Press release, 03/11/2020
CANCELLATION OF JUMPING INTERNATIONAL DE BORDEAUX 2021
Given the latest government announcements, it is with great regret that Congrès et Expositions de Bordeaux announces the cancellation of the physical edition of Jumping International de Bordeaux for 2021, and also le Salon du Cheval de Bordeaux, which were due to take place from 4 to 7 February.
Press release, 09/02/2020
Grand Prix Land Rover (1,60 m)
Frenchman Julien Epaillard’s day !
What a day for French rider Julien Epaillard who, after winning the speed class this morning (the Prix France Bleu) with Alibi de la Roque, won the prestigious Land Rover Grand Prix with his 12-year-old bay mare, Queeletta! Last year’s winner Félicie Bertrand takes second place with the energetic Sultane des Ibis. A French double, supported by an exceptional public "carrying an energy that we and our horses can feel" according to Epaillard, that concludes this exceptional 46th edition of the Jumping of Bordeaux.
Press release, 08/02/2020
Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™
Steve Guerdat writes history in Bordeaux!
To win the World Cup in Bordeaux is always a special moment in a rider’s career as it adds his name to a prestigious list comprising greatest sportsmen of the discipline since 45 years. Today, it is an equally prestigious rider and world number one Swiss Steve Guerdat who adds his name to this hall of fame. A beautiful victory after a competition so exciting it almost deserves an Oscar for best scenario!
Press release, 08/02/2020
Devoucoux Indoor Derby: French Karim Laghouag takes revenge
The very popular Devoucoux Indoor Derby, a “crossover” between a crosscountry course and a show jumping course, is undoubtedly Friday’s highlight at the International Jumping of Bordeaux. Deprived of a fourth victory last year by the Individual Olympic Champion, German Michael Jung, French Karim Laghouag had his revenge taking his fourth victory on Friday evening.
Steve Guerdat world number 1 in Bordeaux
Press release, 06/02/2020
The Swiss had been world leader for the first time in November 2012, then again in January 2019, a status he retained throughout the year before he lost it last January to his countryman and friend, the young Martin Fuchs. But this break will have been very short since the Swiss king has just regained his throne and returns to Bordeaux with his crown. A leadership he deserves not only on the sporting level, but also on a moral level, as this charismatic rider is the most fervent defender of the purity of this sport. An example? As the title holder, he is automatically qualified for the World Cup final which will take place mid-April in Las Vegas therefore he does not need qualification points. However, he wanted, as he does every year, to come to the Jumping International de Bordeaux because it is a competition whose values are in line with his.
JUMPING INTERNATIONAL DE BORDEAUX : The equestrian event for everyone
Press release, 10th December 2019
The sporting emotions, the high-level competition, the World Cups ... this is above all the soul and the essence of the Jumping International de Bordeaux. A flagship event of the international equestrian circuit, but also the French international sports calendar. Every year, the oldest French stage of the FEI Longines World Cup attracts the best athletes of the showjumping world. Later were added to this the world's leading drivers and then the international eventing champions. In this Olympic year, they will all be back in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, from February 6th to 9th, 2020, at the Parc des Expositions in Bordeaux. But the Jumping International de Bordeaux is also a fair that is growing year by year with spaces dedicated to breeding, a night of entertainment, an Equine Health Forum with conferences for professionals and amateurs and a set of events taking place on the grounds of the show.