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Images from the Longines Hong Kong Masters - Part two

Monday, 24 February 2014
The super cool pole lights in the lounge at the Longines Hong Kong Masters. Photos by World of Showjumping.
Friday's feature class was the Longines Speed Challenge that was won by Kevin Staut and Quismy Des Vaux HDC.

Friday was a good day for the French; Julien Epaillard and Cristallo A LM won the opening 1.45 class, and then Julien went on to finish third in the Longines Speed Challenge on Mister Davier.

 And the French filled up the top three in the Longines Speed Challenge; Simon Delestre was second on Napoli du Ry.
 Roger Yves Bost opened up quietly on Friday with a ribbon in the Speed Challenge, but from there on he was in the top five in all but one class - the Grand Prix that he did not ride.
 Sweden's Henrik von Eckermann was the first non-French rider to push into the ribbons in the Longines Speed Challenge - riding Toulouse.
 Then followed Christian Ahlmann on Little Lady Z in fifth. The pair was also 6th in the Prix Massimo Dutti on Sunday.

Last year's Speed Challenge winner Katharina Offel was unlucky to have the last fence down on a very well jumping Juanita in Friday's feature class.

 Cameron Hanley had a good start to the show, and started up on Friday with being sixth in the Longines Speed Challenge on Newton du Haut Bois.
 Home rider Kenneth Cheng in action riding Balou.
 A colorful Pedro!
 Some chubby horses!
 Busy at the Kingsland stand.
 The beautiful Hermes stand.
 The champagne bar.
 Maikel van der Vleuten putting on some fun!

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