The Dutch Masters: first top riders confirm participation

This year will be different, but this edition will also offer equestrian sport at the highest level. In that respect nothing has changed. All equestrian fans can watch the top performances of both the jumping and dressage riders in their own living room for three days (12-14 March). All competitions can be seen on either television or the live stream on The Dutch Masters’ website and social media channels.

“It is good for the morale that we succeeded in offering top sport in The Netherlands again in these special circumstances,” according to The Dutch Masters’ sports director Frank Kemperman, who is very please with the first confirmations. “The reactions of the top riders are very positive to the news that they again are able to come to the Brabanthallen. The two world’s numbers 1, Isabell Werth and Steve Guerdat, have already confirmed to travel to ‘s-Hertogenbosch.”

Like every year the traditional highlights will be the Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon and the FEI Dressage World CupTM Freestyle on Saturday afternoon. The qualifications for the Rolex Grand Prix, part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, will be staged on Friday evening (VDL Groep Prize) and Saturday evening (Audi Prize).

The full programme is published on the website of The Dutch Masters. The starting times are subject to change.
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