Tickets On Sale for Longines Global Champions Tour of London 2015!

Thursday, June 4, 2015
Posted by Global Champions Tour



See Great Britain's Olympic heroes in action against the rest of the world this summer at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London at historic Syon Park from 24th - 26th July.

Tickets are now on sale for the UK leg of the world's premier international show jumping series so don't miss your chance to see the international stars of the sport up close and in action for the 11th leg of the championship race.

Hosted in the beautiful grounds of Syon House, the stately home of the Duke of Northumberland, the much anticipated London stage of the circuit will see top riders competing for prize money of over £600,000. Every day will feature top-level competitions featuring the top-ranked riders in the world with the Longines Global Champions Tour of London Grand Prix taking place on Saturday afternoon, 25th July. The event will also feature exciting classes for amateur riders every day to showcase the talented young stars of the future.

Last year Scott and his London Olympic 2012 gold medal horse Hello Sanctos triumphed in front of an ecstatic British crowd and in 2013 his British team mate Ben Maher also delivered a patriotic victory taking the honours in the Grand Prix in London. This year they will be up against a strong field of riders from North America, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia.

Already the 2015 series, which opened in spectacular style in Miami Beach, USA and features a total of 15 events, has produced a fierce battle at the top of the ranking board with Scott Brash, Luciana Diniz, Bassem Hassan Mohammed and Puis Schwizer among those in hot contention for the No1 spot.

On display throughout the show ground will be a range of exciting shopping outlets and delicious refreshments for visitors of all ages to enjoy. Syon House will provide a historic and elegant setting with its beautiful parkland and gardens designed by Capability Brown and classic interiors by Robert Adam in the 18th century.

For further information and to buy your tickets please click this link.