[#OFFICIALSUPPLIER] My Groom, official supplier of GRANDPRIX CLASSIC !

My Groom is your partner in the service of well-being and hygiene in the stables thanks to its magic machine of a formidable efficiency to wash your saddle pad and stable rug. The Machine My Groom is also the only one in the world to care for all your leathers! In only 20 minutes your leathers are clean, soft, shiny and disinfected. On top of that, there is no need to rub or rinse: My Groom washes all textiles: stable rug, saddle pad, back pad, jackets…

More than 2000 teams are already equipped and CDN Horse sells My Groom and its innovative products throughout France and already in more than 10 countries: England, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Portugal…

It is therefore a great honour for GRANDPRIX CLASSIC to count My Groom among its official suppliers on the CSI* (1.40m Grand Prix) on Sunday July 21 which will take place on the Petit Parquet. The winner of the event will have the pleasure to have a My Groom machine at its disposal for 6 months with all the associated products! Many My Groom products are also to be won for the eight ranked riders in this great event. Demonstrations will also be organized throughout the day on the My Groom stand.

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[INFO] Information and schedule for this week, from May 9 to May 12

The second week of GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break starts tomorrow with a CSI 2* and 1* as well as a CSI Amateur and a CSI Young Horses presented by PremiumMares.  

For the Young Horses classes, it is the opportunity to collect the first points for the PremiuMares Challenges. At the end of GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break, Summer Tour and LONGINES DEAUVILLE CLASSIC (only for 7 years old), the Challenge will reward the best Young Horses of 6 and 7 years old.  The two winning riders will win a 4 to 5 day trip to Greece offered by PremiuMares! To find out more, it’s this way.

Don’t forget the Ladies & Gentleman circuit: it consists of three classes – one per day – which are an integral part of the CSI 1*. However, these classes are closed to riders competing in the CSI 2*, allowing riders participating in the Ladies & Gentleman Tour to be “protected”. The three classes of the Ladies & Gentlemen Tour will take place on the Petit Parquet: Friday 10 May (1.30m), Saturday 11 May (1.30 May) and Sunday 12 May (1.35m). To find out more, it’s this way.

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

  • Arrival times for boxes and parking

From Wednesday evening until 8pm and on Thursday morning from 7am.

  • Passport registration and accreditations

In the show office (under the Main stand) on Thursday from 8am

  • Veterinary visit

From 11am to 5pm on Thursday May 9th on the Puits Cormier arena
Priority to young horses (6 and 7 years old)

  • Free training

On Carrière de Diane on Thursday, May 1
On the Puits Cormier arena on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  • Entries

Sign up at the show office or the Equipe Online application the day before for the next day.
Warning: Closing time 30 minutes after the last class of the day.

 

Find below the GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break schedule from May 9 to 12:

[CHALLENGESPREMIUMARES] Flashback : Taisie de Gruchy prenait la tête du Challenge PremiuMares en 2018

Après le succès de l’année dernière, les challenges PremiuMares sont de retour pour une seconde édition à GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break, GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Summer Tour et au LONGINES DEAUVILLE CLASSIC. Comment ça marche ? Toutes les épreuves Jeunes Chevaux de six et sept ans permettent de cumuler des points. Les deux cavaliers gagnants remporteront un voyage de 4 à 5 jours en Grèce offert par PremiuMares !

C’est donc dans seulement quelques jours que la première étape à GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break se déroulera !  L’année dernière, à l’issue de l’étape de mai, le classement provisoire était serré du côté des 7 ans. Avec 250 points, Live The Life et sa cavalière Taisie de Gruchy se sont imposés et prenaient la tête du Challenge. Juste derrière, le champion Olympique Philippe Rozier cumulait 212,5 points grâce à Le Coultre de Muze. Enfin, un second britannique prenait la troisième place du classement : Joe Clee engrangea en effet 190 points grâce à son hongre Thunder G Z. Mais la seconde étape à GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Summer Tour avait largement bousculé le classement…

A cette occasion, nous vous proposons un retour sur la performance de Taisie de Gruchy en vidéo par ICI. Qui prendra la relève cette année ?

Pour en savoir plus sur PremiuMares, rendez-vous sur leur site.
Suivez également PremiuMares sur leur page Facebook & Instagram.

[RESULTS – CSI U25] Manon Ravenel, winner of the Prix CWD on the Terrain d’Honneur

This afternoon, on the mythical arena of Fontainebleau, Manon Ravenel distinguished herself in the CSI U25 (135cm). Her performance with Baloo D leads her to the victory and allowed her to win the Prix CWD by signing a nice clear round. The French rider Charlotte Slosse and Uzel de Kens took the second place ahead of Harry Allen with Emera Z.

Schedule available here.
GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break is live on GRANDPRIX.TV and all the videos are available on the platform or directly at the GRANDPRIX.TV stand near the Carrière des Princes.

[RESULTATS – CSIO Y/J] Les français bravent la pluie et font résonner l’hymne national dans les CSIOY et CSIOJ

Ce matin, malgré des conditions climatiques difficiles pour nos cavaliers de GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break, c’est l’hymne français qui a retenti à deux reprises sur le Terrain d’Honneur.

Alors qu’ils défendaient leurs couleurs dans la Coupe des Nations hier, les Juniors et Jeunes Cavaliers continuaient de s’affronter aujourd’hui dans deux épreuves. Dans le Prix de l’Hôtel Mercure de Fontainebleau pour les Jeunes Cavaliers, deux français se sont hissés sur le podium. Clément Bertho s’est emparé de l’or avec Billabong du Roumois, suivi de près par Benjamin Palatsi et de son étalon Quidam’s Grey Lady. La danoise Phillippa W. Linde accompagnée par Jaguar clôture ce podium en signant un joli double sans-faute.

Du côté du CSIOJ, le podium final est 100% tricolore. Présentée par Equithème, l’épreuve a accueilli plus de quarante partants. Antoine Ermann et son hongre Beryl des Pres se sont adjugés la victoire. Toujours sous le même drapeau, c’est Paul Alexis Doret qui prend la suite du classement avec Sirocco des Clas. Avec sa belle performance, Thibaud Pont Nourat accompagné de Sloe Gin des Hayettes prend la troisième place de ce podium 100% tricolore.

 

[RESULTS – CSI U25] Two French riders on the podium of the CSI U25!

The CSI U25, presented by Equisure, was the first class of the day, on the Terrain d’Honneur. In this qualifying class for the Grand Prix, The French rider Nicolas Cizeron won with his stallion Vick Manciais. He is followed by his compatriot Léonore Laville and the Belgian Maartje Verberckmoes.

See you tomorrow afternoon on the Terrain d’Honneur to follow the CSI U25 (135 cm) class of the day.

Be there tomorrow for the next classes!
To find the schedule, it’s here.
All the classes live on GRANDPRIX.TV, and all your videos on the platform or directly at the stand GRANDPRIX.TV near the Carrière des Princes.

 

[RESULTS – CSI U25] Belgian Team in great shape in the CSI U25

Yesterday, the CSIU25 started at GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break. In the first class, the CSI U25 by Horse & Traval, the Belgian rider Aline Sercu won the class with her horse Darranty by MDL. The French riders Gautier Lorel and Lorentz Lorel finished second and third. Hugo Petiot and his mare Villa de Riverland shined on the same arena in the second class of the CSI U25. They beat the Swiss rider Guillaume Guillioz and the French one Augustin Massin.

Finally, the qualifier for the Grand Prix, presented by Equimov on the Terrain d’Honneur, closed the day. Belgium was in great shape as the young rider Emilia Housen and her stallion Gentleman took the first place, in front of the French riders Benjamin Palatsi and Valentine Delaveau.

To find the schedule, it’s here.
All the classes live on GRANDPRIX.TV, and all your videos on the platform or directly at the stand GRANDPRIX.TV near the Carrière des Princes.

 

[RESULTATS – CSIO J] Camille Favrot takes the first place of the Prix Animo

The first class of the CSIO Junior of GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break took place this morning on the Terrain d’Honneur. And it was a success for Team France, and for girls. The French rider Camille Favrot took the first place with Rimbaud La Gastine, followed by Louna Garo and Charlotte Lebas, all rewarded by the famous equestrian brand Animo.

A good performance for France as the Nations Cup Juniors will take place tomorrow on the same arena.

To find the complete program, go here.
All the classes live on GRANDPRIX.TV and all the videos on the platform or directly at the GRANDPRIX.TV stand near the Carrière des Princes.

[RESULTS – CSIO CH] Maxime Aubert and Donna win the class Cheval Liberté!

Today, only one class of the CSIO Children at GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break. After a nice clear-round, it’s the young rider Maxime Aubert who won the class presented by Cheval Liberté with his mare Donna, beating the Belgian rider Kasper de Boeck and the French rider Paul Rulquin. Congratulations to all of them!

Be there tomorrow for the next classes!
To find the schedule, it’s here.
All the classes live on GRANDPRIX.TV, and all your videos on the platform or directly at the stand GRANDPRIX.TV near the Carrière des Princes.

 

[DIRECT] GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break live on GRANDPRIX.TV!

GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break started today for two weekends of show at the mythical Grand Parquet in Fontainebleau. For those who have not yet been informed of the schedule, the FEI Nations Cup Youth (CSIO Ch/J/Y) will be held from 2 to 5 May, while a CSI 2*, CSI 1*, CSI Young Horses and CSI Amateurs will take place from 9 to 12 May. To make sure you don’t miss anything, go on GRANDPRIX.TV!

All the Grands Prix and the Nations Cup

Today, GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break starts at the Grand Parquet de Fontainebleau! With more than 450 riders from 11 different nations, the CSIO, the CSI U25 and the CSIP will be a great show to see at Fontainebleau. More than 700 riders will be there this weekend at the Grand Parquet.

Among the highlights of the competition, the Young Riders and Junior Nations Cups will be held on Friday on the Terrain d’Honneur, while the Children’s Cup will be held the following day on the Carrière des Princes. Also not to be missed, the U25, Young Riders, Juniors, Children and Ponies Grands Prix will all be held on sunday.
Good news for those who couldn’t make the trip to Fontainebleau, all the classes are live on GRANDPRIX.TV!
Riders, you can also find all your videos on GRANDPRIX.TV. Go on the platform or come visit us at the GRANDPRIX.TV stand! All the classes will be available.

To follow the live events on the Terrain d’Honneur, it’s here.
To see the tests of the Petit Parquet, it’s here.
And for the events of the Carrière des Princes, it’s this way!

From May 9 to 12, the CSI also live on GRANDPRIX.TV

For its second weekend of show, GRANDPRIX CLASSIC Spring Break will welcome this time a CSI 2*, a CSI 1*, a CSI YH* and a CSI Amateurs. The second edition of the PremiuMares Challenge will also start that weekend!
Visit GRANDPRIX.TV to follow all the events live.