Kentucky CSI3* Invitational Grand Prix
COVID-19 UPDATE – March 16, 2020
We will release an official statement on the status of LRK3DE 2020 and the Kentucky Invitational Grand Prix in the next few days. Admittedly, as a small nonprofit organization, we may not be as nimble or as fast as for-profit companies in situations like this. Please be patient with us while we work through the details of this unprecedented situation. Thank you!
When: Friday, April 24, | Saturday, April 25
Where: Rolex Stadium, Kentucky Horse Park
Classes: Friday: 1.45m Ranking Class | Saturday: 1.60m Grand Prix
Prize Money: Friday: $37,000 | Saturday: $225,000
Course Designer: Guilherme Jorge
Equestrian Events, Inc. has partnered with Split Rock Jumping Tour to produce the $225,000 Kentucky CSI3* Invitational Grand Prix presented by Hagyard Equine Medical Institute on Saturday night of the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event presented by MARS Equestrian™ at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Introduced at the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, the Kentucky CSI3* Invitational has taken place to the cheers of a packed stadium of 11,000-plus fans.
In addition to the Invitational Grand Prix, which features some 30 international riders, there will be a $37,000 1.45m FEI ranking class on Friday afternoon following the completion of the Land Rover Kentucky dressage competition.
Guilherme Jorge, show jumping course designer at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, is the course designer for the CSI.
Friday Ranking Class: No stadium seat ticket required. This event is open seating.
Saturday Grand Prix: Stadium seat tickets for Grand Prix on Saturday are required. Tickets are $5, plus fees.
- Land Rover Kentucky 3-Day Event Ground Admission tickets are not needed to see the Friday or Saturday Grand Prix if you enter after 3 pm.
Enjoy the Friday Grand Prix and Saturday’s $225,000 Grand Prix from a ringside tent overlooking the arena!
- Table for 8 on the first row: $3,500
- Table for 8 on the 2nd to 5th row: $2,500.
- Single Grand Prix Hospitality tickets available for $500 per person.
Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI) is a non-profit charitable Kentucky corporation that was established initially to produce the 1978 World Three-Day Event Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park. Following the success of those championships, EEI established an annual event that evolved into the world-renowned Kentucky Three-Day Event which draws more than 80,000 spectators to the Kentucky Horse Park each year.
The Split Rock Jumping Tour is an internationally-recognized show jumping series now in its third year that attracts an impressive line-up of Olympic veterans and international riders. Split Rock events give competitors, sponsors and spectators an “Unparalleled Show Jumping Experience” with world-class venues, top prize money, extravagant awards and numerous first-class amenities for riders, horses, owners, sponsors and spectators.