The hotly anticipated Longines Global Champions Tour of Miami Beach will once again be completely free for spectators, giving fans a chance to witness their show jumping heroes in action right on the sands of the Miami Beach shoreline and just a stone’s throw from the sparkling Atlantic ocean as the top teams in the world battle it out for prestigious points.
Fast becoming one of the most unique and iconic destinations in our sport, the Global Champions League returns to the US continent bringing Olympic-level sport to the world-famous Miami Beach location on America’s East Coast.
As the second leg of the 15-event Championship, Miami Beach will provide the perfect backdrop as the world's top horses and riders compete to gain valuable points in the overall Championship season battle. As the stunning launch pad to the new era of team show jumping in 2016, Miami Beach witness the world's top riders unite like never before, with the popular duo of John Whitaker and Bertram Allen combining for Valkenswaard United to set the standard for the season ahead. This time, the slate will be wiped clean, with the sands of Miami promising top level sport and entertainment.
The Global Champions League will return to the stunning setting of Miami Beach where it's 2016 debut was made, and with the best international teams in the world descending to the phenomenal location, there will be plenty of incredible sporting entertainment and action for local and visiting spectators to cheer for.
Access to the public grandstand seating for all days of this event will be completely FREE. These seats cannot be reserved - they will be available on a first come, first served basis each day so spectators are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment if they would like to watch the competitions from the public seating.
There will also be areas for people to stand and watch along the side of the arena with an up-close and breath-taking view to the incredible jumps as the horses and riders take to the course. The public can enjoy the fantastic shopping at the Prestige Village alongside the competition arena, which is also also free to access.