The FEI has launched its free FEI TV on the Go iPhone application to mark St Nicholas Day. The new app, available for download here, allows users to access a wealth of high quality video-on-demand content, including competition highlights, interviews
The 2013 FEI General Assembly was held in Montreux (SUI) on November 7th. The quorum consisted of 99 National Federations: 77 represented in person and 22 by proxy. The main decisions taken by the General Assembly are outlined here.
Representatives from National Federations on four continents made impassioned pleas for HRH Princess Haya to reverse her decision not to stand for a third term as FEI President during the FEI General Assembly in Montreux (SUI). The calls came after
Immediate and sustainable action to safeguard the welfare of horses and reinforce the FEI’s anti-doping and fair play policies at Endurance events globally were the key takeaways from the Endurance Strategic Planning Group (ESPG) session at the FEI General Assembly
The FEI General Assembly 2013, which will be held in Montreux (SUI) on Thursday November 7th, will be broadcast live and free of charge on FEI TV, the FEI’s official online video platform, according to the following timetable: • morning
On November 4th, the FEI Bureau held an in-person meeting in Montreux (SUI) prior to the FEI General Assembly 2013. The main decisions taken by the Bureau are outlined here.
In my first meeting in Lausanne with the FEI Bureau after my election in 2006, I proposed limiting FEI Presidents to two four-year terms. I suggested that reform, which was later adopted as an FEI Statute, because it is essential
The Dutch Equestrian Federation (KNHS) has joined the Swiss Equestrian Federation in asking the FEI for an independent commission to review the animal welfare and doping issues in the sport of Endurance. While the FEI is establishing a committee to
In the course of a round table discussion with the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), a decision was taken to form an independent commission of experts to address and resolve the serious doping and animal welfare problems in endurance sport. The
The International Equestrian Organisers Alliance (IEOA) has become the first of the former FEI Associate Members to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the FEI, following the removal of the Associate Member status from the FEI Statutes at the