Witness the bond between athlete and horse at the Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Equestrian Eventing
If you are a fan of equestrian eventing, then you are in for a big treat. StubHub has Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Equestrian Eventing tickets on sale and this is an opportunity not to be missed. Hurry and book your place at the Equestrian Park and the Sea Forest Cross-Country Course for the equestrian eventing. Remember, unwanted tickets need not go to waste as you can sell them on the site if you realise you cannot attend the events.
Challenges across different formats of equestrian skills
One of the most exciting equestrian events is that of eventing, which sees horse and rider competing in three different disciplines over the course of a few days. You can enjoy the skill and precision that comes with the dressage events—highlighting the control the rider has over their horse. After this, the riders will compete in a cross-country course with more than forty obstacles to overcome, including water hazards and hedges. The cross-country is run over a course of around 6 km, which should take in the region of ten minutes to complete. The third element of eventing, jumping, takes place back in the arena, where the duo of horse and rider complete a set number of circuits, jumping over obstacles of various heights and widths. Eventing is not only one of the most exciting events but it is also one of the most challenging for the rider and horse. Don’t miss out—go to StubHub and buy your Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Equestrian Eventing tickets now. Supply is limited so be sure you secure your spot at the events. This site will also give you more information about venues and times of the events.
The roots of equestrian eventing
While the dressage skill came about as a result of training horses for war, equestrian eventing also has its roots in preparing horses for battle, this time more specifically cavalry. The idea was that horse and rider would be able to compete with others over a series of challenges and events to establish which pair of horse and rider was the strongest and most skilled. This sport made its way into the multi-sport games held every few years and has appeared with great regularity since 1912. The first woman to compete in eventing was Helena du Pont, who represented the USA in the summer of 1964 in Tokyo. For the Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Equestrian Eventing tickets, look at StubHub; there you can also find tickets for other events such as Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Equestrian Dressage, Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Equestrian Jumping or Tokyo Games in summer 2021: Modern Pentathlon.