Longines FEI World Cup China League Final Part III: Around Chaoyang Park
Glamour, high fashion and the people who make it all happen.
A successful equestrian event is so much more than big stars and winners of the big classes. Volunteers, officials grooms are needed to make these competitions run efficiently and enthusiastic spectators provide a special atmosphere to make a show exciting and accessible.
In the final installment of our series on the FEI World Cup China league finals held recently in Beijing, we bring you images from around the competition venue.
Fashions on the field: The ladies of Beijing all dressed up for a day of spectating.
Future stars: competitors in the junior crossrails class.
Behind the scenes: a local groom with his horse and the main arena ground crew.
Celebration: competitors dressed up for the event dinner.
Glam ammies: UK stylist Stephanie Platts and a Chinese adult amateur rider who has only been jumping competitively for one year.
Show me the money: the winner of an amateur class looking very pleased with his cheque and one of the many trade stands at the show.
Farewell from Chaoyang Park for 2015! Style My Ride and Sasse & Schockemohle Communications hope that you enjoyed our event coverage.
All photographs courtesy Sasse & Schockemohle Communications and Baker Equine Photos.