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Great start at the JBK Horse Show for Team Bengtsson & Kristoffersen

Monday, 17 October 2016 18:01

IMG 3727Bart van der Maat was placed in the CSI1* Grand Prix riding Cassirano del Rilate while Luisa Bahrs got two ribbons in the Small Tour with Catyana and was also placed in the Big Tour with La Vue. Eva Kramer was 6th and 11th in the Big Tour on Thursday riding Gazette Ask and Gandalf Ask. Gazette Ask was also placed in the Big Tour on Friday.

Our new student from Norway - Sanne Sofie Hansen - won the Small Tour final with Bonna and won the Big Tour on Friday with Cesar. Anne Charlotte Bogh Sörensen got a ribbon in the Small Tour on Thursday while Julia Foss delivered several really nice clear rounds.

Nadja Kristoffersen was 10th in the Big Tour on Thursday and 11th on Friday with Chicago and with Charity she was 4th in the Big Tour. On Sunday Nadja and Charity ended 5th in the CSI1* Grand Prix.

A huge congratulation and Good luck for next weekend!

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Rolf number 6 in the World Cup opening in Oslo

Monday, 17 October 2016 06:06

rolf casall denboschWith two good rounds in the first leg of the 2016/2017 Longines FEI World Cup qualifier in Oslo, Rolf and Casall Ask secured sixth place and eleven points on the overall standings. The competition had 20 riders qualified for the jump-off that became a race against the clock. Rolf and Casall Ask rode a very good clear round and finished at 38,38 seconds, 1,45 seconds behind the winner, Alberto Zorzi (ITA).


Not Sweden's weekend in Barcelona

Monday, 26 September 2016 10:06

2Rolf Goran Bengtsson ClariLast weekend it was time for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final in Barcelona, but the Swedish team had no luck. Rolf competed with Clarimo Ask and delivered two fantastic rounds with an unlucky fault in both rounds. But with Sweden ending the first round on a total of 30 faults they didn't qualify for the second round and had to start in the Challenge Cup instead, where they ended second last with 26 faults. This means that Sweden can't participate in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup division 1 next year and will have to go back to division 2.

Paris was also competing in Barcelona and delivered a beautiful clear round on Friday ending just outside the ribbons. 


A good weekend for Luisa Bahrs in Vienna

Monday, 19 September 2016 10:14

bk logotypeOur German student Luisa Bahrs was also in Vienna last weekend where she competed in the CSI2* Silver Tour riding Edeka's la Vue and Edeka's Catyana.

Luisa rode very well to guide both horses through Thursday’s 1.25 class on a clean sheet. Edeka's la Vue was also clear in Friday’s and Sunday’s 1.30 classes, while Edeka's Catyana did two great rounds but finished with four and eight faults.

Well done Luisa!


Casall Ask and Unita Ask super in Vienna

Monday, 19 September 2016 06:47

rolf viennaIt was an exciting leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour in Vienna, with Rolf and Casall Ask ending 10th in the Grand Prix. The two of them were clear in both rounds and were good on their way in the jump-off but after a misunderstanding in the end of the course Rolf made a circle and had to ad 6 faults (2 time penalties) to the score.

Rolf is still in the lead of the overall standing though and that with only one leg to go!

Unita Ask made her first show after her break and did it in a fantastic way. She was clear and ended 10th in Saturday's 1,50 class and in the Global Champions League she was clear in the first round and had an unfortunate fault in the second round. Rolf's teammate Kamal Bahamdan didn't had the luck on his side though, so the 'Paris Jets' ended in 8th position.

Photo: Stefano Grasso/LGCT


Rolf takes over the lead of the LGCT overall standing

Sunday, 11 September 2016 15:49

rome lIt is only two legs left of this year's Longines Global Champions Tour season and Rolf has now taken over the overall lead. Rolf has 272 points and is five points ahead of Edwina Tops-Alexander.

The reason why Rolf taken over the lead is that he ended 5th in the LGCT Grand Prix in Rome on Sunday. Rolf and Casall Ask did three beautiful clear rounds and once again they got a top placement!

Photo: Stefano Grasso/LGCT


Rolf back in top 10 of the Longines Ranking

Monday, 05 September 2016 17:33

After being no. 11 in the world last month, Rolf climbed into the top 10 this month. Ahead of him are Christian Ahlmann, Kent Farrington, Simon Delestre, McLain Ward, Eric Lamaze, Penelope Leprevost, Daniel Deusser, Kevin Staut and Scott Brash.



Introducing our new stable jockey: Bart van der Maat

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 06:48

IMG 3175We are happy to welcome to Breitenburg, Dutch rider Bart van der Maat. Bart is the new stable jockey at Stall Bengtsson & Kristoffersen and will take over for Andreas Erni who has decided to start up his own business after six years with our team.

Bart is a 22-year-old Dutch rider that has a lot of experience at CSI2* and CSI3* level. Bart won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Roosendaal in 2015, was second in the CSI2* Grand Prix in CH de Wolden in 2016 and in the Championat of Wierden in 2015 as well as being 4th in the CSI3* 1.50m class in Ommen in 2015, to mention some of his best results.

Bart started to work with Egbert Shep when he was 16-years-old, and after that he ran his own business for a while where he mostly rode horses for Alan Waldman. During the last period of time Bart has worked for Johan Heins.

Read more: Introducing our new stable jockey: Bart van der Maat


Good results from Nadja and Anne-Charlotte in Valkenswaard

Monday, 08 August 2016 07:26

nadja annecharlotte valkenswaardNadja and Anne-Charlotte have both competed in the CSI1* classes in Valkenswaard this weekend with good results.

Nadja competed Chicago 131 and Charity 41 in the 1.35 classes and was placed in five of six possible rounds. Sunday Nadja and Charity closed off the weekend with a super third place in the 1.35 final while Chicago was placed as number eight in the same class.

Anne-Charlotte rode Atreju 102 in one 1.10 class and two 1.15 classes while Picobello Judarco did one 1.20 class as well as two 1.25 classes. Both horses did one round each in the huge grass arena. Despite a few poles down, the opportunity to compete at a big venue like Valkenswaard was an important experience and both horses brought ribbons home.

Congratulations and well done!


New rider at Stall Bengtsson and Kristoffersen

Monday, 08 August 2016 07:10

bk logotypeWith Andreas Erni leaving Stall Bengtsson and Kristoffersen, our team has been looking for a rider to replace him. We have now been lucky to find a rider that we think will be a great addition to our team and we look forward to welcoming him to Breitenburg.

We have received a lot of e-mails and phone calls regarding the position and we want to thank everyone for their interest.

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