Longines EEF Series Uggerhalne from 10-13 June 2021 -See Longines Timing and results here

Picture: Danish national team who won the Nations Cup (Emil Hallundbæk, Zacha N. Andreasen, Bo K. Møller, Andreas Schou and Konstantin Künnemann).

Equitour is over for now and what a great success! We would like to thank all participants for being a part of our show, we really enjoyed having you all there. We saw lots of great showjumping, some very difficult courses and got to enjoy the Danish National team winning on home ground – this Friday especially was an exciting day as the national teams were very close after the two rounds and ended in a super jump-off!

We would like to thank all of our incredible sponsors and everyone who supported this show.

Next year, we will hopefully be able to invite a lot of spectators, in order for all of you to get a chance to watch the show live.


Thanks for now and see you next year!


Picture: Jens Fredricson and Markan Cosmopolit.

With great weather we could end this amazing show with a super exciting Grand Prix! The course was complicated and caused some riders problems, and the jump-off finally constituted of 13 riders where only 8 of them had been clear in the first round. In the jump-off Jens Fredricson could demonstrate how much experience he has, and delivered a quick and solid round that resulted in victory with his super gelding Markan Cosmopolit, 10 years old by Cohiba 1198 - Jens this way was the only double clear!

On the second place came Japanese Mike Kawai and 11-year-old As de Mai by Apache d'Adriers, who delivered an incredibly fast round with one unlucky pole down in the jump-off.

Third place went to Stephen Moore with the Danish-bred Albert K by Heartbeat - Stephen and the 12-year-old gelding also had an unlucky pole down in the jump-off.

We would like to congratulate all riders on their super performances. 

Check the full list from the Grand Prix right here.

We would like to thank all our sponsors for making this show a reality and a huge thanks to all the riders who took the long road to compete here! We look forward to seeing you in the future and hopefully with more spectators. 


Picture: Andre Thieme and Contadur.

The course in the CEGO Medium tour caused many of the riders problems and the jump-off consisted of 6 riders representing 6 different nations!

Andre Thieme and Contadur started out with a solid clear and quick round that gave him the victory. On a second place came Jur Vrieling with Etoulon VDL and the third place went for Michael Pender who had the fastest round but unfortunately with one pole down.

We are ready for the Grand Prix at 14.00!

Picture: Felix Hassmann and Quiwitino WZ.


The last day of Equitour for now is on and the first class has finished. 

It was the Krafft Small Tour, where the victory went to German Felix Hassmann in a very quick round with Quiwitino WZ by Quiwi Dream. 

Tina Lund was definitely also on fire as she took not only the second place, but also the third place. 

The second place was with Centina by Dobel's Cento and the third place was with Cloi by Quirado!


Right now we are waiting for the first of two ranking classes of the day - the CEGO Medium Tour final which is starting at 10.00 

Later today at 14.00 the show will end with the exciting Helgstrand Grand Prix!

If you want to watch this exciting day live, you can find the live-streaming at ZibraSport Equest right here.

Moreover you can find all results live here.


We look forward to an exciting day!


Picture: Tina Lund


Picture: The winner of both Medium and Big tour, Constant Van Paesschen (Lester IX) 

Despite an awful wind today, we saw very nice riding at the big stadium in the medium and big tour this afternoon.


The Hay Hay Haylage Medium tour ended the following way:

1: Constant Van Paesschen and Lester IX by Lord Pezi.

2. Michael Pender and HHS Fortune by Catoki. 

3. Andrius Petrovas and Sherlock by Shandor 34.


The Helgstrand Big Tour ended the following way: 

1. Constant Van Paesschen and Vendetta Treize by Diamant de Semilly.

2. Thibeau Spits and Isolde vd Heffinck by Contact van de Heffinck.

3. Geoff Curran and HHS Clinstown by Obos Quality. 

Congratulations to the riders!

We look forward to a new day tomorrow. 

For live results, follow this link

For live-streaming from ZibraSport Equest, follow this link

Picture: Winner of the Krafft Small Tour, Hendrik-Jan Schuttert.

A lovely morning at Equitour stadium where we have now found the winner of the first class!

In a super fast and clear round Hendrik-Jan Schuttert from The Netherlands and Monte Carlos took the win followed by Tom Tarver- Priebe with Clearcut Xtreme and on a third place came Benedikte Rie Truelsen with Hait Ask.

Congratulations to all riders!

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