What's on this weekend?

6th May 2016

CCI4* Badminton Horse Trials, Great Britain: 5 – 8 May

Website: https://www.badminton-horse.co.uk/

Live stream: https://www.badminton-horse.co.uk/index.php/live-stream/

Coverage: The BBC will be showing live coverage of the Cross-Country phase on Saturday from 11.20am on the red button; with all the action coming live from the final jumping rounds from 2pm, including highlights from the competition. For all TV times, please visit the event website

Results:  https://www.badminton-horse.co.uk/index.php/results-2016/

CSI5* GCT/CSI3*/CDI4* Hamburg, Germany:  4 – 8May

Website: http://engarde.de/events/130/

Results: http://www.longinestiming.com/#!/show-jumping/2016/1138/html/en/longinestiming/index.html

CSI3* Eindhoven, The Netherlands: 5 – 8 May

Website: http://www.csi-eindhoven.nl/


CSIO3* Drammen, Norway: 5 – 8 May

Website: http://eiri53.wix.com/engelskspringtour16


CVI3* Moorsele, Belgium: 6- 8 May

Website: http://www.cvibelgium.com/

Live stream: http://vygo.be/live/

Results: http://www.vaultingresults.com/

Addington Manor Premier League Dressage, Great Britain: 6 – 8 May

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

Live stream: http://www.addingtonmanor.co.uk/about-us/live-stream/  

Results: http://www.addingtonmanor.co.uk/event-results/


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.

CCI stands for Concours Complet International 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.