Watch the Indoor Cross-Country from CHI Geneva

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The world’s best event riders, some furious galloping and lots of tricky obstacles, including a lake in the middle of the arena – it can only be the Indoor Cross-Country from CHI Geneva. Watch highlights of this thrilling class on Horse & Country on Saturday 17 December at 9pm.

Watch the Rolex Grand Prix live from the prestigious CHI Geneva (1.25pm on Sunday 11 December) as well as exclusive coverage of the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final (Friday 9 December at 6.55pm). Horse & Country is available on Sky channel 253. Don’t have Sky? Click here to subscribe to H&C Play.

Rolex Grand Slam 11 December 2016 subs

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