Horse & Country to Provide Exclusive and Complete Livestreaming for 2024 National Collegiate Equestrian Association National Championship

For the third consecutive year, leading international equestrian sports network Horse & Country (H&C) will provide exclusive livestreaming of both competition arenas at the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) National Championship from World Equestrian Center – Ocala in Florida on its streaming service, H&C+. The event is held April 18-20, 2024, and showcases the country’s best varsity collegiate programs.

Twenty-one teams of female student-athletes from colleges and universities across the United States compete in the NCEA. Auburn University is the host team for this year’s Championship, which features the top eight Dual Discipline teams and four Single Discipline teams. Dual Discipline teams field riders in both Jumping Seat and Western, while Single Discipline teams bring Jumping Seat riders only.

Teams competing in the 2024 Dual Discipline championship include Texas Christian University, Southern Methodist University, Auburn University, Texas A&M University, University of Georgia, Oklahoma State University, University of South Carolina, and University of California, Davis. The 2024 Single Discipline squads include University of Lynchburg, Sweet Briar College, Dartmouth College, and Sewanee: The University of the South.

The entire competition will be available for H&C+ members to watch on-demand shortly after the live event. Clips of every rider, every round will be available for purchase.

“Horse & Country boasts a diverse viewership around the world, and we are proud to showcase the NCEA National Championship and its talented athletes to our audience,” said H&C Director of Content Jonathan Rippon.

NCEA Executive Director Leah Fiorentino stated, “The NCEA is proud to host the national championship for NCAA Equestrian this year at World Equestrian Center – Ocala. We appreciate the support from Auburn University in co-hosting this event, and we are sure that the livestreaming outreach by Horse & Country will expose a wider international audience to the excitement of collegiate equestrian in the United States.”

In addition to full livestreaming coverage, H&C will also highlight the NCEA National Championship on social media with an Instagram Stories Takeover with riders from 2023 National Champions, Southern Methodist University.

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. 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

Annual membership of H&C+ is only $119.99 as a one-time payment, or there is an option to pay in 12 monthly installments of $13.99. Non-members who wish to watch can choose H&C’s Freestyle option and buy a pass for each event for just $24.99.

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 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.