Leg 1 11 & 12 May 2019
Leg 1 of the 2019 Event Rider Masters series will take place at The Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials. This will be the fourth year running that Chatsworth will play host to the opening leg of the new Event Rider Masters season. The event combines three days of thrilling equestrian sport with entertainment for all the family in the beautiful surroundings of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.
Leg 2 7 & 8 June 2019
The second leg of the 2019 Event Rider Masters will be contested in the public parklands of the magnificent Biebrich Palace, on the bank of the Rhine River in the middle of the city of Wiesbaden. The Baroque Schloss Park has hosted an International horse show for eighty one years and history will continue to evolve at the venue when Event Rider Masters heads to Germany for the first time in 2019.
Leg 3 22 & 23 June 2019
Leg 3 of the 2019 Event Rider Masters Series heads to Belgium and the beautiful Arville Castle. Set within the walls of the family estate of Guillaume de Liedekerke, close to Namur, Arville is an exquisite estate with extensive woodland, soft hills and a picturesque lake - the ideal landscape for Eventing.
Leg 4 13 & 14 July 2019
The fourth leg of the 2019 Event Rider Masters Series heads back to Haras de Jardy, just 10 minutes from Paris. In 1891 Edmund White, a politician and horse lover, created the stunning Equestrian Centre and Stud which boasts a beautiful 100 year old stable yard complete with iconic clock tower. Both the dressage and show jumping phases are held in the spectacular main arena over-looked by the luxurious permanent Orangery hospitality facilities that ERM spectators enjoy.
Leg 5 23 & 24 August 2019
The Event Rider Masters heads to the ‘Land of the Horse’ for the first time as Millstreet in Ireland hosts Leg 5 of the 2019 Series. An iconic show-jumping venues since the 1970’s, the ‘Green Glens Arena’ has hosted a variety of FEI World Cup Qualifiers and European Championships. The development of a Cross-Country Course in the adjoining Drishane Castle Demesne propelled the venue onto the eventing stage in 2014; quickly establishing itself as a favourite amongst top-level riders and fans.