The equestrian contests held at our facilities for the Barcelona 1992 Summer Olympic Games endowed this division with high-quality infrastructure and full-scale services.
274 boxes hold our members’ horses, and an area with another 144 is available for visiting horses and horses in transit. In addition to the Klaus Dammann all-weather Olympic obstacle jumping track (sand), equestrian athletes have a large track for training and competitions (also sand) in the stable area and a covered training area that is large enough to host competitions. The Club also has a dressage area for athletes in this discipline. The equestrian school has both a covered and uncovered track, as well as 27 boxes for its horses. The stable area has a full-scale veterinary clinic.
The main event is CSIO Barcelona (Official International Jumping Competition of Barcelona), which was first held in 1902 and currently hosts the most important equestrian event in the world, the Longines FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final. In addition to the sporting event, additional activities and various exhibitions make this event even more appealing.
The International Jumping Competition of Veteran Riders, which is held in October, is another highlight, and multiple social, regional, and national events guarantee a high level of activity for this spirited division.
- Olympic jumping track
- Warm-up track
- Trial and competition track
- Gallop track
- Two covered training areas
- 24 tack rooms
- 274 boxes
- Equestrian school outdoor track
- Dressage arena
- Area with 144 extra boxes for visiting horses (competitions)
- Veterinary clinic