The Longines Luhmühlen Horse Trials kicks off today (17—20 June). If you are looking to follow the big five-star horse trials in the Germany, here’s how to watch Luhmühlen Horse Trials on TV...
The first day of dressage gets underway at Luhmühlen Horse Trials today (17 June). There will be both five-star action and a very competitive CCI4*-S section too. Here’s how to watch Luhmühlen Horse Trials on TV…
Here’s how to watch Luhmühlen Horse Trials on TV
Horse & Country TV will be streaming all three phases (dressage, cross-country and showjumping) from both sections at the competition at Luhmühlen live on their website from Thursday to Sunday worldwide. The horse inspections will not be included in the live stream.
The live stream will be available with English commentary from Spencer Sturmey and German commentary from Dirk Alexander Lude.
If you wish to watch you will need to subscribe, which costs £5.99 per month.
German residents will be able to watch some of the cross-country and showjumping action on NDR television:
Saturday 19 June: 2.45–4.45pm (local time) – cross-country
Sunday 20 June: 3–4pm (local time) – showjumping
To find out more about Luhmühlen Horse Trials, visit the website here.
Thursday, 17 June — dressage
Morning session (CCI4*-S): 10am-3.30pm (GB time)
Friday, 18 June — dressage
Morning session (CCI4*-S): 7.30-11.45am (GB time)
Afternoon session (CCI5*-L): 12.50-4.10pm (GB time)
Saturday, 19 June — cross-country
CCI5*-L: 9am (GB time)
CCI4*-S: 12pm (GB time)
Sunday, 20 June — showjumping
CCI5*-L: 10am (GB time)
CCI4*-S: 12.20pm (GB time)
Keep up to date with the Luhmühlen Horse Trials action on Horseandhound.co.uk and don’t miss our full report in the 27 June issue of Horse & Hound magazine.
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