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    2013 Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters Begins Soon

    The 2013 Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters Championship is about to kick off at China National Stadium (‘Bird’s Nest’) on April 18-20. This event is hosted by the Chinese Equestrian Association and the National Stadium. It is organized by Tome Equestrian in conjunction with the world’s most prestigious Aachen World Equestrian Congress. It is jointly created by Mr. Rudberger Baum, who is known as the ‘Father of German Equestrian’. World-class equestrian events. This competition lasts for three days. It combines equestrian competition, horse culture, equestrian exchange, and equestrian carnival. It is a two-star obstacle course of the International Horse Federation and is currently the highest level of professional equestrian events in China. Longines, the famous Swiss watchmaker, continues to be the official timekeeper of the event.

    北京 The Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters will make its debut at the ‘Bird’s Nest’ on the sandy soil, and will invite the FIFA Chief Referee Stephan Hellwig to serve as the Chief Referee. At that time, the audience can enjoy 12 top international riders from 9 countries and regions compete with the riders of the host Chinese National Equestrian Team, including Zhu Meimei, Liu Tongyan, and Pemba Tsering. Christian Ahlmann, the world’s number one obstacle course player, will also participate in the Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters, adding more excitement to the competition. German equestrian father LudgerBeerbaum, last year champion from Belgium Jos Lansink, European champion Rolf-GranBengtsson, Longines elegant ambassador and rider Jane Richard, American rider Laura Kraut will also compete fiercely at the China National Stadium (‘Bird’s Nest’). German rider Marco Kutscher, French rider Olivier Guillon and British rider Nick Skelton will also come to Beijing to compete. The father of German equestrian Ludger Beerbaum especially looks forward to feeling the atmosphere of the bird’s nest again: ‘Performing riding here is an excellent experience. This stadium is incredible. As one of the Olympic athletes, I was fortunate to have experienced the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. ‘

    In order to ensure the smooth running of this event, the organizer also specially invited the Olympic Equestrian Event Consultant, Nutrition Director of KER Kentucky Horse Research Center, Bachelor of Veterinary Science, and Dr. Peter Huntington, member of the Australian Veterinary Society, as the nutrition consultant for this competition. On April 17th, the day before the start of the race, Dr. Peter Huntington also brought you a wonderful speech on the theme of ‘maintaining the best and healthy feeding method for sports horses’, so that more equestrian lovers and Media friends learned more about the condition of these horses and the hard work and effort of the rider and his team behind each jump on the field.

    Horse riding is called aristocratic sports because of its high value and high training costs. One of the highlights of this year’s Masters is to create the concept of ‘Equestrian Equestrian’, which is not only reflected in the fare, but also the launch of the ‘Equestrian Carnival’ event. Every spectator who enters the venue can enjoy the equestrian carnival free of charge. Learn equestrian knowledge and equestrian culture here. If you have the courage, you can even jump on horseback and experience the horse galloping on this sandy field of nearly 10,000 square meters. Surging passion. The equestrian carnival undoubtedly made the ‘old-time king Xietang Qianyan’ fly into the home of ordinary people.

    While expressing professional standards, this Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters will also integrate fashion, fitness and entertainment into it. At the same time as the event, a fashion photography competition will be held, inviting photography enthusiasts to capture the wonderful moments on horseback through the lens and spread them. The deep culture of equestrian sport.

    The subtle communication between humans and horses, accurate timing to the second, and the control of freely releasable forces. These indispensable cooperation have achieved the artistic beauty of the sport of equestrian——the challenge contains dignity, and the stability is exuded with elegance. charm.

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    Inspiration Creates Eternity, Beautiful Degree Witnesses The Power Of Transmission

    In 1918, the experienced and talented master watchmaker George Sharon founded the Swiss Mido in Zurich, Switzerland. Its name comes from the Spanish ‘Yo mido’, which means ‘I measure’. Mido aims to make a watch that perfectly combines practical functions with unlimited value. MIDO entered China for the first time in 1938, when it was called ‘meter’. In 2000, MIDO entered China again under the name of ‘Meitu’ under the SWATCH Group.

     Real design is more resistant to the flow of time than the trend of the moment. Swiss Mido draws inspiration from classic architecture, and interprets the philosophy of time and space art together with the architecture, and wears eternal architecture with inspiration and creativity on people’s wrists: from the Great Wall of China to the landmark building of New York, from the ancient The Colosseum from Rome to the Arcade of Emmanuel II in Milan, from the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the Rennes Opera House in France to the Eiffel Tower … Medieval designed the Great Wall, Bruna, Perfect, Berencelli, helmsman, commander and other series of watches, they all have a classic design to accurately interpret the ‘inspired to create eternity’ brand motto.

     While emphasizing timeless design, Mido is also one of the brands of choice for Swiss official observatory-certified watches. For nearly a century since its birth, Mido has always insisted on manufacturing 100% Swiss-made watches with high-quality materials, precise movements, excellent waterproof performance, and long-term ownership.

     The Swiss Mido watch is no longer a mechanical product that simply records time, but a symbol of taste and a timeless interpretation.