A driving force on the international equestrian scene, EEM’s long standing ambition has been to bring show jumping into the spotlight and create new fans around the world. The future of the sport lies in creating new icons for a new generation of horse lovers.
EEM presents “Riders Lab” to support, groom and allow young talented riders to compete at the top of the sport. In Lausanne, a selection of young talents has been invited to compete, alongside the best riders and horses of the world ranking, at the Longines Masters of Lausanne. Switzerland's Bryan Balsinger, France's Edward Levy, Alexandra Paillot and Agathe Vacher, Italian Filipo Marco Bologni, Belgium's Pieter Clemens and Arnaud Doem, Germany's Marcel Marschall, Dutchman Jurre Van Bommel and Japan's Hikari Yoshizawa will all wear the banner of this "Riders Lab" in the Masters One category.
The young local talents on the front of the stage
The Longines Masters of Lausanne welcomes Switzerland’s young talents to compete in front of their home crowd. The Swiss Equestrian Federation selected 10 local promising riders in the children category to compete in the Masters Three and 2 junior riders in the Masters Two. A unique opportunity to experience the conditions of a 5* event and rub shoulders with the horses and riders in the world.