What's on this weekend?

24th Jun 2016

CSIO5*- Nations Cup/ CDIO5*- Nations Cup Rotterdam, The Netherlands:

Website: http://chio.nl/

Live: http://www.clipmyhorse.de/nl/preview/detail/1258

Coverage:

The Furisiyya Nations Cup showjumping series will be live on FEI TV from 1.50pm on Friday 24 June.

The FEI Nations Cup dressage series will be live on FEI TV from 2.50pm on Saturday 25 June.

Results: http://www.longinestiming.com/#!/show-jumping/2016/1194/html/en/longinestiming/index.html

CSI5* LGCT Monaco, France:

Website: https://www.globalchampionstour.com/

Live: https://www.globalchampionstour.com/gct-live/

Results: http://www.longinestiming.com/#!/show-jumping/2016/1196/html/en/longinestiming/index.html

CSI4* Hickstead, Great Britain:

Website: http://www.hickstead.co.uk/

Live: http://www.hickstead.tv/

Coverage:

The Equestrian.com Derby will be live on both Hickstead TV and SkySports 3 from 2.00pm on Sunday 26 June.

Results: http://results.scgvisual.com/2016/hickstead/

CICO3*- Nations Cup Strzegom, Poland:

Website: http://www.strzegomhorsetrials.pl/pl/

Live: http://www.strzegomhorsetrials.pl/pl/galeria/strzegom-tv.html

Results: http://results.strzegomhorsetrials.pl/

 

 

CSI stands for Concours de Saut International and is essentially an international showjumping competiton and as with dressage, the higher the star rating (*), the more prestigous the show.

CDI stands for Concours Dressage International, essentially International Dressage Competition. Each competition is classified 1-5 stars (*), the higher the star rating, the more high profile the competition.

CIC stands for Concours International Combiné and is an International three day event with the phases taking place in the order of dressage, cross country and showjumping. CIC stands for Concours International Combine and is an international one date event with dressage the first phase and either showjumping or cross country may be the final of the three phases. Competitions are given a star rating (*) in terms of difficulty; the higher the star, the higher the level of training and skill required.