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Sport calendar 2022

In 2022, Trakiets equestrian centre hosts two state championships in jumping and organizes three private tournaments in jumping. For several years in a row, Trakiets equestrian centre has been the organizer of an exhibition and testing for young horses.
In 2018 and 2019, Trakiets equestrian centre hosts the the Young Riders Academy, which helps develop young athletes with potential. This event is also the first camp of this type in Europe, which will be held again in 2022.
In 2015, the FAI Challenge Finals is held, featuring young riders from different countries with Bulgarian horses. In 2017, the Balkan Championships in show jumping
Balkan Jumping Championship is held, and in 2020 the Trakiets equestrian centre organized the Balkan Cup in the same discipline.

What is next

Forthcoming events in 2022 at Trakiets complex:


Until the end of 2022, Trakiets equestrian centre will also host:

Winners in 2022:


Pony riders

1. Lora Cholakova with pony Olaf K
2. Victoria Stefanova with pony Archi
3. Slavi Dungarov with pony Morfei

Young riders:

1. Venesa Atanasova with Happy
2. Kristiana Atanasova with Lorina Astoria
3. Irina Nikolova with Kristin


1. Desislava Milanova with Kazenta
2. Danaya Velinova with Kardika
3. Eliza Cholakova with Elda Balu


1. KalinaDimova with Svilen
2. Petar Cholakov with Equadov
3. Valya Pashunova with Lambada


1. Milko Kochev with Karino
2. Aya Miteva with Scandu
3. Ivana Angelova with Kasai


Winners in 2021:

The best 4-year horses

1. Boyan Canev with Aspatuhka Atanasova
2. Denislav Aleksandrov with Diarado сson
3. Vasil Vasilev with Mercur

The best 5-year horses

1. Andrean Todorov with Morning Star 7
2. Iva Getova with Kaspar
3. Filip Velev with Lobi B

The best 6-year horses

1. Pavlin Angelov with Kaliopa
2. Milko Kochev with Dunav
3. Filip Velev with Karel N

The best 7-year horses

1. Vencislav Izov with Cazino in
2. Ivelin Valev with Jaguar
3. Anna Gocheva with Con Colanto