The Masters of Chantilly ticketing is now open!

  • Wednesday 02 June 2021
  • 4:00 PM
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The Masters of Chantilly is delighted to announce that ticketing is now open, and the public is welcome, from July 8 to 11, in strict compliance with health and safety measures.

The Masters of Chantilly and its partner Rolex are the major event of this summer's sporting resumption, offering a rendezvous for lovers of great equestrian sport, enthusiasts, and its fans. They will be able to meet the best show jumping riders during the four days of competition in the Great Stables’ and the Castle’s spectacular arenas.                                                       


Tickets are now available for grandstand seats. Ideally located, these seats allow spectators to fully enjoy the Great Stables’ arena. Regarding booking, the established capacity is for 1128 places per day; this number may change according to the applicable measures on the date of the event.

Ticket prices:                                                                    

  • Friday: €15
  • Saturday: €25
  • Sunday: €35
  • 3-day pass: €70

Tickets will be sold exclusively online at this link. For the protection of all, please note that there will be no tickets available on site; it will nevertheless be possible to acquire an e-ticket directly via smartphone. A digital ticket will then be issued to you for presentation at the entrance to the stands.

The Prestige Village will be free and open to the public. To walk among the stands, it will be necessary to present a sanitary pass as required for any event of more than 1,000 people. It will still be possible to attend the Masters of Chantilly events for free. Standing room along the Great Stables will be free and everyone can enjoy the show.



On Thursday, July 8, at 10am, there will be an event reserved for young MYH horses set at 1.30m; a specific event designed for the training of young horses.                       

On Friday, July 9, at 1.30pm, the 1.55m CSI5* M1 event will take place, where international riders will meet to contest the €50,000 prize.                       

Then come and enjoy the Speed Challenge, the fastest event in the world on Saturday, July 10 at 7pm. The Speed Challenge is a unique event where each fallen pole can be compensated by the final speed of the round.         Microsoft Word - PR-4.docx                

Finally, the Rolex Grand Prix will be the highlight of the weekend with a 1.60m course, on Sunday, July 11 at 3pm.