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










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




  • CDI Ypaja (March 20-22)


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

🇩🇪Germany 🇩🇪


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.


All Italian sporting events are suspended.




🇳🇿New Zealand🇳🇿




  • 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 We at the Nation Media team will keep you posted with further updates as they develop.

Shelby Allen contributed to this report.