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August 6-14, 2022


The 2022 FEI World Championships will be hosted in Herning, Denmark, this summer from August 6-15, 2022, and feature four international disciplines, including dressage, para dressage, vaulting, and jumping. The FEI World Championships are held every four years, and were formerly held with all eight international disciplines together in one location, and are the pinnacle for equestrian sport serving as one of two Olympic qualifying events for the disciplines of dressage, eventing, show jumping, and para dressage. In 2022, the competition will be held at MCH Messecenter Herning, also known as Stutteri ASK Stadium during the event. To learn more about the ECCO 2022 FEI World Championships Herning, please visit herning2022.com. US Equestrian will field four teams during the championship with a team competing in jumping, dressage, para dressage, and vaulting. 

The FEI World Championships are held in the middle of the summer Olympic quadrennial and are one of the largest events on the global equestrian sporting calendar. For the first time since 1990, these championships will be split across the disciplines, with eventing, driving, and endurance beind held later this fall at two different venues in Italy. 

 

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News and Updates

Ward and Moggre Out of Individual Final After Tough Night Under the Lights in Herning

by U.S. Equestrian Communications Department | Aug 12, 2022, 5:04 PM EST

Herning, Denmark – Both McLain Ward & Brian Moggre saw their time in Herning come to an end this evening under the lights in Stutteri ASK Stadium after a tough championship week for the NetJets U.S. Jumping Team. Moggre and Balou du Reventon, finished with four jumping faults and a handful of time faults after a miscommunication on course, while Ward opted to retire Contagious midway through their round. The Agria FEI World Jumping Individual Final will conclude competition on Sunday,...

Rebecca Hart and El Corona Texel Take Home Bronze Medal in Orifarm Healthcare FEI World Para Dressage Individual Grade III Championship presented by Elsass Fonden

by U.S. Equestrian Communications Department | Aug 11, 2022, 7:34 PM EST

Herning, Denmark – Rebecca Hart (Wellington, Fla.) and El Corona Texel secured the first medal of the games for the U.S. contingent, bringing home an individual bronze medal in the Orifarm Healthcare FEI World Para Dressage Individual Grade III Championship presented by Elsass Fonden. The duo received a 73.147 percent for third, while Tobias Thorning Joergensen (DEN) and Jolene Hill took gold with a 78.676 percent and Natasha Baker (GBR) and Keystone Dawn Chorus earned silver on a 73.970...

NetJets U.S. Jumping Team Finishes Eleventh in First Round of Team Competition, Narrowly Missing Qualification for Team Final

by U.S. Equestrian Communications Department | Aug 11, 2022, 6:57 PM EST

Herning, Denmark – The NetJets U.S. Jumping Team concluded team competition today in the Agria FEI World Jumping Championships in eleventh place, just missing out on qualification for round two of team competition, which will be held tomorrow under the lights in Stuterri ASK Stadium. Only the top ten teams from Round I qualified to move forward to tomorrow’s final, with McLain Ward and Contagious, as well as Brian Moggre and Balou du Reventon, moving forward as individual...

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