Follow the dressage action from the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials via our live and interactive written commentary service, brought to you in association with Ariat

The H&H Live team will be providing live and interactive written commentary on every horse through the dressage arena at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2015 (5-8 May), in association with Ariat.

On Thursday Olympic medallist and 2006 Badminton winner Andrew Hoy will be on hand to offer expert insight into the first day’s dressage action. British team rider Lucy McCarthy (née Wiegersma), who finished second at Badminton in 2008 riding Shaabrak, will then take over on Friday as the first phase comes to its climax. This is a rare chance to gain insight from riders who have first-hand experience of riding into the famous Badminton main arena so don’t miss their thoughts on the action as it happens.

If you can’t be at Badminton on Thursday or Friday and are based in the UK, H&H Live is a great way to follow the dressage action as it happens as FEI TV’s service is geoblocked and the BBC is not showing the dressage phase on its digital services.

The H&H Live team will also be running this service during the cross-country and showjumping phases, so why not join us on all four days?

H&H Live is brought to you in association with Ariat

Ariat, the leading manufacturer of innovative performance equestrian footwear and apparel can be found on stand 264 in the Badminton shopping village. You can also visit the following Ariat stockists on the showground: Ayr Equestrian, Classic Collection, Townfields Saddlers, Wychanger Barton Saddlery, Sporting Choice, Gibson Saddler, Holmestead Saddlery, Elm of Burford and Colne Saddlery.

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What is H&H Live?

For those who aren’t familar with H&H Live, it is an up-to-the-minute written commentary service enhanced with images, which also gives you the opportunity to take part in live interactive polls, pose questions to our team and post your comments. You can follow on your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone, so you can get live updates where ever you are. NB: This is NOT a live video stream.