The Dutch Masters: much at stake

The Dutch Masters 2021, part of the Rolex Grand Salm of Show Jumping, will host the first equestrian Major of the year. After more than a year of uncertainty, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent Equine Virus (EHV-1), organisers of this year’s show are delighted to welcome many of the world’s best riders and their horses to compete at the legendary Brabanthallen over three days of world-class equestrian competition.

As with each of the four Majors that comprise the Rolex Grand Slam – The Dutch Masters; CHIO Aachen; CSIO Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ and CHI Geneva – this year’s edition of The Dutch Masters will peak on the Sunday afternoon with the Rolex Grand Prix, with elite riders – including 15 out of the current world top 20 – battling it out to become the new Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping live contender.

Live Contender
As a result of winning the Rolex Grand Prix at CHI Geneva in December 2019, current world number three-ranked rider and Rolex Testimonee, Martin Fuchs comes to The Dutch Masters, as the live Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping contender. The Swiss rider will do whatever it takes to ensure he remains live contender going into the CSIO Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ in September.

The USA’s Kent Farrington, a two-time Major winner (CHI Geneva 2017 and CHIO Aachen 2019), will travel to ‘s-Hertogenbosch with his gelding Creedance and mare Austria 2. Farrington will also be seeking victory and in doing so will secure an additional bonus after his victory in Aachen.

It will be an exciting battle as they face stiff competition from the many top riders who are all capable of winning this prestigious Rolex Grand Prix.
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