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Everything ready for the start of the Sunshine Tour

Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Sunshine Tour 2019

The first riders and their horses are already installed in the improved facilities of Montenmedio

Photo (c) Sunshine Tour Gregory Wathelet is one of many top riders that return to the Sunshine Tour 2019. Photo (c) Sunshine Tour.

Everything is ready for the first week of competition at the Sunshine Tour, horses from all continents arriving by land, sea and air to Dehesa de Montenmedio, where you can already feel a competitive atmosphere.

All the staff works tirelessly so that this Wednesday, 13th February, the twenty-fifth edition of the Sunshine Tour will be inaugurated. Starting with the CSI2 * there will be classes from 1.20m to 1.45m, in addition to the CSIYH - 5-,6- and 7-year-olds.

Olympic riders and the best on the world ranking will meet at the spectacular facilities of Vejer de la Frontera during six intense weeks of international competition. The Sunshine Tour is the perfect place to start the season, test young horses and check the market with more than 2000 horses competing.

The facilities will be open for anyone who wants to come and enjoy good horse riding. You can also enjoy the commercial village with the best equestrian brands, the different restaurants with varied cuisine and views of the main competition rings, and the NMAC Foundation Museum where, in addition to the permanent exhibition, they have different activities to enjoy with the family, previous to reservation.

All links for the Tour can be found here.


Press release from Oxer Sport

Photo © Sunshine Tour

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