Saut Hermès 2017 | 8th edition at the Grand Palais

Saut Hermès 2017

Friday

12:00 Prix du Grand Palais CSI5*
Table A in two phases: Phase 1, Table A, un-timed, Phase 2, Table A, against the clock.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,45 m • Prize money: € 8,000
🇮🇹 Emanuele Gaudiano & Carlotta 232

14:15 Les Talents Hermès CSIU25-A
This special class is restricted to twenty riders aged under 25, with one horse per rider.
Table A in two phases: Phase 1, Table A, un-timed, Phase 2, Table A, against the clock.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,40 m
🇬🇧 Jessie Drea & Mullaghdrin Touch

16:45 Prix Hermès Sellier CSI5*
Qualifying class for Class 6, Le Saut Hermès.
Table A against the clock with no jump-off.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,50 m • Prize money: € 25,000
🇫🇷 Patrice Delaveau & Carinjo HDC

18:30 The show « Du Songe de Don Quichotte », an original show created by the playwright Florient Azoulay with the collaboration of the equestrian artist Mario Luraschi

Saturday

10:00 Les Talents Hermès CSIU25-A
This special class is restricted to 20 riders aged under 25, with one horse per rider.
Table A against the clock with jump-off.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,45 m • Prize money: € 25,000
🇮🇹 Emanuele Massimiliano Bianchi & Zycalin W
🇸🇪 Evelina Tovek & Quiara M

12:30 Prix GL events CSI5*
Table A against the clock with jump-off.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,50 m • Prize money: € 62,000
🇫🇷 Julien Epaillard & Cristallo

15:00 Le Saut Hermès CSI5*
Contested by the 10 best male riders and the 10 best female riders after the qualifier on the first day, this class features mixed pairs of riders, with the parings decided by drawing lots, and has two rounds, both against the clock with no jump-off.
Final placing: by pair, reflecting cumulative points from both rounds and the time of the second round. Each rider may enter only one horse.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,60 m • Prize money: € 100,000
🇸🇪 Petronella Andersson & Ivoor van T Paradijs
🇩🇪 Christian Ahlmann & Colorit

16:45 « Du Songe de Don Quichotte »

19:30 Prix du 24 Faubourg CSI5*
A class against the clock with no jump-off, with progressive difficulty and a joker. Each rider rides just one horse.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,50 m-1,60 m • Prize money: € 62,000
🇫🇷 Julien Epaillard & Quatrin de la Roque LM

22:15 « Du Songe de Don Quichotte »

Sunday

09:15 Prix de la Ville de Paris CSI5*
Table A in two phases: Phase 1, Table A un-timed, Phase 2, Table A against the clock.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,50 m • Prize money: € 25,000
🇫🇷 Patrice Delaveau & Carinjo HDC

11:45 Les Talents Hermès CSIU25-A
This special class is restricted to 20 riders aged under 25.
Riders compete in pairs from the same nation, with one horse per rider.
Final placing: by pair, reflecting cumulative points from both rounds and the time of the second round.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,45 m • Prize money: € 25,000
🇧🇪 Team Jérôme Guery
Emilie Conter & Espyrante
Nathan Budd & Balder van de Katelijnkouter

13:30 « Du Songe de Don Quichotte »

15:30 Grand Prix Hermès CSI5*
The showpiece of the Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais. The height of the jumps and the technicality of the course make this one of the most demanding classes on the international circuit.
Table A, against the clock with a jump-off.
Speed: 350 m/min • Jumps: 1,60 m • Prize money: € 400,000
🇦🇺 Edwina Tops-Alexander & California

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Patrice Delaveau won the Gucci Gold Cup at the Longines Hong Kong Masters

www.lacavalieremasquee.com / Patrice Delaveau won the Gucci Gold Cup at the Longines Hong Kong Masters

The Gucci Gold Cup which took place this evening carried a prize of $122,500 US dollars, and brought together the best 25 riders in the world. Participants included some of the biggest names in the discipline such as world number one Christian Ahlmann from Germany, London Olympic Gold medalist Ben Maher from the UK, the world’s number one female rider Edwina Tops Alexander from Australia and former European Champion Kevin Staut from France. Two of the Hong Kong’s top riders, Kenneth Cheng and Raena Leung also participated in the competition.

The winner of this year’s Gucci Gold Cup is Patrice Delaveau from France, second place and third place went to Marcus Ehning from Germany and Edwina Tops Alexander, respectively.
The award was presented by Ms. Micaela Le Divelec, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Gucci, and Ms. Diana Zanetto, Executive Vice President and Chief Merchandising and Licensing Officer of Gucci.

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Longines Speed Challenge thrills show jumping fans in Hong Kong

www.lacavalieremasquee.com / Katharina Offel w/ Olivia De Nantuel @ Longines Speed Challenge (Longines Hong Kong Masters)

Ukraine’s Katharina Offel won with Olivia De Nantuel with the fastest time of 64.61 seconds

Cheers, suspense and jubilation marked today’s inaugural Longines Hong Kong Masters, which opened with the spectacular Longines Speed Challenge before thousands of show jumping fans and guests at the sold-out equestrian arena of the AsiaWorld-Expo.
The competition showcased speed and precision as the world’s top 25 riders competed to clear a course of 16 1.45-meter fences in the fastest and most accurate way possible, with two second penalties for every fault.
Ukraine’s Katharina Offel with Olivia De Nantuel topped the competition with the best time of 64.61 seconds, closely followed by France’s Patrice Delaveau with Ornella Mail HDC who placed second with a time of 64.62 seconds, and Switzerland’s Pius Schwizer with Ulysse who placed third with 65.12 seconds.
World No. 1 rider Christian Ahlmann from Germany with Little Lady Z placed fourth with 65.74 seconds, followed by France’s Roger Yves Bost with Castle Forbes Cosma at 66.92 seconds. Bost won the 2012 Longines Speed Challenge at the Gucci Paris Masters last November. USA’s Richard Spooner with Billy Bianca placed sixth with 66.96 seconds.

The exhilarating and often suspenseful Longines Speed Challenge is the first of three competitions that also include the Gucci Gold Cup and the Longines Grand Prix.

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& Longines Hong Kong Masters.

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