Frederic Wandres

London Olympia to Test Another Version of Short Grand Prix at World Cup Event

2 months ago admin Comments Off on London Olympia to Test Another Version of Short Grand Prix at World Cup Event
The London International Horse Show at Olympia will test a new Grand Prix designed to be shorter than the current version when the World Cup qualifier is staged next Monday, an update of a similar experiment at the same event a year ago. Read More

Zucchero, Oldenburg Stallion Ridden by Germany’s Frederic Wandres to World Young Horse Six-Year-Old Gold, Andreas Helgstrand Horses Silver, Bronze

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Zucchero, Oldenburg Stallion Ridden by Germany’s Frederic Wandres to World Young Horse Six-Year-Old Gold, Andreas Helgstrand Horses Silver, Bronze
ERMELO, Netherlands, Aug. 4, 2019--The World Young Horse Championships for six-year-olds was won by Zucchero, an Oldenburg stallion, ridden by Frederic Wandres of Germany with 2018 champion Revolution with Andreas Helgstrand taking silver and on Zhaplin Langholt the bronze. The third-placed horse is owned by America's Charlotte Jorst. Read More

Zucchero, Oldenburg Stallion, Wins World Young Horse Championships Six-Year-Old Preliminary Division at Ermelo

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Zucchero, Oldenburg Stallion, Wins World Young Horse Championships Six-Year-Old Preliminary Division at Ermelo
ERMELO, Netherlands, Aug. 2, 2019--Zucchero OLD, an Oldenburg stallion, was ridden by Frederic Wandres of Germany to win the World Young Horse Championships six-year-old preliminary competition Friday by a slight margin over Revolution with Andreas Helgstrand, the champion as a five-year-old. Read More

Sweden Wins Falsterbo CDIO5* Nations Cup, Germany Silver, Netherlands Bronze

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Sweden Wins Falsterbo CDIO5* Nations Cup, Germany Silver, Netherlands Bronze
FALSTERBO, Sweden, July 14, 2019--Sweden won the CDIO5* Nations Cup Sunday to give the defending champions a clear lead in the trans-Atlantic series with two events to go. Germany took silver, the Netherlands bronze and Denmark was fourth. Read More