The final Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping major of the year was contested by 40 of the world's finest in Geneva.
Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping
Kent Farrington claims top spot in the Trophée De Genève – for the sixth time – as 'the best indoor equestrian show in the world' kicks off.
The acclaimed Swiss venue will feature the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final and the Rolex Grand Prix, the final Grand Slam major of 2023.
Foster rode two spectacular rounds and a jump-off in the $3 million class aboard Figor on a day which saw four Canadians in the top 12.
Course designer Leopoldo Palacios will challenge an elite field of horses and riders in the CPKC International Grand Prix.
Top show jumpers from around the world prepare to compete over Leopoldo Palacios' tracks at the iconic Calgary venue.
Forty of the world’s best tackled Frank Rothenberger's challenging course; Spruce Meadows is the next Grand Slam stop for the German winner.
Four prestigious horse shows ‒ CHIO Aachen, CSIO Spruce Meadows Masters, CHI Geneva and The Dutch Masters ‒ host Grand Slam events.
The American rider becomes the new Rolex Grand Slam Live Contender with his victory aboard the great mare HH Azur.
Ten of the world’s best show jumpers battled it out to be crowned the 2022 Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final champion at CHI Geneva.