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Horse riding: Milano Jumping Cup returns to the San Siro Hippodrome

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(ANSA) – MILAN, JUN 16 – The Frecciarossa Milano Jumping Cup is back, which will be staged in the Teatro del Cavallo of the San Siro Hippodrome from 24 to 26 June for its second edition. The competition earns a star compared to 2021 (it will be a Csi4 *) with an organizing team which, in addition to the Snaitech group (creators and “hosts” of the San Siro racecourse), will also see RCS Sport, Sport and Salute, Fise and Frecciarossa, Trenitalia’s ‘High Speed’ brand that becomes title sponsor of the Milano Jumping Cup.

An important organizational collaboration also in the future and towards the next edition, when the MJC will change clothes wearing the clothes of the 2023 European Championship.

An event (broadcast by Sky Sport) whose main theme remains the one summarized in the hashtag # 1horse1world, which with the return of the public becomes # 1horse1world4you: the organizing committee of the Milanese event has decided to offer complete free admission to all . Compared to the debut edition, the event presents itself with a total prize money of 250,000 euros (100,000 more) and with the participation of 14 nations (10 in 2021) represented by 175 riders and amazons with 240 horses. Among the ‘top riders’ in the race stand out the Swiss Martin Fuchs, number one in the world ranking, and Steve Guerdat, London 2012 Olympic champion, while Italy is at the start with 38 amazons and riders. The partners will include Fastweb, Lexus, Dils, Var Group, Kep, Safe Riding, Prestige Italia, Tenute Sella and Unahotels.

“The last edition, despite being without an audience, went very well. For the second edition, in which the public will return, we had to expand our team and several supporters were added, from Trenitalia and RCS to Fise and Sport e Salute. We are talking about a great event that will not only be sporting, but also about costume: we do not charge any tickets, so I hope that the San Siro lawns will be full “, the words of Fabio Schiavolin, CEO of Snaitech. (HANDLE).

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