The Olympic eventing dressage times have now been released.
The dressage phase of the eventing at the Tokyo Olympics takes place over two days – Friday, 30 July (morning and evening session) and Saturday, 31 July (morning session only).
What are the Olympic eventing dressage times for the British riders?
- Oliver Townend and Ballaghmor Class: 8.36am local time on Friday (00.36am British time)
- Laura Collett and London 52: 5.54pm local time on Friday (9.54am British time)
- Tom McEwen and Toledo De Kerser: 9.22am local time on Saturday (1.22am British time)
Who else should you watch?
- New Zealand’s Jonelle Price and Grovine De Reve at 9.52am local time on Friday (1.52am British time)
- Germany’s Julia Krajewski and Amande De B’Neville at 9.58am local time on Friday (1.58am British time)
- Ireland’s Cathal Daniels and Rioghan Rua at 7.14pm local time on Friday (11.14am British time)
- Germany’s Sandra Auffarth and Viamant Du Matz at 7.26pm local time on Friday (11.26am British time)
- The USA’s Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg TSF at 9.28am local time on Saturday (1.28am British time)
- Australia’s Andrew Hoy and Vassily De Lassos at 9.46am local time on Saturday (1.46am British time)
- New Zealand’s Tim Price and Vitali at 10.38am local time on Saturday (2.38am British time)
- Germany’s Michael Jung and Chipmunk FRH at 10.44am local time on Saturday (2.44am British time)
What are the start and end times of the sessions?
- Session 1 starts at 8.30am local time on Friday 30 July (00.30am British time) and the last horse is at 10.50am local time (2.50am British time)
- Session 2 starts at 5.30pm local time on Friday 30 July (9.30am British time) and the last horse is at 7.50pm local time (11.50am)
- Session 3 starts at 8.30am on Saturday 31 July (00.30am British time) and the last horse is at 10.50am (2.50am British time)
Olympic eventing dressage times: complete list
- Find the full times here [PDF download]
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