REGION SOUTH

Gorla Minore

24-28 April

Athens

29 May – 2 June

REGION CENTRAL

Mannheim

01-07 May

Bratislava

12-16 June

REGION WEST

Peelbergen

15-19 May

Luxembourg

05-09 June

REGION NORTH

Stutteri Ask

15-19 May

Drammen

05-09 June

SEMIFINALS

Deauville

19-23 June

Budapest

10-14 July

FINAL

Warsaw

5-8 September

Longines EEF Series Newsroom

Preview: Longines EEF Series Final
September 12, 2023

In a culmination of nine action-packed Longines EEF Series Regional Qualifiers and Semi-Finals between 29 nations and 250 riders this season, the final of the 2023 Series is at long last upon us!

Ten incredibly talented and competitive nations come together in Warsaw, Poland this Sunday (17 September) to make their bid to be crowned the Series Champions.

With reining two-time winners Italy missing out on a spot in the Final, there will be a new name engraved on the trophy in 2023 and our nations have it all to play for.

Host nation, Poland, will be a team surely determined to perform at their absolute best to make their home crowd proud. Joining them are hot favourites, France who won their semi-final on home turf in Deauville back in June, along with Ebreichsdorf semi-final winners and strong contenders, The Netherlands, with team stalwart Henk Frederiks leading the charge on board his Horse of the Year nominee, Impian D. Both France and the Netherlands have three wins each this season, making them the top performing teams, with France racking up 8 double clears across the competitions.

Hot on their heels are an equally ambitious Swiss team with strong Belgian, Spanish and Swedish contingents who will all be vying for their places on the podium, along with the dark horses of the Series, Ukraine and Slovakia who have both excelled in their Regional Qualifiers and Semi-Finals this year. Last but by no means least is team Austria, who arrive with their full European bronze medal-winning team, with particular note to Katharina Rhomberg and Alessandra Reich who have been regular competitors in the Series this season and whose top rides Cuma 5 and Oeli R were also nominees for Series HOY.

There is a host of talent flocking to Warsaw but only one team will become Longines EEF Series champion. Be sure to follow all the action this Sunday 17th from 11am (CEST) with clipmyhorse.tv.

Start lists and results: Longines Timing
Live stream: clipmyhorse.tv
Social channels: Longines EEF Series / Warsaw Jumping
Competing nations: Austria, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine.