2017 Global Champions Tour Round 2: Miami BeachUpdated 6:13 AM ET, Mon April 17, 2017 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Beach riders Miami Beach provided a perfect setting for the cream of equestrian riders to compete in the Global Champions Tour. Hide Caption 1 of 10 Photos: Beach riders Belgian rider Jerome Guery rides Grand Cru van de Rozenberg during the Miami Global Champions Tour event which took place over the Easter weekend. Hide Caption 2 of 10 Photos: Beach riders Guery won the event riding a clear round in a time of 37.39 seconds. Hide Caption 3 of 10 Photos: Beach riders Alberto Zorzi riding Cornetto K was runner up with a time of 37.96 seconds.Hide Caption 4 of 10 Photos: Beach riders Guery's compatriot, Nicola Philippaerts steered his mount Chilli Willi to third place.Hide Caption 5 of 10 Photos: Beach riders The three top riders (from left to right: Zorzi, Guery and Philippaerts) pose for a shot on the podium following the award ceremony. Hide Caption 6 of 10 Photos: Beach riders The world's top rider McLain Ward on Rothchild. The US double Olympic champion was eliminated early on. Hide Caption 7 of 10 Photos: Beach riders Jessica Springsteen rides Davendy S during the Miami event. Hide Caption 8 of 10 Photos: Beach riders The second round of the Global Champions Tour was watched by a host of celebrities and athletes including tennis legend Martina Navratilova (second from left).Hide Caption 9 of 10 Photos: Beach riders The Miami event came a week after the opening round in Mexico City. Next stop for the riders is Shanghai at the end of April.Hide Caption 10 of 10Some of the world's best riders and horses showcased their talents on Miami Beach over Easter weekend. More from SportOscar Pereiro: Spanish cyclist's bittersweet Tour de France victoryLindsey Vonn targets Olympic gold, Ingemar Stenmark's World Cup recordFive reasons to be pumped for the ski seasonMaria Sharapova climbs rankings after 'special' Tianjin victorySparring is a rite of passage to make you a 'warrior,' says Chris Eubank Jr.