TV Schedule for 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Now Available


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If you can’t come to the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, you can have the next best thing. NBC, Universal Sports and the USEF will be broadcasting coverage on TV and online. Below you’ll find the full schedule of World Equestrian Games coverage.

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Date Event Time Channel
9/25 Team Reining Noon-1:30pm EDT (Live)
2:00-4:30pm EDT (Live)
9/25 Opening Ceremonies 7:00-10:00pm EDT (Live)
9/26 Team Reining 7:30-10:00am EDT (Live)
11:00am-2:00pm EDT
9/26 Team Reining (Live)
Opening Ceremonies(Recorded)
Noon-1:30pm EDT NBC
9/27 team Dressage 8:30am-12:00pm EDT (Live)
2:00-6:00pm EDT (Live)
9/27 Endurance Medal Ceremony 10:30am-11:00am EDT (Live)
9/27 Team Reining 11:00am-12:30pm EDT (Recorded) NBC
9/28 Team Dressage 8:30-12:00 EDT (Live)
2:00-6:00pm EDT (Live)
9/28 Reining Ind. Qualifier 9:00am-noon EDT (Live)
9/29 Team Dressage 10:00am-12:30pm (Live)
2:30-5:15pm EDT (Live)
9/30 Eventing Dressage 9:00-11:30am (Live)
1:30-4:00pm EDT(Live)
9/30 Reining Ind. Final 1:00-3:30 EDT(Live)
9/30 Reining Freestyle 6:00-9:00pm EDT(Live)
10/1 Eventing Dressage 8:30-11:00am EDT (Live)
1:00-3:30pm EDT
10/1 Dressage Freestyle 7:00-11:00pm EDT (Live)
10/2 Eventing Cross-Country 9:00am-4:00pm EDT (Live)
10/3 Eventing Stadium Jumping 1:00-4:45pm EDT
10/3 Eventing Stadium Jumping (Live)
Eventing Cross-Country (Recorded)
1:00-4:00pm EDT NBC
10/3 Freestyle Dressage
Reining Individual
4:00-6:00pm EDT (Recorded) NBC
10/4 Show Jumping 10:00am-12:30pm EDT (Live)
2:30-5:00pm EDT (Live)
Universal Sports
10/5 Show Jumping 10:00am-12:30pm EDT (Live)
2:30-5:00pm (Live)
Universal Sports
10/5 Para-Equestrian Team On-Demand
10/6 Vaulting Compulsory Team 8:30-11:30am EDT (Live)
10/6 Vaulting Compulsory Ind 12:30-6:00pm EDT (Live)
10/6 Show Jumping Final 7:00-9:30pm EDT (Live) Universal Sports
10/6 Para-Equestrian Ind On-Demand
10/7 Driving Dressage 9:00am-Noon EDT (Live)
2:00-5:00pm EDT (Live)
10/7 Vaulting Freestyle Ind 1:00-5:00pm EDT (Live)
10/7 Eventing Final 11:30am-2:30pm (recorded) Universal Sports
10/7 Dressage Freestyle
2:30-4:30pm (recorded) Universal Sports
10/8 Driving Dressage 9:00am-Noon EDT (Live)
2:00-5:00pm EDT (Live)
10/8 Vaulting Compulsory Ind 12:30-3:00 EDT (Live))
10/8 Vaulting Team Freestyle 4:00-6:30 EDT (Live))
10/8 Show Jumping Ind. Final 5:30-7:00pm EDT(Live) Universal Sports
10/8 Show Jumping Medal Ceremony 7:30-9:00pm EDT(Live) Universal Sports
10/9 Driving Marathon 10:00am-4:30pm EDT (Live)
10/9 Vaulting Freestyle and Medals 2:30-5:30pm EDT (Live)
10/9 Show Jumping Final Four 8:00-9:30pm EDT (Live) Universal Sports
10/10 Driving Cones 10:00am-2:30pm EDT (Live)
10/10 Vaulting Freestyle & Medals 11:00am-1:30pm EDT (Live)
10/10 Show Jumping; Vaulting
Driving; Closing Ceremonies
4:00-6:00pm (recorded) NBC
10/11 Show Jumping; Vaulting
Driving; Closing Ceremonies
11:30am-1:30pm EDT(recorded) Universal Sports
10/14 Driving Finals 6:00-7:00pm EDT (Recorded) Universal Sports
10/15 Vaulting Finals 6:00-7:00pm (recorded) Universal Sports

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  1. Thanks, excellent website mastery by your webmasters and putting out the RIGHT USEFUL information.
    To your and I will add the obvious other source for video
    Would you believe the local NBC affiliate HERE in Lexington covered the opening ceremonies by INTERVIEWING the “super-hyperbolically-lauded-worshiped” University of Kentucky basketball coach The coach participated in the opening ceremonies, big wup, so of course they broadcast basketball video and talked basketball with the coach more than COVERING and showing the freaking Equine Opening ceremonies. Sheesh, college basketball season is still months away. “Horse Capital of the World”…my A$$. The only thing bigger than guns “GOD” and fundamentalism and too many churches around here is basketball worship and American Football. To any visitors “here”, be a tourist, visit the area, every ten years the beauty and countryside is more of a shadow of its former greatness. See it before more is paved over with malls and big box un-needed addtional shopping centers, suburban sprawl and low density housing. If you drive on Man-O-War, realize the road although named after the famous stallion actually caused his grave to be moved and the road to necessarily cut through horse farms for the reason of “not affecting possible future parking lot expansion” which might be needed some day in the distant future at the overbuilt over fed-funded local airport. If you visit the monstrosity of Hamburg Shopping center, consider not buying anything and think about all those acres of pavement and ugly big box stores, built not many years ago on top of what once was one of the largest prime horse farms of Fayette county. But of course the heiress/owner always did like partying and shopping in New York City more than running a thoroughbred horse farm. I suppose a trend world wide, where tourists often appreciate an area more than the “locals” who are blind to what they have(or used to have in this case) and don’t fight those who continue to profit by destroying it.

  2. It’s sad that more coverage is not available on a network or satellite TV channel. Definitely looking forward to Sunday’s coverage.

  3. To P in Lexington KY- Thank you so much fir your comment. It is so refreshing to hear someone besides myself speak with such conviction and passion. I cannot agree with you more on all counts. It is a shame that so many people in our country are so quick and so willing to rape the natural beauty of an area to gain profit. While many find basketball and football worthy of worship even willing to overlook the lack of moral fiber in many of the sports participants, real athletes go over looked like those in the various equine disciplines. I have never heard of rape allegations or dog fight rings in equine sports. Thank you for speaking your mind and helping to restore at least some of my faith in this materialistc, shallow and morally devoid society.


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