Horse & Country is all set to live stream the world’s leading dressage and showjumping competitors in action as they head to The Dutch Masters 2020 from March 12 to 15 in the Brabanthallen in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
The event is one of the four top events that are part of the prestigious Rolex Grand Slam of Showjumping. Together with CHI Genève, CSIO Spruce Meadows Masters and CHIO Aachen, The Dutch Masters attracts the very best riders and horses in the sport.
The two Rolex Grand Prix qualifiers – the VDL Grope Prijs 1.50m class on Friday, March 13 at 8.45pm and the Audi Prijs 1.50m competition on Saturday, March 14 at 9pm will both be broadcast live on Horse & Country in the UK, Netherlands and Sweden for the first time ever.
This will be followed by live streaming of the big one – the Rolex Grand Prix, with jumps standing at a massive 1.60m on Sunday, March 15 at 3.15pm.
Offering an extensive jumping programme over the four days, with the Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon providing a spectacular finish, the first Rolex Grand Slam Major of the year is set to thrill spectators as riders face the ultimate challenge of the sport once again.
The top three riders on the FEI World Ranking List will compete in ‘s-Hertogenbosch with Martin Fuchs, Steve Guerdat and Daniel Deusser all confirming their attendance.
This series is hotly contested as one of the toughest in equestrian sport, offering the biggest prize money. Any rider that can consecutively win three Majors at Geneva in Switzerland, `s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands, Aachen in Germany, or Spruce Meadows in Canada receives a €1m bonus.
With a host of dressage action also attracting the elite of the sport, viewers are in for a treat across both disciplines – it has to be Horse & Country – where else would you want to be this March!
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