From July 1 – 4, 2015, the SVAG CS Classic 15 combined to the SVAG FEI European Reining Championships for young and junior riders was held in Givrins. Once again, beside our full slate NRHA classes we had our two big classes, the $30,000-added SVAG CS Classic Open and the $20,000-added SVAG CS Classic Non Pro.


Impressions of the SVAG CS Classic 2015


Competitions from July 1 till 4, 2015 – Please check here for all Results!

Corinna wins at home

The SVAG CS Classic Intermediate Non Pro Championship title 2015 went to Corinna Schumacher riding La Bigia Sailor. Corinna had a smooth, appealing run with her cute grey mare La Bigia Sailor, sliding to a score of 213.5 to win the class.
Niels Dutij from the Netherlands with Gumps Donqui Tana BB came in second, only a 1⁄2 point behind (213) with Jürgen Pritz (Austria) on his eight year old stallion JK Charley De Moreno scoring 212 to earn 3rd place.

Two european gold medals for Gina

FEI European Reining Championships for Juniors and Young Riders 2015

Junior Team
Italy was chasing a fifth consecutive victory in the Junior Team event, but, on her home turf, it was Gina Schumacher who clinched victory for Germany. There were five nations battling for the medals here, and Gina was last to go for her side. She really threw down the gauntlet when steering Gunners Enterprise home for a score of 215 to move the final German tally on to 640.0 – and thus to gold.
Junior Individual
Gina produced a near-perfect ride with her 11-year-old paint horse stallion Gunners Enterprise whose stable-name is Digger. They were untouchable for gold when scoring 219. “My horse was great for me once again, and I am thrilled with this second gold medal!”, Gina said afterwards. “I cannot thank my team members and coach enough, my trainer Shawna Larcombe and of course my mom and family who are my greatest supporters!”


Slide Tracs

Video Diaries

Day Four Video Diary

Video Impressions of Sunday:


Day Three Video Diary

Video Impressions of Saturday:


Day Two Video Diary

Video Impressions of Friday:


Day One Video Diary

Video Impressions of Thursday: