2019 Event Rider Masters series adds new stops in France and Ireland

The site of the CCI 2* of Lignières, France, which will host the sixth and final leg of the ERM
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Friday 01 February - 14h32 | Edited press release

2019 Event Rider Masters series adds new stops in France and Ireland

The Event Rider Masters (ERM) – the elite CIC*** eventing series in Great Britain and continental Europe open to competitors from around the world – has confirmed its 2019 Calendar, consisting of six legs including two brand new European locations in France and Ireland. 

 - 2019 Event Rider Masters series adds new stops in France and Ireland

The 2019 Event Rider Masters Calendar is confirmed as:
· Leg 1 - The Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials GBR 11th – 12th May 2019
· Leg 2 - Internationales Wiesbadener Pfingstturnier GER 7th – 8th June 2019
· Leg 3 - Concours Complet D’Arville BEL 22nd – 23rd June 2019
· Leg 4 – The Jardy Eventing Show FRA 13th – 14th July 2019
· Leg 5 - Millstreet International Horse Trials IRL 24th – 25th August 2019
· Leg 6 The Finale - Concours Complet International Lignières en Berry FRA 5th – 6th October 2019 

Providing spectacular settings for each leg, the six ERM venues located in Belgium, England, France, Germany & Ireland are renowned for hosting some of the most prestigious events in the sport. As in previous years, each leg will be broadcast live via social media and on www.eventridermasters.tv, with 8 highlights shows including a series preview and season review show available on TV in 101 countries.

The 2019 competition will see reigning ERM Champion, Australia's Chris Burton, seeking to defend his 2018 title. 2018 ERM Series Runner-Up Laura Collett (GBR) is aiming to go one better on the 2019 ERM Series Podium and New Zealand's Tim Price – third in 2018 – has the horse-power to push for the 2019 title. Not to mention the 2016 ERM Champion, Oliver Townend (GBR), along with the 2017 ERM Champion, Gemma Tattersall (GBR) who are both hungry to get their hands on the title for a second time.

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