The biggest horse show in the world is coming to the Great Plains March 29-April 2, 2017, and you’re all invited! It’s only been two years since the World Cup was held in the states, but Nebraska is eager to show they can put on every bit as big of a show as Las Vegas did in 2015.

“With so much interest in ticket sales already, we anticipate that the all-session tickets will sell quickly,” said Lisa Roskens, Chairman of the Omaha Equestrian Foundation. “We are really looking forward to welcoming the world’s best horses, riders and fans from around the world to Omaha next year for what we are committed to making the best FEI World Cup Finals ever held!”

If you thought Omaha was just a town in the cornfields, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the big spread of downtown amenities, the beautiful river views, the rich charming history, and the stunning CenturyLink Convention Center where the World Cup Finals will convene.

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Spectators who want to experience the excitement of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final (as well as the FEI World Cup Dressage Final) now have a variety of individual and all-session ticket package options. All-session tickets range from $145-$365 depending on location. Each all-session package includes admission to five sessions.

Omaha is a fitting location for the finals, as it has an incredibly rich history. The Union Stockyards, which you can still visit in the “Old Market” area of downtown, used to house the largest ranch horse market in the world. More than 20,000 livestock animals, including horses, were moved through the stockyards every day.

 Omaha Stockyards, 1914.  Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

You can get all the detailed information and purchase your tickets here: