Tribute To The Elegant Equestrian Sport: Longines Launches The Equestrian Knight Watch At The Longines Hong Kong International Jockey Championship

The elegant spirit of equestrian events coincides with Longines’ watchmaking technology. Therefore, Longines has been cooperating with top equestrian events around the world for more than a century, and has shown equestrianism in many models. The enduring passion of the event. With a passion for equestrian sport and a consistently elegant attitude, Longines is proud to present the new Equestrian Cavaliers series at the Longines Hong Kong International Tournament, which debuted in December.

Longines has long fully supported horse racing events, and its various watches are also loved by equestrian lovers.
   In 1878, Longines cooperated with renowned movement designer Henry- Alfred Lugrin to develop the brand’s first chronograph pocket watch, equipped with the L20H chronograph movement. This computer has appeared on racetracks in the New York area since 1881, and is popular with jockeys and equestrian lovers. Since then, it has deep roots in equestrian sports; and fully supports horse racing events, and its various watches are also loved by equestrian lovers.
This year’s Longines International Jockey Championships will be held at the Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong on December 9. The Longines International Jockey Championships will be held at the Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong on December 9. To kick off the Longines Hong Kong International Championship which will debut on December 13, the 12 participating jockeys will compete for a total prize of HK $ 800,000. The Longines International Jockey Championship is hailed as one of the most competitive races, with horses gathered and 12 jockeys fighting for the highest honor on behalf of their country or region. This year’s Longines International Jockey Championship includes four races. The jockey with the highest scores in the four races will become the champion of the ‘Jockey King’ that night.

   This year’s Longines International Jockey Championships was held at the Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong on December 9th. This kicked off the Longines Hong Kong International Championships which subsequently debuted on December 13. The 12 participating jockeys competed for a total prize of HK $ 800,000. The first time South African champion jockey Lei Jingxun hit in one shot, won the title of ‘jockey jockey’ and received a Longines watch. The British representative Moya won the runner-up with 15 points, and the third runner-up was Japan’s representative Tosaki Keita with 13 points.
   The ‘Longines International Jockey Championship’ is held at the Happy Valley Racecourse in the heart of Hong Kong. Twelve world-class jockeys representing their country or region need to compete in four races. The one with the highest accumulated score will become the winner of the championship. The result was won by South African representative Gavin Lerena with 24 points, winning the title of ‘Junior Jockey’ and receiving a LONGINES watch. Pictured is Juan Carlos Capelli of Longines Hong Kong International Jockeys Championship and Gavin Group photo after Lerena awards.
   South African knight Lei Jingxun received the Longines Giants series after winning the title of ‘Junior Jockey’: As a long-established watchmaking brand, Longines has been creating outstanding timepieces since its inception. Today, the Longines watch series perfectly showcases the spirit of this brand, and has been a great success since its launch in 2005. This watch is equipped with a self-winding chronograph movement with a diameter of 42mm. The silver surface of the wheat ear pattern and the blue steel hands elegantly echo the moon phase display. The brown alligator strap is elegant.
   At this event, Longines launched the new Equestrian knight series with enthusiasm and consistent elegance for equestrian sports. Its shapes and materials draw inspiration from the iconic elements of the equestrian world, and also praise the jockeys and their The elegant temperament of love horse. The Equestrian knight series is available in Arch and Stirrup styles. The arched watch case lines are decorated with arches, representing the racetrack and horseshoes. The stirrup style is inspired by the jockeys when the horse crosses obstacles. The horse’s stables are more snug, and the saddles are made of fine leather. The hands match the rhythm of time, like the beautiful pace of a horse.
   To testify to the long-standing passion for equestrian sports and to pay tribute to elegant women, Longines introduces the new Equestrian equestrian watches, inspired by the iconic elements of the equestrian world.
   Equestrian series-Stable watch, stainless steel case, 30 mm diameter, black lacquered dial, 11 diamond hour markers, hours, minutes, seconds, date, L152.3 quartz movement, waterproof 30 meters, black or Brown calfskin strap.
   There are four sizes of arched decorative columns, which are 23mm, 26mm, 30mm and 34mm in diameter. The design inspired by the stables has three sizes: 23.50mm, 26.50mm and 30mm. Each model is equipped with a stainless steel case and a quartz movement. There are also diamond-set models. The black lacquered polished dial and mother-of-pearl dial are set with diamond hour markers, the silver radial dial with Roman numerals, and the silver sun dial with blue Arabic numerals. The stirrup case with mother-of-pearl dial and double-circle diamond styles are even more dazzling. All watches in this series are equipped with a stitched calfskin strap, which is more in line with the handsome elegance of the jockey.
   Equestrian series-Stable watch, stainless steel case, 30 mm diameter, black lacquered dial, 11 diamond hour markers, hours, minutes, seconds, date, L152.3 quartz movement, waterproof 30 meters, black or Brown calfskin strap.
   Equestrian series-arch watch, stainless steel case, diameter 26 mm, set 57 diamonds, 0.262 carat diamonds, white mother-of-pearl dial, 11 diamond hour markers, hours, minutes, seconds, date, L152.3 quartz movement, water resistant to 30 meters, brown or black calfskin strap.
Horse racing sponsored by Longines
   The Longines brand is currently the official partner and timekeeper of many well-known events in the world, including horse racing, obstacle course and endurance. Longines’ equestrian sports include equestrian obstacle races, flat horse races and endurance races, including the Longines Prix de Diane Diana Grand Prix, the Dubai World Cup, and the Qatar Prix de l ‘Arc de Triomphe), Royal Ascot, the HH The Emir’s Trophy presented by Longines, the Longines Singapore Gold Cup, The Melbourne Cup Carnival, the Longines Handicap de las Americas, the Grand Prix Longines Lydia Tesio, the Longines Grosser Preis von Baden) and the famous Kentucky Derby.