Bram Chardon of Nederlands during the day 6 of Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping on December 11, 2022 in Geneva, Switzerland. (Photo by Pierre Costabadie/Icon Sport) (c) CHIG / Scoopdyga


Geneva, 18 October 2023 – The newly crowned European individual and team champion, Dutch driver Bram Chardon has his sights set on a third consecutive CHI Geneva win this December. The five other drivers appearing at the event will have something to say about that, among them Switzerland’s Jérôme Voutaz, who is very much at home on the FEI Driving World Cup indoor circuit.

Six drivers will take to the Palexpo arena with their four-horse teams for the only Swiss round of the FEI Driving World Cup. All eyes will be on the Netherlands’ Bram Chardon, the winner the last two times in Geneva and currently the man to beat in the discipline. Given the strength of the field, however, there should be plenty of suspense in store. Hoping to stop Chardon will be Georg von Stein, who was part of the Germany team that finished runners-up at last year’s world championships in Pratoni del Vivaro; Belgium’s Dries Degrieck, who placed third in Geneva in 2022 and won team bronze in the recent European Championships; and experienced Dutch driver Koos de Ronde, a former World Cup final winner.

It goes without saying that Switzerland’s Jérôme Voutaz will be lining up with his Franches-Montagnes. A firm favourite with the Palexpo crowd, the Valais driver will be hoping to add Geneva to his list of career honours and will not be lacking in motivation following his fourth place in February’s Bordeaux final.

The organisers have handed their wild card to France’s Anthony Horde, who won the CAI 3* in Pratoni del Vivaro last year and team bronze at the 2019 European Championships and was a first reserve for the World Cup.

Drivers entered for the CHI Geneva

Bram Chardon (NED)                                       Georg von Stein (GER)

Koos de Ronde (NED)                                      Jérôme Voutaz (SUI)

Dries Degrieck (BEL)                                         Anthony Horde (FRA, wild card)

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