L’Année Hippique is the ultimate collector’s item for the equestrian enthusiast. Since 1943, this yearbook has chronicled the most important events in equestrian sport, illustrated with world-class photography and articles. At the end of every year, L’Année Hippique allows horse lovers to relive the atmosphere of the past equestrian season. The book provides a wonderful picture of the competitive dynamics of the major leagues and championships. Because of the detailed results section, L’Année Hippique also serves as an indispensable reference book for riders, trainers, horse owners and sponsors.
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The first L’Année Hippique was published in 1943 in Switzerland. In 1984 the Dutch publishing house BCM took over the title. In 2016 BCM became part of the German Forum Media Group. This company recently changed its course and is now transferring the title to Gijs Bartels, son of the former publisher Joep Bartels, thus making history repeat itself. Bartels will continue L’Année Hippique from 2023 along with some well-known names from the yearbook’s glory days.
A sumptuous record of the equestrian year’s most significant events, illustrated with glorious world-class photography and detailed articles recreating each championship’s atmosphere and stories that included the FEI European Championships. Enjoy the competitive dynamics of the eventing season, the 2021 Longines FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping and FEI Nations Cups™ Dressage and Eventing. Read all about future champions as we report on the FEI WBFSH World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses in Lanaken (BEL), the Longines FEI WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in Verden (GER) and FEI WBFSH World Breeding Eventing Championships for Young Horses in Le Lion d’Angers (FRA).
The L’Année Hippique was the first and still the best yearbook which takes you places money can’t buy. L’Année Hippique is the ultimate coffee table book, a record of events on paper that will remain as a keepsake forever.
Denise van der Net
Kris van der Steen en Krim Kreling