The Internationaux de Dressage
The 13th edition of the Compiègne Dressage Internationals will take place from May 2nd to May 5th, 2024, and is already shaping up to be intense!
At the heart of the Stade Equestre du Grand Parc , the renowned CDIO5* and its Nations Cup, a CDI3*, CDI1*, CDIU25, CDIYR, CDIJ, and CDIP are scheduled, along with a magnificent equestrian show on Sunday, May 5th, starting at 4:00 PM.
The eagerly anticipated CDIO5* in Compiègne will bring together the world’s most talented riders facing an exceptional jury, just 3 months before the global sporting events scheduled in the French capital in 2024.
Free admission & free parking
“A few months away from the much-anticipated sporting event, our beautiful city of Compiègne will once again warmly welcome the Internationaux de Dressage with enthusiasm. The Stade Equestre du Grand Parc, a testament to our unwavering commitment to equestrian sports since its inauguration in 1992, will be the stage for an exceptional competition. The world’s best riders will converge on our imperial city to face a prestigious panel of judges before shining on the Olympic stage in Versailles.
The Stade Equestre du Grand Parc, whose renovation began in 2022 as part of the preparations for Paris 2024, now stands as a world-class facility. Significant investments made by the Department of Oise and the Hauts de France Region have elevated our city to the highest level in terms of equestrian infrastructure.
The City of Compiègne and the Agglomeration of the Compiègne Region have joined forces to develop an unprecedented sports attractiveness, steering Compiègne towards a true identity as a “city of horses.”
Organized by the Compiègne Equestre Association, this 2024 edition promises to be even more exciting than the previous ones. Prestigious names such as Charlotte Fry, Patrik Kittel, Isabell Werth, Carina Cassøe Krüth, Morgan Barbançon, and many others will once again resonate within our arena, marking the excellence of global dressage and our determination to continue the history of our imperial city—a history shaped by the passion for horses.”