From 18 to 22 September 2019, Domain Zangersheide is the center from which jumping talents conquer the world. This capstone is an established value in the world of jumping horses! The connectedness of sport, breeding and trade is displayed in an inimitable way for worldwide interest.

During the FEI / WBFSH Jumping  World Breeding Championships for Young Horses, five, six and seven year old horses compete for the world titles in three arenas with all-weather soil! And winning counts, as the podium gives the winners the appearance of a world title with on top a premium for breeder and rider!

Where are the new talents? That is the difficult task awaiting the jury during the Stallion Approval of Studbook Zangersheide. Promising and ambitious candidate stallions are critically viewed and reviewed. The best get a chance to prove themselves in breeding.

Also the best foals in the world are being auctioned at the Zangersheide Quality Auctions. Our auctions offer Z-breeders the opportunity to get a top price for their top products.

The older stallions play a leading role. In the FEI Sires of the World class, they can show their talent and jumping ability to the professional world. With this class, the circle is closed and every aspect of breeding will be covered during these 5 days in September. From foal to sport horse and from newly approved stallion to established stallion.

We hope to welcome you at our Zangersheide events.

Entry
Regular entry for our event is for free. Also children are more than welcome during our World Championships!

In addition, there is the option to purchase paying grandstand tickets on site. You can enjoy the final of the Belgian Championship on Saturday for 10 euros. While on Sunday, you can buy a grandstand ticket on site for the finals of the Young Horses at 15 euros/piece. Entry to our auction is paid: tickets are sold at 12.50 euros per person.

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