Equestrian at the 2024 Paris Olympics will air on NBC, USA Network, and E!, and stream on Peacock and NBC Olympics platforms starting on Saturday, July 27.

  • Dates: July 27 - August 6
  • Medal events: Team and individual eventing, dressage and jumping
  • Venue: Château de Versailles
  • TV channels: NBC, USA Network, and E!
  • Streaming: Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com, NBC app, NBC Olympics app 

Visit NBCOlympics.com/FAQ for more information on watching the Paris Olympics, including links to download the NBC, NBC Olympics and Peacock apps. 

When does equestrian start and end at the 2024 Paris Olympics?

Equestrian will start on Saturday, July 27 and conclude on Tuesday, August 6. There will be live coverage of all six equestrian events on the following dates:

  • Eventing Team and Individual Dressage: Saturday, July 27
  • Eventing Team and Individual Cross Country: Sunday, July 28
  • Eventing Team and Individual Jumping: Monday, July 29
  • Dressage Team and Individual Grand Prix: Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31; Saturday, August 3 and Sunday, August 4
  • Team Jumping: Thursday, August 1 and August 2
  • Individual Jumping: Monday, August 5 and Tuesday, August 6

How do I stream equestrian at the 2024 Paris Olympics?

The complete equestrian schedule, including TV listings, is also available on the NBCOlympics.com schedule page.

All live streams are also available to watch on mobile, tablet and connected TV devices via the Peacock, NBC and NBC Olympics apps.

Paris Olympics: Equestrian Live Streaming Schedule
(all times Eastern, subject to change)
Eventing: Dressage Team & Individual, Part 1 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Eventing: Dressage Team & Individual, Part 2 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Eventing: Cross Country Team & Individual Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Eventing: Jumping Team & Individual (Final) 🏅 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Dressage: Grand Prix Team & Indiv. (Day 1) Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Dressage: Grand Prix Team & Indiv. (Day 2) Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Jumping: Team Qualifier Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Jumping: Team Final 🏅 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Dressage: Grand Prix Special (Team Final) 🏅 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Dressage: Grand Prix Freestyle (Indiv. Final) 🏅 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Jumping: Individual Qualifier Peacock, NBCOlympics.com
Jumping: Individual Final 🏅 Peacock, NBCOlympics.com

You can watch every event at the 2024 Paris Olympics LIVE by subscribing to Peacock. After subscribing and logging in, either go to PeacockTV.com/Olympics in your web browser or download the Peacock app to your phone, tablet, or connected TV device and navigate to the Olympics section.

Users can also authenticate with their cable subscription, which allows them to watch live streams of every Olympic event on NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com, the NBC app or the NBC Olympics app. All streams can be viewed in your web browser or on your phone, tablet or connected TV device. 

How do I watch equestrian on TV at the 2024 Paris Olympics?

Live and tape-delayed coverage of equestrian will be shown on the following TV channels: NBC, USA Network, and E!

The full TV listings for equestrian can be found on the NBCOlympics.com schedule page by clicking the toggle at the top to “TV Only.” 

How can I watch replays of equestrian at the 2024 Paris Olympics?

If you missed any of the live action, you can catch up by watching the full event replays on the NBCOlympics.com Replays hub. The stream links above will also take you directly to the full replay of each live stream.

What to know about equestrian at the 2024 Paris Olympics

Equestrian at the 2024 Paris Olympics will feature three disciplines: dressage, eventing, and show jumping. In dressage, expect to see precise, elegant movements as riders guide their horses through their routine. Eventing will test the versatility and endurance of both the horse and rider across dressage, cross country and show jumping phases. Finally, jumping will provide thrilling moments as competitors navigate a course of obstacles, aiming for speed and accuracy. 

Germany and Great Britain have dominated the sport, winning a combined nine Olympic medals in Tokyo, including five out of six possible gold. Both countries are primed to have great success once again at the Games. 

Notable athletes to watch in Paris are Great Britian's Laura Collett, who won a team eventing gold medal in Tokyo. Collett has a remarkable story, overcoming a near fatal fall from her horse in 2013. Collett had to be resuscitated five times and given an emergency tracheotomy by paramedics after suffering a fractured shoulder, broken ribs, a punctured lung, a lacerated liver and damage to her kidneys. Also, a fragment of her shoulder bone had detached and travelled to her right eye through her blood stream and damaged the optic nerve. She was placed in an induced coma for six days but was back in the saddle the day she returned home. Collett and the British team will look to defend its eventing team gold in Paris. 

Also from Great Britain, Ben Maher will look to defend his individual jumping gold medal and secure his third Olympic title overall. 

From Germany, Jessica von Bredow-Werndl will hope to defend her individual and team dressage gold medals from Tokyo, likely alongside seven-time Olympic gold medalist Isabell Werth.

Looking to help defend the United States' dressage team silver from Tokyo will be three-time Olympic medalist Steffen Peters, who will make his sixth Olympic appearance in Paris. (At age 59, Peters is the oldest U.S. Olympian since 1936 when the U.S. had competitors in the art competitions, according to OlyMADMen.) Peters will be joined by Tokyo team silver medalist Adrienne Lyle, who will make her third appearance at the Games, and Marcus Orlob, who will make his Olympic debut in Paris.