Las Vegas World Cup Individual Session Tickets Go On Sale Sunday

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Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro. © 2014 Jenny Abrahamsson/
Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro. © 2014 Jenny Abrahamsson/

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Feb. 11, 2015–Individual session tickets for the 2015 FEI World Cup Finals of dressage and jumping go on sale Sunday, Feb. 15.

The Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final where Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro are scheduked to defend the title won in 2014 and Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final will be held April 15-19 at the Thomas & Mack Arena, six years since the last time the annual world individual championships were staged in Las Vegas.

All-session and VIP ticket packages for dressage and jumping or as a combination have been available since last summer, but beginning Feb. 15 spectators will be able to buy individual session tickets for any day or performance.

Individual session ticket prices for the dressage final range from $35 to $115 (€31-€101) while for jumping the range is $30 to $85 (€26.30-€75). All individual VIP tickets are $300 (€265) per session.

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“To date, ticket sales are on par with 2007, our record-setting year as host of the FEI World Cup Finals,” said Pat Christenson, President of Las Vegas Events, the not-for-profit group that organizes the event. “We pride ourselves on producing a unique and memorable World Cup Finals in Las Vegas. Our goal is to raise the bar once again and set new standards for equestrian fans as they witness the best jumping and dressage riders compete for the coveted World Cup trophies.”

The event opens Wednesday, April 15 with warm-up classes for both dressage and jumping and dressage.

Competition begins Thursday, April 16 with the dressage Grand Prix at noon (3pm US ET, 2100 CET) followed by jumping final Round I at 7 pm (10pm US ET, 0400 CET Friday).

The dressage Final Freestyle to determine the champion is scheduled for noon (3pm US ET, 2100 CET) Saturday, April 18.

The jumping Final starts at noon (3pm US ET, 2100 CET) Sunday, April 19.

Ticket and combo packages are also still available for both the dressage and jumping Finals.

The World Cup Dressage Final has been won twice by American riders since the first event in 1986–by Debbie McDonald on Brentina in 2003 and Steffen Peters on Ravel in 2009. The Final has been held in the United States in Los Angeles in 1995 and Las Vegas in 2005, 2007 and 2009.