World titles may have been on the line in another part of the Kentucky Horse Park, but the Knights of Iceland drill team rocked the house in the Equine Village show ring during the 2010 World Equestrian Games.
A video about the Keeneland Library’s collection from the Daily Racing Form
If you’re in or near Lexington and enjoy horse racing history, swing by Keeneland to checkout the library. You can look up some stories from racing’s past. Or admire the equine art on display. Or gaze at the sweeping vistas of Bluegrass pastureland from the windows. Or collect your thoughts far from the roars and stresses of the crowds.
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The USEF Network will pick up some of the gaps and stream, for free, some of the events not covered by the other providers. Some will stream live and others will be available through an “on-demand” basis.
Reining, paraequestrian, driving, vaulting can be viewed on the USEF Network. Also, the USEF Network site shows other times to watch various events, even after the Games have closed.
Go to the USEF Network site (click on the link) and then click on “Broadcast schedule” for times, all of which are in EDT.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: USEF Network to air WEG coverage online. Click on “Broadcast Schedule.”
The Alltech-FEI World Equestrian Games are upon us. The event will make history by coming across the ocean to the U.S. for the first time.
But you can’t leave work/school/the children/the horses. Let alone fork over the dough to go.
I feel your pain. But never fear.
You can watch some of the Games online live and highlights shows on cable and regular TV while enjoying the comforts of your own home.