The very best of HOYS coming to Horse & Country

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Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) is coming to H&C as we have EXCLUSIVE coverage of the major classes throughout the five-day show (4-8 October).

Prestigious classes

H&C are showing FIVE 90-minute highlight shows, featuring a great mix of action from the previous day. That’s right – you can ‘the world’s most famous horse show’ from the comfort of your sofa, just hours after it goes live at the NEC Birmingham.

The first show kicks off on Thursday 5 October at 7.30pm. This will be followed by daily programmes, until Monday 9 October, when we will bring you highlights of HOYS most prestigious classes:

  • Leading Showjumper of the Year
  • Ruckleigh School Supreme Pony of the Year
  • Ripon Select Foods Supreme Horse of the Year

H&C TV Challenge Cup

Other competitions not to be missed include the Virbac 3D Worming Pony Club Mounted Games on Thursday, Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter Championship on Friday, the SEIB Search for a Star Championship on Saturday and Naylors Equestrian Puissance on Sunday.

H&C is also excited to be sponsoring a class at HOYS for the very first time. The H&C TV Challenge Cup is an international showjumping class on the final day – and we will show highlights the following day on 9 October.

H&C’s daily round up of HOYS 2017 will air at 7.30pm from 5 – 9 October on Sky 253, or you can watch online via H&C Play or Amazon Video.

HOYS 2017 on H&C is sponsored by 

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