Neumünster/ Germany – The 30th edition will once again be a feast for fans of the very best that dressage has to offer: The Reem Acra FEI World Cup will, for the 30th time, be part of the VR Classics from 18th - 21st February, and top riders are heading for this eighth World Cup stage of the ongoing dressage series - team world champion Fabienne Lütkemeier from Paderborn and Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (Aubenhausen), who won bronze at the European Championships with her team. Jessica von Bredow-Werndl is at present the highest ranking German in the current World Cup, sitting in fourth place, while Lütkemeier is in eighth place, and both riders are aiming for the final in Göteborg. The path to the final takes in Neumünster, where they will ride on a brand new surface.
Neumünster – The VR Classics in Neumünster/ Germany will be playing host to the Dressage World Cup in the Holstenhallen for the 29th time. From 12th to 15th February, riders will be battling it out in the dressage arena at this traditional north-German tournament for World Cup points, while the focus on the show-jumping course will be on world ranking points. And the field of competitors promises quality and variety in equal measure. German stars in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup include Isabell Werth (Rheinberg) and current leader Fabienne Lütkemeier (Paderborn), as well as Ulla Salzgeber (Blonhofen) and Nadine Capellmann (Würselen).
Neumünster– One person knew back in December what she would be doing from 12th - 15th February 2015: for dressage rider Ulla Salzgeber from Blonhofen, the VR Classics in Neumünster are firmly in the diary. Salzgeber, who has been Olympic team champion twice and also achieved third place in the 2011 World Cup, will be heading north in pursuit of points in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup. “I love this hall and this tournament,” says the dressage rider, “of course it’s a bit narrow and full, but the atmosphere and the spectators are just amazing.”