SWB Equestrian Weeks with Breeders Trophy

The Swedish Warmblood is gaining ground and behind the great success is all the talented swedish breeders. More and more riders worldwide turn to Sweden in finding a top contender for international success. Horses like Bianca (SWB) ridden by Steve Guerdat (Switzerland), Ohlala (SWB) ridden by Lauren Hough (USA), Hansson WL (SWB) ridden by Peder Fredricson (Sweden), and Deja (SWB) ridden by Patrik Kittel just to name a few. During SWB Equestrian Weeks, the very best Swedish youngsters will meet and compete for the coveted Breeders Trophy award in dressage, jumping and three-day eventing. The weeks also contains top-quality dressage and jumping sports through three-star Saab International Grand Prix Dressage and a collection of interesting open classes at national level. The test riders this year will be British top rider Charlotte Dujardin as the test rider of the 4-year old horses and Jeroen Dubbeldam as the test rider of the 5 -year old jumping horses. Be sure to purchase tickets online to the test riding event in due time.

SWB’s Elitefoal Auction is upgraded to Elite Auction and it now offers two auctions, one dressage- and one jumping auction. At the auctions, foals and young horses of absolute top quality will be sold. Swedish Select Horse Sales joins as a co-organizer in the jump auction and will present a collection of talented young jumpers between 4 and 7 years.

Dates SWB Equestrian Weeks 2019:  
Saab International Grand Prix with Breeders Trophy – Dressage September 25-29
Flyinge HSK National Jumping with ATG Riders Tour and Breeders Trophy – Jumping & Eventing October 1-6

 

General information

 

Preliminary schedule

Will be published later.

 

SWB Elite Auction

The SWB Equestrian Weeks consists of one dressage week and one jumping – and eventing week with both weeks featuring an Elite Auction. Breeders Trophy (the SWB Young Horse Championships) and Saab International Grand Prix Dressage will take place at Flyinge September 23-27. Paired with dressage at elite level and exciting young horse finals, the Elite Auction on Friday September 26 will be one of the week’s major highlights.

The week after, September 30 – October 4, Breeders Trophy in jumping will commence. The young horse championships will be paired with open show jumping competition at national level. After a day with exciting show jumping finals, the SWB Elite Auction for jumping foals will take place Friday evening October 2. 

VIP

Give your vistit at Flyinge an extra spice and book a VIP package for you and your friends! The package includes entrance, coffee, lunch and dinner, as well as coffee and non-alcoholic drinks. The VIP is located in Restaurang Kursgården in direct connection to the arena and as a VIP guest you also have access to the best seats in the arena.

Exhibition area

As a visitor, you are also offered a well-stocked exhibition and restaurant area. With its just over 100 years on the neck, Flyinges’ ancient, old stone riding arena turns into a cozy exhibition area, filled with exhibitors who offer you a wide variety of both goods and services.

Eat

The Kungsgården Restaurant is supplemented under SWB Equsterian Horse Weeks with a series of Food Trucks so that you as visitors are given the opportunity to try tastes from all over the world.

Visit Flyinge

Fly in to Copenhagen, DK. Drive 45 min across the sound over to Flyinge, Sweden. Spend a few days at Flyinge Equestrian Centre, dating back to year 1616. Hang out with fun loving Swedes and watch lovely young horses perform as well as top international contenders. What could be better? Flyinge is located 15 km from Lund, 14 km from Eslöv and 30 km from Malmö. 

Elite Hotel Ideon in Lund, only 10 minutes drive from Flyinge, offers all visitors of SWB Equestrian Weeks discounted accommodation.

If you want to look att other accomodations, go to  VISIT LUND.

Map of the area
Directions to Flyinge
Contact

If you have any questions, don´t hesitate to contact us!

+46 46 646 50

info@swb.org

Mr Vain GJ (1324) (SWB), winner of the 5-year jumping 2018. Photo: Roland Thunholm