No more FOMO! All the equestrian sport you want to watch via online streaming or on TV

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  • We know that equestrian fans have been missing watching their favourite sport, whether that is in person or on screen, over the past few months. We have, therefore, pulled together a selection of events being streamed online and broadcast on TV over the coming week (9–16 April), so you can enjoy what’s going on across the equestrian world from the comfort of your sofa...

    International action on Clip My Horse TV

    See what’s going on live at the Blue Hors Stud Stallion Show on 10 April. The Re-Live channel shows past highlights programmes with a different theme each day of the week – Pony Friday, Entertainment Saturday, Super Size Sunday, Rural Monday, Jolly Tuesday, Academy Wednesday and Stallion Thursday.

    Click here to watch.

    Horse & Country TV

    Catch the start of the NCEA National Champs in Texas on 15 April. Then why not treat yourself to some chilled days on the sofa as lockdown eases with a variety of features and masterclasses on the H&C TV free channel throughout the week.

    Click here to watch.

    FEI TV

    FEI TV has moved to Clip My Horse TV – it sits within a separate FEI TV area. If you have an FEI TV subscription you now have unlimited access to Clip My Horse TV.

    Click here to watch.

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    ITV Racing

    Enjoy racing action either on the TV screen or online via the ITV Hub.

    Grand National Festival

    On each day of the Festival (8–10 April), The Opening Show will air at 9:30 on ITV4.  Racing overage begins on ITV at 14:00 each day – find out more about the Grand National Festival and view the full racecard.

    Friday, 9 April (14:00–17:00) ITV

    14:20 Betway Top Novices’ Hurdle Race (Grade 1) (2m ½f); 14:50 Betway Mildmay Novices’ Steeple Chase (Grade 1) (3m 1f); 15:25 Marsh Steeple Chase (Registered as the Melling) (Grade 1) (2m 4f); 16:05 Randox Topham Handicap Steeple Chase (Grade 3) (2m 5f); 16:40 Doom Bar Sefton Novices’ Hurdle Race (Grade 1) (3m ½f)

    Saturday, 10 April (14:00 – 18:15) ITV

    14:25 Betway Mersey Novices’ Hurdle Race (Grade 1) (2m 4f); 15:00 Doom Bar Maghull Novices’ Steeple Chase (Grade 1) (2m); 15:35 Ryanair Stayers’ Hurdle Race (Registered The Liverpool Hurdle Race) (Grade 1) (3m ½f); 16:15 Betway Handicap Steeple Chase (Grade 3) (3m 1f); 17:15 Randox Grand National Handicap Steeple Chase (Grade 3) (4m 2½f)

    Horseracing TV channels

    Racing TV – coverage from 61 British and Irish racecourses, as well as exclusive feature programmes, racing from across the world and replays on your TV and online. Viewers can purchase a day pass (£10), a monthly subscription (£24.98 per month) or an annual package (£249 per year).

    Sky Sports Racing – follow the sport on Sky TV and online. Get live racing results, racecards, news, videos, photos, stats and daily tips. Via NOW TV, grab a Sky Sports Day Pass (£9.99), a Sky Sports Week Pass (£14.99) or a Sky Sports Month Pass (£33.99).

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