WE RIDE THE WORLD
If equestrian sports are a matter of taste, there is still a consensus that no one can question: the beauty of the horse transcends the sportive exploit, and beyond the extraordinary performance of the riders, conveys a feeling of wonder.
And this is doubtlessly what makes show jumping universal, transcending countries, cultures and populations. Its treasured values do not need rules to exist. They are shared without effort as a testimonial. There is something profoundly captivating in the competition, like a theatrical play that mesmerises and transports you.
In a world that is becoming more and more digital, the experience of the live spectacle is a rare and enviable commodity. All over the world sports events gather the crowds and unlock passions, inspired by social networks as symbols of a generation that is eager to share. This emotion, this dream, this enchantment that we bring to our “Masters” is our mission at EEM. Each new season of Longines Masters Series, "Grand Slam Indoor of Show Jumping", across three continents, three cultures, three emblematic cities, Los Angeles, Paris, and Hong Kong, we carry the values of our sport as an antidote to the difficulties of our time.
A few moments of wonderment in a tormented world.
Established in three of the world’s most iconic cities — Los Angeles, Paris and Hong Kong — the Longines Masters series, “Grand Slam Indoor of Show Jumping” is renowned as one of the most prestigious equestrian events in the world.
The Longines Masters Series attracts each year the best horses and riders on the planet. The unique event concept is a celebration of the best of the sport of Show Jumping and entertainment for passionate equestrians, horse lovers and all those who enjoy a unique lifestyle experience.
GRAND SLAM INDOOR OF SHOW JUMPING
Presented by EEM and recognized by the FEI, the “Grand Slam of Indoor Show Jumping” is the ultimate challenge, with two levels of prizes:
The Super Grand Slam, a bonus of 2.25 million Euros for winning 3 consecutive Longines Grand Prix in the same season: Los Angeles, followed by Paris and then Hong Kong.
The Grand Slam: a bonus of 1 million Euros for three successive victories in the Longines Grand Prix from one season to the next, (ex: Paris > Los Angeles > Hong Kong, or Hong Kong > Paris > Los Angeles.)
With total potential prize earnings of up to €4.5 million, this new intercontinental challenge thus raises EEM and its “Grand Slam Indoor of Show Jumping” to the ranks of legendary sporting events such as the Ryder Cup for golf, the Grand Slam for tennis and the America's Cup for sailing.