The Longines Grand Prix is the grand finale of the Masters series from Los Angeles, featuring a technical, Olympic-level course. There are approximately twelve obstacles and fifteen demanding jumps, some up to 1.60m in height, with tough sequences and double and triple combinations. To determine the winner, riders who jump clear (or have the same number of penalties), take part in a jump off, a shorter version of the initial course where time is of the essence.
The prize money of $350K is just the beginning. The Longines Grand Prix offers the winner an opportunity to vie for the Grand Slam Indoor of Show Jumping, the ultimate equestrian challenge across continent and the chance to win an unprecedented bonus of 2.25 million Euros for the rider who can succeed in winning the Masters Grand Prix in Los Angeles, Paris and Hong Kong.