Rolex is a major presence in equestrianism, cultivating partnerships with the finest riders and competitions in show jumping, dressage and eventing. This commitment to excellence led the brand to become the founding partner of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping and the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing, and partner of the US Equestrian Federation over 40 years ago. Both Rolex and the USEF are dedicated to raising the bar of excellence and growing equestrian sport for generations to come.

Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Rankings Leaders

Top 5 US Riders

Rk Athlete Points
1 Kent Farrington 8391.00
2 McLain Ward 8233.00
3 Laura Kraut 7755.00
4 Karl Cook 6252.00
5 Lillie Keenan 5710.00

Top 5 US Horses

Rk Athlete Points
1 BALOUTINUE 5122.00
2 CARACOLE DE LA ROQUE 4560.00
3 GREYA 3602.00
4 ILEX 3506.00
5 CALLAS 3439.00


Rider in a red jacket, holding helmet, patting the horses neck. Rolex clock in background, Rolex jacket around the horse. In a stadium of people.
Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping
Introduced in 2013, The Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping includes The Dutch Masters, the CHIO Aachen, the CSIO Spruce Meadows "Masters" Tournament and the CHI Geneva. It provides the sport's ultimate challenge and most coveted prize.
Rider on horse, completing a jump over a hedge fence with Rolex logos underneath and people looking on.
Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing
Introduced in 2001, the Grand Slam of Eventing includes Kentucky , Badminton, and Burghley. Winning just one of these legendary 5* Eventing competitions represents the pinnacle of achievement; winning all three consecutively represents perfection. Rolex created the Grand Slam of Eventing to inspire the world's finest riders and horses to new heights. Since its inception, only two riders have risen to the challenge and achieved this exceptional feat.

Rolex Equestrian Events

Spruce Meadow Masters Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Wellington 5*
Land Rover Burghley The Dutch Masters Badminton Horse Trials CHIO Aachen CHI Geneva

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