Tickets Now Available for Longines Masters of New York

January 28, 2019 - New York, NY

U.S. Olympian McLain Ward and Clinta, champions in the 2018 Longines Grand Prix of New York.
Photo by Sportfot

Tickets for the Longines Masters of New York, which returns to NYCB LIVE, Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum from April 25-28, 2019, are now available for general admission and VIP experiences at one of North America’s most celebrated events.

The Longines Masters of New York features the 2019 edition of the Longines Grand Prix of New York and the fourth leg of the innovative Riders Masters Cup, which pits Riders Europe and Riders USA teams against each other in multi-phase transatlantic duels.

Tickets for the Longines Masters of New York are now available here:

During the 2018/2019 season, EEM was proud to introduce an innovative way to experience the horse sport lifestyle. EEM Society launched at the Longines Masters of Paris and is the first membership club of its kind to blend of luxury, glamor, networking, and lifestyle. Every detail will be seamless in a unique club with three levels of hospitality in the heart of all the action at the Longines Masters of New York. For more information on EEM Society, click here.

A complete Longines Masters of New York schedule is availble here.

Tickets include access to The Prestige Village of New York, which draws together some of the world’s finest luxury brands and equestrian retailers into a fantastic shopping destination that completes your trip to the Longines Masters. From the chicest equestrian fashion, to live music and prominent contemporary art, there’s something for everyone throughout the four-day competition.

Continuing in 2019, the second annual Longines Masters of New York is the fourth leg of the thrilling Riders Masters Cup. After winning the inaugural Riders Masters Cup event during the 2017 edition of the Longines Masters of Paris and then again at the first Longines Masters of New York in April 2018 for the overall victory, the Riders Europe team rode to a remarkable hat-trick win on home soil in the third installment in the French capital city. The Riders Masters Cup heads to the Big Apple on Saturday, April 27, 2019, as Riders USA will have the chance at redemption at the Longines Masters of New York.

The Longines Masters Series continues in Hong Kong from February 15-17, and New York on April 25-28. Watch via live-stream on, a free digital equestrian sports channel broadcasting all of the action. For full information on the 2018/2019 Longines Masters, visit

A passionate of equestrian sports, Christophe Ameeuw - CEO of EEM and Founder of the Longines Masters Paris-Hong Kong-New York Series - founded the Ecuries d’Ecaussinnes in 1997. Based in Belgium, the stables are internationally reputed for their activities in trading sport horses and high-standard breeding. They are also home to an offering some of the best teaching available in the field. In opening

EEM, Christophe Ameeuw and his teams were in pursuit of a challenge: to reinvent show jumping by organizing equestrian events of an entirely new kind. The company built its development by creating the concept of the “Masters”, which together, under the same roof, the best of show-jumping, resplendent displays and art de vivre. After the successes of the Audi Masters in Brussels and the Gucci Masters in Paris, EEM came out with one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian events, the Longines Masters Series, on three continents, in Paris, Hong Kong and New York. Inspired by the Grand Slam in Tennis, EEM created a concurrent “Grand Slam Indoor of Show Jumping”, approved by the FEI, this intercontinental challenge is offered to the world's elite in show jumping, with two prize levels: The Super Grand Slam - a €2,250,000 super bonus for the three consecutive wins in the Longines Grand Prix, in the season order -  The Grand Slam - a €1,000,000 bonus for three successive victories at Longines Grand Prix straddling two Longines Masters seasons.

In 2017, EEM created a new iconic competition, the Riders Masters Cup. Offered to the public alongside the EEF (European Equestrian Federation) and alternating between Europe and the United States, this battle pits the world's two leading powers in show jumping against one another: Europe and the United States. On the Asian continent, “Asia Horse Week,” rallying point for the international equestrian community there, also serves as a prime setting for the Longines Masters of Hong Kong, illustrating EEM's determination to develop the sport's international arms in the Asia-Pacific Region. Firmly set on putting equestrian sports front and center and making them accessible to all, EEM rolled out a new digital TV channel on November 14, 2017. offers viewers the chance to follow live and free of charge all EEM events worldwide.

Set in the three of the world's most emblematic metropolises - Paris, Hong Kong and New York - the Longines Masters series is recognized as one of the most prestigious events in the equestrian world. Created by EEM and inspired by the Tennis Grand Slam, the series quickly expanded their international reach (Hong Kong in 2013, Los Angeles in 2014). In 2015, the intercontinental trilogy turned into the Longines Masters Series.  Alongside it, EEM created the “Grand Slam of Indoor Show Jumping”, approved by the FEI, the Grand Slam Indoor is the ultimate challenge for the world's elite in show jumping, with two levels of prizes:The Super Grand Slam: a bonus of 2.25 million Euros for winning 3 consecutive Longines Grand Prix in the same season. The Grand Slam: a bonus of 1 million Euros for three successive victories in the Longines Grand Prix from one season to the next. The TV broadcast of the Longines Masters Series reachers, to over 120 countries, almost 320 million households, a coverage increased this year by the launch of, the new digital channel of EEM. It allows everybody to freely livestream the all competition and events during the four days. Save the date: Hong Kong 2019 : February 15th – February 19th ; New-York 2019: April 24th – April 28th. For more information, see

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