ECCO Sko A / S is the title sponsor of the ECCO FEI World Equestrian Championship in Herning in 2022. Here represented by Chairman Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak and Anna Kasprzak. Casper Cassøe and Jens Trabjerg (right) are organizers of the event. Photo: Ridehesten.com
The FEI World Equestrian Championship in Herning 2022 will be the largest international equestrian championship in Denmark ever and the largest sporting event on Danish soil in 2022. Denmark is honored to host this World Championship, which consists of four disciplines: dressage, paradressage, showjumping and vaulting. The MCH Exhibition Center Herning, MCH Arena and Jyske Bank Boxen will be the venue for this prestigious event.
At the reception, Casper Cassøe and Jens Trabjerg were able to present the first major commercial partners behind The FEI World Equestrian Championship in Herning 2022: ECCO, Blue Hors, Stutteri Ask and Longines, which together with the event partners Danish Equestrian Federation, The Municipality of Herning and Sport Event Denmark has supported the event from the early beginning.
On the same occasion, the organizers were able to present the official logo for FEI World Equestrian Championship developed in collaboration with the international riding association, FEI.
The FEI has changed the format of the World Equestrian Games from eight disciplines combined in one place to the possibility of hosting one or more disciplines. FEI awarded Denmark the disciplines dressage, showjumping, paradressage and vaulting at the annual meeting in November 2019. FEI emphasized that they, with Herning as venue and the Danes as partners, had chosen a sure winner. Danish Equestrian Federation, The Municipality of Herning and Sport Event Denmark and the organizers Casper Cassøe and Jens Trabjerg have the experience and framework to make the FEI World Equestrian Championships a world class event.
Stutteri Ask Stadium, is the championship name of the main stadium, while Blue Hors is the discipline sponsor in dressage, here represented by the director of Blue Hors, Ole Magnus Petersen together with Casper Cassøe and Jens Trabjerg. Photo: Ridehesten.com