The climax to GCT’s debut in Lausanne, Switzerland, was played out on the shores of Lake Geneva against a breathtaking backdrop of the Alps.
Thirty of the world top 35 riders took part in one of the most electrifying Grand-Prix of the season.
American rider Laura Kraut won the first-ever Global Champions Tour Grand Prix in Switzerland on her 14-year-old horse Cedric.
Jerome Lambert, Jaeger-LeCoultre CEO, awarded her with a specially engraved Reverso watch.
Swedish rider Rolf-Göran Bengtsson took the second place on his champion horse Casall La Silla.
Australian Edwina Tops-Alexander, friend of Jaeger-LeCoultre, took the third place.
Grand Prix of Switzerland result shifted the overall GCT ranking significantly: Edwina remains overall GCT leader on 196 points with Rolf-Göran Bengtsson in second place on 191 points.
The GCT now moves to Vienna for its debut event in Austria next week and then to the final in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates in November.