Don't Miss It: A Massive Four Day Show Jumping Event Is Coming To Dubai
And it's free for all to attend
A brilliant day of show jumping and family fun is looming and it's free for all to attend.
Following a hugely successful year in 2018, the Emirates Longines Show Jumping League International is back with some high stakes show jumping, a food and entertainment village and some pretty unusual performances to look forward to.
Mark your calendars now: The event takes place at the Emirates Equestrian Centre from January 16 until 19
The stakes are high
The event sees riders compete in the prestigious Dubai Show Jumping Championship where prize funds totaling AED2million are at stake.
Guests can watch the action from the outdoor sand arena; you'll have a top view of some of the world's best show jumpers competing against to clock to tackle jumps up to 160cm...It's genuinely nail-biting stuff!
Between classes, there are dressage and flamenco performances and a show by Dubai Mounted Police... you wouldn't see this type of show anywhere else.
An entire area purely for entertainment and food
Wander your way through this especially-constructed set-up and you'll find plenty of stalls and food trucks with both local and international eats to choose from along with the Arena Restaurant, if you're looking for something slightly more high-end.
There'll be a live band, pony rides, bouncy castles and face-painting stations, and some pretty thrilling stunts too.
Do not miss the daily raffle - there are some serious prizes up for grabs
With prizes like Apple Watches, iPhones and iPads, along with overnight stays at Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa AND The Meydan Hotel, you've got even moreeee of a reason to visit.
Wednesday, January 16 - Gates from 12pm
Thursday, January 17 - Gates from 8am
Friday, January 18 - Gates from 12pm
Saturday, January 19 - Gates from 8am
Sponsored By The UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation (UAEERF)
The UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation (UAEERF) supervises the organization of equestrian and racing activities in the UAE to help the current generation of riders retain their forefathers' equestrianism and keep up-to-date with the developments of the sport in modern times.