Monaco’s stunning super yachts and the Port d’Hercule provide a magical backdrop for a three-day feast of top-class show jumping in the 7th leg of the tour.
The beautiful Principality of Monaco holds one of the smallest arenas on the tour, with competitors needing precision and skill to negotiate the testing track in this unique setting.
The magical back-drop of Port d’Hercule and the iconic Prince’s Palace in Monaco will provide a three-day feast of top-class show jumping alongside fantastic entertainment this June. Monaco, officially the Principality of Monaco, is a sovereign city-state, country, and microstate on the French Riviera in Western Europe. France borders the country on three sides while the other side borders the Mediterranean Sea.
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, where daring, scope and bravery are the key ingredients essential for success. Watched over by the super-yachts and nestled in the former Formula 1 pit lane, this event is truly unique in the world of show jumping and draws crowds from all around the world.
The enchanting Riviera location and luxurious facilities at the Monaco event combine to deliver a stunning experience for families, VIPs, sponsors, owners and riders. Monaco, which also plays host to Formula One and ATP Masters tennis, is a hub of sport with many high-profile fans in attendance. HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and other members of the Royal Family are patrons of the event and are joined by business leaders and celebrities to cheer on the riders.
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