For the 2024 Summer Olympics, equestrian sports allocation included 200 spots, distributed across jumping (75 spots), eventing (65 spots), and dressage (60 spots). In each category, a team is comprised of three pairs of horse and rider.
There were team slots available for 20 in jumping, 16 in eventing, and 15 in dressage, with each qualifying team also securing three spots for the individual events. Nations that did not qualify for team events had the chance to obtain individual slots: one in dressage and jumping, and up to two in eventing, leading to 15 individual entries for jumping and dressage, and 17 for eventing. Team qualifications were mainly attained through the World Equestrian Games and continental championships, while individual places were decided by rankings. As the host country, France was given automatic team entry for each discipline.
|Venue||Dates||No. of events||Competitors|
|Palace of Versailles||27 July – 6 August 2024||6||200|
Equestrian at the 2024 Summer Olympics Live Stream
In United Kingdom, Eurosport holds the TV and multi-platform rights package for the 2024 Olympic Games across Europe, including the UK. They will provide a mix of free-to-air and subscription viewing of all competition across Eurosport platforms and the Discovery+ streaming service. Additionally, BBC Sport will offer live and on-demand coverage, including two simultaneous livestreams, a daily highlights program, digital clips of top actions, and coverage on Radio 5 Live.
Broadcasters for the equestrian events at the 2024 Olympics:
- In Armenia, APMTV will be the broadcaster.
- In Asia, Dentsu has acquired the rights and will sell them to local broadcasters.
- In Australia, Nine Network holds the broadcasting rights.
- For Austria, ORF will be the broadcaster
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