The 2015 Equestrian Grand Final is coming to #Aus3de – YouTube

Now here is an added bonus for all going or planning to go or even thinking about going to Adelaide this year for the Australian International three day event

Equestrian Australia is pleased to announce a new home for the Equestrian Grand Final in 2015 – Australia’s International Three Day Event, happening in Adelaide from 19-22 November.

EA is excited to be taking the Grand Final to a new city and having it run alongside one of Australia’s most spectator friendly events. For competitors it presents a chance to compete in the heart of Adelaide, in front of big crowds and unique atmosphere.

While the location may be changing, you can be assured of a Grand Final as spectacular as ever, bringing together the best of the best in the Olympic disciplines, offering big thrills, big suspense and big prize money.

What is the Equestrian Grand Final?

Featuring Australia’s top riders in jumping, dressage and eventing, the Equestrian Grand Final brings together the best of the best in the Olympic disciplines, offering big thrills, big suspense and big prize money.

When and where is the 2015 Equestrian Grand Final being held?

The 2015 Equestrian Grand Final will be held in conjunction with Australia’s International Three Day Event, happening from 19-22 November 2015.

What is the significance of the 2015 event?

In Adelaide for the first time and running alongside Australia’s premier equestrian event – Australia’s International Three Day Event – the Equestrian Grand Final will offer a unique viewing experience for spectators while providing athletes the chance to compete in the middle of the city, in front of big crowds and atmosphere.

With a little over a year to go to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Australia’s International Three Day Event in 2015 will be a key focus for Olympic Eventing hopefuls.

How many athletes will compete in the Equestrian Grand Final?

More than 60 horse and rider combinations are anticipated to compete in the Equestrian Grand Final, breakdown is as follows:

Jumping: 30

Dressage: 16

Exhibition Eventing: 15

Ticket Information

Tickets for Australia’s International Three Day Event and Equestrian Grand Final are now on sale through Ticketek

The 2015 Equestrian Grand Final is coming to #Aus3de – YouTube.

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