The Rolex Grand Prix reaches it's second and penultimate destination at the Spruce Meadows show ground on Sunday 14 September.
Top riders from across the globe unite for the toughest trophy in the sport. The Rolex Grand Slam links three of the world’s top events in a quest for excellence. From Aachen in Germany, the riders will move across to the world to the famous Spruce Meadows in Calgary, Canada before battling it out in Geneva just before Christmas with one thing in mind; perfection.
Anyone who wins the three shows in a row receives 1 million Euro bonus on top of the 2.5 million Euro total prize-money for winning each of the shows. That's a lot of money...
In Aachen, it was German Christian Ahlmann who came out on top on board Codex One. The experienced combination's win means they're now the only live jackpot competitor. If Ahlmann fails to win, there's still a huge prize pot of 1 million Euros up for grabs to first place.
The three Rolex Grand Prixs are seen as a pinnacle of showjumping success, and many of world's top showjumping partnerships will travel to Spruce Meadows fresh from competing at the world Equestrian Games in Normandy, France. It's a busy few months for the Equestrian elite as big prize money and big fences come thick and fast.
Don't miss a hoof beat from this showjumping masterclass including the world's most acrobatic horses and genius jockeys battling the always technical course in Canada.
Watch the Rolex Grand Prix from Spruce Meadows live on Sky Sports 3 from 7pm, Sunday 14 September.