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If you live under an equestrian rock and have somehow not realized that the 2016 Olympics are upon us, don’t fret — here’s your one-stop shop to see the full equestrian schedule, find out what stations are airing coverage and how you can live stream every minute of the events online.
NBC is the covering cable network, though some individual events across the Games will also be aired on affiliate networks.
You will need an authenticated cable subscription log-in to access the live stream. The Nation Media family of sites will be bringing you plenty of up-to-date coverage of the Olympic games, so keep it locked on Eventing Nation, Jumper Nation and Horse Nation for live updates, in-person reporting and of course plenty of good old-fashioned equestrian fun.
The live stream can also be accessed on mobile via the NBC Olympics app and a free channel available for Roku. If you’re posting on social media about the equestrian events at the Olympics, don’t forget to use the hashtags #Two Hearts and #Jointhe Journey to show your support of ALL equestrian athletes all over the world in all disciplines!
At the Paris Olympics of 1924, the format of the competition was established — a Dressage Test on the first day; an Endurance Test on the second day, including a short Roads and Tracks (Phase A), followed immediately by a Steeplechase (Phase B), which in turn was followed immediately by a long Roads and Tracks (Phase C).