The 5 richest showjumping horses of the world

Week in, week out show jumping horses travel the world to compete and claim the high end Worldcup and Grand Prix prize money. But which horses earned the most?

  1. Clooney 51
    The European Champion brought his rider, Martin Fuchs a lot of joy in the last years. The pair won several Grand Prix’s, the European Championships, etc. To start the new year, Clooney 51 brought his rider the world number one spot of the world.
    In 2019 the grey earned €2 642 794, that is about 880.931 Chicken nuggets.
  2. Verdi TN
    Already 18 years old Verdi TN is still a one to watch showjumping horse at the highest level. Verdi ended 2019 with a second place in the 1.55m at the Longines Masters in Paris. Still his career is amazing with a Silver Olympic Medal and several Worldcup victories. Last year Verdi earned €2 575 658, that is about 705 659 kilo oranges.
  3. Gazelle
    Kent Farrington’s Belgian Warmblood , Gazelle impressed at the CHIO in Aachen. The pair won also the 2017 Rolex Grand Prix in Geneva; Last year Gazelle collected €2 571 917, good for 63 504 saddlepads from Equnews.
  4. HH Azur
    This sBs-horse impressed with its will to conquer last year. Together with McLain Ward, HH Azur showed force. The pair scored in Wellington, the Worldcup finals, etc. HH Azur jumped together €2 513 955, that is about 41 Krismar 2 Horse Trucks.
  5. Explosion W
    Probably the revelation of the year. Ben Maher’s Explosion W won the Prague Super Grand Prix, jumped to victory in New York, London, Rome, etc.
    Mostly thanks to the Longines Global Champions Tour Explosion W earned €2 243 619 or 2 495 Iphone’s