The World Equestrian Games will be getting a high tech boost.
Wednesday morning, organizers announced AT&T will be the official wireless service provider for the games.
In addition to providing service for the 16 day event, AT&T is also unveiling some new technology.
For the first time in the history of the World Equestrian Games, SIM cards will be used to track athletes throughout the competition.
Three additional mobile cell sites on wheels will also be brought in to boost capacity around the Kentucky Horse Park.
The World Equestrian Games begin September 25, and continue through October 10.