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    Competition of over 200 horses and riders from all over Europe – Warsaw Jumping at Służewiec Racecourse

    From this Thursday until Sunday, the Służewiec Racecourse is a host of the competition of over 200 horses and riders from all over Europe. The event in Służewiec includes races, shows, trade fairs and attractions for the whole family. As part of Warsaw Jumping international competitions it attracts attention of not only the equestrian world, but also business, culture and politics. The high profile of the event and the attractive prize pool of more than PLN 1,900,000, guarantee the attendance of key European show jumping stars.

     

    Warsaw Jumping is one of the few events in the world that connects two areas – Olympic show jumping and horse racing. A total of 13 jumping competitions are held and four of are included in the world ranking. The most important of them is the Longines EEF Nations Cup Final.

    Representatives of 11 countries will take part in the fight for the final: Austria, Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Portugal, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Italy, and Poland as the host. The total prize pool of all competitions in show jumping held as part of Warsaw Jumping is PLN 1,900,000.

    Jarosław Skrzyczyński and his 11-year-old Olimpic Star mare seized their victory this morning in the opening two-phase competition of Warsaw Jumping CSIO4* for the prize of Fundacja Lotto. Michał Kaźmierczak won the two-phase CSIO4* contest for the prize of Traf Zakłady Wzajemne.

    Here is the latest Warsaw Jumping program! Exciting competitions awaits us, including:
    – on Friday at 3:30PM GRAND PRIX CSIO4* for the @pkn.orlen award
    – on Saturday at 2:00PM CSIO4* competition for the @pkobp award and at 8:00PM GRAND PRIX CSI2* for the @lotto.pl award
    – on Sunday, the longed-for @longines EEF Series Final at 11:00 AM!
    Stay with us, and if you don’t have tickets yet, go to eBilet.pl!

     

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