Welcome to FEI Equestrian World. The series that opens its doors to world equestrianism. We will meet up with the top riders from around the world, travel to find out the latest FEI competitions and reflect on the most memorable past editions that got engraved in the history of FEI.
Personalities, lifestyle, news and the results of the latest most prestigious events await in FEI Equestrian World as we jump straight into the action of the equine community.
In this month's show, we look back on Boyd Exell's memorable 2018 driving season and travel to Reykjavik to learn more about the Icelandic Horse breed. Also, we will be visiting Gina Schumacher in Geneva to catch up on the action from the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping series. Welcome to FEI Equestrian World.
This time, we are in Bordeaux to find out who will be crowned the FEI Driving World Cup Champion and we return to Iceland to learn more about their equine enterprises. We will also visit one of the leading coachbuilders in the world to see how horseboxes are made and travel to Abu Dhabi for the series opener of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup.
This time, we go to the United Arab Emirates with showjumper Abdullah Mohammed Al Marri and meet the next generation of farriers training at Myerscough College in the north west of England. Moreover, we reflect on the 2018 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Final with defending champion Beezie Madden and we visit Ireland's dressage star Judy Reynolds in Germany.
In this month's episode, we go behind the scenes with Patrik Kittel at the FEI Dressage World Cup Final in Gothenburg and follow the action to find out who will become the champion the year. We will also meet some of the sport's top athletes who have their sights on lifting the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup trophy and catch up on all the vaulting action from the finals in Saumur, France.
We travel to the United States for the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day event. Then, we talk with Animal Chiropractor Nika Vorster regarding the health of horses. Afterwards we will meet the family behind the historic Club Hipico in Coapexpan, Mexico, and catch up on the latest action from the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup series.
In this week's episode we are in Canada to find out who qualified for the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final in the North and Central America and Caribbean division. Then, we visit Mount St John Equestrian in Yorkshire, England, to learn about the breeding of dressage horses. We will also visit a therapeutic riding school on Vancouver Island before catching up on the action from the FEI Eventing Nations Cup. Don't miss out!
We return to Canada to meet more children who are benefiting from equine therapy before heading to Poland to enjoy the third leg of the FEI Eventing Nations Cup in Strzegom. Then, we will discover how a charity is helping to improve the lives of working horses in Mexico and we will reflect on the 2017 FEI European Jumping final with champion Peder Fredricson.
In this week's episode we will meet a former FEI World Jumping Champion and some of his most famous horses at his house in the Netherlands. Then, we go to Athens to see how an organisation is helping rehabilitate and rehome equines throughout Greece.
In the second part of today's show we will be focussing on the Longines FEI European Championship for Dressage, Para-Dressage and Jumping. You are in for a ride!
In this episode of FEI Equestrian World, we travel to the Longines FEI Eventing European Championships in Germany and learn more about a machine that helps create the perfect arena footing for horses. We will then return to Mexico to see how a farriery training school improves the lives of working equines. Finally, we will look ahead to one of the most important team jumping events taking place soon.
In FEI Equestrian World we meet the Riding for the Disabled Association to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Also, we will bring you all the latest news from the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup final in Barcelona before travelling to the USA to visit a blind horse that has captured the world's attention. Then we will learn about a project that's connecting urban communities with the equestrian world.
This month's episode is dedicated to the 2019 FEI Awards Gala presented by Longines, held in the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow, Russia. It celebrates its 11th anniversary and it will be hosted for a second time by dressage ace Juan Matute Guimon and paralympic gold medallist Natasha Baker. Find out all the action of this spectacular event!
Tonight's episode of FEI Equestrian World is a special one. Dressage top rider Juan Matute Guimón welcomes us to the best moments of 2019. New champions have been crowned, legends have cemented their legacies and emotional farewells and spectacular sport have dominated in the equestrian world. As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are around the corner, we will reflect on the best moments of the year.