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Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules 14 Feb 2019

The FEI has announced three 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 two athletes in these cases  have been provisionally suspended f....

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Opportunity knocks with FEI World Championships 2022 bid process 13 Feb 2019

While 2019 is set to be another busy year for international horse sport, potential bidders are already vying for the possibility of hosting FEI World Championships in 2022. The FEI has already received some exciting expressions of interest for 2022, with more submissions expected before the 28 Febru....

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New Longines series bursts into action at Wellington next weekend 12 Feb 2019

by Louise Parkes Deeridge Farm in Wellington (USA) is already buzzing with anticipation ahead of the first major team clash of the year when the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ 2019 series gets underway at the charming Florida venue next Sunday (17 February). And the host nation is putt....

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Coyle and Eristov top two-horse jump-off for Longines victory in Leon 10 Feb 2019

by Catie StaszakJordan Coyle (IRL) recorded the biggest win of his career when he topped a two-horse jump-off with Eristov to win the $1,910,000 (~$100,000 U.S. dollars) Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Leon, the newest leg on the North American League.Coyle, 25, and the 10-year-old Dutch Warmb....

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It’s a hat-trick for Germany’s Deusser with brilliant win in Bordeaux 10 Feb 2019

by Louise Parkes Daniel Deusser produced his third sensational win of the season at the 13th and last qualifier of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western European League in Bordeaux, France tonight. The 37-year-old German cruised to victory with Calisto Blue at round 3....

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FEI issues guidelines on equine influenza outbreak 8 Feb 2019

The FEI has issued guidelines to the equestrian community to protect horses from and prevent transmission of equine influenza, following confirmed outbreaks of the virus in Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Nigeria, and the United States of America since the beginning of the year.Equ....

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Granato and Carlchen W Outrace the field for first Longines victory in Wellington 4 Feb 2019

by Catie StaszakIn 2018, Alex Granato (USA) and Carlchen W made their Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ debut in Wellington. A year later, they earned their first World Cup victory at the same venue.Granato and ‘Carl’ topped a competitive nine-horse jump-off to claim the 2019 Longine....

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Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules 28 Jan 2019

The FEI has announced two adverse analytical findings (AAF) involving two equine prohibited substances.The cases involve two *Banned Substances under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs).The first case involves Ergonovine, which is also designated as a *....

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Who dares, wins! Sensational victory for Sweden’s von Eckermann in Amsterdam 27 Jan 2019

by Louise Parkes Sweden’s Henrik von Eckermann (37) worked the Dutch crowd into a frenzy and booked his ticket to the series Final with a sensational victory partnering the brilliant mare, Toveks Mary Lou, at the twelfth leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western E....

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Onate and Big Red break through in Guadalajara for first Longines victory 27 Jan 2019

By Catie StaszakSalvador Onate (MEX) had a few anxious moments, but luck was on his side when he rode Big Red to victory in the $1,900,000 (~$100,000 U.S.) Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Guadalajara (MEX) on Saturday.Onate, the first to keep all of the jumps up over Guilherme Jorge’s (B....

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