Everything You Need to Know About the 2019 FEI World Cup Finals

The city of Gothenburg has been overtaken by the world’s best show jumpers from all over the world for the 2019 FEI Jumping World Cup Finals. Thirty-three show jumpers representing eighteen different countries have made their way to Sweden for this year’s showdown, including last year’s champion, the one and only Beezie Madden! We’ve got the breakdown by country below:


  • Max Kuhner


  • Niels Bruynseels
  • Pieter Devos
  • Francois Jr Mathy
  • Olivier Philippaerts


  • Luiz Felipe Pimenta Alves


  • Rodrigo Carrasco


  • Abdel Said


  • Kullo Kender


  • Olivier Robert
  • Kevin Staut


  • Christian Ahlmann
  • Ludger Beerbaum
  • Daniel Deusser


  • Lorenzo de Luca


  • Shino Hirota


  • Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski
  • Wojciech Wojcianiec

Republic of South Africa

  • Lisa Williams

Saudi Arabia

  • Khaled Abdulrahman Almobty


  • Eduardo Alvarez-Aznar


  • Peder Fredricson
  • Ima Karlsson
  • Henrik von Eckermann


  • Martin Fuchs
  • Steve Guerdat
  • Beat Mandli

United Arab Emirates

  • Abdullah Humaid Al Muhairi

United States

  • Georgina Bloomberg
  • Kelli Cruciotti
  • Eve Jobs
  • Beezie Madden
  • Devin Ryan

Competition begins today at 6 p.m. local time (Thursday, April 4th) with the first round which is Table C format set over a 1.60m course. The first round is a test of speed and agility, but we expect to see many riders hold back to have clear rounds to start off the competition.

Round two will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday the 5th and will be a traditional jump-off format over fences 1.50m-1.60m in height. The horses will have a rest day on Saturday to prepare for the grand finale this Sunday, April 7th which is a two-round showdown at 2 p.m.

United States fans will be happy to hear that Beezie Madden is returning with fan-favorite and last year’s champion Breitling LS to Sweden to contest for this year’s title. Fellow USA rider Eve Jobs shares the role of youngest rider competing this year with Khaled Abdulrahman Almobty (UAE) at just twenty years old.

Go Jumping!