Renowned Swiss father and son show jumpers talk about the exceptional Clooney, competing, and the evolution of the sport.
An interview with Peter Charles (GBR) at the CHI Geneva about the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping and the next generation of show jumping stars.
"I’ve never ridden here before. I was once here to watch my brother Bertram (Allen) but to ride here I think it’s going to be unbelievable."
USA’s Kent Farrington produced a lightning fast round aboard his notoriously fast mount, Creedance, to claim the Trophée de Genève at CHI Geneva.
From December 12-15 2019, show jumping fans will travel to Switzerland for what is widely regarded as the world’s greatest indoor competition, CHI Geneva.
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.
In February, Kent Farrington suffered a serious leg injury when he fell off Lucifer V at the Winter Equestrian Festival. Here, he talks about his recovery.
Niels Bruynseels of Belgium is the latest Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping contender following the Rolex Grand Prix at the Dutch Masters.