Part one: Steve Guerdat's happiness when winning the Rolex Grand Prix om home soil riding his faithful partner Nino des Buissonnets. All photos (c) Dirk Caremans/www.hippofoto.be.
Part two: The agony of waiting... "It felt like hours," Steve said after about watching the seven last riders in the jump-off.
Part three: Getting that trophy for a second time in two years! Steve and Nino also won in 2013.
Part four: Pure emotions from the Swiss rider (while Nino did not quite get what all the fuzz was about, sticking his tongue out as usual)...
Part five: The pressure was on Scott Brash to take yet another Major win, after claiming three in a row in Geneva in 2014 and then in Aachen and Spruce Meadows in 2015. But, this time around it was not to be for the Rolex Grand Slam winner.
Part six: One of the highlights of the year! The top ten riders in the world ready to battle it out.
Part seven: Playing around on the podium after the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final! Daniel Deusser decided it was necessary to level it out to get all on equal height measures.
Part eight: Roger-Yves Bost showed top form in Geneva and won both Thursday's Credit Suisse Grand Prix and Saturday's Credit Suisse Geneva Classic on Sydney Une Prince.
Part nine: Kent Farrington also had an unbelievable show, winning the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final and finishing fourth in the Rolex Grand Prix - both aboard Voyeur.
Part ten: As did Simon Delestre who was runner-up in both the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final and in the Rolex Grand Prix. Here flying the famous cow-wall on Qlassic Bois Margot in Sunday's Grand Prix.
Part eleven: Eric Lamaze is a quite relaxed dude. He came straight from golfing in Florida to ride in Paris and Geneva, ended up having only Fine Lady for the big classes and finished third in the Rolex Grand Prix.
Part twelve: Girl power! Janika Sprunger and Bonne Chance CW flying to a popular home win in the Coupe de Genève.