The results will rank the riders for the rest of the week and follow them all the way to the final on Sunday. Making a good start in the first part on the final - live in front of the FEI TV cameras - is important, with Beezie Madden leading from the first to the last in 2018.
Friday afternoon sees the start of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final, with Isabell Werth beginning the defence of her title. FEI TV viewers can tune in for the first of two rounds, where the best Dressage riders will compete in a Grand Prix class.
The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final continues on Friday evening. The riders carry their result from the Thursday class and they must control their nerves to keep their result for the Sunday final.
The FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final concludes on Saturday afternoon, with Werth hoping to secure yet another title. Can the in-form Hans Peter Minderhoud, home favourite Patrik Kittel or US star Laura Graves run her close?
FEI TV viewers the world over will be tuning in to watch the finale of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final on Sunday afternoon, with the planet’s best equine and human Jumping talents aiming to be the 2019 World Cup champion.
American Beezie Madden won her second title a year ago and will surely again be in the running, while Sweden’s Henrik von Eckermann and former winners Steve Guerdat and Daniel Deusser will also be pushing for the top of the podium.