Looking to keep on top of all the action at the Royal Windsor Horse Show (1-5 May), but unable to attend in person? There are ways you can watch from home, so you can enjoy the atmosphere and excitement from the comfort of your sofa.

Horse & Country (H&C) will be providing complete live coverage from the Castle Arena. All classes taking place in the show’s main arena will be available to watch as they happen through H&C’s subscription service, H&C+, with a Pay-Per-View option also available.

The H&C service will cover everything from the CSI5* jumping classes, the Defender CDI4* Dressage, National and U25 jumping classes, to showing classes, the Defender Shetland Pony Grand National, the DAKS Pony Club Mounted Games and displays.

The H&C footage will begin on Wednesday 1 May with the Defender CDI4* FEI Dressage Grand Prix, and will continue throughout the week. All of the coverage will also be available to watch back on demand on H&C+.

Elsewhere, highlights of Sunday 5 May’s Rolex Grand Prix will be available to view on Eurosport with up-to-date information about viewing times to be released in due course.

“We are delighted to once again announce such fantastic coverage of Royal Windsor Horse Show,” said Show Director, Simon Brooks-Ward. “There are so many unmissable moments to this year’s schedule it’s important to us that it is showcased beyond those witnessing the proceedings first-hand.”

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

Lead image of Martin Fuchs and Conner Jei, winners of the Rolex Grand Prix at Royal Windsor Horse Show 2023. Credit: Royal Windsor Horse Show/Peter Nixon

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