Tickets are still available for CHI Royal Windsor Horse Show, which takes place from 10–14 May 2023. However, for those unable to attend, the Show will be accessible to view across a range of digital and broadcast channels. Leading international equestrian sports network Horse & Country (H&C) will be providing the Show’s most extensive coverage to date, with highlights also featuring on Eurosport and Sky Sports UK.
H&C will allow those unable to be at the prestigious Show, which takes place within the private grounds of Windsor Castle, to watch the majority of the action from across the five days of competition through H&C+, a membership streaming service. Non-members will also be able to view the coverage via a pay-per-view option.
This includes all the action from the main Castle Arena, where the world’s best horse and rider combinations will go head-to-head in CSI5* Show Jumping and CDI4* Dressage competitions. In addition, for the first time in the Show’s history, all the action from the Martin Collins Enterprises Frogmore Arena will also be streamed. This arena features many of the Show favourites including National Show Jumping and Showing.
Simon Brooks-Ward, Show Director, said: “We are delighted that the 2023 edition of Royal Windsor Horse Show will be so readily available to fans unable to make it to the Show. With such an entertaining and varied selection of equestrian action scheduled across the course of the Show, it’s important to us that it is showcased beyond those witnessing the proceedings first-hand.”
Royal Windsor Horse Show, which in 2023 celebrates its 80th anniversary, is famed for featuring an exhilarating range of action which will all be included in H&C’s coverage, from top international sport, to displays including the Defender Shetland Pony Grand National and the DAKS Pony Club Mounted Games. This year’s Show will also feature entertainment from The Musical Ride of the Household Cavalry, The Musical Drive of the King’s Troop and Azerbaijan ‘Land of Fire’.
H&C+ will begin live streaming on Wednesday 10 May with The Defender CDI4* FEI Dressage Grand Prix. The Rolex Grand Prix – the Show’s prestigious €500,000 prize money competition – will provide a fitting conclusion to the international competition on the final day, and will also be shown on the H&C channel on Samsung TV Plus and LG Smart TVs in the UK. If viewers miss any of the action, it will be available to watch back on-demand via H&C+.
Highlights of the Rolex Grand Prix will be available to view on Eurosport and Sky Sports, with up-to-date information about viewing times to be released in due course.
To watch Royal Windsor Horse Show on H&C, click here.
For a detailed timetable of each day at the Show, please click here.