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

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 (23-30 October), so you can enjoy what’s going on across the equestrian world from the comfort of your sofa...

British Equestrian Sport TV

Jumping fans can tune into the Northallerton EC National Amateur Second Round Show, being held from 24-25 October, via live streaming courtesy of Clip My Horse TV.

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International action on Clip My Horse TV

Enjoy international four-star jumping action from the Pole Hippique de Saint-Lo in France from 22-25 October and Sentower Park CSI**/*/CSIYH Tour in Belgium from 22-25 October.

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Watch highlights from the FEI Eventing Nations Cup in August, which took place in Strzegom, Poland. Plus, check out driving action from the FEI Driving World Championship from 23-25 October.

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Horse & Country TV

Eventing fans can settle on the sofa with five-star competition from Pau in France until 25 October. Or indulge in some showjumping with Arena UK’s Halloween Show from 24 October until 1 November.

The above competitions are only available to Horse & Country subcribers to watch.

On the H&C TV free channel, check out a masterclass with top dressage rider Isabell Werth on Friday, 23 October, or enjoy “Daisy Dines With” — Daisy Bunn visits British star Carl Hester at home and gains valuable insight into his equestrian success.

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ITV Racing

Enjoy racing action either on the TV screen or online via the ITV Hub over the duration of the weekend, with racing from three racecourses.

Friday, 23 October (13:30–16:00) ITV4

Cheltenham – 13:50 The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle Race (Class 2); 14:25 The Matchbook Better Way To Bet Novices’ Steeplechase (Class 2); 15:00 The Two Farmers Crisps Handicap Hurdle Race (Class 3); 15:35 The October Handicap Steeplechase (Class 2)

Doncaster – 14:35 The Vertem Investing In The Future Handicap Stakes (Class 2); 15:15 The Final Furlong Podcast Handicap Stakes (Class 2)

Saturday, 24 October (13:30–16:30) ITV4

Cheltenham – 14:05 The Masterson Holdings Hurdle Race (Class 2); 14:40 The Best Odds At Matchbook Novices’ Steeplechase (Class 2); 15:15 The Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle Race (Class 2); 15:50 The Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap Steeplechase (Classs 2)

Doncaster – 13:45 The Doncaster Stakes (Class 1, Listed race); 14:20 The Vertem Very Different Stockbrokers Handicap Stakes (Class 2); 14:55 The Vertum Futurity Trophy Stakes (Class 1, Group 1)

Newbury – 15:35 The Cancom Stakes (Class 1, Group 3); 16:10 The Teddington RBL Poppy Appeal Stakes (Class 1)

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Horse racing 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 Sport 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).

Horse & Hound magazine, out every Thursday, is packed with all the latest news and reports, as well as interviews, specials, nostalgia, vet and training advice. Find how you can enjoy the magazine delivered to your door every week, plus options to upgrade to access our H&H Plus online service which brings you breaking news as it happens as well as other benefits.

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