Extract from our client list
Among our valued customers are
in gallop racing:
- Prix de I’Arc de Triomphe (winner)
- King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (winner)
- St. Leger Stakes (winner)
- German Derby (winner)
- Premio Roma (winner)
- Grand Prix of Baden-Baden (winner)
- Oaks d’Italia (winner)
- Winners of various group races I, II und III
in show jumping, dressage, eventing:
- Olympic Champion
- German Champion
- World Championship (placed)
- European Championship (placed)
- World Cup Final (placed)
- Grand Prix – various; national and international – (placed)
Winner World Cup Final
- Winner championships international (Grand Prix Spécial, Grand Prix Freestyle, Grand Prix de Dressage)
Rolex Grand Prix
United States of America (USA)
Our customers come from the following countries:
- United Kingdom / England
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
Eligible are three-year-old and older stallions and mares. This Group I race is one of the most prestigious international horse races in its category. The race is held at the Paris racecourse in Longchamp in the Bois de Boulogne.
Unofficially, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is the world championship in gallop racing. Whoever wins this race is one of the greats. Even the placed horses enjoy the highest recognition. In history (since 1920) only three German horses have been able to win this important race.
King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes
Also simply known as “King George”, for this gallop racing event three-year-old and older horses are eligible. The Group I race is the third highest-paying horse race in England, along with the Derby at Epsom and the Champion Stakes, and is held at Ascot. It is called the “Summer Arc” because it is the most important gallop race in Europe after the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. King George has in common with the Arc that so far only three German horses could win this race.
St. Leger Stakes
In Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England, the gallop race (Group I) for three-year-old mares and stallions is held every year. Within the “British Classic Races”, the St. Leger Stakes is the longest and oldest of the five races in this category and also counts as part of the “Triple Crown Series”.
The German Derby is a Group I race, a group race in galloping, which is classified internationally. Category I (Group I) is where the most important races take place. They are those with historical significance, the highest prize money endowment as well as the performance level of the participating horses in each of the last 5 years. The performance comparison takes place among three-year-old thoroughbred horses.
This is a Group II gallop race in Italy. Eligible are three-year-old and older thoroughbreds. This race used to have Group I status, but was downgraded to a Group II race in 2017.
Grand Prix of Baden-Baden
Every year the “Grand Week” is held in Baden-Baden. The Grand Prix of Baden has been held since 1858 and is considered the most important competition for three-year-old and older English thoroughbreds in Germany. The venue is the racecourse in Iffezheim. In the period from 2000 to 2005, the Grand Prix of Baden-Baden was one of the 13 most important gallop races in the world
Group II race in Italy in which three-year-old thoroughbred fillies are eligible to compete. This is the Italian equivalent of The Oaks, a famous race in England.
In gallop sport there are group races, which are classified internationally. There is a differentiation between Group I, II and III, with Group I being the highest and most important category. In Germany, the German Derby is the most important and highest-paying German group race. The venue is the racecourse in Hamburg-Horn.
Rolex Grand Slam / Rolex Cup
The Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping marked the beginning of a new era in equestrian sport. The hunt for the most coveted trophy in this sport unites the world’s best riders. The Majors Aachen, Spruce Meadows, Geneva and ‘s-Hertogenbosch – renowned names in international equestrian sport – are linked by an exciting bonus system.
This makes the Rolex Grand Slam an ongoing story and one of the most fascinating concepts in international sport.
All American Oaks
The All American Oaks is the richest and most prestigious Quarter Horse race in history for 3-year-old fillies in the United States. In 2023, the race had the highest prize money ever ($714,734). A special feature to be mentioned is the qualifying. To be allowed to participate in the final, all participating horses are subjected to a selection process.
There will be a total of six qualifying races. All finalists have successfully made their way from the first to the sixth race. In each qualifying race, only the top two horses will advance, so that in the end a maximum of twelve horses will compete to win the All American Oaks.