Badminton Horse Trials is launching its own livestream service, Badminton TV, in an accessible package that will ensure viewers don’t miss a moment of the action, wherever they are in the world.
All live coverage of the dressage, cross country and show jumping will be produced by the same team that deliver Badminton’s BBC coverage ensuring top quality viewing worldwide (via the event website as in previous years) and available for purchase via the Badminton TV page of the website from the 6th January for a discounted annual fee of £14.99; if purchased from 1st April onwards the cost will be £19.99.
British viewers will be able to watch all days live, including the show jumping until the final 10, at which time they will advised to join the BBC who will be broadcasting their usual Sunday 2 hour highlights programme culminating with live coverage of the top ten show jumping to see who will be crowned the 2022 Badminton winner. Those viewing from overseas will view the competition via Badminton TV throughout. And, even if you are unable to watch it live, you won’t miss a beat of the action, as it will be possible to view on demand post-event.
“We know how much our loyal followers all over the world enjoy following every single aspect of the competition, whether spectating on event or at home, so we hope Badminton TV will be a great addition to everyone’s enjoyment,” said Event Director Jane Tuckwell. “We are excited about this new venture, bought to you by the Badminton TV production team who have provided the BBC coverage for many years and are looking forward to entertaining a worldwide audience with the highest standards of production.”
The coverage can be viewed by anyone, at any time on any smart device and we will be offering easy step by step tutorials in advance.
- Thursday, May 5th: CCI5* Dressage
- Friday, May 6th: CCI5* Dressage
- Saturday, May 7th: CCI5* Cross-Country
- Sunday, May 8th: CCI5* Show Jumping Finale and Prize giving