Department updates in Main Endurance

  • 8 Jun 2020
    Endurance - Application of the new Endurance Rules. 11th Edition

    As previously advised (NF News, 6 May 2020), the FEI Board has approved the recommendation of the Endurance Temporary Committee not to extend the application of the Endurance Rules 10th Edition (“Transitional Rulebook”) and to go ahead with the implementation of the new Endurance Rules, 11th Edition, on 1 July 2020, as approved by the General Assembly 2019.
     In order to clarify some of the new regulations, an explanatory document (leaflet format) has been created and can be found here.

    The Endurance rule leaflet can be printed from our website and/or order to the FEI for your use and communication.

    To do so, and if you have questions please do not hesitate to contact Manuel Bandeira de Mello and/or Marc Chovelon from the FEI Endurance Department.

  • 21 Apr 2020
    Hyposensitivity Control System

    A Hyposensitivity Control System has been developed by the FEI in partnership with Dr Schambourg. This Control System has started to be implemented in 2020, in FEI Endurance rides. The objective of this Control System is to ensure the welfare of horses by protecting them from having severe injuries due to low sensitivity of their limbs. In 2019, the FEI has trained a pool of 12 FEI Official Veterinarians to perform the control. This explanatory video will give you an insight of the FEI Hyposensitivity Control System.

  • 31 Jan 2020
    Endurance - HH The President of UAE Cup 08.02.2020

    Important Information - HH The President of UAE Cup

    Dear National Federation

    Please see attached for your information a circular that has been published by the UAE NF regarding the entry criteria that will apply to the HH President Cup of the UAE which will be held as a CEN in Al Wathba on 8 February 2020. As you can see, entry is limited to eligible UAE riders and foreign riders with proof of residency in the UAE and who have the written permission of their National Federations (as per Article 119.6 of the FEI General Regulations). We urge you to ensure that any of your Athletes that intend to participate meet these criteria. The FEI will be carrying out its own checks to ensure these criteria are respected in order to ensure that the event is held in accordance with the FEI General Regulations, in particular Article 101.3.
     

  • 29 Jan 2020
    Endurance - 2020 FEI Championships - Qualification Criteria

    Please be informed that the 2020 FEI Endurance Championships Qualification Criteria are now published under each relevant Event: here

  • 18 Apr 2019
    FEI Sportsforum 2019

    Dear FEI Endurance community,

    Please find below the recap of all the Endurance sessions held at the FEI Spors Forum in Lausanne on 15-16 April 2019.

    Qualification of Horses and Athletes: reducing welfare risks

    Educating Officials and correct application of the rules

    Improvements and innovations to reshape Endurance

    Open Q&A and wrap-up by FEI Secretary General

  • 7 Feb 2019
    4th International Endurance Conference

    Dear Endurance community,

    The 4th International Endurance Conference will be held in Boudheib during the HH Sh Sultan b Zayed Al Nahyan 13th International Endurance Festival on 13 February 2019, and will cover the "Relation between Horse and the Rider, the Humanitarian side".

     

    Schedule :

    Subject of the Conference
    1. Relation Between the Ride and the Horse- the Humane Aspect
    2. Subject of the Workshop :
    • Positive and Negative Affect of Rides Schedule on
    • Horse Trainers Assignments During the Season

    Conference Programme
    Speaker
    Legal:
    1. Mr. Aziz Shaikh Yassin International Jury -India
    2. Mr. Christian Lozano International Jury -France
    Veterinarian:
    1. Dr. Jean Louis Leclerc International Vererinarian-France
    2. Dr. Hallvard Sommerseth International Veterinarian-Sweden
    3. Dr. Rouls H. Shaaban International Veterinarian -UAE
    4. Dr. David John Mary Horse Races Researcher- UK
    Conference Manager
    1. Mohammad Ali Al Hadrami International Jury India
     

    For more information, please click here

     

     

  • 1 Feb 2019
    2019 FEI Endurance Rules

    Dear Endurance Community,

    We remind you that the 2019 FEI Endurance Rules are being enforced from today.

    The modifications include the "Severe Injury", as per Art. 815.3.7 of the FEI Endurance Rules:

    "If a Horse ridden by an Athlete suffers a Severe Injury and/or a Catastrophic Injury within 12 months of a Severe Injury and/or a Catastrophic Injury occurring to any previous Horse ridden by that same Athlete that Athlete, will be automatically suspended for six months.
    1. Catastrophic injury is defined as an injury which, in the opinion of the Veterinary Commission, requires immediate euthanasia or contributes to the death of a Horse in Competition howsoever caused.
    2- Severe Injury is defined as:
    I) A Musculoskeletal (fracture, serious tendon, ligament, or muscle) Injury or;
    II) Metabolic Injury (serious colic, acute kidney injury, myopathy that fails to respond to treatment) or;
    III) Other condition that, in the opinion of the Treating Veterinarian, Foreign Veterinary Delegate, and President of the Veterinary Commission, requires further assessment and continued appropriate veterinary care beyond the period of competition."

     
    To correctly represent the reason for the Severe Injury in the FEI Endurance results, three results codes have been added:

    • SI–MUSCU
    • SI–META
    • SI-OTHER

    These are in addition to all other codes that are already present in Annex 3 of the FEI Endurance Rules.
     
    All FEI Endurance results submitted to the FEI in accordance with Art. 109.6 of the FEI General Regulations must use the accepted codes.
    The various formats for result submission have been updated accordingly and you can find all relevant documentation on the FEI website here: 
    https://inside.fei.org/fei/your-role/organisers/endurance/results-forms

    Should you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact Marc Chovelon at marc.chovelon@fei.org or Aude Barby at aude.barby@fei.org

  • 23 Jan 2019
    New Rules from 1 February 2019

    Following the FEI Update of 21 December 2018 communicating the FEI Board’s unanimous approval of the modification to Article 815.3 of the Endurance Rules and given that no National Federation eligible to vote has expressed any disapproval within the 30 days’ statutory deadline, the new rule modification comes into effect as from 1 February 2019.
     
    As background information, please be advised that, at present, the FEI Endurance Rules define a Catastrophic Injury as one requiring euthanasia. A sanction (80 Penalty Points) applies on the basis of the owner agreeing to the horse being euthanised and can be avoided if euthanasia is refused with obvious serious welfare consequences for the horse. The Endurance Temporary Committee has discussed this serious issue during their meeting of 12 December 2018 and proposed that, in addition to Catastrophic Injury, the same sanction would also apply when there is “Severe Injury” (as defined in Article 815.3.7 of the Endurance Rules) of the horse.
     
    The Endurance rules are now updated accordingly and can be found here.  
     
    For any clarification please contact manuel.mello@fei.org.

  • 17 Jan 2019
    Final FEI Endurance Rankings 2018

    We are pleased to communicate the name of the winners of the FEI Endurance Rankings 2018.
    (also available here: http://www.fei.org/rankings#ranking-E

     

    FEI Endurance Open Riders World Ranking

    RankFEI IDAthleteNFPoints
    110054553AL MARRI, Abdulla GhanimUAE2239
    110093059AL KITBI, Salem Hamad Saeed MalhoofUAE2239
    310092314ALMAZROUEI, Saif Ahmed Mohammed AliUAE2153

     

    FEI Endurance Open Combination World Ranking

    RankFEI IDAthleteFEI IDHorseNFPoints
    110021154VAN DEUSEN, Cheryl103DZ79 HOOVER THE MOVERUSA453

     

    FEI Endurance Open Horse World Ranking

    RankFEI IDHorsePoints
    1104DS14 SIAM DU BARTHAS 661

     

    FEI Endurance Young Riders World Ranking

    RankFEI IDAthleteNFPoints
    110114231SANCHEZ, CamilaARG1904
    210115927BERRIEL, PaulinaURU1732
    310116756GALLI, ValentinaITA1283

     

    FEI Endurance Young Riders Combination World Ranking

    RankFEI IDAthleteFEI IDHorseNFPoints
    110134390MAGAN, Carla104ZU00 SEMINOLE WIND FRA294

     

    FEI Endurance Young Riders Horse World Ranking

    RankFEI IDHorsePoints
    1105PD21 FORTUNA X R 302

     

     

  • 16 Jan 2019
    FEI Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations - Impact on Endurance

    Dear Endurance Community,

    The updated FEI Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations effective as of 1 January 2019, as approved by the last FEI General Assembly, will have an important impact on the endurance discipline. An automatic provisional suspension of the registered trainers in banned substance cases and in cases with two or more controlled medication substances has been implemented since then. This will not only effect the trainers themselves but will also have an indirect impact on athletes, owners and other support personnel.
     
    The athlete remains the person responsible for the rule violation and a provisional suspension and other applicable sanctions will be imposed accordingly, as it was already established with the previous rules.
     
    In light of the rule changes, we have prepared this letter with the most essential “need-to-know” information for registered trainers in the endurance discipline.
     
    Should you have any questions please contact Anna Thorstenson or Ana Kricej.

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