7 – 10 NOVEMBER 2019 : Verona becomes the world capital of equestrian sport

7-10 November 2019: Fieracavalli celebrates 121 editions at Veronafiere, confirming its status as the most prestigious event dedicated to the national and European equestrian scene. For over a century, it has been the perfect link between passion for the horse world, sport, business and entertainment. In 2018, the Show attracted 160,000 visitors from 60 countries and 750 exhibiting companies from 25 countries. On average, every year 200 events animate the 128,000 square meters of the show, including top-level sports competitions such as the only Italian stage of the Longines FEI World CupTM, morphological competitions, western disciplines, shows and educational activities. More than 2,400 examples of 60 horse breeds highlight Italian and international biodiversity. A visit to Fieracavalli is not to be missed as ever see with the eighteenth edition of Jumping Verona - the only Italian leg of the Longines FEI Show Jumping World Cup™.

Jumping Verona becomes – with the Grand Prix  – the flagship of a fantastic four days of non-stop competitions capable of attracting the show jumping elite to Verona, turning it into the world capital of equestrian sport. 

Competitiveness is also up front with the Under 21 Regions Cup, the Pony Regions Cup, the Pony Trophy, the Pony Champions Cup, the final of the Sport Project, the Under 21 Grand Prix of the Regions, the Sport Master 2018 and a major new event: the Talent Rider Trophy.

Fans of speed, skill and a stars and stripes atmosphere, on the other hand, will not miss the Westernshow with the Team Penning and Ranch Sorting contests, alongside a special event dedicated to Working Cow Horse. For the 121th edition, the absolute protagonist of American equitation is Reining, the only western specialty to be recognized by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) and the Italian Federation of Equestrian Sports (FISE).

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