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Statement from FEI President on #NoToHarmonization 22 Mar 2017

From the outset, let me state very clearly that the proposal to harmonise Jumping entry fees globally does not come from the FEI.This is a proposal that has come from the Alliance of Jumping Organisers (AJO) following the FEI’s request for National Federation and stakeholder input on CSI/CSIO ....

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Top-class line-up confirmed for double FEI World Cup™ Finals in Omaha (USA) 21 Mar 2017

Following the final entry deadline overnight for next week’s double FEI World Cup™ Finals (29 March - 2 April,) the confirmed definite entry lists for the horse and athlete combinations that will compete in Omaha, Nebraska (USA) are now available .A total of 37 athletes from 20 countries....

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FEI hosts International Jumping Riders Club for meeting at HQ 20 Mar 2017

Representatives from the International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC) met with the FEI President and 1st Vice President in Lausanne (SUI) today for a formal discussion on discipline specific matters that have generated considerable media coverage recently.FEI President Ingmar De Vos and 1st Vice Preside....

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USA’s Todd Minikus and Babalou take top Honours at Longines final leg in Ocala 12 Mar 2017

By Esther HahnAs the final pair to enter the turf field at Live Oak International, the USA’s Todd Minikus and Babalou delivered a commanding, double clear performance to win the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Ocala, the closing leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2....

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In Memoriam: Olympian and former FEI Bureau Member, Jaap Rijks (NED) 1919-2017 27 Feb 2017

Jaap Rijks (NED) Olympic athlete, international Judge, former FEI Treasurer and FEI Bureau member, passed away peacefully on 10 February at his home in Wijk bij Duurstede (NED). He was 97.Jaap Rijks was a member of the Dutch team at the London 1948 Olympic Games in the same year that he made his Nat....

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Sweden’s Von Eckermann victorious in last-chance thriller at Gothenburg 26 Feb 2017

by Louise Parkes Henrik von Eckermann brought the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017 Western European League to a fairytale finish on home ground in Gothenburg (SWE) today when snatching victory with a breath-taking performance from the 11-year-old mare, Mary Lou. With so many top rider....

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Brilliant Irish win FEI Nations Cup™ in Ocala; USA claims maximum points 18 Feb 2017

by Louise Parkes A superb double clear from Cian O’Connor clinched victory for Ireland at the second leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 series at Ocala (USA) today. In a competition filled with the unpredictability that makes this team sport so immensely popular, it was the ho....

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Fabulous French win FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping season-opener at Al Ain 16 Feb 2017

by Louise Parkes The 2016 Olympic champions from France continued to reign supreme when winning today’s opening leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 season at Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates. And it was an historic moment when, for the very first time, the host nation joined ....

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FOUR NATIONS CHASING POINTS AT SECOND FEI NATIONS CUP™ QUALIFIER IN OCALA 15 Feb 2017

The draw has now been presented for the second leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 which takes place at Ocala (USA) on Friday 17 February, attracting a field of 7 nations.The order-of-go will be as follows:1            IRELAND2 &....

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THREE TEAMS CHASING POINTS AT OPENING LEG OF FEI NATIONS CUP™ AT AL AIN 15 Feb 2017

The season opener of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 will take place at Al Ain (UAE) tomorrow, Thursday 16 February, with 9 teams competing.The draw has been held this afternoon and the order-of-go will be as follows: 1. Saudi Arabia 2. France3. Switzerland4. Great Britain5. Qatar6....

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