Rolling Updates: Equestrian Events Canceled/Modified Due to COVID-19 [Updated 3/30]

If you’re wondering whether or not an upcoming show is still on, Nation Media is on it.  Here is a list of the equestrian events that have been modified or cancelled due to COVID-19.  

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This page will be updated daily. Last update: 3/30 at 9:22am CST.

🇺🇸United States🇺🇸

The USEA has suspended all recognized events through May 3. In accordance with the FEI, the USEF has issued a recommendation that all competitions be suspended through May 3

Eventing:

Hunter/Jumper:

Dressage:

Breed:

Racing:

Other:

🇦🇺Australia🇦🇺

🇧🇪Belgium🇧🇪

🇨🇦Canada🇨🇦

All EC sanctioned competitions and activities are suspended until April 12, 2020.

🇨🇳China🇨🇳

🇩🇰Denmark🇩🇰

🇫🇮Finland🇫🇮

  • CDI Ypaja (March 20-22)

🇫🇷France🇫🇷

France now restricting gatherings to 10 people, so all competitions are canceled. 

🇩🇪Germany 🇩🇪

🇮🇪Ireland🇮🇪

Horse Sport Ireland is recommending that all competitions that exceed the government stated limits of indoor (max 100 persons) or outdoor (500 person) gatherings should be postponed through March 29.

🇮🇹Italy🇮🇹

All Italian sporting events are suspended.

🇯🇵Japan🇯🇵

🇲🇽Mexico🇲🇽

🇳🇱Netherlands🇳🇱

🇳🇿New Zealand🇳🇿

🇵🇱Poland🇵🇱

🇪🇸Spain🇪🇸

🇨🇭Switzerland🇨🇭

  • FEI Sports Forum (April 6-7 in Lausanne): moved online
  • Longines Masters of Lausanne (June 18-21): canceled

🇬🇧United Kingdom🇬🇧

As of 3/16, all British Eventing shows have been canceled with immediate effect.

Please send cancelled/modified equestrian event listings to tips@eventingnation.com. We at the Nation Media team will keep you posted with further updates as they develop.

Shelby Allen contributed to this report.