The newly launched FEITV website has been blocked from streaming video to the USA. "Unfortunately due to broadcasting restrictions enforced by television networks we are unable to show the Las Vegas World Cup finals in the United States. The coverage will be archived but as of yet we are unsure whether we will be allowed to show the content to US residents. Sorry for any inconvenience caused." performgroup.com
Instead American audiences can watch live on Universal Sports TV an affiliate of NBC, with Robert Dover doing the commentary, and it's free! The Grand Prix is archived, and here is the schedule.
Coverage will include the Dressage Grand Prix, Jumping Finals I, II, and III, and the Dressage Freestyle Final.
Coverage on Universal Sports available in 45 million homes:
Apr. 16 - 10 pm ET (7pm PT) Show Jumping Final #1 - Live - 2 hours
Apr. 17 - 10 pm ET Show Jumping Final # 2 - Live - 2 1/2 hours
Apr. 18 - 10 pm ET Dressage Final - Live - 3 hours
April 19 - 3 pm ET Jumping Final Round 1 - Live - 1 1/2 hours
5 pm ET Jumping Final Round 2 - Live - 1 1/2 hours
Coverage on Universalsports.com:
Apr. 16 - 3 pm ET Dressage Grand Prix - Live - 3 hours
Apr. 16 - 10 pm ET Jumping Final #1 - Live - 2 hours
Apr. 17 - 10 pm ET Jumping Final #2 - Live - 2 1/2 hours
Apr. 18 - 10 pm Dressage Final - Live - 3 hours
Apr. 19 - 3 pm Jumping Final #3/Round #1 - Live - 1 1/2 hours
Apr. 19 - 5 pm Jumping Final #3/Round #2 - Live - 1 1/2 hours
Universal Sports is a partnership of NBC Sports and InterMedia Partners and serves as the multiplatform destination for Olympic-related and lifestyle sports programming on television and online. Universal Sports is a 24-hour television channel available in 45 million television households in markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., San Diego, San Francisco, Denver, Seattle, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Reno and Omaha.