Original title: Mainland Horse: 2021 China Equestrian Festival will continue to be held in Anping, and a full review of the wonderful moments of the 6 events this year
Mainland Horse News On the evening of October 7, the closing ceremony of the 2020 China Equestrian Festival officially opened as the bell rang in the Cultural and Sports Activity Center of Anping County, Hebei Province. At the closing ceremony, Cui Haixia, deputy mayor of the Hengshui Municipal People's Government announced that the expected 2021 Chinese Equestrian Festival will still be located in Anping County, Hengshui City, Hebei Province. It will be held in September next year and the opening date will be September 23, 2021.
From October 2nd to 7th, during the week-long 2020 China Equestrian Festival, five major competitions including field obstacles, dressage, endurance, barreling, and polo will be staged one after another, including many members of the Chinese Equestrian Olympic Team. A combination of high-level men and horses led the competition. Among them, the 2020 China Equestrian Jumping Champions Cup and the 2020 China Equestrian Dressage Champions Cup are both National Games qualifying competitions, and have become important training grounds for the main team of various provincial teams to prepare for the National Games. In addition, the 2020 China Young Horse Anping Competition hosted by the local government serves as a warm-up event, as well as the Chinese Equestrian Barrel Tour (Anping), the 2020 China Equestrian Endurance Tour Anping Station, and the 2020 "Baoping Cup" China Polo Open. Held smoothly in Anping.
Cui Haixia, deputy mayor of the Hengshui Municipal People’s Government, said at the closing ceremony: “The 9th China Equestrian Festival is about to come to an end, but the development of equestrian sports will never end. Our city will take this opportunity to further promote the high-quality development of the horse industry. Add new momentum to the transformation and upgrading of urban industries, and continue to make new contributions to the development of China's equestrian industry."