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FEI Ranks Top-Ten in Olympic Social Media Study

Social media platforms have become indispensable communication channels for the Olympic movement and international sports federations. The recently-released document “The 2016 Social Media and Olympic Sport Ranking,” assembled by Burson-Marsteller / TSE Consulting, analysed the social media footprint of the read more

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Third Place Finisher at 100k CEI1* in Vitron Fails Drug Test

Samples taken at the 100k CEI1* in Vitron (BEL) on September 4, 2016 from the horse Houkoumi G (FEI ID 104XV97), ridden by Evelyne Stoffel (FEI ID 10128731) to third place, have returned positive for O-Desmethyl-Tramadol, a metabolite of Tramadol. read more

L-R, CISM President, Colonel AbdulHakeem AlShino (BRN) and FEI President Ingmar de Vos at the signing of the memorandum of Understanding, at the Olympic Equestrian Centre in Deodoro, Rio de Janiero (Martin Angerbauer/FEI)

CISM signs MOU with FEI

The International Military Sports Council (CISM) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), world governing body for equestrian sport. The MOU was signed by CISM President, Colonel AbdulHakeem AlShino (BRN) and FEI President Ingmar read more

Canada’s Kelly Houtappels-Bruder and her horse, Flip, navigate through the challenging marathon phase of the three-day FEI World Single Driving Championships at the Lipizzaner Stud Farm in Piber-Köflach, Austria, held August 3-7, 2016. Photo by Krisztina Horvath/Hoefnet.com

Canadian Excels at CAI 3* in Piber, Austria

Kelly Houtappels-Bruder, from Ariss, ON, who currently resides in The Netherlands, rode her way to an overall seventh place finish in the ninth edition of the FEI World Single Driving Championships at the Lipizzaner Stud Farm in Piber-Köflach, Austria, held read more

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Jumping Owners Club Signs Memorandum of Understanding with FEI

The Jumping Owners Club (JOC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the FEI, the world governing body for equestrian sport. The Jumping Owners Club (JOC), formed in 2004, provides a communication link between horse owners and the FEI, read more

(Left to right) Sabrina Ibáñez, FEI secretary general and FEI president Ingmar De Vos with Sang Jin Park, Asian Equestrian Federation (AEF) president, Korea National Federation president and president of Samsung Electronics, and Sunny Hwang, secretary general of the AEF, vice-president of the Korea National Federation and vice-president & head of Global Sports Marketing at Samsung Electronics. (FEI photo)

Asian Equestrian Federation signs MOU with FEI

The Asian Equestrian Federation (AEF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the FEI, the world governing body for equestrian sport. The AEF, founded in 1978 in Bangkok (THA), is headquartered in Seoul (KOR) and has 34 member National read more

Bettina de Rham (SUI/NED) who has been appointed to take over as Director of the Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage Department at the FEI. Photo by Hugues Siegenthaler/FEI

FEI Restructures Sports Departments

The FEI is to restructure key positions within its Sports Departments across both the Olympic and non-Olympic disciplines. Bettina de Rham is to take over as Director of the Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage Department at the FEI. Mrs de Rham, read more

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FEI Inks Deal with Olympic Channel

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the global governing body for equestrian sport, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Olympic Channel. The FEI is one of 27 International Federations to have signed an agreement with the IOC to read more

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Olympic Equestrian #TwoHearts Campaign

A powerful video demonstrating the unique and extraordinary bond between the Olympics’ most muscular athlete – the horse – and their courageous riders has been released today, less than three months before the start of the Rio 2016 Games. Around read more

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FEI Denied Appeal in GCL Case

The Brussels Court of Appeal has today denied the FEI appeal on the interim measures imposed by the Belgian Competition Authority which prevent the FEI from imposing its unsanctioned event rule on athletes and horses competing in the Global Champions read more

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