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Each year, no less than 80 competitions take place in the heart of this exceptional center. If you don't have time to attend all the competitions, here are the essentials not to be missed.

The CPEDI ***, para-dressage competition competition
At the beginning of April

A real rehearsal for major international events, the CPEDI *** of Deauville welcomes each year the world elite of para-dressage. Classified from Grade I to Grade V according to their handicap, the para-trainers will take advantage of this meeting to confront international competition and above all subjugate the public by the elegance of the movements of the horse-rider couple. Three events are on the program: the Team Test (team event), the Individual Championship (compulsory recovery) and Freestyle (free recovery in music).

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S. Boyer-Engel

The "Jump'in Deauville", international show jumping competition

Under the colors of their flag, the show jumping riders compete in the technical tests of the Jump'in, a real springboard for future international champions. The competition should once again welcome some of the best French and Norman drivers. With twenty nations on the track, 100 competitors and 450 horses entered, the Jump'in offers the public an explosive cocktail combining sport and festivities.

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S. Boyer-Engel

The "Dress'in Deauville", international dressage competition

On the borders of sport and equestrian art, we hold our breath in front of a dressage competition. The evolutions are made on occasions composed of classic movements and imposed or free figures, the horse evolving in the different gaits in total complicity with its rider. The Dress'in, a federal circuit made up of six competitions, brings together some twenty of the best couples in the world in six levels of competition.

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L. Lachèvre

The "Longines Deauville Classic", international show jumping competition
Mid August

The only international competition of this level in Deauville, the Longines Deauville Classic, labeled 3 stars, will see some of the best riders in the world race on courses designed by the famous French track chief, Grégory Bodo. The long-awaited Longines Grand Prix of the Normandy Region at 1,50m, Sunday afternoon, will be the highlight of this prestigious competition. And always, of course, many shows and entertainment to entertain visitors in parallel to competitions, including the Longines Equestrian Challenge Normandy which confronts, in the same event, the best jockeys and Polo players of the moment.

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