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If you are interested in the best of the various equestrian sports then you've come to the right place! We are dedicated to bringing you the biggest international events and series, such as the FEI World Cup™ and Nations Cup™ series as well as World and European Championships, and providing you with sensational additional features and content. All of these incredible events, right at your fingertips!
EVENT OF THE WEEK - Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023-2024 WEL I Gothenburg
We just witnessed Switzerland's Steve Guerdat rocket to victory in Bordeaux with his superstar Is-Minka, stealing the show in an electrifying round! They threw down the gauntlet with a fast, smooth pathfinding round that stopped the clock on 40.34 seconds and it was up to the rest to better that, but no one was quite quick enough to catch them! You can rewatch all of these incredible moments right here on FEI.TV, and stay tuned for the next leg in Gothenburg! This is the final qualifying leg, so the riders are going to be on fire, with this being their final opportunity to qualify for the Final in Riyadh in April. Who will we see qualify? Find out by watching the Gothenburg livestream right here!
WEL - Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023 - 2024
Season Overview - Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023-2024 - WEL
NAL - Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023-2024
Season Overview - Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023-2024 - NAL
FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2023-2024 WEL
The Netherlands’ Emmelie Scholtens and the 11-year-old KWPN stallion Indian Rock won the ninth leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2023/2024 Western European League series at Neumünster in Germany, pinning Sweden’s Patrik Kittel and Forever Young HRH into second place and the host nation’s Matthias Alexander Rath and Destacado FRH into third. The top nine athletes of the league will qualify for the FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final 2024 in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in April. Ahead of the penultimate qualifier in Gothenburg, Sweden next weekend, this leg’s winner Scholtens lies equal-ninth in the League standings alongside French rider Alexandre Ayache. Tune in to the Gothenburg leg to find out if the ranks will change!
WEL - FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2023 - 2024
Season Overview - FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2023-2024 - WEL
TOP HORSE - Indian Rock
This gigantic bay stallion is so incredibly powerful and he is taking both the dressage competition and breeding scenes by storm! Under the expert guidance of his Dutch rider Emmelie Scholtens, they produce harmonious, soft and light tests that epitomise everything that dressage should be. At only 11 years old Indian Rock, by Apache out of a Vivaldi mare, has 18 starts with 5 wins - with some of those starts being at the biggest dressage events on the calendar. They recently won in Neumünster and what a win it was! Rewatch it, and enjoy some of their other tests, right here!
Top Horses of the Month
#EverySecondCounts - EPISODE 3 OUT NOW!
“We live for this kind of moment.”
In 2023, Bryan Balsiger reached new heights in his career, climbing the world rankings. However, when an injury sidelined him, he confronted a fresh challenge, emerging with even greater determination. Delve deeper than ever before in episode three of FEI Originals' Every Second Counts as we accompany Bryan and his team at the Longines FEI Jumping™ World Cup in Basel!
Longines League of Nations™
Team Germany made history when becoming the very first winners in the brand new Longines League of Nations™ series in an edge-of-the-seat opening leg at the Al Forsan International Sports Resort in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Ireland finished second ahead of Sweden in third.
Christian Kukuk partnering Mumbai, Jörne Sprehe with Sprehe Hot Easy, David Will and My Prins van Dorperheide and Christian Ahlmann with Blueberry posted a final score of eight faults, overtaking the leading Irish who had to settle for runner-up spot when completing on a total of 12. This leg was absolutely, jaw-droppingly action-packed and the next legs are only going to be more so, don't miss a stride and tune in to the next leg, coming SOON!
Longines League of Nations™ 2024
Season Overview - Longines League of Nations™ 2024
Bow down to Bram Chardon, the Carriage King!
Navigating the obstacles of the FEI Driving World Cup™️ Final at breakneck speed, Dutch maestro Bram Chardon dominated the field, creating a whirlwind of excitement at Jumping Bordeaux 2024! Taking the stage as the second contender in the thrilling three-carriage drive-off, Bram raced against time with a singular goal: reclaiming his 2022 FEI Driving World Cup™️ crown!
Claiming victory with an electrifyingly swift round, the Dutch driver clinched the gold, leaving Boyd Exell with the silver and securing the bronze for his own father, Ijsbrand Chardon. Hats off to all the incredible performances!
FEI Driving World Cup™ 2023-2024
RIDE Season 4: Episode 10 OUT NOW!
The RIDE series has returned for its 10th episode!
It’s the start of 2024, and Ride from FEI Originals presented by Longines is making New Year’s resolutions: To “reach for the stars” with junior jumpers at the Maclain Finals in Kentucky, “Retreat and Conquer” with participants of an equine-assisted psychotherapy programme on Sumba Island, and “live life to the full” at the UK’s Springbridge Driving for the Disabled centre.
RIDE Season 4 - FEI Originals
RIDE Season 3 - FEI Originals
FEI Vaulting World Cup™ Final 2024 Basel
On the second day of the FEI Vaulting World Cup™ Final 2024 in Basel on Sunday, two defending champions successfully defended their titles in a closely contested competition. Meanwhile, a new pair claimed the top honors in the Pas de Deux category.
Germany asserted its dominance in the Individual Male and Female classes. Jannik Heiland once again secured the first position, adding to his 2022 title in Omaha. Teaming up with Dark Beluga FRH and lunged by Barbara Rosiny, Heiland set a new World Cup Final record for men with a final score of 8.917 points over two days.
Kathrin Meyer, another German competitor and defending champion, clinched the gold medal riding San Classico S OLD and lunged by her mother, Sonja Meyer. Meyer achieved a new personal best with a score of 8.503 points, surpassing her compatriot Alina Ross, who led on Day 1.
In the Pas de Deux category, Italians Rebecca Greggio and Davide Zanella maintained their position at the top of the podium for the second consecutive day. Performing with Orlando Tancredi and lunged by Claudia Petersohn, they secured the gold, marking Italy's first World Cup Pas de Deux victory since 2017.
FEI Vaulting World Cup™ Final 2024 - Basel
19th Pan American Games 2023
These Games are held every four years, always taking place one year ahead of the Olympic Games - it is the ultimate preparation for these athletes that are vying for Olympic slots! This year, the Pan American Games took us to Santiago de Chile in Chile, where we watched as the dressage, eventing and jumping riders went head to head and what an incredible display it was! REWATCH all of the action right here on FEI.TV!