What To Wear To World Equestrian Games 2018

Are you ready for the most exciting week in equestrian sports? Held every four years in the middle of the Olympic Games cycle is The FEI World Equestrian Games™ . It is one of the biggest events in sports, combining eight equestrian World Championship caliber events in a pre-determined location. The following FEI disciplines are included in the World Equestrian Games: Showjumping, Dressage, Para-Equestrian Dressage, Eventing, Driving, Endurance, Vaulting, and Reining. The 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games is held in Mill Spring, NC over thirteen days from September 11-23 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center.

Over 500,000 spectators will watch the biggest names in equestrian sports compete for the prestigious winnings in 8 different equestrian disciplines. Located near the city of Asheville, Tryon Equestrian Center is close to first-class shopping, dining, golfing, and entertainment. At this year’s opening ceremonies event, five-time Grammy award nominee country singer and artist, Hunter Hayes, will be performing at the games. “We are honored to bring our community together here for the WEG to celebrate their good fortune and expose a broader generation to equestrian sport,” said Mark Bellissimo of Tryon Equestrian Center.

One of the most exciting events we enjoy watching is the Vaulting competition. Watching the grace and flexibility of both rider and horse is simply amazing. Watching the vaulting sport is almost like watching acrobatics or gymnastics on horseback!

While we all enjoy riding and competing with our own horses, the World Equestrian Games is one of those events that inspires not only the competitive equestrian, but also those who love horses as pets and enjoy watching these powerful animals perform in front of thousands.

To view the full schedule of events for the World Equestrian Games, go here.

With performances and equestrian sports happening at Tryon 2018, we’ve got your outfit needs covered for the World Equestrian Games. As Fall style approaches and the weather predicting a rainy forecast, we suggest packing your rain coats and welly boots (just in case!) The Goode Rider  Equestrian Jeans Full Seat Breeches are classic pants to wear on site at the Tryon Equestrian Center. We suggest wearing the Goode Rider comfy tee to sport your equestrian style with the horse design on the back. Accessorize it with a horse print scarf and an equestrian style black leather bag, and you’ll look chic without sacrificing the comfort.

Click on the products to shop the above look, or find them at Dover Saddlery on site at the World Equestrian Games at Tryon Equestrian Center.

Equestrian Jeans Full Seat Breeches: These modified mid rise full seat breech with a custom Fit waistband and Velcro closures at the bottom feature front jean pockets and flattering jean pockets in back with an embossed spur design. They fit like your favorite pair of jeans, only better as the fabric has stretch and gives you the ultimate comfort in the saddle.

Reign Jacket: This stylish colorful jacket will brighten your outlook on a dreary rainy day. The streamlined silhouette with a drawcord in back lets you get a turned in look at waist. We love the double entry pockets with zipper and snap closure and pretty contrast piping. Grosgrain detailing highlights the feminine princess paneling. The 2-way zipper in front and a longer pleated back with a hidden zipper and gusset ensures you stay dry. Cuff zippers with gussets finishes this fashionable rain coat.

Spring Sport Shirt: Super lightweight, silky, technical fabric in a fun sporty long sleeve sun stopper shirt. This shirt will take you on any activity from running to bike riding or horseback. The treamlined silhouette with contrast details throughout is perfect for the event. Constructed with thin poly/spandex mesh under sleeve, raglan and center back provides for extra comfort, breathability and coolness.

If you can’t attend this year’s World Equestrian Games, be sure to tune in to the live coverage on NBC Sports click here for the TV schedule.