Whether you plan to watch in person or via FEI TV, the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 Driving events are sure to be thrilling...
With its roots in both Roman chariot racing and pre-automobile transportation, Driving places the human athlete behind a team of horses in a carriage.
This year’s WEG competition is spread across three days, each one designed to test the combos in different ways.
Day 1 on September 21 finds the Driving teams in a Dressage arena, executing a prescribed set of manoeuvers that must be memorised in advance, like a ridden Dressage test.
Judges score on five different factors, including speed and transitions, and every movement must look graceful and effortless.