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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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The 30th edition of Jumping Indoor Maastricht kicked off at 10.30 am with the CSI1* Small Tour (Two Phases, 1.20m). Emma Bocken from Limburg was first to go with her 11-year-old mare Dagma (KWPN, Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Calvin Z) and stayed clear in a fast time. The were in the lead for quite a long time until the USA’s Alexandra Crown, who is based in Belgium, crossed the finish line in almost a second faster with her mare von Cim (Holst, Levisto x Carthago Z). Holland’s Mel van der Kamp, second last to go, tried to beat the time of Crown, but did not succeed. He had to settle for the runner-up spot with Pandora (Hann, Perigueux x Lordanos).

In the second class for the 1* combinations, the Big Tour (Two Phases, 1.30m) there was no doubt about who was the best: Beau Schuttelaar from Limburg. The only 17-year-old, who won the 2017 Talent of the Year title at the Limburg Equestrian Gala, won and finished second with Falou (2010, KWPN, Arthos R x Cardento) and Florida Balia NL (2010, Bustique x Lux Z) respectively. Belgium’s Anthony Philippaerts, the younger brother of Longines Trophy winners Olivier (2017) and Nicola (2016), finished in third place with All Right du Genet (2010, Allegreto x Royal Feu).