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The FEI Solidarity Tree, a commemorative sculpture to mark a landmark step in the growth of the FEI’s global sport development programme, FEI Solidarity, was unveiled at the organisation’s headquarters in the Olympic capital Lausanne (SUI). The stainless steel artwork, read more

Lisa Lazarus, the FEI’s General Counsel, is to take on a new role within the organisation as Chief of Business Development & Strategy. Ms Lazarus joined the FEI as General Counsel in 2009. In addition to professionalising the legal process read more

AQHA Loses Cloning Lawsuit

A US federal jury has ruled that the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) has violated antitrust laws by refusing to allow cloned horses and their offspring into the AQHA registry. This ban (AQHA Rule REG106.1) has been in place since read more

Five Iron made every pole a winning one to capture Saturday’s $127,750 Toronto Cup, at Woodbine. Five Iron, a chestnut son of Sharp Humor trained by Brian Lynch, came into the 1 1/8-mile turf stake off a front-running score in read more

Nikkis Smartypants survived a speed duel with Little River to take Sunday’s Grade 3 $175,500 Royal North Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Bob Tiller for owner Ben Hutzel, the Ontario-bred daughter of Smarty Jones made her turf debut a memorable read more

The International Bromont ended this Sunday July 28th with Irishman Andrew Bourns’ stunning victory in the Quebec Original World Cup qualifying event, at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park. The course, designed by world renowned Leopoldo Palacios (VEN), comprised thirteen obstacles read more

FEI Announces Judges for FEI Awards 2013

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the world governing body of equestrian sport, is pleased to announce the names of the judges of the FEI Awards 2013. When nominations for the Longines Rising Star, Reem Acra Best Athlete, Development, Against All read more

Carsten Couchouron, the Executive Director of the FEI Commercial Department, has announced that he is leaving the FEI after five years in the post. Since joining the FEI in 2008, Couchouron has successfully developed the organisation’s commercial portfolio, implementing a read more

New Canadian Eventing Officials Courses

Equine Canada and the Canadian Eventing Officials Committee will offer two new educational opportunities for existing Eventing Officials and for members looking to further their education in Eventing and/or seeking new accreditation. The courses offered are as follows: 2013 Education read more

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