H&C, the premiere multi-screen TV network, has secured an international line up of live equestrian events for its Spring-Summer Season.
Kicking off on April 25th, H&C subscribers in Europe and Australia will be able to view the prestigious Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, from Lexington KY, via an exclusive live stream on its OTT services. The Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, one of the three legs of the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing, is among the most hotly contested international 5* events on the calendar.
H&C has partnered with the US Equestrian Federation to bring European and Australian fans exclusive coverage from Lexington, comprising all three phases of the event: Dressage, Jumping and Cross-Country.
British stars Piggy French and Oliver Townend, US-based Brit Leslie Law, and New Zealand’s Tim Price are all travelling to compete. The stream will kick off on H&C on Thursday 25th April: 1:30pm BST/2.30pm CET.
H&C’s streaming service is widely available internationally (UK, Eire, US, Germany, Sweden, Holland and Australia) via a number of devices including Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Samsung Tizen (UK) and via H&C’s own streaming site, www.horseandcountry.tv.
In May, H&C continues its line-up with highlights from another leg of the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing, the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials in Gloucestershire. H&C subscribers in Germany and Austria can watch the live stream of the event with exclusive German language commentary, while all H&C viewers can enjoy H&C’s own preview show and highlights covering all three phases of the event. The May schedule will also include the aslive broadcast of the Rolex Grand Prix from the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which attracts some of the world’s best riders in Dressage, Jumping and Driving. H&C’s is widely available internationally via its app and on operator networks reaching an estimated 48.5 million households. H&C also addresses the enthusiast audience for equestrian sports and lifestyle through its social media channels, where it reaches 5 million people each month, generating more than 2 million video views.