Thursday 28th of May 2020

How to watch the World Equestrian Games in Tryon 2018!

Don’t miss any of the action from The World Equestrian Games in Tryon (11-25 September) with our TV and online coverage guide.

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Friday 14 September

3.10pm to 6.20pm

7.10pm to 10.30pm

Grand Prix Special Dressage
Saturday 15 September 3.40pm to 10pm Cross Country
Sunday 16 September 1.10pm to 4.50pm Dressage Freestyle to music
Sunday 16 September 7.55pm to 10.45pm Show Jumping phase of the eventing
Thursday 20 September

1.40pm to 5.40pm

6.10pm to 10.10pm

Team Show Jumping
Friday 21 September 6.10pm to 9.45pm Team Show Jumping Final
Sunday 23 September

2.25 pm to 3.55pm

5.15pm to 6.30pm

Individual Show Jumping Final


Monday 17 September 1pm to 3.30pm Highlights from week 1
Sunday 23 September 4.30pm to 5.30pm Highlights from week 2
Monday 24 September 1.00pm to 2.00pm Highlights


They will provide live streaming from all the action for all the disciplines on FEI TV with their subscription. They will also be showing “Live@Tryon” the digital show, a 25-minute daily programme bringing the excitement, drama and atmosphere. 

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Horse and Country TV

They will be providing a daily review show each day throughout the Games, starting 12 September at 1pm (also at 5pm and 8pm each day).

Thursday 20 September 9.30pm Dressage Grand Prix Highlights
Friday 21 September 9.30pm Dressage Grand Prix Special
Friday 21 September 10.30pm Endurance Highlights
Saturday 22 September 9.30pm  Dressage Freestyle Highlights
Saturday 22 September 10.30pm Reining Highlights
Tuesday 25 September 8.00pm Eventing Highlights
Saturday 29 September 8.00pm Team Show Jumping Highlights
Monday 1 October 8.00pm Para Dressage Highlights
Monday 1 October 8.30pm Vaulting Highlights
Tuesday 2 October 7.30pm Driving Highlights
Tuesday 2 October 8.00pm Individual Show Jumping Highlights

NBC Sports (USA)

A record 65 hours of coverage from the games including 57 live hours will be presented across NBC, NBCSN and Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA. Find out more HERE

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