A final day dedicated to the Grand Prix
This 40th edition of the Longines Champions Global Tour was a huge success. I'd like to thank the entire organization, and especially Juliette Gorin, for their professionalism and kindness.
All day long, spectators at the Stade des Hespérides were thrilled by the magical show brought to us by the world's greatest riders.
CSI 2, Prix Direction de la Ville de Cannes
Once again, France shines with victory for Jauris Tamssom and Bobine Duplessis in 34"35.
Second place was also French thanks to Alice Weill and Bakara Barbotiere in 35"89.
Third place went to Israel with Haley Elizabeth Schaufeld and Farah van Klapscheutn in 38"40.
CSI 2, Prix Riviera Hôtel
Another French victory for this prize with Inès Joly and Faylinn de Fondcombe with a performance of 35"27.
Great Britain took second place, with Florence Polland and Katie Bell winning in 37"40.
Third place for the USA with Sloan Hopson and Cordelia GP Z in 38"91.
CSI 2, 40th anniversary prize of Jumping International de Cannes, presented by Constance Hôtels&Resorts
Britain's Keira Stoute and Guru won the prize with the fastest double clear round, in 41"45.
Second place went to South African Genene Burnett and Vanda Phantom, with a performance of 45"73.
She was followed by Britain's Tess Carmichael and Luke Lemon, who clocked a performance of 46"23.
CSI 5, Alpes Maritimes department prize
Victory went to Germany's Hans-Dieter Dreher on Prinz, who won by speed, crossing the finish line in under 60".
Second place went to Belgian Gilles Thomas on Feromas van Beek Z.
Third place for Irish rider Denis Lynch on Rubens LS la Silla.
CSI 5, Grand Prix Longines Global Champions Tour presented by the city of Cannes
A huge victory for Dutch rider Maikel van der Vleuten and Beauville Z Nop, who won the Grand Prix 1m60, the 6th stage of the LGCT, after an incredible 13-couple jump-off in 39"37.
Belgium takes second place on the podium thanks to Pieter Devos and Mom's Toupie de la Roque in 39"92.
Irish rider Michael Duffy and Cinca 3 completed the 2023 podium with a time of 40"15.
The evening came to a close with an increasingly magical performance by Jean-François Pignon.