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  • Coralius from #BCNalgalop ends its summer tour visiting the Palau Robert

    This afternoon the gardens of Barcelona’s Palau Robert will receive the visit of Coralius, a friendly fiber glass horse which is the protagonist of the third edition of the #bcnalgalop action from the Barcelona Equestrian Challenge (BECH).

  • Ticket for the CSIO Barcelona 2018 are now available

    From today on, tickets to attend the most important equestrian event in the world are  on sale through . 

  • Coralius, the #bcnalgalop horse, starts its city tour

    This morning the Tibidabo amusement park received a curious visitor. This is Coralius, a fiber glass horse which is the protagonist of the third edition of the #bcnalgalop action organized by the Barcelona Equestrian Challenge (BECH).

  • Next Stop: CSIO Barcelona

    The Barcelona Equestrian Challenge selected the prestigious EINA, University Center of Design and Art of Barcelona, to organize among its students the fourth edition of “A jump for the city” contest. The contest is about to design an obstacle for the most prestigious horse riding competition: the CSIO Barcelona 2018. The objective of the action, under way for several years, is to continue strengthening the existing link between the centenary sport competition and the city, while promoting internationally Barcelona.

  • Spanish rider Tino Torres passed away

    Today it is a sad day for the Spanish equestrian sport. Our rider and friend Tino Torres has passed away after several years of brave battle against a tremendous disease. Those who have been lucky knowing him as rider and teacher, as a friend, will always remember his great entirety and courage. His fighter and competitor spirit which has been a constant in his life. CSIO Barcelona, extends its deepest sympathy to his wife Mimi and daughters Ana and Maya. RIP


  • EINA’s students present their “Jump for Barcelona” projects

    The second-year students of Eina Barcelona Design School presented their projects for “A Jump for Barcelona” design contest in the RCPB. The winning project will be part of the CSIO Barcelona 2018 courses.  The objective of the action, under way for several years, is to continue strengthening the existing link between the centenary sport competition and our city.

  • Conrad Roset presents the illustration of the new CSIO Barcelona 2018 poster

    This morning, in the Reial Cercle Artistic of Barcelona, the presentation of the work that will illustrate the new poster of the 107th CSIO Barcelona, the oldest international sport  competition of Spain, has taken place. After several decades during which the illustration of the poster was created from a photography, CSIO Barcelona decided to collaborate again with an artist for this project. For this edition, CSIO Barcelona counted on Conrad Roset a young Catalan illustrator.

  • The improvements on the warm up arena have finished

    After more than one month of work, the sporting facilities of the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona have been completed with the transformation of the warm up arena of the Olympic jumping arena. The old arena has now adopted a new look and turned into a Klauss Dammann “all weather”.

  • The illustrator Conrad Roset signs the poster of the CSIO Barcelona

    Next Wednesday, May 16th  at 12.30pm, in the Reial Cercle Artístic de Barcelona the Presentation of the Poster Illustration of the 107th edition of the International Jumping Competition, CSIO Barcelona- Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final will take place.

  • Massana displays the “Jump for the City”

    Under the title Èxit. Centrifugacions I, Escola Massana will put on a series of exhibitions from April 12 to May 30 showcasing its students’ best projects. The common thread of this first exhibition is the intersectionality and diversity of the proposals that come from the different curriculums. Standing out among these pieces will be the winning obstacle from the third “Jump for the City” contest, in which students had to design a jump for the most prestigious international equestrian competition in the world: CSIO Barcelona. The winning students were inspired by the Eixample district to create their design. The jump, a wall, incorporates a map of this district, divided by the Gran Vía.