Winner of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Falsterbo 2022, Belgium

On Friday, July 14, it’s finally time for the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup. Now we know which eight teams will join the nerve-wracking team jumping in Falsterbo. Six teams participating in the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup series are allocated through the international federation FEI, and two teams are invited by the Organizing Committee of the Falsterbo Horse Show. The eight teams are;

Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, and the USA.

2019, Sweden won in front of the home crowd in Falsterbo.

If we look back at the results lists for the last 10 years, the Netherlands is the nation that has had the most victories in the Nations Cup in Falsterbo, 2015, 2017 and 2018. Sweden won last time in 2019, and in 2022 it was Belgium who brought the win back home.

Tickets for the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup 

The new concept for the Nations Cup was decided yesterday when the FEIs borad on the annual FEI meeting in Istanbul.
The new rules starts Jan 1st, 2013 and the new name for a 4-year period will be; Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™.

The new rules means that the Nations Cup will be done in two divisions, and the teams from both divisions will meet in a final in the end of September.

The best 8 teams from 2012 year’s season will ride in division 1.
To ride division 2, the rest of the teams will qualify, division 2 will moreover run in various nations.
In Europe, six team from Division 1 and three teams from Division 2 will go to the finals in the end of September.

Sweden competes in division 2 next year, and Falsterbo Horse Show will still be one of the eight host venues.
In Falsterbo, Sweden will, just like previous years, start with one team i the competition.

The complete rules for the Nations Cup will be presented on the FEI:s website.

This year it was the starstruck Frenchman Olivier Robert, and his mount Belle Rock, who easily took the prestigious victory in JMS Falsterbo Derby. A fantastic performance of Olivier Robert and his very courageous mare that is just since five month in his stable.

The Falsterbo Derby course is a test of strength for both horse and rider. It is 1200 meters long and half of barriers consist of so-called natural barriers.
There were only two riders who manged to do a clear round. Besides Olivier Robert also managed Irishman Captain David O’Brien with Mo Chroi. The Frenchman won by riding over two seconds faster in the jump-off.

– I have a super horse, explains Olivier Robert happily. She has never done a derby before, but is perfect at everything.

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