2024 CDI Jardy: a Celebration of Dressage Sport, Final Qualification Moment for Paris

Sun, 04/07/2024 - 11:11
2024 CDI Jardy
2024 CDI Jardy

The 2024 CDI Jardy on the outskirt of Versailles, where the 2024 Olympic Games will be hosted in August, will be particularly special this year as a celebration of international dressage sport. The 3* competition will be one of the final moments to obtain qualification scores for Olympic selection.

The CDI Jardy will be held on 14 - 16 June 2024 in an ideal spot on the calendar for those Olympic hopefuls who can not ride at the CDIO's in Rotterdam and Aachen. 

Olympic Flair

The CDI 3* at Haras de Jardy offers all facilities for the demanding dressage rider.  

West of the bustling capital of France, Jardy is only a stone's throw away from the glorious Versailles royal palace, where the equestrian Olympics will take place.  The 75 hectare estate is a horse paradise with Norman style buildings, spacious arenas, and plenty of green park and paddocks surrounding the property.

With an ideally situated "Orangerie" restaurant, offering round the clock catering and an outdoor terrace, Jardy combines the French bon vivant lifestyle with top level horse action. The main arena has been equipped with new ebb and flow footing for ideal showing conditions. 

Olympic Ground Jury

President of the ground jury, Mariette Almasy,
judging in Jardy
The ground jury will feature no less than three judges  - Raphael Saleh, Isobel Wessels and Magnus Ringmark - who will also officiate at the Olympics, providing an excellent opportunity to present one's horse in front of these judges in the lead-up to Paris. 

This trio will officiate alongside 5* judges Ulrike Nivelle (GER), Jean Michel Roudier (FRA), Enzo Truppa (ITA) and Susan Hoevenaars (AUS). They are supported by 3/4* judges Janine van Twist, Sven Rothenberger, Miguel Gonçalves, and Mariette Almasy, who serves as the president of the ground jury. 

Enter Now

This CDI 3* offers the full range of classes: from young horses through all youth divisions (children, pony, junior, young riders, U25). The senior riders can compete in an amateur small tour, a regular 1* small tour, the 2* medium tour and a 3* big tour. 

International dressage sport in Jardy
with the historic Haras in the background
The Grand Prix tour has room for 45 riders and there is a purse of 11,000 euro to be won. 

The FEI schedule is online and this CDI is open for entries. 

Discover Haras de Jardy at www.harasdejardy.com

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