In accordance with the FEI Veterinary Regulations 2023 the Horse Health Requirements have been rolled out globally as of 1 January 2022. Derived from the EHV-1 By-Laws, applied in Mainland Europe from 31 May to 31 December 2021, the Horse Health Requirements have been put in place to:
|When and where do the Horse Health Requirements apply?||In accordance with Art. 1027 and 1029 of the FEI 2023 Veterinary Regulations, as of 1 January 2022, ALL Horses present at ALL FEI Events must fulfil the Horse Health Requirements via the FEI HorseApp|
|Who is concerned by the Horse Health Requirements?||Athletes, Grooms, FEI Veterinarians, FEI Officials, Organising Committees, Trainers and Owners all need to be aware of the Horse Health Requirements|
|How do we fulfil the Horse Health Requirements?||All Stakeholders must use the FEI HorseApp to fulfil the requirements in accordance with the FEI 2023 Veterinary Regulations|
|How are the Horse Health Requirements controlled?||The relevant requirements are controlled by FEI Veterinarians and FEI Officials at the Examination on Arrival and throughout FEI Events|
|What happens if we don't comply with the Horse Health Requirements?||
In accordance with Annex VI of the FEI 2023 Veterinary Regulations, sanctions will apply for non-compliance
Please note: Sanctions for non-compliance have been introduced worldwide as of 1 September 2022. ALL Horses competing at ALL FEI Events worldwide must fulfil the Horse Health Requirements via the FEI HorseApp.
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