The Dutch Masters is on!

Following the press conference held on 25 January and consultations with the safety region, it has been decided to organise The Dutch Masters from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 March 2022 in an adjusted format. The organisation is delighted that the prestigious, international event can go ahead. Marcel Hunze, director of TDM: “It is extremely important for the equestrian sport, the fans, the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping and the events industry that TDM can take place. We are delighted to be back together with the fans cheering on the world’s best riders.”

Due to Covid regulations, the programme had to be slightly adjusted. The programme will be concentrated in the main arena and will consist of international classes. The highlights are without doubt the FEI World Cup Dressage on Friday (Grand Prix) and on Saturday (Freestyle) and the Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon. On Friday and Saturday evenings the most important classes in preparation of the Rolex Grand Prix will be held, respectively the VDL Groep Prize and the Audi Prize. The program will end on Friday and Saturday at 22.00 hours. The complete programme can be found on our website.

In accordance with the current restrictions, a limited number of spectators, 1,250 per part of the day, can be admitted, whereby safety for everyone comes first. Fixed seats will be allocated, taking into account the 1.5 metre distance rule. To ensure everyone’s safety, there will be no promo village and visitors can make use of a special service to have food and drinks delivered to the stands. The ticket holders who could not use their purchased ticket in 2020 will be the first ones to get the chance to use it in 2022. Ticket holders can also choose to use them in 2023. Ticket sales for the tickets are still available after that start on 10 February. Showing a corona entrance ticket is mandatory for spectators.

All information about the 2022 edition will be communicated on the website and the social media channels of The Dutch Masters.

Source The Dutch Masters

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