Friday evening’s 1.60m Tourmaline Oil Cup was contested by 28 horse and rider combinations in Spruce Meadows’ iconic International Ring, with a large majority struggling to master Venezuelan course designer, Leopoldo Palacios’s technical 16-fence challenge. Just six riders eventually went clear and progressed to the eight-obstacle jump-off, including Beezie Madden, Martin Fuchs, Mario Deslauriers, Max […]
Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping
Sweden’s Henrik von Eckermann, together with his 13-year-old mare Toveks Mary Lou, took the top spot at The Dutch Masters in the arena in Brabanthallen.
It was another night of crowd-pleasing entertainment as Maikel van der Vleuten took the victory in the Audi Prize, the second Rolex Grand Prix qualifier.
The Trophée de Genève saw nine horse and rider combinations compete in a hotly contested jump-off, with Daniel Deusser coming out on top.
Find out who the top riders to watch are at the third Major of the year, the CP International, presented by Rolex at the CSIO 5* Spruce Meadows Masters.
The CSIO Spruce Meadows Masters, the third Major of the year, will welcome the world’s best riders to Canada from September 5-9, 2018.
Niels Bruynseels of Belgium is the latest Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping contender following the Rolex Grand Prix at the Dutch Masters.
Riders from around the world, including Canada's Eric Lamaze, will target the Dutch Masters, the newest stop in the Rolex Grand Slam Of Show Jumping.
The hometown favourite, Steve Guerdat, won the Rolex Grand Prix at the CHI Geneva, the third and final major event of the year in the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping at the Palexpo. The reigning Olympic gold medallist relegated Simon Delestre from France and the Canadian show jumper Eric Lamaze into second and third […]
The 2015 Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ Tournament concluded with a momentous day of show jumping on Sunday, September 13, as Great Britain’s Scott Brash jumped to victory in the $1.5 Million CP International, presented by Rolex, riding superstar mount Hello Sanctos. Belgium’s Pieter Devos and Dylano placed second, and Brazil’s Pedro Veniss and Quabri de L […]