Fort Worth to host FEI jumping and dressage World Cup Finals – City of Fort Worth

Fort Worth to host FEI jumping and dressage World Cup Finals – City of Fort Worth

Published on June 24, 2022
The City of Fort Worth and Dickies Arena have been named hosts for the April 2026 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Final and FEI Dressage World Cup Final.
This prestigious international equestrian event is expected to bring more than 60,000 spectators over the five days of competition with an estimated economic impact of more than $21 million.
“This is a major win for the City of Fort Worth and further bolsters our position as one of the best destinations in the world to host equestrian events,” said Michael Crum, director of public events for the City of Fort Worth.
The event was secured as part of a collaborative effort between the City of Fort Worth, Dickies Arena, Fort Worth Sports Commission, Split Rock Jumping Tour and Visit Fort Worth. Previous U.S. host cities include Omaha and Las Vegas. Most recently, the competition was held in Leipzig, Germany, this past April.
This marks yet another high-profile international event that has chosen Dickies Arena in a very competitive bidding process.
“This is yet another opportunity for Dickies Arena and Fort Worth to highlight that we are a player on the international event scene. We promised the city of Fort Worth we would bring in an array of top-notch events and we are making good on that promise with this incredible event,” said Matt Homan, general manager and president of Trail Drive Management Corp., the not-for-profit entity managing Dickies Arena.
The competition will be broadcast to over 130 countries with more than 800 million impressions expected across all media platforms. More than 20 million people tuned in to watch the 2019 Final in Gothenburg, Sweden. The FEI World Cup Finals typically attracts anywhere from 250 to 450 members of the international media.
Jumping and dressage are two of the eight disciplines governed globally by the FEI and are also represented in the Olympic Games. Dressage is part of the Paralympic games, and jumping is part of the Youth Olympic Games.
 
 
Photo: The world’s best show-jumping and dressage competitors will convene in Fort Worth in April 2026.
 
 
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