For the 4th year, Jérémie Charlier through Global Event Production ensured the musical atmosphere of the Longines Hong Kong Masters, accompanied on stage with Alice On The Roof, they were able to enjoy all the Belgian talent the Asian community has said.


It was in Hong Kong that the Longines Masters completed its journey across the continents.

Interest in jumping contests continues to grow in Asia for the 2008 Olympic Games. The growing prosperity of the first 4 editions of the Longines Hong Kong Masters neither deny the passion of Hong Kong, or the Asia Pacific community’s temptation for the sport; not to mention the entire international community, so present in this part of the world. Recently awarded the prize for “best experience for a professional sporting event,” on the occasion of the Sports Industry Awards & Conference 2016 the Longines Hong Kong Masters enrolled in full in the social and cultural calendar of the region at the same as the Rugby 7 and Art Basel.


Three-day event, where you will have the opportunity to live a unique and innovative experience: the best equestrian sport, exhibiting and art of living. A concept 6*, a real meeting place between sports, art, gastronomy, music and fashion; an opportunity to meet and discover the world’s best jumping horses and learn about the exciting world of equestrian sports at events designed with the support of the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Each step of the Longines Master is thus an openness to the world, marked by cultural but also human experience, as in Paris, Los Angeles and Hong Kong, you also discover events and activities made to support charities locally as international.

From beginner to expert, from 7 to 77 years, everyone is welcome Longines Master. The experience lives with family or friends, Village Luxe VIP stands or spaces; and to the best younger generations, a Kids Corner with educational and lively activities welcome to discover jumping!

“The Wimbledon of the equestrian sport” Tatler

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