Poll: Favorite Olympic Discipline

Cast your vote in this poll on “What is your favorite equestrian discipline in the Olympic Games?” Catch the final poll results on this page, along with a link to all of the Horse Illustrated coverage of the Tokyo Olympics, along with our Olympic Games preview articles.

Olympic Disciplines Poll

What is your favorite equestrian discipline in the Olympic Games?
41 votes
U.S. Dressage rider Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo during the Indivdiual medal round at the Tokyo Olympics. Olympic disciplines poll
U.S. Dressage rider Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo during the Indivdiual medal round at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo Courtesy U.S. Equestrian

Vote in our Olympic disciplines poll, and then don’t miss Horse Illustrated’s latest information and daily updates from the Tokyo Olympics on equestrian sport for the three disciplines of dressage, eventing, and show jumping.

Complete Tokyo Olympics Coverage

Tokyo Olympic Games Equestrian Previews from Horse Illustrated

Tokyo Olympic Reboot: Final Preview for the Tokyo Olympic Games

Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg - Eventing
Boyd Martin was initially named to the U.S. Eventing Team for Tokyo with Luke 140 and had two direct reserve horses, Tsetserleg (shown here) and On Cue. But then Luke 140 was replaced with Tsetserleg due to an injury. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography

Just 16 months ago, the sports world came to a standstill, and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 were no exception. Tokyo 2020 was put on hold until this year—although it is still called “Tokyo 2020”—and will go down in history as the Games stalled by a worldwide pandemic. As this issue of Horse Illustrated hits newsstands, athletes, officials, volunteers and the media will be arriving in Japan. Opening Ceremonies will be on July 23 and Closing Ceremonies on August 8, with the Paralympics following suit Aug. 24-Sept. 5. Here is our final preview before the Tokyo Olympic Games. Read More>>

Totally Tokyo: Previewing the Equestrian Events of the Tokyo Olympics (Now in 2021)

Main Arena for Equestrian Events in Tokyo Olympics
The main arena at Baji Koen Equestrian Park seats 9,300 spectators (shown here at the August 2019 test event). Courtesy of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI)

A beehive of activity has been stirring in Japan since Tokyo was selected in September 2013 to host the Summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games later this year. Equestrian sports fans will notice a flurry of excitement on the home front as well, since observation of horses and riders as potential team candidates is under way. The teams chosen to represent each country should be announced no later than late June or early July. Read More>>