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Date(s) - Nov 9 , 2023 - Nov 12 , 2023
9:00 am - 11:00 pm




Fieracavalli returns for its 125th edition as an international show devoted to horses and horseback riding. The event has been a global equestrian landmark for over a century due to its promotion of equestrian business, entertainment, and culture.
Featuring 750 exhibitors from 24 countries, Fieracavalli showcases Italian and international brands for equestrians. Visitors can browse for equitation-related pieces such as clothing, accessories, equipment, food and veterinary items for horses, and more.

Last year the event has put together a programme full of events, exhibitions, conferences and social projects, all under the banner of sustainability. “Insieme. Vicini.” (Together. Neighbours.) is the claim of this edition that confirms itself as the reference event for its international community, where passion for horses meets business, sport, lifestyle, entertainment, territories and digital innovation.
The first novelty this year is the increasingly strengthened partnership with Scuderia 1918, the international racing team that becomes the event’s main sponsor.
The link with FISE is also strengthened, which will see the sports schedule expand between 2022 and 2023. The venue for the finals of the two national show jumping circuits is confirmed: the 124×124 and the Italian Champions Tour will be held in Hall 8, the competition ground also for the most eagerly awaited event, the 21st edition of the Coppa del Mondo di Salto Ostacoli Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™, which returns to its original capacity.
Like every edition, ample space is given to the breeds: halls 2, 9 and 10 are dedicated to Arabian, Friesian, Criollo, Iberian and Italian breeds, just as two entire halls (11 and 12) are dedicated to the American horse and the Westernshow, which this year hosts the queen of star and stripes disciplines, with the “Avviamento al Reining” trophy promoted by FISE, together with the barrel and aptitude tests of the American Quarter Horse by AIQH. When the sun goes down, the Westernshow changes its face and turns into a big saloon: an occasion for fun and entertainment for all lovers of the Old West.
There are also numerous projects with a social impact: from stable work as a reason for social reintegration for inmates and ex-convicts, to projects on hippotherapy for children with autism spectrum in collaboration with the ASD Horse Valley, to the area “Il viaggio che cambia, percorsi di turismo sostenibile” (The journey that changes, sustainable tourism routes), to the profound work of monitoring and raising awareness on respect for horses through the code of ethics shared with all exhibitors at the show, the ample space dedicated to the Horse Friendly Arena in the daily demonstrations as well as in the evening Gala.


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