BD Abroad: London CDI-W

  • Written By: British Dressage
  • Published: Tue, 14 Dec 2021 10:38

The following horses and riders have been selected to represent Great Britain in the FEI Dressage World Cup™ qualifier held at the London International Horse Show, ExCel London (16 – 17 December 2021).

Louise Bell from Banbury, Oxfordshire with her own, Tonya Wood, John & Alison Walton and William Wood’s Into the Blue (bay roan gelding, 2006, Ublesco x Calvro Z, SHBGB).
Lara Butler from Cirencester, Gloucestershire with Laura Tomlinson and Ursula Bechtolsheimer’s Kristjan (dark bay gelding, 2005, Polarion x Napoleon Quatre, OLDBG).
Richard Davison based in Uttoxeter,Staffordshire with his own and Gwendolyn Meyer’s Bubblingh (bay gelding, 2006, Lingh x Picandt, KWPN).
Charlotte Dujardin from Newent, Gloucestershire with Sarah Pidgley’s Gio (chestnut gelding, 2011, Apache x Tango, KWPN).
Charlotte Fry based in Den Hout, the Netherlands (from Scarborough, North Yorkshire) with her own and Van Olst Horses’ Dark Legend (dark bay gelding, 2008, Zucchero x Tango, KWPN).
Gareth Hughes from Southam, Warwickshire with Claudine Kroll’s KK Dominant (bay stallion, 2009, Diamond Hit x Rubin Royal, OLDBG).
Hayley Watson-Greaves from Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire with her own Rubins Nite (black gelding, 2004, Rubin Royal x Limbo, BHHS).


Live Coverage
In the UK, the BBC will be showing more than 16 hours of live coverage on BBC Two and on their BBC digital platforms including the red button. The coverage includes...

• The LeMieux Puissance on the evening of Thursday 16 December
• The FEI Dressage World Cup™ (Freestyle) on Friday 17 December
• All of the Saturday evening programme, which includes the FEI Driving World Cup™
• The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ on Sunday 19 December
• All of the evening programme, including the London International Grand Prix, on Monday 20 December.

We'll update you with more exact timings of the dressage via social media nearer the time.

In the UK, H&C+ subscribers will be able to view all classes and entertainment not broadcast by the BBC.

For those wanting to watch live from outside the UK, all FEI World Cup Classes can be viewed on FEI TV, powered by ClipMyHorse.

Horse&Country TV subscribers to H&C+ worldwide will be able to view all classes and content with the exception of the FEI World Cup classes.

All BBC programmes will be available on BBC iPlayer.

Horse & Country TV will have London International Horse Show classes and entertainment available for its H&C+ subscribers.

There's an easy-to-view, ‘Where Can I Watch It?’ timetable downloadable as a PDF on the London International website.

Photo © Tanja Davis