The 16th Monte-Carlo International Show Jumping competition
June 30 - July 2
The 16th Monte-Carlo International Show Jumping competition will take place from 30 June to 2 July 2022, at the foot of the Prince’s Palace.
Since 2006, the Monte-Carlo International Show Jumping event has been hosting the world’s top-ranking riders. At the foot of the Prince’s Palace with the stunning backdrop of Port Hercules, the 2021 Monte-Carlo International Show Jumping competition will be held over three days, from 30 June to 2 July 2022.
The Monaco Longines Global Champions Tourcourse is one of the most difficult in the world. With jumps covering the arena, it is known to be very short, very narrow and full of turns. The tightness of the course means that riders must have complete control and a highly advanced technique, guaranteeing an exceptional show for both expert and novice spectators.
The show jumping event is both a jumping competition and a race against the clock. The champions are competing for the Grand Prix du Prince de Monaco, which is the ultimate reward for this stage of the challenge.
There is also, during these 3 days, amateur and professional events scheduled, including the Pro-Am-Cup, where the big names in equestrianism will team up with young talent for a friendly encounter.