Fans of jumping and dressage who are unable to make it to Windsor in August for the Europeans will be able to watch the action from the comfort of the own homes.

The BBC will be providing coverage of the Alltech International Equestrian Federation (FEI) European Jumping and Dressage Championships — taking place at Windsor from 25-30 August.

The BBC will screen the individual final of the jumping and dressage — as well as the team jumping.

Michael Cole, deputy editor of BBC sport said: “The Alltech FEI Jumping and Dressage Championships represent a huge opportunity for us to highlight equestrian sport at its very best.

“In the run up to London 2012 we know the championships will have a big appeal and the BBC is pleased to be able to offer equestrian fans the chance to watch the top riders in Europe compete in a major championships, held in the UK.”

Show director Simon Brooks-Ward added: “The plan to stage both the FEI dressage and jumping championships together at the same time in Windsor is being very well received.

“The Championships are rapidly building momentum and we are delighted they are receiving such formidable backing.”

Thirty-two nations have put forward teams. And over 150 riders will be competing at the event.

The following countries have entered teams:

Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmakr
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Liechtenstein
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russian Federation
Serbia and Montenegro
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Switzerland
Turkey
Ukraine

For tickets and more information visit www.windsoreuropeans09.com