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Session 5: Endurance - Qualification of Horses and Athletes: reducing welfare risks 16 Apr 2019

The opening session of day two, which is dedicated solely to Endurance, focused on the qualification of athletes, both human and equine, with the goal of reducing welfare risks.Prior to the presentations detailing recommendations for potential rule changes put forward by the Endurance Temporary Comm....

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Session 6: Endurance - Educating Officials and correct application of the rules 16 Apr 2019

The second session, which focused on education and Officials, was opened by FEI Vice President Mark Samuel, who facilitates communication between the Endurance Temporary Committee and the FEI Board. He presented the 15 recommendations of the Officials Working Group and the additional proposals on th....

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Session 7: Improvements and innovations to reshape Endurance 16 Apr 2019

Proposed improvements and innovations to reshape Endurance, which form the basis of the Endurance Temporary Committee's proposed rules modifications, were presented during the afternoon’s opening session.Prior to presenting the Committee’s 16 far-reaching proposals, Chair Dr Sarah Co....

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Session 8: Endurance - Open Q&A and wrap-up by FEI Secretary General 16 Apr 2019

The final session of the FEI Sports Forum 2019 was devoted to an extended questions and answers session to allow further debate on the 16 recommendations put forward by the Endurance Temporary Committee.Topics that were further discussed included out of competition testing, post mortem examinations,....

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It’s not going to be easy for Beezie in Gothenburg 29 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes She’s going for a hat-trick of titles and America’s 12th when the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 gets underway in Gothenburg (SWE) next week. However US superstar, Beezie Madden, will be under no illusions about what lies ahead of her. She may have....

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Can Graves go one better in Gothenburg? 29 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes Demand for tickets for the FEI Dressage World Cup™ and Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Finals has been so incredibly high that the show organisers are providing a big-screen experience for those who can’t access a seat in the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg (....

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Wonder-woman Werth faces stiff opposition as she chases down fifth title 26 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes She may be the only rider to have qualified two horses for the FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final 2019, but Germany’s Isabell Werth has an army of opponents hoping to snatch the crown from her head when the action gets underway at the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg (SW....

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Strong interest in hosting FEI World Championships 2022 26 Mar 2019

A total of 20 countries on four different continents – Europe, North and South America and Asia – have submitted expressions of interest to host the FEI World Championships 2022, with representatives from over 30 different venues attending a workshop for potential host cities in Lausanne....

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Swiss look strong as Longines Final line-up takes shape 21 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes The numbers are in as the definite entries for the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 were confirmed earlier this week, with 35 athletes from 18 countries set to line out when the edge-of-the-seat action gets underway at the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg (SWE) ....

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Denmark’s Bachmann Andersen wins dramatic last leg in Den Bosch 16 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes Denmark’s Daniel Bachmann Andersen (28) threw down the performance of a lifetime to win the edge-of-the-seat tenth and last leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western European League at ’s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands today. Last to go, it seemed....

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