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Jumping Indoor Maastricht 2020

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU BACK IN 2020

JIM will then be organized from 6 to 8 November, make a note of it in the agenda!

Ticket sales start from 1 August 2020. If you want to pre-order tickets for the next edition, please send an email to info@jumpingindoormaastricht.com
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Frank Schuttert has won the Longines Trophy-Grand Prix of Maastricht this Sunday afternoon.

Friday she finished third, Saturday she won and today Emma Bocken also won the CSI1* Small Tour Final, the Marli Hommel Art Prize (1.25m).

The second edition of the FEI Driving World Cup at Jumping Indoor Maastricht developed into an exciting battle between Boyd Exell and IJsbrand and Bram Chardon on Saturday evening.

Yesterday Henk van de Pol won the first qualifier for the Longines Trophy and on Saturday he repeated this success by also winning the second qualifier, the Van Mossel Prize.

After all the spectacle of the Jimmy Afternoon the four star riders took over the reins at the end of the afternoon.

Anthony continued the Philippaerts family’s string of victories during JIM on Saturday morning.

The first competition of the FEI Driving World Cup™ in Maastricht ended after an exciting competition in a victory for Boyd Exell. Bram Chardon finished in second place, ahead of Belgium's Glenn Geerts.

The first qualification for the Longines Trophy, the VDL Groep Prize, counted 43 combinations of which 16, among them 10 Dutch riders, reached the jump-off.

“My whole family has won here, except me. Frank (Kemperman) said this morning that it would be difficult, but I did it and I am happy now,” said a satisfied Thibault Philippaerts.

The 21-year-old Danish talent Emil Hallundbaek won the first 4* class, the Roelofsen Horsetrucks Prize (Two Phases, 1.40m), of Jumping Indoor Maastricht.

The 30th edition of Jumping Indoor Maastricht kicked off at 10.30 am with the CSI1* Small Tour (Two Phases, 1.20m).