Longines Global Champions Tour Final Doha

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The Longines Global Champions Tour is the world’s premier five-star showjumping event, held at 15 glamorous locations around the globe – from Miami to Monaco.

The series brings together the top 30 ranked showjumpers in the world, including Olympic, World and European Champions, who battle it out for big prize money. You can expect some of the most exciting competitions of any showjumping series.

H&C brings you highlights from every show, starting with Mexico City and finishing with the final in Doha in November.

After a long year you can now watch the final on H&C Australia.  Australian Edwina Tops Alexander is competing on her horse California and has quickly returned to her beloved sport after the birth of her daughter in July.

Lots of action to come out of Doha as the riders fight for their last chance to accumulate points.  Who will be the Longines Global Champion for 2017?

Global Champions Tour Final Doha – 18 Nov at 8pm

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