The FEI has announced the ground jury for the 2022 European Youth Championships for the Children, junior, young riders and Under 25 divisions.
The European Youth Championships will return to Pilisjaszfalu, north of Budapest in Hungary, after the venue hosting the all comprising five-discipline youth championships in 2020.
In 2022 the Children and Under 25 will have their Europeans in Hungary on 24 - 28 August 2022.
The ground jury includes:
- Magnus Ringmark SWE (president)
- Thomas Kessler GER
- Maria Colliander FIN
- Elisabeth Max-Theurer AUT
- Cesar Torrente COL
- Ulrike Nivelle GER (president)
- Yuri Romanov RUS
- Orsolya Hillier HUN
- Christof Umbach LUX
- Thomas Lang AUT
The reserve judge is Hans Voser (SUI), David Hunt (GBR) is the JSP member attending, Enzo Truppa (ITA) is the foreign technical delegate and Petr Choc (AUT) is the chief steward.
The 2022 European Junior and Young Riders Championships will take place in Hartpury, Great Britain, on 25 - 31 July 2022, after they were cancelled in 2020 due to Covid.
The Hartpury ground jury includes
- Isobel Wessels GBR (president)
- Irina Maknami RUS
- Jean Michel Roudier FRA
- Elke Ebert GER
- Lars Andersson SWE
- Stephen Clarke GBR (president)
- Jane Weatherwax USA
- Alice Schwab AUT
- Maarten van der Heijden (NED
- Evi Eisenhardt GER
The reserve judges are Olivier Smeets (BEL), Tiina Karkkolainen (FIN)
Ferry Leyman (BEL) will serve as foreign technical delegate, Dan Chapman (GBR) as chief steward and David Hunt (GBR) as JSP member.
The ground jury for the 2022 European Pony Championships in Strzegom, Poland, on 3 - 7 August 2021 has not yet been appointed.
Photo © Astrid Appels
Pilisjaszfalu Allocated 2022 European Children and Under 25 Championships
Hartpury Allocated 2022 European Junior/Young Riders Championships, Bidding for 2021 Reopened
2020 European Junior and Young Riders Championships in Hartpury Cancelled