Lexington, Ky- Oct. 27, 2017 – Scared your Halloween plans will cause you to miss out on the 2017 CP National Horse Show? EqSportsNet and Horse Network have you covered by offering live streaming of one of the most prestigious horse shows in the country. The world’s best equestrian athletes take center stage in the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park from October 31-November 5, and you can watch live online all week.
The highlights of the 2017 coverage are sure to be, the founding father of hunt seat equitation, George Morris’s commentary on the ASPCA Maclay Finals as well as seasoned commentator John Kyle’s insights on the Longines FEI World Cup™ of Lexington.
EQSportsNet will be providing daily coverage of the 2017 CP National Horse Show beginning this Sunday with the National Horse Show 3’3″ Equitation Championships. The broadcast will continue Tuesday morning beginning at 8:00am and run through the duration of the show, including the ASPCA Maclay Finals and the USEF U-25 National Championships. Current subscribers can simply sign into to watch. USHJA members will get a special 50% discount on all EQSportsNet packages.
Live streaming coverage of Saturday night’s feature event, the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Lexington will be available on Horse Network and FEI TV. The fourth stop on the Eastern sub-league calendar, CP National will play host to 2013 World Cup champion Beezie Madden, defending champion McLain Ward, world #1 Kent Farrington and many more of America’s elite riders. Horse Network is a leading provider of all things equestrian and routinely provide coverage of all the biggest Longines FEI World Cup™ events in North America. Tune into horsenetwork.com/live and follow your favorite show jumping stars on the #RidetoParis!
With $810,000 in prize money offered, this year’s CP National Horse Show has been designated a CSI-W 4* show by the FEI. International Open Jumpers will compete for almost a half a million dollars in prize money. For the sixth year in a row, The National Show Hunter Hall of Fame has named the CP National Horse Show the ‘Horse Show of the Year’. In 2017, the top-rated hunter sections have a total purse of $195,000.