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Competitors

Every year, the Carriage Driving World Cup known as the Formula 1 of equestrian sports ranks among the elite of sporting events in the equestrian world. The very best drivers compete against each other at the different venues.

Budapest will be welcoming Belgian Glenn Geerts who has triumphed in the team competition, Swiss Jérôme Voutaz, silver medallist at the 2017 World Cup, the Dutch father and son pair, four-times world champion Ijsbrand Chardon and his son, Bram Chardon, will compete against each other, and naturally Hungarian fans will have somebody to especially cheer on in the December competition because among these stars is multiple Hungarian champion József Dobrovitz as well.

During the Budapest stage on the 1st and 2nd December, prior to the World Cup rounds the audience can enjoy a world premiere show entitled Whisperers, starring three giants of equestrianism, Monty Roberts, Lorenzo, and Pignon.

Versenyzők

Multiple Hungarian champion and winner of the Hungarian Derby
Silver medallist of the 2011 Carriage Driving World Cup
Read more – https://www.fei.org/athlete/10000351/DOBROVITZ-Jozsef

Two-times Swiss champion
Silver medallist of the 2017 Carriage Driving World Cup
Read more – https://www.fei.org/athlete/10100217/VOUTAZ-Jerome

Multiple Belgian champion (team)
This year, entrant in the World Cup (individual)
Read more – https://www.fei.org/athlete/10035866/GEERTS-Glenn

Multiple Dutch champion
Three-times Carriage Driving World Cup champion
Read more – https://www.fei.org/athlete/10000358/CHARDON-Ijsbrand

Pony carriage driving world champion
Full-size carriage driving competitor since 2016
Read more – https://www.fei.org/athlete/bram-chardon-ned

Versenykiírás

World Cup calendar

  • Lyon (FRA)
 31.10-04.11.2018
  • Stuttgart (GER) 
14-18.11.2018
  • Maastricht (NED)
 23-25.11.2018
  • Stockholm (SWE) 
30.11-02.12.2018
  • Budapest (HUN) 
1-2.12.2018v
  • Geneva (SUI) 
6-9.12.2018
  • London Olympia (GBR)
 17-23.12.2018
  • Mechelen (BEL)
 26-30.12.2018
  • Leipzig (GER)
 17-20.01.2019
  • The Final
Bordeaux (FRA)
 7-10.02.2019

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