With a total of 3 thousand specimens from 60 breeds, Fieracavalli has confirmed itself as the most important international event dedicated to
equestrianism, and its numbers are getting bigger. Over four days, in a unique format, sport, tourism, business and show business all rotated
around the world of horses. There were 750 companies exhibiting, representing the best brands for breeding and equitation, from 25 different
countries, with a big return of Argentina and confirmation from India, Oman, Sweden and China. The event drew 160 thousand visitors to the city
from 80 different countries. The only Italian event of the Longines Fei World Cup, saw the“high notes”of 24 year old Jessica Springsteen, daughter
of the legendary“Boss”, singer Bruce Springsteen. The young amazonian dominated the Piccolo Gran Premio Prestige at her first visit toVerona; she
showed no “reverential fear” in front of the best riders in the world not before or during the competition. The American amazonian, known to the
public as Bruce Springsteen’s daughter, competed on Davendy and won the competition. This fair improves year upon year and the AC tractors
are always the indispensible protagonists in an impeccable course preparation.
JESSICA SPRINGSTEEN’S HIGH NOTES FOR THE
FIRST TIME AT VERONA
Gran Premio Antonio Carraro (prize money 62.000€): Marcello Carraro awards the winner Cassio
Rivetti from the Ukraine with his horse Fine Fleur du Marais owned by the Ukrainian magnate
Alexander Onishenko who has the best equitation specimens currently available on the market
in his stables.