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FEI Eventing World Cup Update: Fontainebleau (FRA) 30 Mar 2005

Girl Power at Fontainebleau  Germany’s Bettina Hoy, astride her Olympic mount Ringwood Cockatoo, won the third FEI Eventing World Cup qualifier of the season, held at Fontainebleau (FRA) from 25 to 28 March, on a final result of 47.4 penalty points. She is followed by Linda Algotsson....

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FEI Eventing World Cup Update: Fontainebleau (FRA) 23 Mar 2005

Action packed Easter weekend for the FEI Eventing World Cup  The third leg of the FEI Eventing World Cup will take place over the Easter weekend from 25 to 28 March at Fontainebleau (FRA). Located some 50 km south of Paris in the vicinity of a magnificent 13th century castle, Fontainebleau....

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Eventing Committe Meeting 21 Mar 2005

Eventing Committee met in Lausanne at the end of February The Eventing Committee met in Lausanne at the end of February in the FEI Secretariat in order to meet the FEI Directors/Heads of Department and take the occasion to discuss matters directly relating to other departments at the FEI.1. The....

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FEI Eventing World Cup Update: Barroca d'Alva (POR) and Tallahassee, FL (USA) 17 Mar 2005

Forceful Australian start in the new FEI Eventing World Cup Season  The 2005 FEI Eventing World Cup season took off strongly last weekend with two qualifiers held in Barroca d’Alva (POR) and Tallahassee, FL (USA) from 11 to 13 March. The winners of both were Australians: Matt Ryan on....

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2004 Olympic Games: Update on positive medication case 16 Mar 2005

Foxxy XX, Harald Riedl (AUT)  The Judicial Committee decided on the disqualification of the horse Foxxy XX and the person responsible (“PR”), the rider Harald Riedl, from the 2004 Olympic Games. The sampled taken at the event in the frame of the FEI medication control programme....

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Eventing: News from Great Britain 16 Mar 2005

World's Top Events to embrace new cross country format as of 2006 British Eventing’s proposal for the world’s most famous Horse Trials, Badminton and Burghley to adopt the modified Cross Country format from 2006 has been agreed by both Events, after over a year of consultation a....

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In Memoriam: Hans von Blixen Finecke (SWE) 16 Mar 2005

Olympic Champion passed away at 98  Hans von Blixen-Finecke (SWE), individual and team Olympic Champion at the 1952 Helsinki Olympic Games, passed away on 16 February 2005 at the venerable age of 98. His father, a Swedish cavalry officer, an aviator and a famous horseman, had won the bronz....

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In Memoriam Rudolf Rautschka (AUT) 10 Feb 2005

famous Steward General auf Austria passed away IN MEMORIAMRudolf Rautschka (AUT) passed away on 7 February, at the age of 80. Rautschka built up the Stewarding System in Austria, acted as Steward General of Austria until 1999 and was Chief Steward at numerous events including the 1991 World Pai....

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In Memoriam 16 Dec 2004

Isabel Reid and Georg Meisterhans IN MEMORIAMIsabel Reid (GBR), Eventing Official International Judge passed away on 29 October 2004. She judged at many events and championships. Isabel Reid also officiated as chef d’equipe and a selector for the British Junior European Championship Team.....

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Eventing Committee statement 2 Dec 2004

New Protocols Introduced FOR EVENTING  The FEI Eventing Committee has conducted a thorough investigation into the sequence of events at Burghley Horse Trials 2004 concerning the communications between the Rider Representative and the Ground Jury and Technical Delegate and considered in det....

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