Inter I debut for Gina’s Pearl at CDN Flemalle

Team Verwimp was present at CDN Flemalle last weekend. Jorinde rode with three horses of which she won the Prix St. George with Cardento (by Painted Black). With the horses Gina’s Pearl and Juwel Krack v / h Klaverhof (by Jazz) she participated in the Inter I. This was the debut in the Inter I for Gina’s Pearl. In the Juniors and Young Riders category, the pupils of team Verwimp also drove to neat scores.


Verwimp wins the Prix St. George

Jorinde competed in the Prix St. George with the talented Painted Black son Cardento. The judges enjoyed their test which gave Verwimp a score of 69.5% and a first place. Just below Jorinde was the third place for Wim Verwimp’s pupil, Diete Vos. With her Dandy L she also managed to put down a nice test in the Prix St. George, which was scored at 69%.


Inter I debut for Gina’s Pearl

In the Inter I Jorinde competed with Gina’s Pearl and also with Juwel Krack v / h Klaverhof (v. Jazz). For Gina’s Pearl this was the first time in the Inter I. The combination managed to put down a neat test during the debut, which was immediately assessed with 68.5%. As a result, it was not only a successful debut, but also the first international score. A great achievement. Unfortunately, a pirouette with Juwel Krack v / h Klaverhof did not go according to plan, so that score remained at 64.5%.


Ruut Pasgang

Pupil of Jorinde, Ruut Pasgang, brought her two horses with her to participate at CDN Flemalle. With her black gelding James she competed at the Level 4.3 class. Despite the tension, the combination managed to show some really good parts during the test. With this they got placed 4th with a score of 65%. With her 4-years old Limit Edition Begijnhoeve, she competed during the 4-year-old class. With a great test she got a great score of 72.2% and again a 4th place.


Pupils score well

Pupils of Team Verwimp Louise Brauwers and Maite Colling competed during the Juniors at CDN Flemalle. Louise Brauwers, who is in training with Wim Verwimp, appeared in the ring with her Johnson gelding Esprit. The combination managed to put down a neat test that got them 68.5%. Jorinde’s pupil, Maite Colling, had brought her Rapallo. Maite also had an excellent test with which she achieved a score of 65.9%. Yinthe van de Ven, also in training with Jorinde, rode her No Limit CV with the Young Riders. Both tests accounted for 65%. Emma Driessen and Matthias Dieltjens also participated during CDN Flemalle. Unfortunately, the horses had too much tension to compete.


Victories for Jorinde Verwimp during CDN Dentergem

CDN Dentergem was again a success as always. Last weekend Jorinde Verwimp competed with five horses. The participated in the PSG, the Inter I and the Grand Prix. At both the PSG and Inter I Verwimp managed to leave the competition behind. The pupils of Jorinde and Wim Verwimp also participated at CDN Dentergem last weekend. Every single one of them managed to perform really well.

Minimum score difference during PSG

During the Prix St. George Jorinde competed with Gina’s Pearl and Cardento (s. Painted Black). With both horses she managed ride well scored tests that differed only 0.1% from each other with the final percentage. With the black Cardento a total of 69.1% was achieved and with that also a second place. The test with Gina’s Pearl became the winning one in the PSG with 69.2%.

Victory during the Inter I

Jorinde also took the Jazz son Golddream with her to CDN Dentergem. With him she competed during the Inter I and managed to get a first place with 71.5%. The last talent with which Jorinde appeared in the ring was Cape Town (s. Conteur). The combination appeared in the Grand Prix and achieved a score of 70.5%. Pupil of Wim Verwimp, Alexa Fairchild, also participated during the Grand Prix. With her Dabanos she also performed well with a score of 70.1%.

First international score for Matthias Dieltjens

But Alexa wasn’t the only high-scoring pupil during CDN Dentergem. After the Junior, Louise Brauwers and Maite Colling came home with great scores. Louise, pupil of Wim, rode a score of 69.7% with Esprit (by Johnson). Jorinde her pupil Maite Colling competed with Rapallo and got a great score of 66.8% for her test. In the Young Riders Matthias Dieltjens, also a pupil of Jorinde, showed an upward trend with the mare Kalahari compared to his previous test. He scored 66.4% and achieved his first international score.

Podium places at the Pony section

Team Verwimp was also present during the Pony tests. Britt van de Weyer, pupil of Wim, and Maite Colling managed to dominate the podium in the Pony class. With her pony Donaldson, Maite managed to achieve a score of 70% and finished in 3rd place. Britt also showed what she is worth with Constantino, scoring 71.4% to get first place.

First competition for Team Verwimp after corona break  

Team Verwimp has been looking forward to last weekend for a long time. After excellent preparations, such as organizing various competition-oriented clinics, the time had finally come. The first competition after the corona break could be driven. That the preparations were not for nothing was evident from the results of the team members, including a second place in the Prix St. George for Jorinde Verwimp with Cardento and successful debuts of the pupils of Jorinde and Wim Verwimp.

Podium place for Jorinde Verwimp during PSG

Jorinde Verwimp appeared in the ring with three horses during the first competition. With the black Painted Black gelding Cardento she competed at Prix St. George level. The gelding has a lot of quality for the higher work and showed a good test last weekend, which was scored at 69.06% and a second place. In the Inter I Verwimp competed with Just a Little Bit v/h Klaverhof (s. Tango) with which she achieved 69.5% and a 5th place. With Juwel Krack v/h Klaverhof (s. Jazz) she also participated in the Inter I. The jury really appreciated the test and scored it with 66.9%, which immediately resulted in the first international score!

Alexa Fairchild takes podium place

Also present during the Inter I was a student of Wim Verwimp, Diete Vos. With her gelding Dandy L she managed to put down a strong test that was scored with 70.6% and 4th place! But Diete was not the only student of Wim who managed to score well last weekend. For example, Alexa Fairchild and Dabanos competed during the Grand Prix. With 68% she got her second international score and a 2nd place on the podium. Britt van de Weyer competed with Constantino where she got over 70% during the Pony Team Test.

Young Rider debut for Jorinde’s pupils

But not only Wim’s students managed to achieve great scores. Jorinde’s pupils were also representing Team Verwimp. Kevin van Ham got a fantastic 1st place with 67.9% during his debut in the Inter II. During the Young Riders rubric both Yinthe van de Ven and Matthias Dieltjens made their debut. Yinthe competed with her only 7-year-old No-Limit CV and got a really nice 67.6% with which she immediately received her first international score. Matthias competed with the mare Kalahari with which he showed a nice trot. Unfortunately, he had a few mistakes during the pirouettes which left the score at 64%


In short, it was almost a competition weekend as usual!

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Team Verwimp dominates the stage several times during CDN Dentergem

The podium was dominated during CDN Dentergem in various sections by Team Verwimp. Jorinde Verwimp competed in the 4.3, Inter I and the Grand Prix category. But not only Jorinde achieved great scores during this competition. At Verwimp in the 4.3 section, Yinthe van de Ven and Hannah Buteneers also rode along. Emma Driessen, Louise Brauwers and Maite Colling also competed successfully in the Juniors category.

Stage places during 4.3 level
The first test of Jorinde on Sunday, she rode with Cardento during the 4.3 class. The combination managed to put down a nice test that was rewarded with a score of 71.8% and a first place. The third place on the podium went to Hannah Buteneers who scored 68.2% with Cabri Jolie. Yinthe van de Ven also rode in the 4.3 section with No-limit CV. With a score of 65.3%, the combination came in fifth.

Victory in the Inter I
In addition to 4.3, Jorinde also competed in the Inter I and the Grand Prix. With Just a Little Bit Krack v / h Klaverhof, Verwimp rode the Inter I which successfully resulted in a first place and 69.6%. Jorinde rode Cape Town during the Grand Prix. “It was not our best Grand Prix test ever. We had a few errors that unfortunately reduced our score, “says Jorinde about her test. Despite the errors, the total score was 65.3%.

Successful Juniors
But the 4.3 and the Inter I were not the only sections where Team Verwimp managed to appear on the podium. Emma Driessen, Maite Colling and Louise Brauwers rode with the Juniors. Louise appeared in the ring with both her horse Graaf and Esprit. With Esprit, Louise rode to third place with 68%. With Graaf Brauwers achieved not only a first place with 69.9% but also her last score to start internationally. Maite Colling achieved a score of 66.5% during the individual test, and drove to a final result of 65.5% during the team test. Emma Driessen managed to win their second selection with Grace with 68%, so that they can now start internationally.

CDI winch
Katelijne Maes was not present on the starting list of CDN Dentergem but during CDI Lier. With Ibou van de Kapelhoef, she managed to achieve a super score of 71.7% during the individual test, leaving her competition behind.

International scores during CDN Turnhout

Team Verwimp was again able to perform very well during CDN Turnhout which took place last weekend. During the event, where could be competed in different classes, Jorinde Verwimp appeared in the ring at both the Inter I and the Prix St. George. The pupils of Jorinde and Wim Verwimp also did really good at competition. For the rider Britt Gellens it was the first time after a competition break that she competed with the gelding Cardento. Despite the fact that the combination has taken a break, they managed to score well.

Debut in the Inter I
In the Inter I, Jorinde Verwimp competed with the horses Golddream and Kalahari. The Kalahari mare had an almost flawless test but still has much room for improvement in the overall picture. With a score of 66.9%, the second international score has already arrived. Golddream competed Inter I for the first time and, despite his inexperience, already showed very good parts. With a final result of 67.7%, the first international score has already been achieved immediately. Also present during the Inter I was the rider Diete Vos. With her test she achieved a score of 66%. Outside the Inter I, she also competed in the Prix St. George where she again achieved a score of 66%.

Talent for the future
Verwimp also appeared during the Prix St. George with up-and-coming talent Juwel in the ring. The combination not only achieved a score of 69.2%, but also won the first place. “This was only the second time that Juwel was ridden at Prix St. George level. The test went really well until we got a small error in the flying changes. Everything needs to be confirmed even more, but this already gives me a lot of confidence for the future. “, says Jorinde about Juwel.

Successful pupils
Junior amazons Katelijne Maes, Louise Brauwers and Britt Gellens all managed to put down a strong Junior test. Katelijne Maes took first place after achieving 72.5%. Amazone Louise Brauwers achieved her second international score with her score of 67.8%. For Britt Gellens, it was the first time after a long game break that she appeared in the ring with Cardento, owned by Verwimp. With a score of 66.1% and still plenty of room for improvement, it was a great score for now. Pony rider Britt van de Weyer also achieved her second international score last weekend, after scoring 67.16%.

Last competition of 2019: Jumping Mechelen

It was uncertain for a moment but the year 2019 still ended with the favorite competition of Dressuurstal Verwimp. Jumping Mechelen took place from December 26 through December 30. For Jorinde Verwimp, this edition it would be the 10th time in a row that she participated in this much-loved competition in equestrian sport. Adding this competition to the list, the Verwimp team looks back on a successful 2019 where the team won several victories, had several debuts and further developed both themselves and the horses into increasingly better athletes.

Together with the gelding Arie van Sollenburg (by Olivi) Jorinde can look back to a successful competition period. With the focus on Jumping Mechelen, the preparations went smoothly both during the training sessions and at the competition and the combination was ready for the last competition of the year. Unfortunately, just before Jumping Mechelen, Arie caught a hoof ulcer that seemed to throw a spanner in the works. Fortunately, the sympathetic black gelding was fit again on time due to the right care, which allowed Jorinde to participate in Jumping Mechelen.

New freestyle
Despite the fact that Verwimp could only pick up the training again just before Jumping Mechelen, Arie was in good shape during the tests. She achieved a score of 69.3% with a fifth place during the Small Tour. During the second test, which was the freestyle, the combination achieved a super score of 74.4% and a sixth placement. Extra special about this freestyle was the fact that Jorinde could ride her brandnew freestyle for the first time. “I am super happy with how Arie behaved and continued to listen so well throughout the test. We also had a new freestyle that we drove there for the first time and I enjoyed it every second so it was a very successful race, “said Jorinde about Jumping Mechelen.

CDN Dentergem
There is no time for Jorinde to take it easy in the new year. The first competition of 2020 is planned for next Saturday. With the horses Juwel, Golddream, Eton and Kalahari she will appear in the ring during CDN Dentergem.

Victories for Ruut Pasgang

That practice makes perfect, proved again during last weekend. Edit Jorinde Verwimp as Katelijne Maes and Britt Gellens took the horses to St. Truiden for a practice match. With these practice matches, a lot of experience was gained in addition to achieving strong scores. The pupil of Jorinde Verwimp, Ruut Pasgang, rode a real competition with the young James Pleasure where she managed to perform well.

Practice competition
Joining the practice test with Jorinde was the sympathetic horse Eton. Because of the potency that he already shows in the training sessions, it was time to see how this would express itself in competitions. Verwimp brought him out for the first time in the Inter II where the combination immediately achieved a super score of 70.14%. “There were still some errors in the test, but I am very happy with him so far,” Jorinde says about the practice test.

Ruut Pasgang

Ruut Pasging, student of Jorinde Verwimp, went on a real competition with James Pleasure last weekend. She rode the first test at Level 1, which she won with 71.54%. The combination also rode a test at Level 2. Here too they managed to conquer the first place with a nice score of 70.61%.

Victories for team Verwimp during CDN Dentergem

After the successful ending of 2019, team Verwimp started their for 2020 first competitions with good results. During CDN Dentergem, Jorinde Verwimp appeared with four different horses which she showed excellently. The younger team members of the Verwimp team also managed to put themselves in the spotlight during CDN Dentergem. With multiple podium places and international scores, it was a successful competition weekend for Dressage Stable Verwimp.

Multiple podium places
During the Prix St. George, with the horses Golddream and Juwel v / h Klaverhof, Jorinde Verwimp won both the first and the second place. With Juwel she rode a test of 68.3%, which made the combination second. The sympathetic stallion Golddream added a little extra, which resulted in a 1st place with a score of 69.2%. But Jorinde has not only put the PSG to her name, she also rode the Inter B to Eton after winning 65.6%. The test that Jorinde rode in the Inter I with Kalahari was good for 66.9%. Student of Wim Verwimp, Diete Vos, achieved a score of 67.9% in the Inter I.

Successful with the juniors
Dressuurstal Verwimp was also well represented during the juniors, which took place during CDN Dentergem. Katelijne Maes, a pupil of Jorinde, and Louise Brauwers, a pupil of Wim, competed in this class. Katelijne managed to put both tests on her name with the gelding Ibou van de Kapelhoef. Louise, who rode her Junior debut herself, was allowed to accompany Katelijne on the podium with a score of 67.4% by achieving a third place.

Britt van de Weyer, student of Wim Verwimp, competed with her pony Constanze for the first time in the Pony class. The combination managed to perform two neat tests that were rated with 66.2% and 66.4%. With these scores, she already has her first international scores right away.

Jorinde Verwimp successfully competed six horses in one day

It was another successful day for Jorinde Verwimp last Sunday. During the CDN, which was held at Stal Bocage in Dentergem, Verwimp appeared with not one but no fewer than six horses in the ring. She competed two horses at level 4.2, one horse at level 4.3, two horses at PSG level and the last one at Inter I level. Apart from the already impressive performance of competing six horses in one day, Verwimp also ended up with all six horses in the top 2 with the past tests.

Competition debut
After the recent successful competitions with River Rise Benetton at level 3.3, it was time last weekend to go one step higher to level 4 test 2. During the test Benny already showed many promising pieces. Unfortunately, due to tension, the points were pushed down so that the test was placed in 2nd place with 66.09%. But it wasn’t just for River Rise Benetton that it was time for a 4.2 level debut. Jorinde also competed the horse of her student Emma Driesen, Gelinia van Kairos, in the same class. Particularly in the trot and canter parts beautiful parts where showed. With a nice score of 68.2%, Verwimp finished in 1st place.

Best test ever
Also joining Jorinde during the competition were her horses Juwel Krack v/h Klaverhof and Arie Sollenburg. Jorinde rode in class 4.3 with Juwel, where she won first place with 70.5%. During the test, Juwel showed that he is getting more and more experience. But it was not only Juwel who passed the test. In the Inter I, where Jorinde competed with Arie Sollenburg, she felt she managed to ride one of her best tests ever with the gelding. Unfortunately, there was an expensive mistake in the right pirouette that was judged heavily. Nevertheless, the test resulted in a nice score of 70.5% and a 2nd place.

PSG debut
In the Prix St. George, Verwimp competed the horses Gina’s Pearl and Esprit. For both horses this was the first time they were ridden at PSG level. Although it was a debut, the horses already showed many of their qualities. For example, Esprit, pupil Louise Brauwers’ horse, received several 8s for his step. With a total score of 67.9%, this was also good for a 2nd placement. The debut of Gina’s Pearl also went very well at PSG level for the first time. With even an 8 for the canter pirates, the combination finished in first place with a score of 68.8%. “In general I am very happy with all these horses and how well they did their best during the competition! It was really a very successful day, says Jorinde after her six tests. ”

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