Your One-Stop WEG Media Guide, Presented by Draper Therapies

Didn’t score tickets to this year’s World Equestrian Games? Stuck in the office during all the action? We’ve got all the links and details you need to follow the action from home.

Photo courtesy of Tryon International Equestrian Center

The World Equestrian Games kicks off on Tuesday, September 11 in Tryon, North Carolina — that’s less than a week away! While the Games offer thrilling competition in the disciplines of show jumping, dressage, para-dressage, eventing, combined driving, endurance, vaulting and reining, it’s also an opportunity to celebrate equestrian sport and come together as a global horse community.

If you weren’t able to score tickets to your favorite WEG event to watch in person at Tryon International Equestrian Center, don’t fret — with help from Draper Therapies, we’ve compiled all of the links you need to make sure you don’t miss a single hoofbeat of the action.

Live Stream

Catch every minute of your favorite events with great commentary at FEI TV. You do need a paid subscription to access live streaming; however, you purchase buy a WEG-only pass for just $26.99 USD to catch all of the live streams, highlights and replays or bundle with other subscriptions for a discount.

Social Media

The Tryon2018 page is the official Facebook entity for this year’s World Equestrian Games, and you will find highlights, photos and videos here throughout the two-week event. You can also follow the official Instagram and Twitter accounts for Tryon2018.

To follow the FEI, the sponsoring organization of the WEG, check out Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The official WEG hashtag to follow is #Tryon2018. Use this tag to look for your favorite international equestrians sharing their own individual experiences!

Network Coverage

Over 60 hours of World Equestrian Games coverage will be presented on by NBC SportsGroup: the Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA will present 50 hours of coverage, while NBC and NBC Sports will have 15 hours of live coverage. A schedule of coverage has not yet been released.

In-Depth Reporting

Many publications will be reporting from WEG; The Chronicle of the Horse is consistently the most-trusted source of equestrian news in the United States and will again be providing top-notch coverage of the entire World Equestrian Games.

Our sister site Eventing Nation will be reporting directly from Tryon on eventing days: keep it locked for exclusive interviews, up-to-the-minute live threads and just the right amount of chinchilla-fueled wackiness that you can only get from the good people at Eventing Nation.

In a hurry?

Don’t have hours of time to devote to following every moment of WEG? We get it — our readers are busy folks! That’s why once again we at Horse Nation will be providing daily aggregates with all the headlines and recaps you need to catch up quickly, plus social media roundups with all of the great moments you won’t want to miss.

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