Agria takes on the role of title sponsor for the Nations Cup at Falsterbo Horse Show, ensuring the continuation of the prestigious and hugely popular  team competition on Swedish soil. “It feels great that we, together with the Falsterbo Horse Show, can present a team competition at an international level with the best nations in a year like this with many exciting events coming up. To be able to treat the Swedish audience to a genuine nail-biter is particularly exciting,” says Mikael Theorén, Country Manager at Agria.

The Agria Falsterbo Nations Cup will be a standalone event, following the same format as other Nations Cup events throughout 2024. In addition to Agria taking on the role as the title sponsor for the Agria Falsterbo Nations Cup from 2024 to 2028, the collaboration will also continue for the Falsterbo Derby qualifier, the Falsterbo Derby itself, and Icelandic horses.

“The Nations Cup has long been considered as one of the most prestigious competitions in international equestrian sports.This team jumping has been a cornerstone of the Falsterbo Horse Show since 1985, marking its 40th anniversary this year. This year we are taking an exciting step into the future as we welcome Agria as our new long-term partner. This collaboration not only signifies the ongoing development of the event but also symbolizes our commitment to maintaining a central role in international equestrian sports. ” says Jana Wannius, President of the Organizing Committee Falsterbo Horse Show.

The focus on the Nations Cup is part of Agria’s strategy to increase brand awareness among horse owners in Europe. Currently, Agria operates in five countries with horse insurance and digital veterinary care advice for horse owners.

In December, it was announced that Agria would take over the sponsorship of one of England’s oldest and most important show jumping events – the Royal International Horse Show and Nations Cup in the United Kingdom. The competition is now called the Agria Royal International Horse Show.

Read more here:

A new era for Hickstead with historic Agria deal.

Fjärås Hoppryttare was responsible for this year’s last qualifier for the Maya Delorez Children’s Challenge during the Gothenburg Summer Tour. With that, we can proudly present this year’s final crew.

Children’s Challenge is open to riders born 2007-2009.

The final is ridden in two rounds during the Falsterbo Horse Show. Round 1 takes place on 16th of July, assessment A, with assessment of the rider and horse as part of the final score. Round 2 takes place on 17th of July, assessment A: 1a, at the International Jumping Arena.

Congratulations to all talented Children riders and a warm welcome to Falsterbo Horse Show Sport Edition!

Linnea Åberg-CroninHard To Beat GFjälkestad
Betty NilssonCarinaFjälkestad
Lilly SmithHigh PeaFjälkestad
Linn ArvidssonCarncectionVärnamo
Alma BlommesköldCadorna de KlasetaVärnamo
Tuva LindellRob RoyVärnamo
Alicia SvenssonCalido 76Norrköping
Nelly LindgrenCatosca II ZNorrköping
Nora AnderssonNilia VD Bisschop eller CaliforniaNorrköping
(Carl-Hugo Westergren)(Call Girl 5) valt annan häst(Hammarö)
Valentina JarlJiveHammarö
Engla EstevezWinstonHammarö
Disa HammarstedtBambou Ideal HomeHammarö
Ida BrunåkerCarl 47Runsten
Filippa FantEl Nino Fly (SWB)Runsten
Stella HolmDarwinRunsten
Millie JohanssonBelladonna VFjärås
Tess IngelstenHltacji van LMFjärås
Carl-Hugo WestergrenCarmelitaFjärås


He has tried over and over again and finally he won Falstero Grand Prix.

– I was lucky today, secondplaced Emilio Bicocchi was really close, said Peder Fredricson.


– It was so much fun riding the Derby, said Peder Fredricson after the victory.

The last time a swede won was 2006. Peder sat on a fairly new horse.

-I just had him a couple of month but I really like him a lot. Not it’s up to the owner to decide about his future, said Peder Fredricson.


Longines Falstervo Grand Prix was the third victory for irish Billy Twomey in Falsterbo Horse Show 2018.

-So far I had an amazing week, said irish Twomey.

Three swedish riders were placed just after Twomey; 25-year old Irma Karlsson, Peder Fredricson and Malin Baryard Johnsson.

-The swedish riders are always dangerous, said Billy after the victory.


-I tried so many times to win Falsterbo Grand Prix and finally I made it, says top rider Steve Guerdat after winning Longines Falsterbo Grand Prix.

Swedish Peder Fredricson were really close but lost the game when All In almost jumped him out of the saddle in the jump off.
– I really wanted to win this class but it was just not my day yet, says Peder.



Ireland won the Falsterbo Derby presented by Gigaprint through Bertram Allen, he was followed by Shane Sweetnam and Cian O’Connor.



A strong team where each and every rider could be considered the team anchor. That’s how Malin Baryard Johnsson describes the Swedish team for the FEI Nations Cup™ at Falsterbo Horse Show.

Malin’s greatest memories from Falsterbo Horse Show are the two times she rode in the winning team for Sweden during the FEI Nations Cup™.
– It is more fun to win as a team, there is so much more happiness. Sweden has a magic audience and Falsterbo is the only team competition that we have at home, says Malin Baryard Johnsson.

This year, Sweden has some great riders and horses with lots of experience from international competitions like the FEI Nations Cup™.

To Falsterbo Horse Show, Malin is coming with her two horses H&M CueChanna and H&M Second Chance. For H&M Second Chance, Malin warns the other riders:
– watch out for H&M Second Chance , she’s a superstar!

malin baryard

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