Friday, July 31, 2009

Welcome!

Welcome to the Official Blog of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games!

Be sure to check back regularly for the latest updates on everything that goes into preparing for the games!

The World Equestrian Games are comprised of the world championships for eight equestrian sports. The Games are held every four years, two years prior to the Olympic Games, and are governed by the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI).

If you would like more information about the games, please visit out website at www.alltechfeigames.com.

21 comments:

  1. Great! We are six Dutch USA-fans who will visit the Games in 2010. We will be there during the four-in-hand competition.

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  2. I can't wait until tickets go on sale! I'm so excited about the games :-D

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  3. Looking forward to WEG2010!
    Friday, 25 September has to come soon. Planning to attend the Dressage Freestyle and some jumping events, especially the FINAL FOUR! Always exciting. Planning to attend together with family and friends. Interested to see what happens with the Volunteer application.....

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  4. Dear friends,
    I am excited to see this blog. I am receiving all your news letters since June 2007. Anxious to receive info on hotel/tickets before Sept25th. As you probably know, we, from Brasil, are very good in Jumping... See you at the WEG 2010!!!!!!!!

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  5. All right! This looks it will be a blast to read

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  6. hey, does anyone know what the general admission tickets are as far as price? I can't find it on the site... Me and my friend want to go as a road trip in 2010, but we don't have enough to go to a competition everyday and we'd like to go to the trade show and exhibitions. If you know the price, please post it! Thanks!

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  7. Yay. Cannot wait. WEG in the US. Love to see how many horses are US bred! and /or US Trained? Should that be a goal? US riders on US horses! winning!

    Hope we finally get enough network coverage so the US and the world takes notice!

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  8. can hardly wait for tickets to go on sale,but dissappointed to learn people have already secured tickets through a prepurchase program? leaves me wondering how good of seating I have left to choose from. doeesn't seem quite right...

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  9. I have been waiting all my life to see the World Equestrian games! My sister and I used to play them on our horses and in our imagination we always won! I just lost my job and am frantically searching for a new one so that I will have enough money to go. I have been collecting cans and pennies! I am so scared that I won't have enough money for the trip. I plan on tenting it to save money that way, but does anyone have any ideas on how to get enough money? I will be devestated if I can not go with them being so close.

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  10. What is the difference between Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special tests? Is there a schedule for teams listing riders and horses? If so, where is it located?

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  11. For three years now we are looking forward to come to Kentucky next year. Since we met the enthousiastic team from the WEG Kentucky at Aachen in 2006 my husband, who is a teacher, started working extra days to save extra holiday to come to Lexington. What a disappointment when we saw the ticketprices! That was really a black day for us! How is it possible that you need four tickets to watch the Grand Prix and two tickets for the Grand Prix Special? And at such huge prices! We were shocked! We are big dressage fans and we've visited many large competitions around Europe. The ticketprice in Kentucky is three times as high as the price of the marvelous European Championship in Windsor this summer and four times as expensive as the beautiful, perfectly organised WEG in Aachen. What a pitty if your beautiful new accomodation will be half empty and what a shame when all our wonderful sportsmen and women, with their marvelous horses, have to perform without support from the tribunes. I do hope that you'll still change your mind and sell tickets at reasonable prices. To start with one ticket per day! Or even better: think of seasontickets for dressage, showjumping, etc.

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  13. I am looking forward to WEG2010. Coming with a group of friends and we too are anxiously waiting for lodging information so we can secure our rooms......

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  14. My husband and I are planning on driving down from the Interlake in Manitoba Canada. We have been planning this trip for a few years now and the excitement is begining to build! It feels so close I can hardly stand it! We plan on seeing the grand prix freestyle, eventing, and speed jumping! I cant wait to cheer on our Canadian team!!!!

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  15. I just bought my tickets!!! I AM SO EXCITED!!!!

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  16. My husband and I are very excited about the 2010 games being in the US! I was at the Rolex Games this last spring with a friend (my first) and loved every moment. So now I really look forward to this upcoming event and my husband is able to join me. Amazing horses and amazing riders from all over the world ~ I can't wait! I am disappointed however in ticket sales. I sat beside my computer on the 25th; credit card in hand ready to purchase so we can plan our trip from WI. All grandstand tickets and center was taken for Dressage and Jumping! How did that happen!? Of course I purchased the most expensive and took what was given. No comment was given regarding the temporary seating either which is what I accepted. Are they elavated? I am short so will I be able to see over those in front? Alot of money to spend to not be able to see these exceptional athletes!

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  17. Por mi Federacion Hipica, me dan este enlace, y estamos a la espera de estos Juegos Ecuestres que tanta ilusion hacen a todos los aficionados al mundo del caballo. Desde mi Blog "EL RAID" os deseo desde España unos buenos y bonitos Jueegos.
    Saludos de Gabriel.
    http://ggjineteraid.blogspot.com/

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  18. My husband and I are very excited about the 2010 games being in the US! I was at the Rolex Games this last spring with a friend (my first) and loved every moment.

    Nice to read this propecia is a nice one.

    Of course I purchased the most expensive and took what was given. No comment was given regarding the temporary seating either which is what I accepted.

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