In August the world’s best show jumpers meet at the Longines CSI St. Moritz, the five star tournament in the Engadin. Thanks to the successful first event 2015 with four stars it raised to the five star class the following year. As before additional classes on a two-star level and a tour for amateur riders will be offered.

Terrific Grand Prix victory for the Belgian Wilm Vermeir und Iq van het Steentje

Terrific Grand Prix victory for the Belgian Wilm Vermeir und Iq van het Steentje

The Longines Grand Prix of St. Moritz was more than exciting.

Niarchos Trophy goes to Taylor Alexander

Niarchos Trophy goes to Taylor Alexander

Due to a problem in the time measurement the final ranking had to be corrected.

Nicola Philippaerts wins the first class on Sunday

Nicola Philippaerts wins the first class on Sunday

The Belgian Nicola Philippaerts aboard H&M Zilverstar is the winner of today’s first class.

Pius Schwizer’s sixth victory

Pius Schwizer’s sixth victory

Believe it or not: Pius Schwizer aboard Uderzo de Rance wins the Swiss Cup Final for the sixth time.

Belgium in front  in the Piz Bernina Prize

Belgium in front in the Piz Bernina Prize

The Belgian Wilm Verneir aboard Gentiane de la Pomme wins the Piz Bernina Prize.

Jacqueline Felber and California de Laubry win the Amateur Final

Jacqueline Felber and California de Laubry win the Amateur Final

In a great Amateur Final over 125 cm, the Prize of the Familie Vannod, Jaqueline Felber (ISR) with California de Laubry as last entering the arena, was the one to win.

The next engravement on the trophy of the Swiss Cup Final is due

The next engravement on the trophy of the Swiss Cup Final is due

A highlight of today’s Longines CSI St. Moritz is without any doubt the Swiss Cup Final.

Cicero first in the lap of honour

Cicero first in the lap of honour

Barbara Schnieper and Cicero are the winners of today’s first class.

Visit the international show jumping competition Longines CSI St. Moritz and experience the world’s elite of horse sport in an exclusive ambience. For the first time the Longines CSI St. Moritz took place in 2015 as a competition with classes in the categories CSI 4* and CSI 2*. In the program as from 2016 there are classes in the highest category CSI 5* as well as CSI 2* and in the new amateur tour.

The Longines CSI St. Moritz is the 5* show jumping competition at the highest altitude in Switzerland and Europe and offers fascinating horse sport with attractive classes and inspiring shows in the unique surrounding of the Engadin mountains. Experience top-riders as well as young talents from near and far with their best horses in competitions of the most difficult classes.

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