2018 WEG Biding Re-Opened – Bromont NOT Selected

Posted in 2018 Games, World Equestrian Games at 9:04 pm by Thomas

Breaking News: The announcement has just been made in the last couple of hours that Bromont Canada’s bid for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games has been turned down as it currently stands.  With this decision the FEI has been forced to re-open the bidding process for the 2018 Games but did strongly request that Bromont resubmit a bid which they said they would.

It all came down to the public financing of the Games.  “The Bromont/Montreal bid was very impressive on all technical aspects and it is hugely disappointing, both for the bid team and for the FEI, that the Bureau was unable to allocate the FEI World Equestrian Games 2018 today”, FEI President HRH Princess Haya said, “but unfortunately, without the necessary financial support, the FEI and the organisers would be exposed to an unacceptable financial risk”.

No specifics were given on the new timeline for the re-bidding process.  So we will be keeping our ears to the ground to see what we hear through both the official and unofficial information channels.

Kentucky Colonel
Thomas P. Demond

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