Omaha, Nebraska, USA –December 09, 2021 – The International Omaha Presented by Burlington Capital will feature top jumping and vaulting competitors, May 5-8, 2022, at CHI Health Center Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, site of the highly-acclaimed 2017 FEI World Cup™ Finals and the upcoming 2023 FEI World Cup™ Finals.
Produced by the Omaha Equestrian Foundation, the International Omaha Presented by Burlington Capital is not your ordinary horse show. Located in the heart of downtown Omaha, everything is under one roof – stabling, warm-up, competition arena, educational and exhibit area, demonstrations, and shopping expo. The event gives riders, visitors, and volunteers from nearly 40 states and multiple countries a chance to see and meet some of the world’s finest equestrian athletes, who will be competing for over $250,000 in prize money.
The jumping competition features classes at a range of heights and divisions including Children, Junior/Amateur, and Open. The event’s four days of competition opens with the $75,000 InIt2WinIt Speed Jumping Challenge and culminates with the event’s featured highlight, the $100,000 International Omaha Grand Prix.
For the first time, the International Omaha will also host the FEI discipline of vaulting with child, Junior & Young Gold & Senior Individual and Pas De Deux competitions. The highlight will be a qualifying competition for the FEI Vaulting World Cup™ Final, an event that will be held in the U.S. for the first time in 2023, along with the Jumping and Dressage Finals, as part of the FEI World Cup™ Finals in Omaha.
How to Attend
Tickets are on sale NOW and start at just $10 For tickets, go to ticketmaster.com. VIP packages are available and include access to the VIP lounge. VIP packages are available through ticketmaster.com.
For more information about the 2022 International Omaha Presented by Burlington Capital, including Prize List, Schedule of Events, Tickets, and more, visit OmahaEquestrian.org.
About the Omaha Equestrian Foundation
The Omaha Equestrian Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that strives to bring equestrian sport into the mainstream by changing the way it is presented and to develop Omaha into a hub of the sport horse industry, attracting and developing championship competitions as both educational and economic development opportunities for the community
Source: Press Release by Marty Bauman for International Omaha
Photo: © Omaha International