Rolex Grand Slam of Showjumping

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You can watch all legs of the Rolex Grand Slam LIVE on Horse & Country TV.

The Rolex Grand Slam is the toughest series in showjumping, with the biggest prize money. Any rider that can consecutively win the Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows, Geneva and Aachen will receive a €1million bonus.

Scott Brash is the only rider in history to have achieved such a feat back in 2015, riding the super talented Hello Sanctos.

This year a fourth event has been added, with the Dutch Masters in `s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands joining the Rolex Grand Slam fixtures. This means there will now be a Major in each quarter of the calendar:

  • CHIO Aachen in Germany on 23 July
  • Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ CSIO in Calgary, Canada on 10 September
  • CHI Geneva on 10 December
  • `s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands on 18 March 2018

Despite this new addition, the rules of Rolex Grand Slam still apply. However, if any rider can win the fourth additional Major the bonus will be doubled to an incredible €2million.

The Rolex Grand Prix Spruce Meadows will broadcast LIVE on Sunday 10 September at 7pm on Sky 253 or you can watch on H&C’s website by subscribing to H&C Play. The live showjumping will not be available on the H&C Play app.

We are also showing highlights of the Rolex Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows on 13 and 15 September at 9pm, which you can watch on all H&C platforms, including Amazon Video.

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