H&H Live: Rio Olympics dressage freestyle

  • Follow the freestyle dressage action at the Rio Olympic Games via our live and interactive written commentary service with expert opinion from Hayley Watson-Greaves

    Welcome to H&H LiveHorse & Hound’s live and interactive written commentary service – as we prepare for the final day of the dressage competition at the Rio Olympic Games. The grand prix freestyle to music competition is due to get underway at 2pm UK time on Monday 15 August, so make sure you’re logged on so you don’t miss a moment. You can register below to receive an email reminder if you’d like to do so.

    Successful British dressage rider and trainer Hayley Watson-Greaves will be on hand to share her expert insight on each rider’s freestyle performance on 15 August, supported by H&H’s website editor and eventing enthusiast Carol Phillips. Hayley has recently returned from Rio so she’ll be able to share her thoughts on the venue and her experience visiting the Games as part of the BEF World Class development squad.

    What is H&H Live?

    For those who aren’t familar with H&H Live, it is an up-to-the-minute written commentary service enhanced with still images, which also gives you the opportunity to take part in live interactive polls, pose questions to our team and post your comments.

    You can follow on your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone, so you can get live updates whereever you are, without having to be in front of your TV. NB: This is NOT a live video stream.

    Can I watch on TV?

    All action from the Olympic Games is going to be available via the BBC’s red button services as well as the BBC sports website. We hope that you will join us as well for the insight the H&H team can provide, and take part in our interactive options. Find out what’s happening when ».

    H&H Live will continue throughout the Games covering all the action across all three equestrian disciplines. The remaining action will be brought to you by H&H staff members. We look forward to you joining us for two fantastic weeks of equestrian sport.

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