|Clean Sport @ the FEI|
The FEI is part of a collaborative worldwide movement for doping-free sport led by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). The aim of this movement is to protect fair competition as well as Athlete health and welfare. As an Athlete, you are an essential part of the equestrian community and have the responsibility of ensuring that sport flourishes in a doping-free environment. As an Athlete, you are subject to human anti-doping testing and the WADA Prohibited List applies to you.
With regards to the FEI Equine Anti-Doping & Controlled Medication Regulations, you are the Person Responsible, meaning that if your horse tests positive, you will be responsible for the violation. The Equine and Human Anti-Doping Rules are in place to protect Athletes and Horses as well as the integrity of our sport. It is important that you are always aware and up to date with these Rules.
|Clean Sport and Minors|
It is important that parents and coaches educate Minors on the importance of Clean Sport and substance abuse. A Parental Guide is available here.
It provides parents of Minor Athletes with information on how to promote Clean Sport and handle situations where a Minor is using performance-enhancing substances.
In Equine Anti-Doping, the Athlete is always the person responsible for his/her horse(s), even if he/she is a Minor.