WATCH: International Events From the Comfort of Your Couch

Is your weekend itinerary short on plans? Have a long road trip and time to kill? Wanting to keep up with all the biggest and best show jumping news without having to travel the globe? We’ve got you covered. Check out this week’s lineup of international live streams that you can enjoy no matter where you fall on the map.

Tiffany Foster (CAN) riding Dixson in the LONGINES FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada at Thunderbird Show Park. Langley BC. June 3 2018. Photo FEI/Cara Grimshaw

After wrapping up the National last week, Spruce Meadows in Calgary, Canada continues its momentum with the CSI5* Continental starting today, Wednesday the 13th. The Continental sports a jam-packed schedule all week long with feature classes such as the 1.50m Husky Energy Classic on Thursday at 4 PM, the 1.55m Scotiabank Cup on Friday at 5 PM and the 1.60m Continental Grand Prix on Sunday at 12:30 PM. You can follow along with the live stream all week long HERE.

Across the pond in Great Britain, the Equerry Bolesworth International Horse Show is offering up a wide variety of competitions and demonstrations for its spectators. Not only can you witness their CDI3* dressage and CSI2* and 4* show jumping, but you can also enjoy a puissance class, a fashion show and even motocross! The show runs Wednesday through Sunday and several top competitors are stepping up to the plate for the CSI4* show jumping. Check out this large group of riders who will be representing the United States at Bolesworth: Lauren Hough, Michael Hughes, Eve Jobs, Andrew Kocher, Laura Kraut, Kerry McCahill and Teddy Vlock.

The Hipodrom Sopot in Poland is not only hosting CSI2* competition this week but will also be the site of the CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Poland. As always, you can snag a front row seat the Nations Cup action thanks to FEI TV. Who will you see battling it out at the Nations Cup in Sopot, Poland this Sunday the 17th? Riders such as Jamie Barge and Margie Goldstein-Engle from the United States, Malin Baryard-Johnsson of Sweden, Vladimir Beletskiy from Russia, Niels Bruynseels and Pieter Devos from Belgium will all be in attendance with the hopes of bringing home the blue ribbon.

The Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League have ventured over to Cascais, Portugal for its eighth destination on the 17-stop tour. In the LGCT, Edwina Top-Alexander still holds the number one spot with 172 points while Ben Maher is nearly 30 points behind her in second place with 143 points. But Ben Maher and his team, the London Knights, hold the lead on the GCL side of the tour with 153 points with Valkenswaard United close behind with a score of 148 points. It’s anyone’s game in Cascais and you don’t have to miss a second of the competition thanks to the free live stream through GCT TV.

Also, if you are a subscriber to ClipMyHorseTV then you can access the live streams to both the CSI4*/CSI2* in Geesteren, Netherlands, the CSI2* in Roeser, Luxembourg and the CSI4* in Gross Veigeln, Germany as well!

Go Jumping!