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The Longines Masters of Hong Kong on February 9 - 11, 2018 at AsiaWorld-Expo


February 22, 2018

This year sees the historic moment in the Asian leg of Longines Masters, when more than one Hong Kong representative will be saddled up for the competitions. In fact, two local stars will appear in the ring, alongside top-flight riders across the world. Jacqueline Lai (26), member of the HKJC Equestrian Team, will represent Hong Kong in the city’s major annual show jumping event for the third consecutive year. With multiple podium finishes under her belt, Jacqueline is one of Hong Kong’s first-ever equestrian medalists at Asian Games, taking team bronze in 2010 with three other teammates. Another Hong Kong representative is the 21-year-old Clarissa Lyra, whose passion for equestrian sports has spurred her to pursuing greater achievements at the highest level in Europe. Based at Ludger Beerbaum’s Stable in Riesenbeck, Germany since 2017, Clarissa was selected as a member of the Hong Kong Equestrian Performance Plan Elite Squad in 2016. She has proven her skills in Grand Prix and FEI ranking classes.


The 2018 edition of Longines Masters of Hong Kong gets an impactful boost from, a new milestone in EEM’s mission to grow and promote equestrian sports on the international scene through educational content, information and latest news about the global equestrian community. This new digital TV channel allows viewers around the world to access live broadcast and highlights of the Longines Masters competitions free of charge. Awarded the “Best Live Experience at a Professional Sporting Event” by the Sports Industry Awards Asia, the 2018 Longines Masters of Hong Kong will offer heart-pounding show jumping face-offs and a remarkable feast of art, culture and gastronomy at the Prestige Village, confirming its “M” Mark status that helps enhance the image of Hong Kong as Asia’s sports event capital. The “M” Mark, awarded by the Major Sports Events Committee, symbolizes intense, spectacular and signature event on the territory’s sports calendar.


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