More great equestrian TV on Horse & Country

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Check out our July highlights video to see what great equestrian TV you can watch on Horse & Country this month.

Best sport

We have got top equestrian sport, with LIVE action from the Rolex Grand Prix at Aachen, as well as highlights from Hickstead’s Al Shira’aa Derby and British Speed Derby.

You can also watch world class eventing with the thrilling Event Rider Masters series from Barbury Castle and Haras de Jardy in France.

H&C has got THREE masterclass shows on this month – the first of which is with Olympic gold medalist and former world number one Scott Brash. You can then enjoy double the fun, with international showjumpers Trevor Breen and Corinne Collins, while Olympic dressage rider Richard Davison teams up with his showjumping son Joe.

Exclusive interviews

From exclusive interviews with top riders to behind the scenes footage and fascinating documentaries, H&C brings the best of the equestrian world to your TV screen, laptop and mobile.

You can find H&C on Sky 253, or if you don’t have Sky you can watch online via H&C Play or Amazon Channels. It’s easy, affordable entertainment.

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