Lexington, Ky. – October 15, 2018 – Can’t make it to the 2018 National Horse Show? You can still catch all the action on EqSportsNet! EqSportsNet will be live-streaming from the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park all week long so you won’t miss a second of the action.
“We are pleased to have EQSportsNet return as a fabulous webcast provider for this event,” said Jennifer Burger the President of the National Horse Show. “They have provided us with great coverage in previous years and we enjoy being able to include viewers who cannot be in attendance especially with our addition of our multiple special equitation championships.”
EqSportsNet, whose webcast in previous years of the National Horse Show has been met with rave reviews is back again for a full week of coverage. Their vision is to answer the call for comprehensive competition coverage. The management team at EQSportsNet brings decades of experience in sports television and new media broadcasting coupled with extensive executive experience in the equestrian industry, expansive knowledge of the equestrian competition world, and longstanding relationships in the sport.
EQSportsNet possesses the horsepower to deliver equestrian sport to you like no one else with options such as real-time and on-demand streaming. So, if you can’t make the trip to Lexington this year, you can catch all of the action from the 2018 National Horse Show on the web at EQSports.Net
Coverage of the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Lexington will be live-streamed exclusively on FEI TV. Our premier show jumping event will take place on Saturday November 3, beginning at 7pm.
With $845,000 in prize money offered, the National Horse Show has been designated a CSI4*-W event by the FEI. This year, the National Horse Show will offer new Equitation Championships, including the Hamel Foundation NHS 3’3” Eq. Championship, the Taylor Harris Insurance Services NHS 3′ Adult Eq. Championships, the Boggs Hill NHS KHJA Eq. Championships, and a day of age group equitation classes. In addition, the National Horse Show is excited to announce the new National Horse Show $50,000 Hunter Classic, joining a prestigious line up of classes including the ASPCA Maclay Finals presented by Chansonette Farm, the Hollow Brook Wealth Management SJHOF Series Championship, and the world-renown $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Lexington.
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