The Gucci Paris Masters kind of belonged to Kevin Staut and Scott Brash - who both took home the biggest wins during the weekend. Here with nr. three in the Grand Prix Gerco Schröder. Photos by World of Showjumping.
The trophy in the Grand Prix.
As always it was packed during the show - and the audience in Paris is one of the best in the world!
Much thanks to the speakers who do a job out of the ordinary!
Simon Delestre was the best rider of the show, and was clear in the Grand Prix on Napoli du Ry - here stretching over the last oxer.
What a couple! Armitages Boy and Aymeric de Ponnat - fourth in the Grand Prix.
Still going strong: Cevo Itot du Chateau was clear in the first round with Edwina Tops-Alexander.
Poor Katharina Offel had to record one single time penalty in the first round on Lacontino - who jumped amazing.
Michel Robert and Kevin Staut.
Brianne Goutal was clear in the first round on Nice de Prissey - but had the last down in the jump-off after going flat out.
It didn't go all the way for Bosty who had the final element of the triple combination down - much to the dissapointment of the home crowds.
Eric van der Vleuten walking the course with Sergio Alvarez Moya.
Silvana HDC always likes a little scratch after a good round.
Michael Whitaker and Cameron Hanley.
Jerome Hurel had a good show in Paris, unfortunately he had the final element of the triple combination down in the Grand Prix.
World nr. one Scott Brash keeps on delivering - non stop.
Constant van Paesschen is a young rider that impressed during the show.