The FEI World Cup in Oslo is the pick of the weekend events.

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We’ve reached that time of the week again where we preview some of the main events taking place from the show-jumping world over the coming days.
Our look-ahead begins with the CSI5* Oslo which is set to host the first stage of the new FEI World Cup season for Europe. Representing Italy will be Lorenzo De Luca, Francesco Franco and Luca Maria Moneta.
The show-jumping action meanwhile in Norway has already begun and there was a win yesterday for Belgium’s Constant van Paesschen with Diamanthina van’t Ruytershof (Diamant de Semilly) in the 1.40m class. In second we find Dutchman Maikel van der Vleuten with VDL Groep Eureka and in third place Pius Schwizer with Anisette de Lassus (Sherman-Sitte). Click here for more:
Looking ahead to today, there are two 5 star trials: at 14.00 riders will be competing in the 1.40m class and following that the 1.50m class which is worth points towards the Longines ranking as well as qualification to the GP. See here for more:
Moving away from Europe, our next focus turns towards the sunny and warm California. To be more specific, the Del Mar Fairgrounds which will be staging a leg of the FEI World Cup:
There are plenty of three star events to bring to your attention too in Portugal, Denmark, Morocco and USA with the Vilamoura Champions Tour (, Odense Horse Show (, the El Jadida leg of the Morocco Royal Tour ( and CSI3* Tryon in North Carolina (
In the 2 star category, Europe takes centre stage with the CSI2* Wiener Neustadt ( in Austria along with the following: Lier, Belgium (, Lezsno, Poland (, Chevenez, Switzerland ( and Asten, Holland ( Hawkesbury in Australia will be staging a leg of the FEI World Cup ( while France is going to be hosting equestrian events in Le Mans ( and Cagnes sur Mer (
Let’s not forget Italy is staging the CSI2* Tanca Regia in Sardinia. What is more the Italian federation have decided to put a wild card place up for grabs for Verona for the winner of the 5 star Nazionale at the ASD Play Horse in Alviano. To be more specific, the wild card place for the CSI5* Verona will only apply if the winner is among the top-50 in the FEI ranking list. Otherwise, he or she will go into the CSI2* category.

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