• Endurance race
    • Thursday 28 AugustSession 1 : From 07h00 to 20h30

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Endurance Podium  - © CO Normandie 2014/PSV
Endurance Podium  - © CO Normandie 2014/PSV SE Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohamed al Maktoum world champion - © PSV Photos Marijke VISSER - © PSV Photos Abdulrahman Saad A.S al Sulaiteen - © PSV Photos Spain, France and Switzerland on the podium  - © PSV Photos

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FEI World Endurance Championships for Young Riders & Juniors 2013 – Ibos Tarbes

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Athletes’ World Rankings

  • 01 THORNE Nicola Great Britain GB
  • 02 BOEHME Melissa South africa ZA
  • 03 JADLOVSKY Petr Czech republic CZ
  • 04 ARNOLD Sabrina Germany DE
  • 05 TOMAS Philippe France FR
  • 06 LORENCOVA Silvie Czech republic CZ
  • 07 ATGER Virginie France FR
  • 08 SERRABASSA FABRE Nuria Spain ES
  • 09 DE BOER Willemina United states US
  • 10 AL HARBI Saeed Ahmar Jaber United arab emirates AE

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Endurance is a long-distance race over 160 km, a one-day “marathon” completed by a horse and rider. This passionate sport takes place in the middle of the countryside, on a course that contains less than 10% hard-surface roads.

It is a veritable achievement that is only possible if the horse and rider are in complete harmony. The rider must ensure that the horse is in perfect physical condition. Compulsory veterinary checks are carried out throughout the course and, if there is any doubt about the horse’s health (exhaustion, lameness, dehydration, etc.), the pair is disqualified. 

Spectators should not miss the galloping mass start, the 50 km/h sprint finish or the end-of-ride grooming, a 10-minute wind-down session during which the teams rub down, unsaddle and refresh the horse in order to reduce its heart rate before the final veterinary examination. Another must-see is the loop that runs along the stunningly beautiful Bay of Mont Saint Michel.

Competition venue

Baie du Mont St Michel

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