Hoermann (Schwanewede) / Lil Ruf Cody
28-year-old professional trainer has been showing reining horses
since 1995. He
operates the renowned Flachsberg
Ranch in Schwanewede close to Bremen.
Nico won numerous Bronze Trophies, was NRHA Breeders Futurity
Finalist 2003 in Kreuth and Messe Cup Champion at the Pferd und
Jagd exhibition in Hannover.
He is German Champion reining and won three out of five CRIs this
horse is Lil Ruf Cody, a 6-year-old Quarter Horse stallion bred
by Ed & Nancy Pickett and owned by Rolf & Monika Reinschmidt.
He is by Lil Ruf Peppy (by Peppy San Badger) out of Miss
Barbie Codypine (by Mr Barbie Cody Jac). The stallion was third
in the Kansas Open Futurity, sixth at the Congress Open Futurity,
NRBC Open Novice Champion, NRHA Open Derby Champion (Georgia),
AQHA Senior Reining Champion in Leipzig
Ludwig (Bitz) / Coeur D Wright Stuff
32-year-old professional trainer operates a successful training
facility in Bitz. Grischa was German Champion Reining twice (2001
and 2004), several times European Champion and DQHA Futurity /
Maturity Champion. He also won numerous Bronze Trophies. He won
the CRI iun Dortmund
astride Coeur D Wright Stuff.
D Wright Stuff is a Quarter Horse stallion owned by Roy de Bruin
(NED). The sorrel is by Lenas Wright On (by Smart Little Lena)
out of Mist N Smoke (by Doc Tom Tucker). He was NRHA Futurity
Open Finalist and 2002 NRHA Futurity Limited Open Champion, Derby
Reserve Champion Intermediate Open, Congress Junior Reining Champion,
fifth at the 2003 AQHA World Show and Americana Limited Open Reserve
Champion. His lifetime earning are more than USD 40 000,--. He
also won numerous bronze trophies.
Ripper (Fahrenbach-Fürth) / Solanoswarleeboy
25-year-old trainer operates a successful training and breeding
facility in Fahrenbach. Alexander is the youngest member of the
team, but has been very successful. He was 2002 German Champion
European Champion (FEI),
both individual and team, Limited Open Res. Champion 2003 and
NRHA Bronze Trophy Open year end champion. During the 2005 European
Championship at Manerbio he won silver with the team.
horse is Solanoswarlee Boy, a 15-year-old palomino Quarter Horse
stallion owned by Alexander’s father Georg Ripper. With this stallion,
Ripper became German and European Champion. The palomino is by
Docowarlee (by Doc O`Lena)
out of Frosty Solano (by Doc´s Solano) and was bred by Claudia
Brunner. He was several times bronze trophy champion, NRHA Bronze
Trophy year end champion 2004, NRHA Novice Horse Open Res. Year
end champion and Limited Open Champion.
Maik Bartmann (Osthofen) / BV Smart Innuendo
Maik Bartmann operates the renowned Vineyard Ranch in Osthofen.
He is a professional trainer and also an experienced AQHA and
NRHA judge. He won several bronze trophies, became team European
where he placed 11th in individual ranking and was
third at the 2003 German Championship.
horse BV Smart Innuendo is the only mare in the
team. She is seven years old and was bred by her owner Jutta Weckmüller.
The Quarter Horse mare is by Puro Chic (by
Smart Chic Olena) out of Smooth Suzie Lynx (by The King
Lynx). She was fifth at the 2002 NRHA Breeders Futurity SBH
and NRHA Breeders Futurity Bit Finalist 2003.
horses: Kaliz Golden Mastery and Olenas Diablo Star
Golden Mastery (Nico Höermann) is a 7-year-old stallion bred by
Michael Blaschke (AUT) and owned by Rolf & Monika Reinschmidt.
The Quarter Horse stallion is by Muey Kali Guy (by Topsail Whiz)
out of Cee Masota Star (by Blair Cee). Kaliz was AQHA Junior Reining
Open Champion, NRHA Jackpot Open Champion, NRHA Breeders Futurity
Reserve Champion and third in the NRHA Breeders Derby. With him,
Nico Höermann won the CRI in Bremen.
Diablo Star (Grischa Ludwig) is a 6-year-old Quarter Horse stallion
bred by Karin Langenbruch and owned by Kai Thielk. He is by Frostys
Chic Olena out of Bubbling Diablo: Olenas Diablo Star was Junior
Reining Champion Leipzig 2004, Novice Horse open Reserve Champion
Leipzig, Bronze Trophy Open Reserve Champion Kreuth
2004, Lawson Trophy Open Champion Skövde/Sweden 2005 and fifth
in the NRHA Breeders Derby.
is scheduled for September 1 and 3, 2006 with team competition
on Friday, September 1 (starting at 10 a.m. until 12.30, then
lunch break, competition starts again at 1.30 p.m.) and the individual
competition on September 3, starting at 11.15 a.m. So far, 81
reining competitors are expected in Aachen with teams coming from
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Canada, the United States,
Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Israel, the Czech Republic, Denmark,
Sweden, Slovakia, Switzerland, France, Great Britain, The Netherlands,
Italy and Japan. South
will send individual riders.