For dressage fans frustrated at the coverage of the equestrian events at the Paralympics there will be some – albeit limited – airtime.

There will be some coverage of paradressage on Channel 4’s main channnel – according to the schedule.

Tomorrow (Saturday 1 September) on C4 1pm-6.30pm there will be equestrian, alongsidejudo, cycling and basketball.

Sunday (2 September) 1pm-5.30pm (with cycling, sitting volleyball)

Monday (3 September) from 1pm-3.30pm basketball, equestrian, sitting volleyball

Tuesday (4 September) from 1pm-3.30pm with basetball.

A spokesman told H&H last week there would be “comprehensive equestrian coverage”.

“We are likely to give the equestrian a big push because they are medal hopefuls,” he added.

“Dressage will be a major feature of our morning and afternoon live programming. We will have an outside broadcast team at Greenwich Park throughout the Games to capture all the must-see moments.”

There are three live broadcast streams online – C4 Paralympics Extra 1, 2 and 3 – as well as the main terrestrial channel. They will feature “live, uninterrupted coverage from early morning to late evening” on Sky, Freesat and Virgin Media.

To see the full schedule of equestrian events click here.

Plus keep updated with @horseandhound on Twitter where dressage editor Alice Collins is tweeting live from Greenwich Park.