LGCT Berlin Begins! Presented by Kentucky Performance Products

The LGCT Berlin is underway! We’ve got a heap of Americans in the fray this weekend: Georgina Bloomberg, Lucy Davis, Kent Farrington, Lillie Keenan, Jessica Springsteen, and Jack Towell are all riding for some global glory, and we’re here to cheer them on! Get a social media roundup of all the early action below, courtesy of our friends at KPP.

Full Rider List Here.

👀🤗 #LGCTBerlin 😍 #horse #showjumping #horsesofinstagram #berlin #beautiful #longines #bestofthebest #wow

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Hej Berlin!! ⭐️ #Cordess #lgctberlin #cannesstars

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Baby T finishes 7th in Berlin! 🍼👶🏻❤️ #BabyT #GlobalChampionsTour @ckcormac

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Don Vito chilling in his Activomed massage rug before @globalchampionstour Berlin begins today @londonknightsgcl

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#globaljumpingberlin 🐴🎥 we're ready for #berlin 🙌🏼 #watch #live and #free @clipmyhorse.tv

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Here we are🐴🐴🐴 🇩🇪 🇩🇪🇩🇪#lgctberlin #berlin #horse #longines

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Keep it locked on JN for more action from Berlin soon! Go Jumping.

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