|Event Rider Masters is pleased to confirm the 2019 ERM Calendar. Consisting of six legs, including two brand new European locations, this year is set to continue the impressive international expansion of the world’s top Eventing series with new legs in France and Ireland. |
The 2019 Event Rider Masters Calendar:
Leg 1 – The Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials, GBR, 11th – 12th May
Leg 2 – Internationales Wiesbadener Pfingstturnier, GER, 7th – 8th June
Leg 3 – Concours Complet D’Arville, BEL, 22nd – 23rd June
Leg 4 – Haras de Jardy Eventing Show, FRA, 13th – 14th July
Leg 5 – Millstreet International Horse Trials, IRL, 24th – 25th August
Leg 6 – The ERM Finale – Concours Complet International Lignières en Berry, FRA, 5th – 6th October
Event Rider Masters remains the most valuable series in the sport of Eventing. It provides the world’s most successful Event Riders with an international stage on which to compete for an unprecedented total prize-money fund of £350,000. The prize pot for each UK leg is £50,000 while each European leg offers €57,000. The riders compete for the much-coveted ERM Series Championship Title and an additional £50,000 series prize fund shared by the top three riders at the end of the season.
Providing spectacular settings for each leg, the six ERM venues located in Belgium, England, France, Germany & Ireland are renowned for hosting some of the most prestigious events in Eventing sport.
As always each leg will be broadcast live via our social channels and on www.eventridermasters.tv with 8 highlights shows including a series preview and season review show available on TV in 101 countries.
The 2019 competition promises to be as hot as ever with reigning ERM Champion, Australia’s Chris Burton seeking to defend his 2018 title.
2018 ERM Series Runner-Up Laura Collett (GBR) will have desires to go one better on the 2019 ERM Series Podium and New Zealand’s Tim Price won’t be satisfied with his third place 2018 ERM Series finish and has the horse-power to push for the 2019 title.
Not to mention the 2016 ERM Champion, Oliver Townend (GBR), along with the 2017 ERM Champion, Gemma Tattersall (GBR) who will both be hungry to get their hands on the ERM title for a second time.
You won’t want to miss a second of the action in 2019!