Amsterdam – After last year’s success, Mexico City will be hosting the Longines Global Champions Tour again from April 6th – April 9th this year. Once again, the team of Equine Support International (ESI) will be the coordinator of the Holland Horse Land project. This is an annual activity of the Dutch Embassy in collaboration with multiple Dutch partners, including Horse Service International, KLM, Foal Auction Prinsjesdag, Team Nijhof, Ehorses, Hank Melse Stables, KWPN and the Wiemselbach. Together, they form this year an alliance to show the Mexican equestrian sport what the Netherlands, as a true horse country, is capable of.
As a result of the growing demand for KWPN and Friesian horses in Mexico, the demand for the Dutch equestrian knowledge is also increasing. The Holland Horse Land project responds to this growing demand by bringing the Mexican horse owners, lovers and riders and the Dutch equestrian sector together to improve the overall well-being of horses and, therefore, their sport performance.
This year, the Holland Horse Land booth serves as a major source of equestrian inspiration. Visitors can find all kinds of information about the Dutch equestrian sports, knowledge and horse related products and services. Think of guidelines for a happy horse, studbooks and the various innovative products and services the Dutch equestrian sport has to offer.
This is a great continuation to a hopefully annual Dutch presence in Mexico-City where seeing and being seen is essential.