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How to follow Horse of the Year Show 2019

This year’s Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) (2-6 October 2019) at Birmingham’s NEC will mark the show’s 71st anniversary, featuring top-class showjumping, showing, dressage, driving — as well as an array of equestrian displays.

The show will be live streamed on the British Equestrian Sport TV website at the following times:

Wednesday 2 October

7.15am — Bronze League Championship & Silver League Championship
4.20pm — Showjumping masterclass with the Fletchers
6.25pm — Senior Newcomers Championship
9.20pm —Talent Seekers including seven-year-old Championship

Thursday 3 October

12.50pm — Pony Newcomers Championship
3.35pm — Dressage masterclass
6.10pm — Dressage Future Elite Championship
8.10pm — Pony Club Mounted Games — Prince Philip Cup
9.25pm —Senior Foxhunter Championship

Friday 4 October

11.40am — International showjumping: two-phase special
2.30pm — International showjumping: one round
5.45pm — Leading Pony Showjumper of the Year
8.35pm — Pony Club Mounted Games — Prince Philip Cup
9.30pm — International showjumping: take your own line

Saturday 5 October

10am — Grade C Championship
12pm — International showjumping: the accumulator
2.45pm — TBC
5.25pm — International showjumping with jump-off
7.30pm — Melie Philippot: My Little Sister
8.30pm — Lorenzo: The Flying Frenchman
9.30pm —International showjumping: puissance

Sunday 6 October

9.55am — 128cm Championship
11.20am — 138cm Championship
1pm — International showjumping: five fence challenge
4.30pm — International showjumping: Leading Speed Horse of the Year
8.50pm — International showjumping: Leading Showjumper of the Year
10.30pm — Show finale

You can keep up to date with all the latest news from the show on the Horse & Hound website and by following @horseandhound on Twitter and Horse & Hound on Facebook.

Horse of the Year Show (HOYS 2019), held at the N.E.C in Birmingham welcomes some 1,600 horses and ponies, 1,500 competitors and 65,000 spectators and is a true spectacle for all things horsey.

Showjumping fans can look forward to the popular puissance and top international and national championship classes, as well as the prestigious leading showjumper of the year. For dressage divas, British riders will showcase their up-and-coming grand prix horses in the future elite championship.

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There’s also lots of shopping to be done and some great displays to marvel at which include Mélie Philippot’s ‘My Little Sister’ routine, Lorenzo ‘The Flying Frenchman’, as well as the crowd-pleasing scurry driving and the Prince Philip Cup mounted games in previous years.

Don’t miss our full HOYS report in the 10 October 2019 issue of Horse & Hound magazine, where we’ll look at the action across the disciplines in full detail

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