© Longines Global Champions Tour
Monte Carlo Jumping International
Touring some of the most exclusive places across the world these athletes and their horses compete for the biggest honours in show jumping.
The best international riders and horses will descend on the Principality to face challenging technical courses in one of the smallest arenas on the Tour. Leading up to the main event of the Longines Global Champions Tour weekend – the Prince Albert II of Monaco Grand Prix - there is much to sample in the way of glamorous local culture in this beguiling little city.
"Suspense, emotion and sporting prowess are the hallmarks of this stage of the Global Champions Tour."
Where & when
Held in Port Hercule on an especially built stadium overlooking the boats and yachts.
What to see
Since its creation in 2006, this three-day show jumping competition has been different to any other. Bringing in tonnes of fibre sand and transforming the port into stables is no mean feat, along with creating a specific luxurious event. It's a rare sight indeed to see these world champion horses stabled amongst the most beautiful yachts in the world.
Dates for this event