What better present for the organizer and the public of the 11th Longines Masters of Paris than a 100% French podium for the Longines Grand Prix?
Led by Swedish chef d'équipe Henrik Ankarcrona, Europe mercilessly won on a final score of 125 for the Old Continent to 80 for the New World.
The high jump contest, the Lido de Paris Masters Power, was the first highlight of the day at the Longines Masters of Paris.
A total of 74 riders got their bearings in the Masters One Hubside, the opening class of the CSI 5* at the Longines Masters of Paris.
The first competition of the Riders Masters Cup will have five European riders and five riders from the American continent battling it out.
From December 5 to 8, the world's greatest riders will meet in the City of Light for the Longines Masters of Paris in front of the 50,000 spectators.
Get ready for an exciting showdown between Europe and the Americas as top show jumpers, including Canada’s Eric Lamaze, compete in the Riders Masters Cup.
By presenting new and exciting riders to its spectators, the Longines Masters opens up equestrian sport to the younger generation of enthusiasts.
The Riders Europe team won their third Riders Masters Cup in as many editions at the Longines Masters of Paris in Saturday night.
The first "signature class" of the tenth Longines Masters of Paris, the Longines Speed Challenge, saw Kevin Staut (FRA) win for the third time.