Stay up to date with competitions all over the globe with this week’s list of live streams. Now you can venture to far-away places without ever having to leave your bed. You’re welcome.

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The CSIO5* FEI Jumping Nations Cup has arrived in La Baule, France for a weekend of thrilling competition. Big names such as Eduardo Alvarez-Aznar, Markus Beerbaum, Roger Yves Bost and Simon Delestre are set to compete this Sunday, May 20th  in the Nations Cup. Competition leading up to the Nations Cup event begins on Thursday the 17th and offers a variety of classes for spectators to enjoy. You can watch live from LA Baule with a membership to FEITV.

Here in the US you can follow along with two internationally ranked events: the CSI3* Kentucky Spring Classic in Lexington and the CSI3* Old Salem Farm Spring Show in North Salem, New York. Keep up with classes such as the $131,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3* in Kentucky this Saturday the 19th or hop on over to watch the $130,000 Empire State Grand Prix on Sunday the 20th at Old Salem. You can follow along with both of these fantastic events no matter where you are through ShowNet.

Over in Germany the CSI4* in Wiesbaden begins on Saturday, May 19th with a full schedule of events featuring dressage and show jumping. Watch as children, juniors, amateurs and professionals compete throughout the week for top honors. Live streaming is available through ClipMyHorseTV.

The second week of the CSI3* International Sagrantino Tour in Montefalco, Italy kicks off on Thursday, May 17th.  With a prize pool of 135,900 € and three Longines ranking classes, there is bound to be a brawl for the top tier of the podium over the four days of competition. The big-ticket item for the weekend is the Grand Prix this Sunday, May 20th which offers 50,000 € in prize money. Follow along with all of the excitement in Italy HERE.

Austria is hosting their second week of the Racino Spring Tour this week. Over their two weeks of competition, the Racino Spring Tour is offering up 192.300 € in prize money, with 105.000 € being handed out in its second week. There are a wide variety of classes offered from young horses to children’s divisions and CSI2* classes. You can keep up with who is bringing home the hardware HERE.

The Outdoor Wierden and Dutch Youngster Festival fired up on Wednesday, May 16th and will run through Saturday, May 19th. This show offers both CSI1* and CSI2* classes for its riders to participate in. Log on to uHorse to watch one of their three ranking classes or the Roelfsen Horse Trucks 1.45m Grand Prix this Saturday.

Go Jumping!