Running from April 25 to 28, Horse & Country TV has exclusive live streaming of all phases from Kentucky which this time round will see British stars Piggy French and Oliver Townend, line-up alongside US-based Brit Leslie Law and New Zealand’s Tim Price travelling to compete.
Piggy is set to ride her world team gold medal-winner Quarrycrest Echo, and although 2019 marks her debut at the event, she last rode at the venue in 2010 as an individual in the World Equestrian Games.
The horse’s owner, Jayne McGivern works in the States and it has always been one of her ambitions to have a horse running at Kentucky.
World number one Oliver Townend will defend his title on the 2018 winner, Cooley Master Class, owned by Angela Hisplop, while Leslie Law, Olympic champion some 15 years ago will compete on Voltaire De Tre.
Said Horse & Country Director of Content, Jonathan Rippon:
“We are delighted to be able to bring Kentucky to eventing fans in our exclusive coverage over the four days. Without doubt it is one of the most demanding cross-country courses in the world and everyone at Horse & Country is excited to be involved in making sure viewers around the world get the chance to see coverage live throughout the event.”
Watch on Horse & Country’s web and mobile apps and streaming devices, also on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Samsung Tizen. Subscribers can watch the live stream on Horse & Country from April 25 to 28, exclusively on horseandcountry.tv