Here an overview of the whole programme:
Date: December 3rd until December 6th 2016
Disciplines: 7 horse sport disciplines + dog sport:

Show jumping, dressage, vaulting, working equitation, driving, La Cuerra, agility

Additional features: Fair, show, High Fly Tour, school- and kindergarten days, horse sale show, riders party
Nations 34

AUS, AUT, AZE, BEL, BRA, CRO, CZE, DEN, EST, FRA, GBR, GER, HKG, HUN, IRL, IRI, ITA, LIE, LUX, MEX, NED, PLE, POL, POR, PUR, RUS, SUI, SLO, SVK, SWE, SYR, TUR, UKR, USA

 

Riders 400
Horses 700
Dogs 300
Exhibitioners 100 on approx. 80.000 m2 surface

 

World cup in double feature

Along with high class 4-star show jumping with the Gaston Glock’s Grand Prix on Sunday, December 6th as well as the FEI World Cup in vaulting, the Mevisto Amadeus Horse Indoors show presented for the first time the Reem Acra FEI dressage world cup, welcoming mega stars Edward Gal (world – & European champion) and Hans Peter Minderhoud.

Variety above all!

Indispensable was also this year’s iWest Amadeus Cup, the astonishing eventing show across the Salzburg Arena and the exhibition center and the high jumping in costumes, the Mevisto High Fly Tour and the Amadeus Driving Challenge. To top that, the thrilling working equitations and the amazing La-Curerra-Horseball exhibition wowed the crowd!

Young Stars

The horseback riding youngsters also didn’t miss anything out during the 4-day event. Mevisto Amadeus became the stage for the finale of the European Youngster Cups and the Transpofix Youth Tour, which are one of the most important career jumps for young aspiring competition riders. 

Fun 4 Kids

Also the littlest ones got their money’s worth with the big Fun4Kids area with playing grounds, pony rides and dog shows as well other show acts.

Krampus

In style of the Austrian tradition the Mevisto Amadeus horse indoors show did not leave out a unique characteristic of Austrian Christmas culture. A big crowd of hairy white devils with scary masks and long curved horns stormed the stage, frightening but exciting the audience, whipping each other and ringing their bells.