Today’s “Grand Prix Longines”, which took place in the frame of the International Longines Horse Show of Lausanne, saw the victory of the German rider Simone Blum on DSP Alice. She was followed by Roger Yves Bost (France) with Sydney Une Prince on the second and Simon Delestre (France) with Chadino on the third place. The winner received a Longines watch from Charles Villoz, Longines Vice President and International Sales Director.
Anthony Bourquard (Switzerland) won the “Grand Prix des Talents Longines”.
This year again, the world's top riders have been gathering in Lausanne to compete in various exciting show-jumping competitions. The Swiss watch brand has been proud to support again the International Longines Horse Show of Lausanne as Official Partner and Timekeeper and to present the “Grand Prix des Talents Longines” on Saturday and the “Grand Prix Longines” on Sunday.
Longines took this occasion to continue its support for the JustWorld foundation devoted to breaking the cycle of poverty and helping children thrive.
The Official Watch of this year’s International Longines Horse Show of Lausanne is an elegant ladies model set with diamonds of The Longines Master Collection, which blends classic elegance and excellence.
Longines looks back on a rich tradition in equestrian sports. The brand’s enthusiasm for these disciplines goes back to the year 1878, when Longines first produced a chronograph on which a jockey and his horse were engraved. Furthermore, Longines has been committed to competitions in show- jumping since 1912. Today Longines is active in equestrian sports in the disciplines of Show-Jumping, Eventing, Flat Racing, Endurance and Dressage.