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  1. Show Jumping team and individual competition
  2. USA win gold in jump off against Sweden
  3. Germany take bronze
  4. Great Britain finish eighth in team standings after first day of Show Jumping team competition
  5. Amanda Derbyshire (25th), William Funnell (29th), William Whittaker (37th) and Holly Smith (48th) in individual standings for GB - meaning none qualified for today
  6. Individual competition finishes on Sunday
  7. Action from Tryon International Equestrian Centre, North Carolina

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Coverage times

    BBC coverage times

    Times are BST and subject to late changes.

    Friday, 21 September


    18:20-21:55, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

    Sunday, 23 September


    14:35-15:55, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

    17:25-18:30, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online


    16:30-17:30, BBC Two

    Monday, 24 September


    13:00-14:00, BBC Two

  2. World Equestrian Games 2018

    The FEI World Equestrian Game, held every four years in the middle of the Olympic cycle, is one of the biggest events on the global sporting calendar and combines eight equestrian World Championship calibre events.

    The FEI disciplines – Jumping, Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage, Eventing, Driving, Endurance, Vaulting and Reining – are all included on the competition schedule.

    The 2018 edition of the FEI World Equestrian Game is held in Mill Spring, North Carolina, over thirteen days from September 11th-23rd, 2018 at Tryon International Equestrian Centre.

    Carl Hester
  3. Get Inspired: How to get into equestrian

    Get Inspired


    Equestrian is a sport that that tests horsemanship and there are three sports that will be appearing at 2020 Olympics:dressage, showjumping and eventing. The Olympic governing body is the Equestre Internationale (FEI).

    Most riders when starting out try each discipline and then specialise based on their abilities and what aspects of the equestrian sport that they enjoy.

    This is a partnership between horse and rider and means the horse needs to also have the ability to excel in the chosen sport.

    Visit the British Equestrian Federation or the British Horseriding Authority to find local horse riding and racing opportunities in your area.

    A horse with its trainer