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Aalborg Dressage Event in May changes as a result of the corona crisis26-03-2020 - 11:21

In consultation with the Danish Riding Federation and FEI, it has been decided to cancel the international part of the event, which was a CDI3*, CDIU25, CDIY, CDIJ and CDIP

Aalborg Dressage Event which takes place during on the 7th to 10th of May changes as a result of the pandemic currently afflicting the world. In consultation with the Danish Riding Federation and FEI, it has been decided to cancel the international part of the event, which was a CDI3*, CDIU25, CDIY, CDIJ and CDIP and with several international top judges. So far, the national part of the event is retained, and if Denmark reopens participation in competitions and it is moreover justifiable to organize sports events, then it will still be possible to attend national competitions in dressage in Aalborg. The cancellation of the international part of the event will, in turn, open more competitions at the national event, and here it may come up to open up for pony riders as well as junior and junior riders.

 

The event in Aalborg is the only international dressage event in Denmark, which is organized and organized exclusively by volunteers. The event has received great praise from both FEI, participants, officials and sponsors and at the Sportsrideklubben Aalborg, it is hoped to be able to run a large national event so that Danish riders can continue their training and development towards new goals. Mrs. Lone Hecter, chairman, who also works in the health service, says:

 

“We are monitoring the situation closely and are in dialogue with all relevant parties. If the situation in Denmark changes and it is again possible and justifiable to hold an outdoor national event, then our organization and set-up are geared to push the button. We would like to thank our many partners, volunteers and sponsors who support us. We want to be in close dialogue with everyone so that we can make the right and necessary decisions when we know more about the situation.”

 

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