From June 23 to 26, 2022, the Grand Prix Events team will host the first edition of Sotheby’s International Realty CSIO DeVille’s Longline International Horse Pole, an inevitable new event in Normandy. In the program, Jan Roynt will design courses for a CSIO 3 *, a CSI 1 * and a CSI U25. There are expected to be no less than three hundred and fifty horses and two hundred riders representing twenty-three countries.
A semi-final of the Longines EEF Series
Sotheby’s International reality CSIO DeVille is a major show jumping event that is set to become a new and unavoidable event in Deauville, Normandy. Of course, this is the semi – final of the new European Nations Cup circuit, the Longines EEF Series. For the four days from June 23rd to 26th, the best riders will have the desire to shine their nation at the Longines International Horse Pole in Deauville. As a reminder, Level 3 *, the official international show jumping competition (CSIO) launched in 2020, is the successor to the former European Division 2 of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Series. It is divided into four European zones (North, South, Center, and West), consisting of thirty-eight national member federations of the European Equestrian Federation (EEF). Participating nations competed in eight qualifying events, with the final taking place in DuVille and Budapest before the semi – finals, and the final, taking place in Warsaw, Poland from September 8-11.
The series has been active for the past few weeks. In May, CSIO 3 * took place in Ugarhalne, where France thanked Maëlle Martin, Alexis Goulet, Swann Bourven and Alix Ragot for ringing the Marseillaise, and Cedric Hurel, Max Thirouin and Aurélien in Lisbon. Lero and Olivier Pero. In June, the qualifying stages for the West and North Zones were completed in Madrid and Drumman, respectively. In the West Zone, five countries – Ireland, Spain, Belgium, France and Portugal – qualified for the Duville semifinals. In the North Zone, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Denmark are the lucky ones.
One of the highlights of Sotheby’s International Realty CSIO Deauville will undoubtedly be the Longines EEF Nations Cup, which takes place on Friday from 3pm. The second unavoidable event of the weekend, the Grand Prix CSIO 3 * will take place on Sunday afternoon in the Normandy area of Sotheby’s International reality. The other two events will allow riders to qualify for this Grand Prix: Thursday afternoon at Prix de la Ville de DuVille (speed 1.45 m) and Prix du Haras de la Chase on Saturday afternoon (speed 1.45 m). In addition to sports, the event will offer a variety of activities for young people and adults every weekend, especially at the Horse Welfare Village, in collaboration with Raillife, where there will be numerous performances: osteopathy, shiatsu, animal communication, and more.
A great sporting event
“We are delighted to welcome Sotheby’s International Reality CSIO DeVille, a major sport. DeVille competitions at this level are a real recognition of the International Equestrian Federation (FEII), EEF and the French Equestrian Federation (FFEE), which highlight the best sport and especially the team event. It is a reward for the employees, the knowledge and expertise of our teams, and the quality of our infrastructure and Normandy. Through its numerous activities, Paul International du Chevelle established itself as a reference point in the Longines-Dowille equestrian area and beyond.Frank Le Mesutre, director of the Longines International Horse Center in Deauville, is delighted.
“I am delighted to welcome Sotheby’s International Reality CSIO DeVille to the Longines EEF Series. This circuit is a central component of the development of our European countries and will allow future players to gain experience while representing their country. This year, Deauville is hosting the semifinals of the North and West regional groups, which will lead to extremely competitive competition. I would like to thank everyone involved in the organization of this event for supporting this series, and I look forward to this great event.Theo Plogmakers, President D LEEF.
The FFE is delighted to watch the semi-finals of the EEF Nations Cup Circuit in France. This is a new timeline that promises to show jumping riders that it is very shaping up. The organization of this event is supported by the FFE, which believes in the experienced teams of GRANDPRIX events and the reputation of Paul International du Cheval de Duville, making it an indispensable sport.Jean-Luc Vernon, FFE Vice President, reveals.
“I am proud and excited to be hosting such an event, Classifieds of France Official. From a sports perspective, this is very different from the Longines Deauville Classic, an event we host in August, a Nations Cup that pays ,000 110,000, with their official partner Longines supporting the Grand Prix and Sotheby’s on Friday and Sunday. International Reality, our title partner. Without the confidence of the public authorities and private actors in the area, it will be impossible to meet this challenge due to the very short time frame. All of this was made possible by the combination of a cluster and a series of kind and committed players. “Greetings to Vincent Gohrs, Director of the event.
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