Badminton’s Back! How to Watch Worldwide

Piggy French and Vanir Kamira win Badminton 2019. Photo by Nico Morgan Media.

In all of the spectacle that is Kentucky, and considering the fact that Badminton was cancelled in 2020 and 2021, it’s almost a shock to remember that we have not one but two 5* events in the span of two weeks once again in 2022. As we roll straight into our coverage of Badminton, where Tilly Berendt is our eyes on the ground, we’re pleased to see that the event will also be bringing back its robust live stream coverage for viewers worldwide.

This year’s Badminton Horse Trials, presented by MARS Equestrian, will be streamed live on the event’s in-house Badminton TV, which is available for both live and on demand viewing. The Badminton TV pass costs $25 and gives viewers access not only to the full live stream but also to archived content including 2018 and 2019 replays. The pass is good for one year from the date of purchase, so you’ll be able to go back and rewatch anything you’d like once the event is over!

Badminton TV will be the provider for both jogs (Wednesday and Sunday), as well as interviews with top riders each day, special features and the full prize-giving ceremony on Sunday. For those of you in the UK, the final top 10’s show jumping will be shown live on BBC 2 and the BBC website iPlayer.

You can click here for instructions on viewing Badminton TV on your various devices.

We’ll update this post with the streaming schedule, but for now here is the FEI schedule for this week (note: all times are listed in BST — 5 hours ahead of EST):

To view more and purchase your pass here. You can also click here to stay in the loop with our Daily Digest, which will be sent out each evening beginning Tuesday, May 3 with the latest updates and links to EN’s coverage.

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