Wearing a properly fastened protective headgear is mandatory when riding on the show grounds at international events.
In the competition arena venue and adjacent warm-up areas, as well as riding from one to the other and from the stables for the purposes of competing, the protective headgear requirements are governed by the rules of the discipline concerned.
The term "Protective Headgear" designates headgear complying with the FEI's list of applicable international testing standards.
The FEI’s general regulatory requirements on athlete safety and welfare are set out in the FEI General Regulations.
Additional discipline-specific requirements may be found in the relevant Sports rules.
Anti-Doping matters are regulated in the FEI’s Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA).
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