It’s finally here! After being selected as the fall location for a second CCI5*-L in the U.S. in 2017, the inaugural Maryland 5 Star will take place at Fair Hill in Elkton, Md. this week starting with the first horse inspection today. There are 48 horse and rider pairs in the five-star field hoping to bring home the first Maryland 5 Star victory. Who do you think will be leading the victory gallop?
How to Watch:
The entire CCI5*-L, including Wednesday’s horse inspection, will be available via livestream through USEF Network in North America and through Horse & Country outside North America. USEF Network will also provide exclusive coverage of the CCI3*-L. Additionally, press conferences will be livestreamed through the event’s Facebook page. Not a member of USEF? Get a free fan membership using the code "maryland21" to watch.
MPT will broadcast the event live on Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, while Saturday’s cross-country phase will be shown that evening from 5:00 -9:00 p.m. EDT.
MPT-HD’s schedule of live and recorded coverage during the four-day competition is as follows:
MPT’s Maryland 5 Star coverage will also be livestreamed to the network’s regional audience at mpt.org/anywhere/live-stream-mpt/.
The Competition Schedule
Wednesday, October 13
Thursday, October 14
Friday, October 15
Saturday, October 16
Sunday, October 17
Did you miss our 2021 Maryland 5 Star Rider Roster yesterday? Click to take a look at all of the CCI5*-L competitors!
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