Organizers of the LGCT event say it will proceed with 50% capacity and anti-COVID-19 and anti-EHV protocols implemented.
Decision made due to the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting travel restrictions and health safety concerns - plus the risk of a second wave later this year.
Lars Windhorst, new half-owner of the LGCT, lost his nerve about investing in show jumping due to the coronavirus crisis.
When the Board of Directors of the cancelled LGCT Montreal event filed for bankruptcy, a long list of creditors totalling $1,564,060 was left behind.
It was a phenomenal climax to a magical season for Explosion W and Ben Maher (GBR) as they won the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix.
The Longines Global Champions Tour event that was scheduled to be held in the Old Port of Montreal on September 19-22, 2019, has been cancelled.
Canada's Eric Lamaze will be among the world's top riders competing in the next leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour in Miami Beach this weekend.
Next year, Montreal will host a leg of the prestigious Longines Global Champions Tour in the Old Port of Montreal ‒ the first such stop in Canada.
The Longines Global Champions Tour of Chantilly took place this weekend, where Belgian’s Jérôme Guéry was victorious in front of a crowd of nearly 6,000 spectators. “I won last year the same class and it’s never easy to repeat this kind of exercise a year later, so I’m really pleased by this victory,” said Guéry. […]
The FEI has suspended international judge Rogier Van Iersal and course designer Rob Jansen, who served as officials during the first two stages of the unsanctioned Global Champions League in Miami and Mexico City, held April 10th and 17th, respectively. The FEI has held firm on its stance against the Global Champions League, which is operated […]