2010 Alltech FEI World Equestiran Games Spectator Guide Now Available

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Vaulting competitorThe Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games are less than 50 days away, and spectators now can begin planning the details of their trips to the Kentucky Horse Park to watch eight world championships in equestrian sport.

The 2010 Games Spectator Guide is now available and can be found under Spectator Information in the “Quick Links” section of www.alltechfeigames.com.

The Spectator Guide includes information about gate times, transportation options, what you can and can’t bring to the grounds, international travel advice, information for local residents, and much more.

The Spectator Guide is a valuable tool with important information about your spectator experience at the 2010 Games. Please review closely as you prepare for your visit!

If you have yet to purchase your tickets to the Games, tickets are still available. Early rounds of dressage, eventing, jumping and reining, as well as tickets for endurance, are available with eh 30 percent savings through September 6. Tickets can be purchase at www.ticketmaster.com, at any Ticketmaster outlet, and at 1-888-934-2010.

Accommodations are still available, with a wide range of rates and options open within an hour’s drive of the Kentucky Horse Park.   Many hotel options include a shuttle to the grounds of the Games. For more information, visit www.alltechfeigames.com/accommodations.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I hope they show everything on NBC. Seems to me that the coverage is too short to allow much more than a few quick snapshots.

  2. NBC is ONLY providing 6.5 hours of coverage of the entire event over three weekends. Now bear in mind, that 6.5 hours has 15 minutes of commercials in each hour, so the net time of actual coverage is a whopping 4 hours 52 minutes for 16 days of events. Wow, underwhelming, isn’t it? WEG cut a LOUSY deal with NBC.

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