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Time to get acquainted with BET SPRING program – QUALIFIERS!


Ladies and Gentleman,

There’s just 97 days to start Baltica Spring Tour 2016 and so we felt comitted to tell you little bit more about the highest levels of the event – CSI2* & CSI3*!

This year, during the spring edition of BET – which is going to take place from 17th of May until 5th of June we’re going to have THREE weeks to match highest sports feelings and joy of life!

Let’s look a little closer…


CSI2* - 1st week/ CSI2* - 2nd week/ CSI3* - 3rd week and it will include:

  • 8 Longines Ranking  Classes

    • 2 LR Classes in the first week

    • 2 LR Classes in the second week

    • 4 LR Classes in the third week!

    • 30.000€ Grand Prix Class during the CSI3*

    • Qualification for the Olympic Games in RIO2016 and European Championships in Gothenburg2017 during just one class – CSI3* GRAND PRIX 5th of June 2016!

    • Classes:

      • Gold 1 – 1,30 m/1,35 m

      • Gold 2 – 1,35 m/1,40 m

      • Gold 3 – 1,40 m/1,45 m

      • Gold 4 – 1,45m/1,50 m

To get a Certificate of Capability for the Olympic Games, riders and horses must go faultlessly twice, in the first round of Grand Prix Competitions at selected CSI3* outdoor events. That means, if you ride faultlessly in our CSI3* Grand Prix than you are half way done to Rio de Janeiro 2016!

The technical details of the course required by FEI are as follows:

- At least 12 obstacles, which may vary in height between 1.40m to 1.60m

- Wide obstacles must have spreads between 1.50m to 2.00m (2.20m for the triple bar)

- At least two straight obstacles must be provided with a minimum height of 1.60m 

More qualification details available from:


 More information about the European Championships in Gothenburg 2017 will be published soon here and on the official organizer website:


Stay tuned for more info about the extraordinary BALTICA EQUESTRIAN TOUR show!

  • Ciekocinko stables
  • Ciekocinko 9, 84-210 Choczewo, North Poland

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