- Combined Driving
- Stadium Jumping
- Endurance Riding
- Paralympic Equestrian
- Eventing - Which includes Cross Country Jumping, Dressage and Show Jumping
World Equestrian Games ScheduleThe WEG Schedule will feature competitions on each day beginning with reining and the opening ceremonies on Day 1. Because many of the venues are outdoors they are somewhat at the mercy of Mother Nature, and the schedule may have to be altered to allow trails and courses to dry out.
World Equestrian Games HistoryThe first World Equestrian Games were held in 1990. Since then the number of sports contested has grown and an increasing number of countries are participating. Read about the history of the WEG, its milestones, bumps and bruises.
This year, there are sixty countries competing in the WEG, which is the most countries participating in the WEG's history.