It is the most coveted prize in equestrianism. The Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping rewards the rider who, consecutively, wins the Grand Prix at three of the four Majors, namely: The Dutch Masters, the CHIO Aachen, the CSIO Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ Tournament and the CHI Geneva. The quest for this honour involves years of attentive craftsmanship, creating a unique bond between horse and rider that equates to precision and reliability on the big stage. To date, only Scotland’s Scott Brash, in 2015, has completed the feat, on his horse Hello Sanctos. Discover more https://on.rolex.com/3vKCoG5
Through its support of the finest international riders, competitions and institutions, Rolex has been a long-standing supporter of equestrianism, encouraging the global development of the sport. This enduring commitment is based on a rich heritage stretching back more than 60 years, starting with Rolex’s relationship with pioneering British Olympian Pat Smythe. The brand is a founding partner of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, the sport’s ultimate prize, which is awarded to any rider who, consecutively, wins the Grand Prix at three of the four Majors: The Dutch Masters, the CHIO Aachen, the CSIO Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’, and the CHI Geneva. Rolex’s partnerships with key figures in the equestrian community – Steve Guerdat, Scott Brash, Kent Farrington, Rodrigo Pessoa and Isabell Werth to name a few – run across generations and span the globe, enabling knowledge and experience to be shared. As part of this perpetual process of growth and constant improvement, Rolex supports the Young Riders Academy which nurtures future talent.
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