T-50 days and counting to the 2019 GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break in France!

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Thursday 14 March - 09h50 | GP

T-50 days and counting to the 2019 GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break in France!

Once again this spring, the Grand Parquet equestrian stadium in Fontainebleau, France will be the site of great show jumping action over two action-packed weekends in May. 

 - T-50 days and counting to the 2019 GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break in France!

Paris–Fontainebleau

Between May 1–12, the site will first host the FEI Jumping Nations Cup Youth (CSIO), followed by a CSI 2* presented by Horse Store Privé. Entries are still open for the competition, but don’t delay – in around 50 days, the first rider of the GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break 2019 will enter the arena! See below for all the details.

May 2-5 : a first weekend of CSIO, CSIP and CSI U25 action
 
Ten days ago, we unveiled the long-awaited poster for the GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break 2019 (below). And it is now time to reveal the schedule for these two weeks of competition in Fontainebleau, situated about 70 km southeast of Paris.  

From May 2–5, the Grand Parquet will be the place to be for young international show jumpers, with the venue hosting the FEI Jumping Nations Cup Youth (CSIO Children, Juniors and Young Riders). A CSIP and CSI U25 are also scheduled.
 
Among the highlights of the show, Juniors and Young Riders will compete in the Nations Cup on May 3 on the Terrain d’Honneur (Field of Honour), the famous grass arena of the Grand Parquet. The Children's Cup will take place the following day, and the three Grand Prix will then be held on Sunday. 
 
To be part of the show, don’t delay – make your request through your National Federation!
 
May 9–12 : a CSI 2* presented by Horse Store Privé 
 
During the second weekend, from May 9–12, the Grand Parquet will host CSI 2*, 1*, Young Horses and Amateurs competitions as part of the international jumping show presented by Horse Store Privé. To participate as a competitor, hurry and make your request through your National Federation. 
 
And as is the case every year, GRANDPRIX CLASSIC will continue in July, with the GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Summer Tour. Stay tuned for more information! For more details, visit GRANDPRIX-CLASSIC.com. You can also follow GRANDPRIX Events on Facebook and Instagram.
 
To contact the GRANDPRIX CLASSIC team, please send an email to: showoffice@grandprixgroup.com 

 - T-50 days and counting to the 2019 GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break in France!


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