Interesting week ahead of top events
We meet up with you again this week with the column dedicated to the most important equestrian events of the weekend: we start with two CSI4 * events in Germany and Florida.
In Germany in Braunschweig (www.loewenclassics.com) the German riders will take part in the National Deutsche Meisterschaft der Landesverbände title.
In the field are the big names of international show jumping including Maikel van der Vleuten, Pius Schwizer, Henrik von Eckermann, Hans-Dieter Dreher, Marcus Ehning, Daniel Deusser, Kevin Staut and Lars Nieberg there will also be the forestry agent Emanuele Gaudiano ( the full list of participants here: http://www.loewenclassics.com/index.php?id=593).
Tomorrow, March 19 will begin the first competitions, including qualifying for the national title.
Let’s move to the United States because the CSI4 * Wellington in Florida has several very interesting activities, such as GP Artisan Farm Under 25m, the final for young riders sponsored by the famous Artisan Farm group.
Obviously the highlight of the Grand Prix will be the Engel & Volkers worth $127,000 on Saturday, the course will be arranged by the German designer Olaf Petersen.
The CSI3 * Italian Arezzo Tuscany Tour started last year, which each year attracts prominent names to the Arezzo Equestrian Centre from March 17 to April 5.
Edwina Tops-Alexander, Martin Fuchs, Olivier Philippaerts are some of the riders who will parade during the tour, consisting of the Italian delegation which will also include Emanuele Gaudiano, Lorenzo De Luca, Natale Chiaudani, Giulia Martinengo Marquet and Filippo Bologni.
The competitions will be visible in live streaming on the www.horse-media.tv channel
The CSI3 * takes place in Vejer de la Frontera, Spain which continues the 21st Sunshine Tour where Luca Maria Moneta is taking part.
Other events are also planned in Brazil (Curitiba CSI2 *), Florida (CSI2 * -W Ocala, www.hitsshows.com) and Gorla Minore (CSI2 * Spring Tour, www.equieffe.it).