Preparing for Falsterbo Horse Show 2021 is a challenge but our hopes and ambitions have constantly been to maintain this year’s event.

And we will, with complete focus on the sport. We are therefore calling this year’s Show:
Falsterbo Horse Show Sport Edition

Following the Swedish government’s recent announcements that at least 500 visitors will be allowed at outdoor events, we have revised our programme. Itwill be published on our website www.falsterbohorseshow.comon Thursday 20thMay.

Saturday 10thJuly to Monday 12thJuly:
The Show will open with three days of dressage, from ponies and the youngster Folksam Open to national Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle. All this in our top level dressage arena.

Wednesday 14thJuly to Sunday 18thJuly:
Showjumping in the International Arena with six international CSI3* competitions, including Agria Falsterbo Derby and Falsterbo Grand Prix. We will also maintain our national competitions with the Finals of the Folksam Elitallsvenska and 7-Star, all youngster classes as well as the Pony and Young Rider Grand Prix.
The Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Swedenwill be postponed and will be back as usual on Friday 15thJuly 2022 with the world’s strongest teams coming to Falsterbo to fight for a win.

It’s time to think of what to give to your near and dear ones for Christmas 2013.

Now you need to think no more! The tickets to FHS 2013 will be released the 1st of december!

Buy your tickets here;

Due to tradition, the annual soccer game took place as always; on Saturday night with a loud audience and packed VIP stands. The bets were set and expecttions high; Two teams, both making everything to win. After a fast and challenging game, it soon stood clear; it was the night of “Falsterbo Finest”. With 4-2 and with players as soccer champion Henke Larsson and Dedde Wannius, they were scoring gold in 2012’s annual game.

Falsterbo Finest
Bengt Andersson
Dedde Wannius
Patrik Andersson
Roger Andersson
Henrik Larsson
Annika Fiore
Niklas Skoog
Rutger Hagstad
Henrik Johnsson
Jussi Riihijärvi
Niklas Sundström

Daniel Zetterman
Henrik Ekwall
Anton Jönsjö
Kim Bladh
Jimmy Björk
Pontus Westergren
Jacob Ling Vannerus
Tony Jonsson
David Will
Paul Hoffman
Viggo Björklund
Oscar Nelson Danevad
David Thulin
Ebbe Hellsing
Marcus Skytt

Today’s Falsterbo bunny jumping, that took place at the big international showjumping arena, was an international quarrel between Great Britain and Sweden. In this class they were assessed by “assessment C” in which any faults gives two penalty seconds. There were two rabbits in each team and it was the total time that counted.

Starting country was Swedish Angelica Augustsson and her “wild card” rabbit Grenens Moryo. When being young, Angelica Augustsson had rabbits, and despite that fact, this was her first start ina bunny jumping competition. The team had an impressive round with the time 10.2 seconds.

Second to start it was Britain’s William Funnell and his team mate “Flamencos Great Champion Golden Jubilee”. This too, was a debut for William Funnell, even though it was hard to believe when they took of in full speed over the fences. The clock stopped at 11.13 seconds.

Third rabbit and “rider” Sveriges Linda Heed have had alot of experience in the field of bunny jumping, and with this under her sleeve, high expectations were set. But her rabbit Amores Grand Champion Perspicious wasn’t really “on the aids” and clearly would rather be a part of the audience than in the ring. After some discussions they finally finished on 41 seconds.

The last rabbit and his “rider” Robert Smith had therefor no pressure, and sunday-strolled themselves to the finish line. The rabbit Rappedalens Pistagenöt and Robert showed great technique and talent, and it is without exaggerating we can say; They both have a golden future together!

Congratulations Grat Britain!

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