How to Watch the World Equestrian Games Online

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With the World Equestrian Games less than a month away, it’s time to start getting ready to cheer on Team USA and Team Canada. If you’re not traveling to Normandy to watch the action live, that means hashing out a game plan for how you’ll be watching the Games online.

EN’s good friend John Kyle has confirmed that FEI TV will be live streaming “every single ride in every single discipline” — and he’ll be commentating on most of them. Eventing starts on Wednesday, Aug. 27 with the first horse inspection, and FEI TV’s live broadcast of eventing will begin Thursday morning, Aug. 28, with the first day of dressage.

Remember that France is six hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time, which means you’ll need to be getting up in the wee hours of the morning to watch the live stream or pulling an all-nighter depending on where you live in North America.

If you don’t have an FEI TV subscription, it costs $14.99 per month or $79.99 per year. Click here to subscribe.

We’re continuing to search for other live stream options and will post additional information as we find it.

[FEI TV]

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