FEI Tribunal

What is the FEI Tribunal?
The FEI Tribunal is established under Article 38 of the FEI Statutes and is composed of a Chair and a minimum of six (6) other members, each with legal expertise and appropriate knowledge and experience of equestrian sport (click here for more details). Subject to a few restrictions outlined in the FEI Statutes, the FEI Tribunal decides all cases submitted to it by or through the Secretary General. These cases may be appeals or matters that are not otherwise under the jurisdiction of the Ground Jury or the Appeal Committee.
Since 1 January 2023:

  • The FEI fully delegates the results management of human anti-doping cases to the International Testing Agency (ITA), an independent organisation that manages anti-doping programs on behalf of International Federations and Major Event Organisers; and, 
  • Hearings and adjudication of cases is referred to the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) Anti-Doping Division.

Click here to be redirected to the page where you will find the FEI Statutes and the Internal Regulations of the FEI Tribunal.