July 7, 2020

SHOW JUMPING AT ITS BEST LEVEL IS FINALLY GETTING UNDERWAY AGAIN IN EUROPE:

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SHOW JUMPING AT ITS BEST LEVEL IS FINALLY GETTING UNDERWAY AGAIN IN EUROPE:

THE HUBSIDE JUMPING IS BACK IN GRIMAUD FROM 18 JUNE

AT LAST! Show jumping at its best international level is FINALLY getting underway again! And although the Gulf of Saint-Tropez has long been the place where the jet set of the film world meets up in the summer, it will unquestionably be the HQ of the world elite of show jumping this summer.   The HUBSIDE JUMPING will be settling in Grimaud, at the Haras des Grillons, for four weekends of great sport, on the initiative of Sadri Fegaier, the president-founder of the Haras, successful businessman and international rider. We look forward to seeing you on 18 June for a first CSI 4*show. Two other CSI 4* shows will follow and a CSI 5* from now until 12 July!Hubside jumping #hubsidejumping #jumping #eliteequestrian elite equestrian magazine

FOCUS ON THE FIRST WEEKEND OF COMPETITION, FROM 18 TO 21 JUNE 2020

The first weekend of the HUBSIDE JUMPING will be held behind closed doors, and will fully comply with the sanitary measures imposed by the French and international administrative and sports authorities. All of the classes will be broadcast live on https://grandprix.tv/fr ;Only those who can prove their status as a professional rider will be able to participate.

Three levels of competition will be on offer to them on courses designed by Italy’s Andrea Colombo and will boast 290,000 euros of prize money, of which 100,000 euros will be for Sunday’s 4* Grand Prix.

The competition will take place in one of the biggest outdoor rings in France, (120 x 70 m), next to a 100 x 50 m warm-up ring.

The show’s surroundings are very picturesque and provide the HUBSIDE JUMPING with an exceptional backdrop with the 11th century castle, fields of lavender and rocky cliffs!Hubside jumping #hubsidejumping #jumping #eliteequestrian elite equestrian magazine

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