Tokyo Funding (2017-20)

£4,361,639
World Class Programme
£3,294,056
Athlete Performance Award
£1,067,583

Paralympic medals won since introduction of National Lottery funding

67

Historical Funding

Athens

£1,188,000 

Beijing

£2,404,700

London

£3,605,500

Rio

£3,782,800

Overview

Equestrian first appeared on the Paralympic programme at the 1984 Games held in Stoke Mandeville and New York, and have featured at every Games since Atlanta 1996. Male and female riders with any type of physical or vision impairment compete together in Dressage events.

The programme comprises an individual event; a team event involving three members, set to music; and a freestyle event in which riders with the top scores from individual events can choose their own routine and set it to their own choice of music.

Riders are awarded points by a panel of five judges for accuracy of gait and how well the rider and horse work as one.

Find out more on the Equestrian Team GBR website.  

 

  • Iain Graham

    Interim Chief Executive

  • Malcolm Wharton CBE

    Interim Chair

  • People

    Richard Waygood

    Interim Performance Director

 
Funding Partners
  • DCMS
  • TNL partners
Official Partners
  • BAES logo
  • BUPA
  • IHG logo
Strategic Partners
  • British Olympic Association
  • Paralympics GB
  • Sport England
  • Sport Northern Ireland
  • Sport Wales
  • Sport Scotland