Bejubelt: Sandra Auffarth und ihre Stute Nupafeed`s La Vista, die auf Platz zwei sprangen. (Foto: Stefan Lafrentz)
Shane Breen und Can Ya Makan sind die Sieger der zweiten Qualifikation zur BEMER Riders Tour in Hamburg. (Foto: Stefan Lafrentz)
Paul Schockemöhle, Springsportlegende und Begründer der BEMER Riders Tour mit jugendlichen Fans. (Foto: Stefan Lafrentz)
Tour-Chef Paul Schockemöhle, Sieger Nisse Lüneburg mit Cordillo und Bernhard Bock (BEMER Int.AG) bei der dritten Etappe der BEMER Riders Tour in Hamburg. (Foto: Stefan Lafrentz)
previous arrow
next arrow
previous arrownext arrow
Slider

BEMER Riders Tour Outfit by Springstar

Facebook

Instagram

BEMER Riders Tour Videos

Hello! The Riders Tour goes Mexican



(Paderborn/ Germany)   Santiago Lambre, a seldom seen rider at German shows, created quite a stir at the fourth stage of the RIDERS TOUR – the E.ON Westphalia Weser Challenge – and mixed up the RIDERS TOUR rankings. The Mexican rider won the E.ON Westphalia Weser Grand Prix with Atrap and snatched 20 points for the stage victory. “This was my first German start in years. I have been riding throughout Europe this year but outside of Germany”, explained the rider who is based at Henk Nooren’s stable in Belgium. The Mexican was riding at the E.ON Westphalia Weser Challenge thanks to an invitation from the event organisers. Paul Schockemoehle, president of the RIDERS TOUR, didn’t waste time to offer the winner an invitation to the German Classics in Hanover – the next station of the RIDERS TOUR. “I would love to come”, Lambre replied quickly to the invitation. The victory catapulted the 34 year old into the fourth place of the RIDERS TOUR rankings and into a tie with Derby winner Thomas Kleis (GER). A German rider also challenged the rankings. Marco Kutscher took the second place in the E.ON Westphalia Weser Grand Prix with Cash and collected 17 points for his efforts. The professional rider from Ludger Beerbaum’s stable now shares the seventh rank with four other riders. This was the first start this year in a RIDERS TOUR competition for the 34 year old. That will change! “I am planning on Hanover and Munich so that I can try to move up the overall rankings”, said Kutscher. The LGT Bank, partner of the RIDERS TOUR, was extremely happy with the top class sport. “The performances were fantastic”, bubbled out of Andreas Winterberg, the Cologne branch manager. The joint lead in the RIDERS TOUR rankings by Gilbert Boeckmann (GER) and Marcus Ehning (GER) could not be changed by the winner and placed riders. Both riders lead the RIDERS TOUR rankings after four stages with a yet uncontested 33 points and there will be a hard fight in Hanover to try to extend the lead. The next decision falls by the German Classics in Hanover (22.-25.10.) before the tour moves on to the final at the Munich Indoors (4.-6.12.). Paul Shockemoehle is quite happy with the progress: “The riders are all lying quite close with their points so that all of them still have reason to fight.” With these mixed and close rankings the RIDERS TOUR is more exciting than ever….everything is still possible! Results E.ON Westphalia Weser Grand Prix RIDERS TOUR, 4th Stage: 1. Santiago Lambre (MEX) with Atrap 40.97/0; 2. Marco Kutscher (GER) with Cash 41.16/0; 3. Rolf-Goeran Bengtsson (SWE) with Kiara La Silla 42.06/0; 4. Denis Lynch (IRL) with All Inclusive NRW 42.18/0; 5. Luciana Diniz (POR) with As-Taro 42.73/0; 6. Ludger Beerbaum (GER) with Gotha 42.79/0; RIDERS TOUR Ranking 2009 after the 4th Stage in Paderborn: 1. Gilbert Boeckmann (GER); Points: 33 1. Marcus Ehning (GER) Points: 33 3. Julia Kayser (AUT) Points: 22 4. Santiago Lambre (MEX) Points: 20 4. Thomas Kleis (GER) Points: 20 6. Ludger Beerbaum (GER) Points: 19 7. Christian Ahlmann (GER) Points: 17 7. Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) Points: 17 7. Marco Kutscher (GER) Points: 17 7. Matthias Granzow (GER) Points: 17  RIDERS TOUR in Internet – www.riderstour.de