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Brits Maher, Brash among Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix contenders this weekend

Brits Maher, Brash among Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix contenders this weekend

13/12/2018 at 16:24Updated

Prague is said to be named after a 'ford' or 'rapid', a reference to the city's Vltava river and the structures crossing it such as the Charles Bridge. The Czech capital is also called the heart of Europe, and this weekend will be the epicentre of the show jumping world as it hosts the first Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix. 16 top riders will face off in the €1.25 million clash.

The 2018 LGCT Super Grand Prix is a competition open to winners of individual Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix in the 2018 season. As there were some riders who won more than one Grand Prix this season, others have made it into the Super Grand Prix with 2nd, 3rd or 4th places (as one win is all that is counted to qualify). 

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