If you can’t get to Royal Windsor this year all the main arena action will be broadcast through the Show’s free of charge streaming service to viewers around the world.
The streaming service will be available on this website, on HorseNetwork.com in North America, and on the Show’s streaming partner’s site, ClipMyHorse.tv, in all other territories. For anyone unable to view the live stream, there will be an opportunity to watch it at a later date on the ClipMyHorse.tv premium package, where it will be archived for viewing at any time.
Select competitions will be shown on Facebook Live, with viewers given the chance to interact with and ask questions to the commentary teams.
Fans will also be able to watch highlights of the CSI5* Rolex Grand Prix – the Show’s £500k prize money competition – on Eurosport, Sky Sports and Horse & Country TV, with up to date information about airing times available on the channels’ online schedules.
This year, a new programme will be aired after the Show has finished. Called ‘Royal Windsor Revealed’ it is a behind the scenes highlights programme, giving an insight into the showing, driving, coaching marathon, shopping, and hospitality, and will include compelling interviews with riders, officials revealing what makes the Show tick. Presenters for the show will include ITV Racing’s Alice Plunkett; 2020 Celebrity Masterchef winner and YouTube star, Riyadh Khalaf; and broadcaster and commentator, Adam Cromarty. The programme will be available to view on the live stream on Wednesday 7 July, on a Watch Party on Facebook at 19.00, and afterwards on ClipMyHorse and Horse & Country TV.