Pret a Tout for victory in Geneva!
Marcus Ehning (GER) & Pret a Tout triumph in the 2018 Rolex Grand Prix at the CHI de Geneve. Steve Guerdat (SWI) concludes a fantastic weekend in front of his audience, taking 2nd place of the GP on Albfuehren's Bianca after his majestic victory in the Top 10 on Alamo. 3rd place of the Grand Prix goes to Darragh Kenny (IRL) & Balou du Reventon.
Edwina & California shine in Paris
The Longines Masters of Paris conclude with the victory of Edwina Tops-Alexander (AUS) & California in the CSI5* Longines Grand Prix. Over a 7 riders jump-off, she signs the fastest time, followed by her teammate at Stal Tops, Alberto Zorzi (ITA), who was riding Contanga 3. Denis Lynch (IRL) & The Sinner complete the podium. The CSI2* Grand Prix goes to Tony Cadet (FRA) & Tolede de Mescam while Tess Carmichael (GBR) fly to victory in the CSI1* final on Atlantis Pp Z. Kevin Staut (FRA) & Ayade de Septon*HDC shine in the Longines Speed Challenge as well as the CSI5* 1m50 on the following day. The Riders Masters Cup goes once again to Europe thanks to Eduardo Alvarez Aznar, Edward Levy, Maikel van der Vleuten, Harry Charles & Daniel Deusser.
Ben Maher, Master of the 2018 Longines Global Champions Tour
Ben Maher (GBR) & Explosion W confirmed their unbelievable domination winning the Final Grand Prix of Doha and taking the overall victory of the 2018 LGCT circuit. Peder Fredricson (SWE) & Hansson WL and Harrie Smolders (NED) on Don VHP Z N.O.P. complete the podium of the Grand Prix while Harrie Smolders (NED) & Nicola Philippaerts (BEL) rise on the overall circuit podium beside Ben. Ben triumph as well with his teammates, Emily Moffitt, Olivier & Nicola Philippaerts and Martin Fuchs as London Knights take 1st place in Doha last GCL competition and top the 2018 Global Champions League Overall Championship.
Conor Swail is best in Tryon's Rolex CSI5* Grand Prix
Conor Swail (IRL) & Rubens LS La Silla triumph in the $384,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI5* of Tryon. With only 3 riders at the jump-off, Conor signs the only double clear round. Paul O'Shea (IRL) rides Skara Glen’s Machu Picchu to 2nd place while Margie Engle (USA) complete the podium on Royce.