The CI 2022: Here is the programme!

Foto: Karin Sevink

It’s time for the countdown to the Central Inspection 2022. Here you find a brief summary of the programme so that you won’t miss anything.

Wednesday and Thursday: Semi-Final Pavo Fryso Cup

On Wednesday the 14th of September the semi-final of the Pavo Fryso Cup Dressage Aptitude Mares is on the programme. On Thursday the 15th it’s the stallions/geldings who take their turn.

Friday: first inspection day

The first inspection day takes place on Friday the 16th of September. It is the day for the foals, the yearlings and the 2-year-olds to enter the ring, plus an additional category for geldings. The third ring is for the 4- to 6-year-old Star mares as well as category 8a, the 4- to 6-year-old Crown mares.
In the afternoon it’s time for the Champion Inspection for the youngsters.

Friday afternoon: sport matinee

By now the the sport matinee has become a fixed asset on the Friday. It kicks off at 15:30 hrs with the separate finals of the Pavo Fryso Cup Dressage as well as Showdriving. New in the programme is a progeny show of offspring by Elias 494, Ulbrân 502 and Rommert 498.

Saturday: gearing up for the Overall Champion

Saturday the 17th of September is set to be a nice, full day. We’re off to an early start at 08:00 hrs and by 18:00 hrs it will be clear which mare can call herself Overall Champion of the Central Inspection 2022. In between there are two rings in the morning choc-a-bloc with 3-year-old mares, with 7-year-old and older Star mares and with the Crown mares (category b, c and d). And then the moment comes when we will get our answer to the question who will be registered as the new Model mares. And we haven’t even mentioned the fantastic showdriving classes, the presentation of the Xerxina Trophy and the honouring of the YoungKFPS Breeder of the Year! In short: it’s very much worth your while to find your way to Manege Gaasterland in Harich.
There’s free entry as well as free parking!

Click here for the complete programme of the CI 2022

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