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FEI General Assembly votes in favour of Olympic and Paralympic rule changes 22 Nov 2016

The FEI General Assembly has today voted overwhelmingly in favour of the proposed format changes for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo 2020, which will now go to the IOC Executive Board for final approval in 2017.Under the new proposals, the number of athletes in national teams will be reduc....

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FEI General Assembly 2016: final debate before landmark Olympic vote in Tokyo 21 Nov 2016

Olympic formats were the key topic at the FEI General Assembly session in the Japanese capital this afternoon ahead of tomorrow’s crucial vote on the proposals that will be submitted to the IOC on the formats for the three Olympic equestrian disciplines at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The for....

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In the blink of an eye, Christian Heineking takes a thrilling Longines win in Las Vegas 20 Nov 2016

by Esther Hahn All the right decisions, and perhaps a good dose of Las Vegas luck, led Germany’s Christina Heineking to victory in the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Las Vegas.“It was a great course that was challenging enough,” Heineking said. “I’m....

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FEI Bureau main decisions - 19 November 19 Nov 2016

The FEI Bureau held it’s in-person meeting in the Japanese capital Tokyo today ahead of the FEI General Assembly 2016, which takes place here on Tuesday 22 November.The main decisions taken by the Bureau at today’s meeting are outlined here.FEI TV - FEI General Assembly livestreamTuesday....

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US, Swedish and Dutch cities win hosting rights to major FEI events 19 Nov 2016

The Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and FEI World Cup™ Dressage Finals for the years 2020 and 2021 and the FEI European Championships 2019 in Jumping, Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage were among the key events allocated by the FEI Bureau in Tokyo (JPN) today.Following the success of....

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FEI World Cup™ Driving enters its 16th season 16 Nov 2016

By Cindy TimmerThe very successful FEI World Cup™ Driving series will enter its 16th season starting in Stuttgart on 19 November. After the introduction of the FEI World Cup™ Driving for four-in-hands in 2001, the Series developed and became more and more popular amongst Carriage Driving....

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FEI opens case against Irish Jumping athlete Kevin Thornton 10 Nov 2016

The FEI has opened a case against Irish Jumping athlete Kevin Thornton (FEI ID 10056297) for alleged abuse of the horse Flogas Sunset Cruise (FEI ID 103KQ92) at Cagnes-sur-Mer (FRA) on 10 October 2016. This case is taken in accordance with Articles 142 and 163 of the FEI General Regulations.The athl....

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McLain Ward and HH Azur top an all-Olympic podium in Toronto 10 Nov 2016

By Esther Hahn McLain Ward (USA) and his 2016 Olympic mount HH Azur captured the win in the fifth leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/2017 North American League (Eastern Sub-League). The current World No. 4 rider delivered the only double clear effort of the evening, besting a....

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FEI Classics™: just another day at the office for Clifford 6 Nov 2016

By Anna SharpleyWhen it came down to the final jumping phase of today’s FEI Classics™ at the Australian International 3 Day Event in Adelaide (AUS), Hazel Shannon (AUS) had considerable room to move with Clifford, the powerful thoroughbred.They could have knocked down three rails and sti....

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Olympic Silver Medalists Kent Farrington and Voyeur clinch another victory in Lexington 6 Nov 2016

By Esther HahnKent Farrington (USA) and his 2016 Rio Olympics mount Voyeur ran away with the victory in the fourth leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/2017 North American League (Eastern Sub-League). The current World No. 4 rider—and recent Olympic team silver medalist—....

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