LOS ANGELES OCTOBER 2016 Los Angeles Convention Center
Main events
  • Sunday 04th October
  • 01:15 PM
  • 1.60m
  • US $450,000
  • Masters (5*)
Information & Reservation

The Longines Grand Prix is the grand finale of the show jumping competition. It is the key class. A technical, Olympic-level course, with approximately twelve obstacles and fifteen demanding jumps,  – up to 1.60m in height at most – with tough sequences and double and triple combinations, requiring horses that are perfectly trained and focused and experienced riders who must not make even the slightest error of judgement. To determine the winner, riders who jump clear (or have the same number of penalties), take part in a jump off, a shorter version of the initial course where time is of the essence.
The Los Angeles Grand Prix, which first took place in 2014, immediately became one of the most important Grands Prix in the United States. With prize money of US $450,000, the Longines Grand Prix is the richest indoor class in the United States. And it is doubly interesting in 2015: if Great Britain’s John Whitaker, the winner of the Longines Grand Prix in Hong Kong, can repeat his feat in California, he could walk away with an initial bonus of €500,000 for winning his second Masters Grand Slam. 
Previous Winners
2014 Longines Los Angeles Masters - Jos Verlooy & Domino


Winners of the previous editions