The London International Horse Show kicked off yesterday (16th December 2021) at it’s new venue the Excel Centre, London.
Our own Karen Coumbe is there as part of the FEI veterinary team ensuring the competitors stay fit and healthy.
We are excited to report that much of the show will be televised. Show Directior, Simon Brooks-Ward said: ‘We are delighted to confirm that the BBC will continue to broadcast the show and we are very pleased to have signed a new multi-year agreement with them. Over our 49 years, the BBC coverage has provided a very important platform for both the London International Horse Show and equestrian sport as a whole’.
Here is a listing of how and where you will be able to see coverage. (Information courtesy of the London International Horse Show):
TV and streaming highlights
BBC and BBC Online:
Over 16 hours of live coverage including:
The Lemieux Puissance – Thursday 16th December
The FEI Dressage World Cup™ (Freestyle) – Friday 17th December
The complete Evening Performance – Saturday 18th December
The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ – Sunday 19th December
The complete Evening Performance – Monday 20th December.
Horse & Country TV and H&C+:
UK H&C+ subscribers will be able to view all classes and entertainment not broadcast by the BBC
Horse & Country TV subscribers to H&C+ worldwide will be able to view all classes and content with the exception of the FEI World Cup classes.
For those wanting to watch live from outside the UK, all FEI World Cup Classes can be viewed internationally on FEI TV
All BBC programmes will be available on BBC iPlayer. Horse & Country TV will have London International Horse Show classes and entertainment available for its H&C+ subscribers.