Horse & Country Announces Exclusive Livestream and On-Demand Coverage of HITS Del Mar Dressage Spring Series

Horse & Country (H&C), the leading international equestrian sports network, will provide exclusive livestream and on-demand coverage of 2024 HITS Del Mar Dressage Spring Series on its streaming service H&C+. Competition will take place at the HITS Del Mar Horsepark in Del Mar, California, and feature three weeks of CDI coverage, including HITS Del Mar Dressage Opener CDI3*on February 2-4, HITS Del Mar Dressage Affaire CDI-W on March 22-24, and Del Mar National Horse Show CDI4* on April 12-14.

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H&C’s coverage, produced by Impact Media, will spotlight the main CDI Covered Ring, which will include classes ranging from Prix St. Georges through Grand Prix for the enjoyment of equestrian fans worldwide. Video clips will also be available for purchase. In addition to livestream available on H&C+, U.S. television viewers can watch the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI3* on Saturday, February 3, plus one class from each of the subsequent weeks, on the Horse & Country channel on Fubo, Sports.TV, and Local Now.

“We are delighted to work with H&C to provide livestreaming, broadcasting, and on-demand coverage at HITS Del Mar Dressage shows for the upcoming 2024 season,” said Del Mar Horsepark General Manager Dale Harvey. “This exciting collaboration enhances our exhibitor experience, ensuring competitors and their families have the competition at their fingertips, and allows us to reach an even wider audience with H&C’s extensive global viewership.”

“We are thrilled to add HITS Dressage Del Mar to our livestream schedule and continue our commitment to showcasing the very best in North American dressage,” added H&C Director of Content Jonathan Rippon. “With the majority of the world’s CDIs taking place in North America this year, it is even more important to highlight this top level of competition at such a prestigious venue.”

H&C+ members can watch online or with H&C’s mobile apps, as well as on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire. With two annual membership options and a pay-per-view offering, H&C+ Freestyle, there are even more ways to access H&C’s vast library of content. Full details on how to join can be found at

Beyond H&C’s extensive sports coverage, both live and on demand, H&C+ members also get access to more than 1,800 hours of equestrian programming featuring content from all disciplines, masterclasses and training series, barn tours, rider profiles, and documentaries.

H&C offers numerous high-profile opportunities for equestrian brands to advertise around live events including in-stream billboards, in-stream video ads, and pre-roll video ads. For further details, contact Tattie Singer, H&C Director of Strategic Partnerships, North America, at the details below.

Media and Advertising Contact:
Tattie Singer
Director of Strategic Partnerships, North America

About HITS
For more than 40 years, HITS has established itself as an industry leader and the largest producer of hunter/jumper horse shows in the United States. HITS revolutionized the industry when it produced three of the then-richest grands prix in the world. By the numbers, HITS operates six venues; 60 weeks of sanctioned hunter/jumper competitions; six weeks of dressage events; and 65,000 horses are expected to compete in 2023. Based in the Village of Saugerties, New York, HITS is a national company producing horse shows in Ocala, Florida; Culpeper, Virginia; Wayne, Illinois; East Dorset, Vermont; Saugerties, New York; and Del Mar, California. Find out more at

About Horse & Country
Horse & Country is the leading international sports network for the passionate and active equestrian community. Headquartered in London, it is available globally via connected TVs, mobile and web and on leading digital and pay-TV platforms in the US, UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Australia. Horse & Country’s programming line-up includes live coverage from leading sporting competitions in all equestrian disciplines, as well as training and learning shows, documentaries, and entertainment.