Angelica Augustsson Zanotelli with Kalinka van de Nachtegaele in a winning mode in Helsinki 2022. Photo Satu Pirinen

With exactly 70 days more to go, the annual mega-event in Finland – the five-star Helsinki Horse Show is more than prepared. After an overwhelming come-back in 2022, after the devastating 3-year-closed-down due to the pandemic, the year has been kind of a “business as usual”.

“We are pleased to announce that all of the event partners and sponsors are in for 2023 too, and the more than 70 exhibitors fill the Helsinki Ice Hall and Expo Pavillion well”, Tom Gordin, Event Director, says. “Now it´s up to the visitors and spectators to fill the steep tribunes of the venue as well as 2022, when the main sessions were sold out”, Gordin continues.

Important dead-lines prior the popular event are the official entries of the international riders on September 18, and the following big media conference on September 20, where the stars and top riders of Helsinki are announced.The Helsinki event, second in the global Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Series (Western Europe), is organised on October 18-22, in the classic Helsinki Ice Hall, right in the heart of Helsinki.