Discover the best moments of the Longines Global Champions Tour’s London leg, where Scott Brash stormed to the top of the series rankings, or read our report of the action.
The Duke of Northumberland’s magnificent London home, Syon House, was the backdrop to the London leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour.
The Longines horse presided over the proceedings from the VIP tent.
Guests enjoyed a ride on the Longines carousel.
Rolf-Göran Bentsson won the grand prix aboard Casall Ask.
All eyes in the VIP section were on the action in the arena.
John Whitaker celebrated his upcoming 60th birthday with a well-deserved grand prix second place on Argento.
Scott Brash finished sixth after knocking down one fence but still earned enough points to make it to the top of the series leaderboard.
Former overall series leader Luciana Diniz lost the top spot to Brash.
The grand prix winning trio — Bentsson in first, with Whitaker in second place and France’s Simon Delestre in third — takes pride of place on the podium.
Bentsson enjoyed a champagne shower courtesy of Delestre.
Global London Tour patroness Athina Onassis de Miranda, who is married to Brazilian showjumper Álvaro de Miranda Neto, was 12th in the grand prix aboard AD Rackham’Jo.
Brash found time to meet some Pony Club fans.
Patti and Jessica Springsteen enjoyed lunch in the VIP tent—the younger Springsteen was 31st in grand prix aboard Lisona and 11th in Sunday’s 1.50-metre class on Davendy S.
Laura Renwick delighted fans with a great performance aboard Bintang II to take the 1.50-metre against the clock class title.