If you can’t make it to Hickstead this year, don’t panic. Action from the major classes of this year’s British Jumping Derby Meeting at Hickstead (19-23 June) will be broadcast on TV by Sky Sports.
National classes started yesterday (19 June) and international competition got underway today (20 June).
TV coverage from Sky Sports 4 begins on Friday at 3pm, with the Bunn Leisure Derby Trial — the only chance to qualify for the British Jumping Derby. Highlights will be shown on Sky Sports 4 at 8pm, 12am and 4am.
On Saturday all eyes will be on the LED Sport Europe Speed Derby, with coverage again starting at 3pm on Sky Sports 4. Highlights will be shown at 9.30pm on Sky Sports 4 and 12.30am on Sky Sports 2.
Sunday will mark the 53rd running of the world famous British Jumping Derby with coverage starting at an earlier time of 2pm on Sky Sports 4, with highlights being shown at 8pm on Sky Sports 4, 1am and 4am on Sky Sports 3 and at 2pm on Monday (24 June).
Friday 21 June: 3pm Sky Sports 4
Saturday 22 June: 3pm Sky Sports 4
Sunday 23 June: 2pm Sky Sports 4
If you’re a Sky subscriber and want to watch the action from Hickstead online, on your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone then download the Sky Go app.
There will be no terrestrial TV coverage available from this year’s British Jumping Derby Meeting.
Don’t miss our full Hickstead report in next week’s issue of H&H (27 June 2013) as well as our online reports over the weekend at www.horseandhound.co.uk