. For a better placement in the singles, "I should have ride better beforehand," said Ehning.

jumping rider EHNING starts with a drop at the WM

 jumping rider EHNING starts with a drop at the WM show jumping rider Marcus Ehning started with a drop to the World Cup in Denmark. © Friso Gentsch/dpa show jumping rider Marcus Ehning rides to star gold in training. The first rider of the German team showed a quick round with star gold in Herning, but the four penalty points for the drop are converted in additional seconds in the time jumping. The 48-year-old from Borken was the sixth rider in a field of 103 starters.

"Madness" was the World Cup conclusion from Wargers after ninth place with Limbridge. "My horse is incredibly in a good mood," enthused the World Cup debutant from her gelding. "He makes it easy for me." The fact that the rider from Emsdetten did not get forward was also due to the slow time jumping at her first World Cup on Wednesday. "We now know that we have to be faster on the first day," she said grinning.

world champion became Henrik von Eckermann from Sweden with King Edward in front of the Belgian Jerome Guery on Quel Homme and the Dutch Maikel van der Vleuten in the saddle of Beauville.

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