The Diamond Edition!

The 2019 edition is going to be extra festive. Besides the return of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™, Jumping Amsterdam is also celebrating its 60th anniversary with a very special Diamond Edition! But not just the programming will change. With the expansion of an additional event hall of 4.000m² full of exhibitors, great food and drinks and entertainment there is even more to see and enjoy at the RAI. And by increasing the capacity of the public stand, more visitors are welcomed to the RAI. This will only contribute to the good atmosphere that Jumping is known for. So The Diamond Edition is one not to be missed!

Jumping Amsterdam represents sport, entertainment and Amsterdam. These three anchors are the success formula that Jumping is. From 24th until the 27th of January 2019, the world’s best riders come to Amsterdam to compete in the FEI Dressage World Cup™ and the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™. They love to visit the Dutch capital, especially for its great spectators.

We present more than 60 pre-selected stands where you can buy the best products. Also, for good food and drinks, Jumping Amsterdam is the place to be. Furthermore, Cafe Bolle Jan and famous Dutch artists will bring you the best entertainment until the early hours.

High-level dressage program
Jumping Amsterdam is known for its excellent competitors in the FEI  Dressage World Cup™, both the Grand Prix and the Freestyle. Because of the amazing audience and ambiance, the best dressage riders are committed to come to their Amsterdam home, year after year. For the real enthusiasts there is a dressage passe-partout available.

 

Fantastic shows
The London Metropolitan Police, who are the absolute favorites of the Olympia Horse Show audience, performed during Jumping Amsterdam in 2009, which is also known as the 50th edition of our event. From 2010 on we also had great performances in the RAI Amsterdam, namely: Jean-Francois Pignon, Osborne Refrigerators Double Harness Scurry, Tanzende Beine, Lorenzo ‘the Flying Frenchman’, Mario Luraschi, Luma the Lion, Santi Serra, the Horseman Team and Alizée Froment.

Trickriding team The Future Guys
Take 6 daredevils, a few specially trained western horses and a fair bit of trust, boldness and speed. That are the ingredients of the impressive show in all American style that framed the sports program of Jumping Amsterdam 2018: The Future Guys. Faster than the speed of sound they performed breathtaking stunts from old westernmovies and rodeo’s. The audience was at the edge of their seats during this spectacular intermezzo.

Novotel children’s program
On Sunday morning, the specially selected program is an absolute must for the young(est) horse lovers. With fun, crazy and interactive shows varied with exciting competitions with famous riders and artists the little Jumpers will have the time of their lives.

Show jumping in Amsterdam
The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ guarantees the participation of the best riders from 24th until 27th  January 2019 during The Diamond Edition. On the 24th of January the national riders will get their chance to shine at the RAI Amsterdam arena. In the area around Amsterdam, qualifications will be held. A few lucky show jumpers win a ticket to compete at Jumping Amsterdam. When, on Friday and Saturday, the sports program comes to an end the evening continues in the promo village with performances of famous Dutch artists.

  • Winners 1958 - today

    2018 Grand Prix of Amsterdam Jumping: Marc Houtzager – NED– Sterrehof’s Calimero
    FEI World Cup Dressage: Isabell Werth – GER – Weihegold Old

    2017 Grand Prix of Amsterdam Jumping: Patrice Delaveau – FRA – Lacrimoso 3 Hdc
    FEI World Cup Dressage: Isabell Werth – GER – Weihegold Old

    2016 Grand Prix of Amsterdam Jumping: Maikel van der Vleuten – NED – VDL Groep Arera C
    Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage: Isabell Werth – GER – Weihegold Old

    2015 Grand Prix of Amsterdam Jumping: Willem Greve – NED – Carambole
    Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage: Charlotte Dujardin – GBR – Valegro

    2014 Grand Prix of Amsterdam Jumping: John Whitaker – GBR – Argento
    Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage: Charlotte Dujardin – GBR – Valegro

    2013 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Frank Schuttert – NED – Winchester HS
    Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage: Helen Langehanenberg – GER – Damon Hill NRW

    2012 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Jessica Kürten – IRL – Vincente
    Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage: Adelinde Cornelissen – NED – Jerich Parzival

    2011 BMC Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Michael Whitaker – GBR – GIG Amai
    Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage: Adelinde Cornelissen – NED – Jerich Parzival

    2010 BMC Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Billy Twomey – IRL – Je ‘t Aime Flamenco
    World Cup Dressage: Edward Gal – NED – Moorlands Totilas

    2009 BMC Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Billy Twomey – IRL – Je t’aime Flamenco
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED – IPS Painted Black

    2008 BMC Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Gert Jan Bruggink – NED – Sarantos
    World Cup jumping: Mikael Forsten – FIN – Isaac du Jonquet
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED –IPS Salinero

    2007 BMC Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Maikel van der Vleuten – NED – Audi’s Parmala Douche
    World Cup jumping: Markus Beerbaum – GER – Leena
    World Cup dressage: Imke Schellekens-Bartels – NED – Sunrise
    World Cup driving: IJsbrand Chardon – NED

    2006 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Michael Withaker – GBR – Insul Tech Quidame des Hayettes Z
    FEI World Cup Dressage Final: Anky van Grunsven – NED – Keltec Salinero

    2005 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Rodrigo Pessoa – BRA – Sigane van de Grundeval
    World Cup jumping: Lars Nieberg – GER – Loreana
    World Cup dressage: Edward Gal – NED – Lingh

    2004 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Gerco Schröder – NED – Eurocommerce Monaco
    World Cup jumping: Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum – GER – Shutterfly
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED –Gestion Salinero

    2001 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Leslie Howard – USA – Priobert de Kalvarie
    World Cup jumping: Leslie Howard – USA – Priobert de Kalvarie
    World Cup dressage: Arjen Teeuwissen – NED –Gestion Goliath T
    World Cup driving: Harry de Ruyter –NED

    2000 The legendary Gestion Bonfire says goodbye to a completely sold-out hall. The IEOA-organisers congress takes place for the second time in Amsterdam. The Grand Prix dressage is moved from the morning to the afternoon and also from the Europahal to the Zuidhal. The World Cup jumping takes place on Saturday afternoon.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Ludger Beerbaum – GER – Goldfever 3
    World Cup jumping: Rene Tebbel – GER – Meurer’s Le Patron
    World Cup dressage: Rudof Zeilinger – GER – Livijno

    1999 Jumping Amsterdam organises the first World Organisers Congress The World Cup jumping is scheduled on Saturday night.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Elise Haas – USA – Mr. Blue
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED –Gestion Bonfire

    1998 For the first time international jumping competitions take place in the Zuidhal.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Robert Smith – GBR – Senator for the Best
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED – Gestion Olympic TCN Partout date : 19 until 23 November

    1997 Sunday night returns at Jumping Amsterdam with the World Cup dressage.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Markus Fuchs – SUI – Interpane Adelfos
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED – Olympic TCN Partout date: 23 until 26 October

    1996 The international dressage competition takes (next to the Europahal) also place in the Zuidhal. Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Jos Lansink – NED – Bachus Z
    World Cup dressage: Isabell Werth – GER – Welcome 082 date: 31 October until 3 November

    1995 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Markus Fuchs –SUI – Interpane Adelfos
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED – Cameleon Cocktail date: 2 until 5 November

    1994 The Zuidhal is used as main arena for the first time.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Ludger Beerbaum – GER – Sprehe Ratina Z
    World Cup dressage: Anky van Grunsven – NED – Olympic Bonfire date: 3 until 6 November

    1993 The Zuidhal is used by the Jumpertjes on Saturday
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Jos Lansink – NED – Libero H
    World Cup dressage: Klaus Balkenhol – GER – Goldstern date: 4 until 7 November

    1992 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Piet Raymakers – NED – Rinntou Z
    World Cup dressage: Monica Theodorescu – GER – Ganimedes date: 12 until 15 November

    1991 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Eric Navet – FRA – Wait Quito de Baussy
    World Cup dressage: Sven Rothenberger – GER –  Ideaal date : 31 October until 3 November

    1990 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Jos Lansink – NED – Optiebeurs Egano
    World Cup dressage: Nina Menkova – URS – Dikson date: 1 until 4 November

    1989 Jumping Amsterdam joins the World Cup dressage
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Herve Godignon – FRA – Moet Chandon La Belletiere
    World Cup dressage: Sven Rothenberger – GER – Andiana date: 2 until 5 November

    1988 Riders demand a new ground, which is replaced in just one night.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Rob Ehrens – NED – Olympic Sunrise date: 3 until 6 November

    1987 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Pierre Durand – FRA – Jappeloup de Luze date: 29 October until 1 November

    1986 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Wiljan Laarakkers – NED – Up-to-date date: 6 until 9 November

    1985 Again, there is no competition on Sunday night.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: John Withaker – GBR – Hopscotch date: 31 October until 3 November

    1984 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Willi Melliger – SUI – Beethoven II date: 8 until 11 November

    1983 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: David Broome – GBR – Last Resort date : 27 until 30 October

    1982 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Rob Ehrens – NED – Surprice date: 28 until 31 October

    1981 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Edgar Cuepper – BEL – Cyrano date: 29 October until 1 November

    1980 The Sunday night competition is part of the programme again.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Franke Sloothaak – GER – Argonaut date : 06 until 9 November

    1979 For the first time there is no competition on Sunday night.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: David Broome – GBR – Sportsman date: 1 until 4 November

    1978 Jumping Amsterdam joins the World Cup jumping.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Hugo Simon – AUT – Gladstone date: 2 until 5 November

    1977 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Christian Huysegoms – Bel – Catapult date: 27 until 30 October

    1976 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Sönke Sönksen – GER – Kwept date: 25 until 28 October

    1975 There came an end to the national competition so only international riders could join the competition which made the competition more interesting to the qualitative better riders.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Malcolm Pyrah – GBR – Severn Valley date: 30 October until 2 November

    1974 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Hartwig Steenken – GER – Erle date: 31 October until 3 November

    1973 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Hartwig Steenken – GER – Simona date: 1 until 4 November

    1972 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Alwin Schockemöhle – GER – The Robber date: 30 November until 3 December

    1971 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Alwin Schockemöhle – GER – The Robber date: 28 until 31 October

    1970 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Nelson Pessoa -BRA- Nagir date: 29 October until 1 November

    1969 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Nelson Pessoa -BRA- Nagir date: 24 until 26 October

    1968 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Capt. Raimondo d’Inzeo – ITA – Bellevue date: 1 until 3 November

    1967 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Gerd Wildfang –GER – Athlet

    1966 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Alwin Schockemöhle – GER – Athlet date: 21 until 23 October

    1965 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Alwin Schockemöhle – GER – Exact date: 22 until 24 October

    1964 Prince Bernhard becomes the chairman of honour of Jumping Amsterdam.
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Harvey Smith – GBR – Harvester date: 27 until 29 October

    1963 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Hans Günter Winkler – GER – Romanus date: 1 until 3 November

    1962 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Alain Navet – FRA – Luma date: 26 until 28 October

    1961 Jumping Amsterdam takes place in the new RAI Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Capt. Piero d’Inzeo – ITA – Sunbeam date: 1 until 3 December

    1960 Prince Bernhard puts the so-called Z.K.H. Bernard price to disposition for the first time. Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Hans Günter Winkler – GER – Atoll date: 18 until 20 October

    1959 Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Lt. Kol. M. Fresson – FRA – Grand Veneur date: 23 until 25 October

    1958 Foundation of Jumping Amsterdam
    Grand Prix of Amsterdam jumping: Harry Wouters van den Oudenweijer – NED – Luetnant