Saturday’s stream starts with the $25,000 Suncast 1.50m Championship Jumper Series Classic. The series will offer $661,000 in total prize money with 10 FEI world-ranking classes. Riders will compete for a series prize of a Range Rover Evoque.
After the Suncast class, three separate Nations’ Cup team events will be held at PBIEC. Following the same style as the senior Nations’ Cup, teams of four riders each, with the best three scores counting, will represent their countries in the Nations’ Cup events for Children, Junior, and Young Riders. The first round of each Nations’ Cup competition will be held in the International Arena during Saturday afternoon, with the second round being held at night under the lights.
In the evening session, the Children’s Nations’ Cup for riders aged 12 to 14 will be held first, followed by the Junior Nations’ Cup for riders aged 14 to 18. The Young Riders Nations’ Cup will be Saturday’s third and final team competition, featuring competitors aged 16 to 21.
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