more than a decade, the Jumping International of Monte-Carlo has brought
together the best riders in the world.
used for the Jumping International of Monte-Carlo, located at the foot of the
Palais Princier in the unusual setting of the Port Hercule, is one of the most
difficult on the world circuit. Strewn with obstacles, its main characteristic is
its shortness, narrowness and sinuosity. The cramped nature of its courses requires
of riders perfect mastery and technique, guaranteeing a unique spectacle.
is both a show-jumping competition and a race against the clock, with no less
than 15 events on offer to riders and the audience, with amateur categories during
the day and top riders in the evening. The champions compete for the Prince of
Monaco’s Prize, one of the finest stages of the Longines Global Champions Tour.
riders in the world and their horses meet in the Principality every year for a
unique sporting spectacle which takes show-jumping to the level of a work of art.