Livestream Horse of the Year Show 2023 from the comfort of your own home, at the stables or from the horsebox!
With the 2023 Horse of the Year Show now underway (4th- 8th October) the big question on everyone’s lips is where can I livestream this year’s event? Read on to find out more.
There’s nowhere better to be this week, a place where audiences can be inspired by world-class international Showjumping and Dressage, alongside an exciting line up of national Showing Championships with an energising array of equestrian displays. If you can’t make it, there’s an all-access livestream so you don’t have to miss out.
This year’s Horse of the Year Show – which by the way is the 74th edition of the event – will be live-streamed on ClipMyHorse.tv – where you can get a free trial if you’re new to signing up.
Unfortunately, there are no plans for TV channels to broadcast this year’s event, which is yet another reminder of the ongoing decline in equestrian sport being available to watch anywhere other than online.
Among the feature classes includes the ever-popular adrenalin pumping, Puissance which is held on Saturday, October 7th at 9.15pm – a must-watch if you’re attending or tuning in via ClipMyHorse.tv.
The international arena is yet again set to host some of our most loved equestrian athletes, from Harry Charles to the myriad of Whitaker’s – it’s the one event you’ll not want to miss.
Visit the HOYS website for more information, including the timetable of this year’s event, results and how to book tickets.
Just published horse news and reads
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds, the Cheltenham Festival is a beacon of excellence in equestrian sports. Each year, this illustrious event captures the imagination of horse racing enthusiasts worldwide, drawing them to its hallowed grounds for a week-long celebration of skill, determination, and the sheer beauty of the Thoroughbred. A Historic Legacy…Advertisements
The Longines Global Champions Tour of Doha commenced in spectacular fashion at the renowned Longines Arena at Al Shaqab. Crowds were treated to a thrilling display of equestrian prowess as 32 of the world’s finest horse-and-rider combinations competed in the CSI5* 1.45m speed class, setting the stage for an unforgettable start to the 2024 season.…
The equestrian world was set ablaze as the 2024 Global Champions League (GCL) season kicked off in Doha, Qatar, with the Cannes Stars, powered by Iron Dames, seizing victory in a historic display of skill and determination. Under the dazzling lights of the Longines Arena at Al Shaqab, the Cannes Stars made history as the…