Winner Patrick Delaveau making an entrance
HONG KONG – The Longines Hong Kong Masters was concluded on March 2, 2013 at the AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong, with France’s Patrice Delaveau emerging as winner for the grand finale. The three day Longines Grand Prix saw a great line-up of world-class competition, captivating a full house at the Expo. Also present was the Longines Ambassador of Elegance, Aaron Kwork who was there to present the winning trophy.
Creator of the Masters Grand Slam Indoor concept, Christophe Ameeuw, who is also the chief executive officer of EEM World, highlighted that the event will make a comeback next year, and will be held from February 21 to 23, 2014. EEM World is the organiser of the Longines Hong Kong Masters.
“We’re delighted with the huge success of the first ever Longines Hong Kong Masters, and very pleased with the overwhelming support from the riders, our partners and all of the public. The Longines Hong Kong Masters has introduced top class show jumping to Asia, and we look forward to returning next year,” said Ameeuw.
The Longines Hong Kong Masters is the Asian leg of the EEM World’s Masters Grand Slam Indoor competitions. It is Asia’s first international show jumping event and the only five-star accredited competition in Asia on the equestrian calendar.
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