Jumping Indoor Maastricht 2024

This year Jumping Indoor Maastricht will be organised from 8 till 10 November. JIM offers top sport with, among others, the FEI Driving World Cup and the Grand Prix of Maastricht combined with the Limburg hospitality. An event for the whole family!



Jos Verlooy and FTS Killossery seized the win in the 4* Van Mossel Prize at Jumping Indoor Maastricht. The Belgian rider thereby pocketed 10,000 euros on Saturday evening.

Numbers two and three, Marc Houtzager aboard Sterrehof’s Dante N.O.P. and Willem Greve with Pretty Woman van ‘t Paradijs, were the best riders of the Dutch delegation. 

The Van Mossel Prize at 1.50m level was a hard-fought class. Eight combinations, out of nearly forty entries, managed to qualify for the jump-off. Six of these riders defended the Dutch tricolours. Nevertheless, the victory fell into Belgian hands.

In the hands of Jos Verlooy to be exact. “FTS Killossery Konfusion is a very fast and highly competitive horse. I believe I can win a lot of classes with this horse in the future. Today was my day, everything went smoothly! I had a nice forward distance on every fence, so I could ride the jump-off the way I had envisaged”, the rider explains happily afterwards. 

Marc Houtzager and Sterrehof’s Dante N.O.P. needed merely three tenths of a second more than the winning combination. Willem Greve piloted the young talent Pretty Woman van ‘t Paradijs to the third position. The last rider, Mathijs van Asten, had the crowd on the edge of their seat. Right up to the last obstacle, his happy athlete Hotspot seemed on his way to the victory, but a rail down on that last jump dropped the pair to sixth rank. Dutch stars Harrie Smolders (aboard Monaco N.O.P.) and Leopold van Asten (on VDL Groep Nino du Roton) saw their solid rides being rewarded with the fourth and fifth prize. 

Find the timetable and results here