Kent Farrington (USA) wins the Longines Grand Prix of St. Moritz

Kent Farrington (USA) wins the Longines Grand Prix of St. Moritz

After a thrilling competition, Kent Farrington from the USA wins the Longines Grand Prix of St. Moritz with Creedance. Longines Ambassador of Elegance Jane Richard Philips rides as best Swiss rider on the excellent third place. The Swiss watch brand supported the Longines CSI St. Moritz for the second year in a row as Title Partner and Official Timekeeper and presented at this occasion a chronograph of the Longines Master Collection.

This year, the Longines CSI St. Moritz took place for the first time as 5*-event, a competition of the highest level. The enthusiastic crowd enjoyed the very unique atmosphere of the mountain area of the Engadin and witnessed equestrian sports at its best. The Longines Grand Prix of St. Moritz – one of the highlights of the event - was won by Kent Farrington from the USA and his gelding Creedance.

He was followed by Michael Whitaker (GBR) with Viking on the second and Swiss rider and Longines Ambassador of Elegance Jane Richard Philips with Pablo de Virton on the third place. The winner received an elegant Longines watch from the brand’s Vice President Charles Villoz.

The Official Watch of the Longines CSI St. Moritz was a chronograph of the Longines Master Collection which brings together classical elegance and excellent quality which never cease to delight those who appreciate exceptional timepieces.

The international show jumping event Longines CSI St. Moritz is part of the exclusive equestrian events Longines supports all over the world. The brand’s passion for these sports dates back to 1878, when it produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and his mount. Today Longines’ involvement in equestrian sports includes show jumping, eventing, flat racing, endurance, dressage and driving.

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