One of the highlights of the Longines Masters events around the world is the humorous and eventful Pro-Am for Charity class. Teams compete with one another to produce the most original routine accompanied by costume, music, and props. The aim is to win over the judges and the spectators before setting off on a fast-paced relay race over fences.
At this year’s Longines Masters of Paris, the winners of style were the REGAR2MOI team formed by Olympic champion Philippe Rozier and Tamara Zahid, who were very inspired by a festive theme of Christmas cheer. French Olympic medalist Pénélope Leprévost dressed as a cowboy aboard a handsome jet-black Shetland pony, alongside her daughter Eden Leprevost in a “Cowboys & Indians” theme that had the French crowd cheering.
In the end, it was Jérôme Guery’s energy in the ring that allowed him and his team, Les Cars bleus, representing the Sauveteurs sans frontières charity, to win the overall event with a charming Snow White routine.