JIEPP will be the home of the equestrian event for the Asian Games 2018. It is now less than a year to go till Asia squares off for the Asian Games 2018. Preparations are ongoing and is on schedule to meet its targeted date. JIEPP is working closely with the FEI in order to be inline with the international standard, President of the Ground Jury, Christina Klingspor (SWE).
Renovation for this venue began in March 2017, and has already reached up to 90% completion. Part of this completion is the cross-country field which is still needing its final touches. During the test events, the foreign delegation appointed by the FEI was on site to ensure the event runs smoothly. The Cross Country track will be approximately 3.7km long and in the heart of the field exists a lake with an area of about 7 hectares.
Below you can find a video of the initial state of the Cross Country Field to which it was still full of uncut grass. There have been major progress from what it was before to the state it is in today.
Cross Country Length 3.7km Approximately
Foreign Technical Delegate: Neil McKenzie-Hall (NZL)
Course Designer: John Nicholson (NZL)