News 

press-news
Werth proves unbeatable one more time 6 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes In a competition that built to an incredible crescendo, Germany’s Isabell Werth (49) stood firm to win the FEI Dressage World Cup™ title for the fifth time in her extraordinary career. They came from all around the globe to take on the most successful equestrian ath....

Read more...

press-news
Spain’s Aznar jumps into the lead, but Sweden’s Fredricson steals the show 5 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes When yesterday’s first-round winner, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, said today’s second competition at the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 in Gothenburg (SWE) would shake up the leaderboard, he wasn’t wrong. A single mistake tonight sees h....

Read more...

press-news
Werth wins Grand Prix, but runner-up Graves looks a powerful threat 5 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes The legend that is Germany’s Isabell Werth (49) steered her wonderful 13-year-old mare, Weihegold OLD, to victory in the Grand Prix as the FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final 2019 got underway at the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg (SWE) this afternoon. But the World No.....

Read more...

press-news
Switzerland’s Guerdat seizes the early advantage with Alamo 4 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes Former double-champion, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat (36), scorched into the lead as the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2019 Final kicked off at the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg (SWE) this evening. Before he cantered into the ring, third-last to go with Alamo, t....

Read more...

press-news
All-systems-go as drawn order decided for FEI World Cup™ Finals 3 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes The Lorensberg Theatre in the city of Gothenburg played host tonight to the draws for both the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ and FEI Dressage World Cup™ Finals 2019 with competitors, officials and guests from all around the globe enjoying the party atmosphere.&nbs....

Read more...

press-news
Opening by FEI President and IMD Professor 15 Apr 2019

FEI President Ingmar de Vos opened the eighth FEI Sports Forum with a rallying address focusing on some of the topics which will be explored, debated and unravelled over the coming 48 hours and calling on delegates and stakeholders to share their feedback and their insights. Held at the IMD Bus....

Read more...

press-news
Session 1: Gender Equality 15 Apr 2019

The first session of the day was moderated by FEI President Ingmar De Vos with a specific focus on gender equality from a governance perspective and in the work place. Even though equestrian is the only Olympic and Paralympic sport in which men and women compete on equal terms at all levels, female ....

Read more...

press-news
Session 2: Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games 15 Apr 2019

Tim Hadaway, FEI Director of Games Operations, opened the day’s second session focused on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games with an update on construction work at the two equestrian venues, Baji Koen and Sea Forest, and plans for the Ready Steady Tokyo test event (12-14 August 2019).....

Read more...

press-news
Session 3: Review of the Legal System 15 Apr 2019

The opening afternoon session was dedicated to a review of the FEI’s legal system (Chapter VIII of the FEI General Regulations), including proposals for revised areas of responsibilities for Ground Juries, the role of the Appeal Committee, a possible FEI HQ administrative disciplinary process,....

Read more...

press-news
Session 4: Future of Reining 15 Apr 2019

Francisco Lima, FEI Director Governance & Institutional Affairs, introduced the final session of the day on the Future of Reining. He focused on the unique challenges created by the existence of two international governing bodies, highlighting that it is against the FEI Statutes which require th....

Read more...

Pages

X