2009 – 3rd in the FEI World Championships
2011 – 2nd at the Lühmuhlen Horse Trials CCI4*
2012 – Team Gold and Individual Bronze at the London Olympic Games; 1st in the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Strzegom; 4th in the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Aachen
2013 – 4th at the Badminton Horse Trials CCI4*; 2nd in the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Fontainebleu
2014 – Individual and Team Gold Medals at the Caen World Equestrian Games; 3rd in the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Strzegom; Won the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Aachen
2015 – 3rd in the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Aachen
2016 – Team Silver at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games; 3rd FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Fontainebleu
2017 – 4th in the FEI Nations Cup of Eventing at Aachen
Parancs, Carlos 205, Opgun Louvo, Ipso
Sandra Auffarth is a German four-star event rider and show jumper. She grew up at her family farm, Stal Auffarth, where her parents Karl-Heniz and Barbel Auffarth have bred sporthorses for more than 30 years.
Sandra began riding her famous partner, world champion Selle Francais Opgun Louvo, when he was five. The formidable pair won team gold and individual silver medals at the FEI European Championships in 2011 and have since been fixtures on the German squad. In 2012, they won team gold and individual bronze medals at the London Olympic Games. Sandra announced her decision to retire “Wolle” in 2018.
Sandra is currently based at Stal Auffarth in Ganderkesee where she is focused on training the next generation of upper level event horses and continuing to represent Germany internationally.