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Jumping Indoor Maastricht 2019

From 8 until 10 November, 2019 is the MECC in Maastricht back in the sign of equestrian sports. Three days sport alternating with Limburg atmosphere.
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Enjoy Jumping Indoor Maastricht 2018 one more time by watching the aftermovie!

After a thrilling jump-off Ireland’s Bertram Allen won the Longines Trophy – Grand Prix of Maatricht. Holland’s Gerco Schröder finished runner-up with his tall grey Glock’s Cognac Champblanc.

The youngest competitor of Jumping Indoor Maastricht won the Small Tour Final/Marli Hommel Art Prix this morning: 13-year-old Emma Bocken from Weert.

Koos de Ronde delivered a magnificent finale this evening of the inaugural edition of the FEI World Cup™ Driving in Maastricht.

The second qualification fort he Longines Trophy – Grand Prix of Maastricht, the Van Mossel Prix, was won in a spectacular way by Holland’s Willem Greve

Ireland’s top rider Bertram Allen convincingly won the Limburg Prix, an Accumulator with Joker and fences up to 1.45m, on Saturday afternoon.

Bart Haselbekke was again too fast for the other competitors in the CSI1* Big Tour class (Table A against the clock 1.30m).

Boyd Exell has won the first competition of the FEI World Cup™ Driving at Jumping Indoor Maastricht this evening. The five-times World Champion beat his opponents Ijsbrand Chardon and Koos de Ronde in the MECC stadium, which was filled with a large number of enthusiastic spectators.

Fourteen combinations stayed clear in the first round and qualified for the jump-off of the VDL Groep Prix on Friday evening, a qualification for the Longines Trophhy – Grand Prix of Maastricht

On Friday afternoon the CSI4* combinations had their first competitions in the beautiful arena in the MECC. The De Limburger Prix, a 2 phases with obstacles up to 1.40m,

Emma Bocken from Limburg, only 13-years-old, won the opening class, CSI1* - 1.20m Two Phases, of Jumping Indoor Maastricht 2018 on Friday morning.

After his disappointing results in Lyon and the first competition in Stuttgart, IJsbrand Chardon took revenge today in the second leg of the FEI World Cup™ Driving in Stuttgart.