Who Will Host the 2022 World Equestrian Games?
Horse-Canada.com reviews the shallow pool of potential host facilities for the 2022 World Equestrian Games, following the withdrawal of Samorin, Slovakia.
By: Horse Media Group |
The search has begun for a new host city for the 2022 World Equestrian Games, following the withdrawal of Samorin, Slovka, from the honour. Who would be best to shoulder the financial burden and be logistically able to host the 2022 WEQ? Of the possible venues, four are in the United States — two World Equestrian Center locations in Ocala, Florida, and Wilmington, Ohio; the Tryon International Equestrian Center, in Mill Spring, North Carolina; and the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. It is doubtful that the WEG will want to hold the Games in the same country twice in a row, essentially leaving these four locations out of the running.
In this Horse-Canada.com article, all eight possible candidates, those in the U.S. in addition to Chio Aachen in The Soers, Aachen, Germany; Sydney International Park in Horsely Park, NSW, Australia; Al Shaqab in Doha, Qatar; and Magna Racino in Ebreichsdorf, Austria, are discussed.
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