That's the number of stages the Longines Masters Series has had during 2019! After Paris, Hong Kong and New York, the Longines Masters signature concept of combining sporting and lifestyle excellence has been enriched with an outdoor stopover on the shores of Lake Leman, in the city of Lausanne, Switzerland.
The total number of horses that have cantered the sand of the magnificent Masters tracks during Season IV. Among them: Ayade de Septon*HDC, Caribis Z, Cornet d'Amour, Armitages Boy and Creedance! There have been just as many boxes, and exponential amounts of shavings, hay and carrots supplied for the well-being of these athletes.
Is the height cleared during the Masters Power in Lausanne by British rider Laura Renwick and Top Dollar VI.
In New York, it was the Italian Emanuele Gaudiano who also achieved this feat by being the only one to exceed 2.01m!
In Paris, it was not one, but two riders - Simon Delestre and Denis Lynch - who climbed to the highest step of the podium, after both cleared the pole, set at 1.92m.
Is the time in seconds that Egyptian rider Nayel Nassar posted when he won the Longines Speed Challenge of New York, a real-world Speed Championship. Riding his ever-faithful Lucifer V, he achieved the fastest time over the 4 stages combined.
Relive Nayel Nassar's Longines Speed Challenge win in New York:
In Hong Kong, it was Irish rider Bertram Allen riding Christy JNR, who completed the course the fastest in 60.47 seconds; in Lausanne, it was Emanuele Gaudiano riding his good mare Carlotta, who stepped onto the top of the podium with a 61.04 seconds round, and finally, Kevin Staut kicked off the Longines Speed Challenge Season IV victories in Paris with a 62.29 second round riding his faithful mount Ayade de Septon*HDC.
Equestrian is one of the only sports that can be performed at the highest level, whatever the age. This has been proven by the presence of John Whitaker (64 years old and a multi Olympic medalist) at the Masters, as well as the up-and-coming generation, Luiz Felipe Neto De Azevedo (BEL), Eden Leprevost-Blin Lebreton (FRA), Annabelle Pieyre (SUI) and Louise Ameeuw (BEL), who is just 13 years old!
Almost 3 million Euros distributed amongst the Longines Masters Season IV winners and place-getting riders, with a record of $970,050 at the Longines Masters of New York.
The current Riders Masters Cup score, held by Riders Europe. After 4 contests with Riders USA, the European team remains the leader in this unique competition. A rematch will take place in Paris on December 7th. #waveyourflag
That's the number of Longines Masters videos seen on social networks throughout Season IV, by more than 340,000 fans!
Courses designed and built by Frank Rothenberger’s course designing team (Paris, Hong Kong and New York) and Gregory Bodo (Lausanne).
Is the number of live event broadcasting hours on EEM.tv and other broadcasters (CBS, Eurosport, RMC, etc.), reaching more than 1,019,522,708 households in more than 123 countries.