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FEI Tribunal issues Final Decisions on two Controlled Medication cases at Tryon 2018 15 Mar 2019

The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decisions on the two Controlled Medication cases in the Endurance discipline at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (11-23 September). Controlled Medication substances are those that are regularly used to treat horses, but which must have been clear....

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Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules 15 Mar 2019

The FEI has announced new adverse analytical findings (AAF) involving equine prohibited substances. The cases involve *Banned Substances under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs).The first case involves a second violation with the same athlete, horse an....

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Only one leg of Western European League to go before Gothenburg Final line-up is confirmed 15 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes Tomorrow’s tenth and last leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western European League series at ’s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands will bring the fourth and final qualifying series of the current season to a close. Already horse-and-rider combination....

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Events at Ocala and Warsaw bring qualifying season to a close 13 Mar 2019

by Louise Parkes Defending series champion, America’s Beezie Madden, finished top of the North American Eastern Sub-League when that series drew to a close in Ocala (USA) last weekend with victory for teenage sensation Brian Moggre. And across the globe in Warsaw (Poland), Jaroslaw Skrzyc....

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Moggre shines in Longines debut at Live Oak 11 Mar 2019

By Catie StaszakBrian Moggre (USA) made his World Cup debut a winning one, racing to victory with MTM Vivre le Reve in the $100,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Ocala, the final leg of the 2018-2019 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ North American League held at the Live Oak Internation....

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In Memoriam: FEI pays tribute to double world champion Tjeerd Velstra (NED) 26 Feb 2019

Tjeerd Velstra, former double world Driving champion and one of equestrian sports true horseman, has passed away this week after a long illness. He was 79.After a successful career as a jumping athlete, Velstra made the switch to four-in-hand carriage driving in 1976. Just six years later and again ....

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Team Germany scoops the honours in Abu Dhabi 23 Feb 2019

by Louise Parkes On a day of high drama in Abu Dhabi, Team Germany pipped Ireland to win the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of the United Arab Emirates while the hosts and Saudi Arabia claimed the two qualifying spots on offer for the 2019 series Final in Barcelona (ESP) next October.&....

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Life is Beautiful, and he’s going home to Gothenburg 23 Feb 2019

by Louise Parkes It’s not every day that a skewbald horse that has competed in a Driving competition qualifies for the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final. But the 16-year-old gelding, Life is Beautiful, is a real all-rounder, and he can expect a very warm welcome when he enters t....

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Endurance Temporary Committee holds third in-person meeting 22 Feb 2019

The Endurance Temporary Committee held its third in-person meeting at FEI Headquarters today following yesterday’s meetings with stakeholders. Stéphane Chazel (FRA), member of the elected FEI Endurance Technical Committee, currently unable to function as a full committee, and Dr Martha Mishef....

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Endurance Temporary Committee meets with stakeholders at FEI HQ 21 Feb 2019

The Endurance Temporary Committee, set up by the FEI Board in October 2018 to review the discipline with the remit of bringing the sport back to its original roots of Endurance riding rather than Endurance racing, has met with a total of 26 stakeholders representing each of the FEI Regional Groups, ....

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