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Don’t Miss The Action: London International Horse Show to be Broadcast Live on the BBC and Streamed across the World

Don’t Miss The Action: London International Horse Show to be Broadcast Live on the BBC and Streamed across the World

London International Horse Show has today announced its extensive TV broadcast and online streaming schedule for both national and international audiences who are unable to attend. The Show, which returns to ExCeL London next week, from 13-18 December, is set to deliver six-days of world-class international equestrian competition and spectacular display.

Over 10 hours of live action will be available to UK viewers via the BBC – on BBC 2 and across its digital platforms, including iplayer and the red button. Within this will be the FEI Dressage World Cup™ Freestyle to Music presented by Bret Willson Ltd and supported by Horse & Hound on the evening of Thursday 14 December, the LeMieux Puissance on the evening of Friday 15 December, the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping on the afternoon of Sunday 17 December and the whole of the Monday Evening Performance including The London Grand Prix. Full details can be seen here.

The Show has FEI World Cup™ classes in three disciplines: Dressage, Jumping and Driving, all of which will be shown live on FEI TV via their pay-to-view service. Further information on how to access, both from the UK and internationally, can be found at feitv.org.

All of the classes, including those in the New Horizon Plastics London Arena, not shown by either the BBC or FEI will be streamed live on Horse & Country via the channel’s worldwide subscription service. Viewers from across the world can watch both live, and on-demand, via an H&C+ membership or by their pay-per-view service. Coverage will vary depending on viewers’ country of residence, please visit horseandcountry.tv for the full schedule.

Show Director, Simon Brooks-Ward said: “We are delighted to confirm that the BBC will broadcast the Show. Being able to broadcast some of our pinnacle classes on the BBC, providing free-to-view coverage across the UK, is vital to the Show and the wider sport as a whole. The Show continues to be the most watched indoor equestrian event in the United Kingdom, and with more action than ever before, we cannot wait to provide exceptional entertainment to viewers across the world.”

For further details on the TV and Streaming schedule please click here.

Merchandise at the London International Horse Show

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FEI TV

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Show Plan