The riders lists for Geneva

All the champions will be present: Olympic, World, European! Once again, the line-up of riders and drivers for CHI Geneva, from 12th to 15th December, will be second to none. The show has just been named the best in the world for indoor show jumping and for cross-country, so its organisers and spectators have something to celebrate!
Among the hundred-odd riders and drivers from 22 countries who will pack the Palexpo arena on 12-15th December, spectators a guaranteed to see the best in action. Four Olympic show jumping champions will be present: Steve Guerdat (Switzerland), Eric Lamaze (Canada), Rodrigo Pessoa (Brazil) and Jeroen Dubbeldam (Netherlands) – the last two are also world champions.

European individual champions Martin Fuchs (Switzerland), Peder Fredricson (Sweden), Roger-Yves Bost and Kevin Staut (France) as well as Christian Ahlmann (Germany) will be there too. Bringing a Latin American avour to the contest will be the Pan-American Games 2019 double gold medallist Marlon Zanotelli from Brazil, along with his runner-up from Argentina Jose Larocca, and the winner of
the 2016 Rolex Grand Prix of Geneva Pedro Veniss, also from Brazil.
Last year’s Rolex Grand Prix winner Marcus Ehning (Germany) will of course be back, as will the only rider ever to have achieved the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, Scott Brash from the UK.

Kent Farrington (US), winner of the 2019 Aachen Grand Prix, and Henrik von Eckermann (Sweden), winner of this spring’s Dutch Masters, will both be trying to claim the bonus oered for two non consecutive victories in the Grand Slam.

Since 1926, the CHI Geneva is one of the world’s famous show-jumping events.  Not only thanks to its long tradition but also thanks to its constant strive for exceeding expectations, important success factors to the 5* show. Every year an average of 42,000 spectators visit the largest indoor jumping arena in the world (5,400 square metres) to experience live top sport.  The two World Cup Finals (1996 & 2010), the thirteen ROLEX IJRC Top 10 Finals staged since 2001 and being awarded the “Best Show Award” title again by L´Année Hippique for the 9th time are some of the recent years highlights’.

Click here for the full list of horses and riders 

Press release.