News: Horse Sport

Riders Warned of a Two-Year Ban for Doping Positives

Geneva (SUI), 13 April 2010  “If your horse is found to have a banned substance in its system, you are looking at a two-year suspension,” FEI Veterinary Director Graeme Cooke warned riders competing at this week’s Rolex FEI World Cup™

Rolex and FEI Renew Partnership

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) is delighted to announce that it has renewed its partnership with the Swiss watchmaker Rolex for a further period of three years through 2013.   Rolex will remain the title sponsor of the Rolex FEI

Report Ready on Warm-Up Guidelines

The FEI Working Group tasked with expanding current guidelines for Stewards to facilitate clear implementation of the policy on warm-up techniques has finalised its report on guidelines to prevent any form of aggressive riding at FEI events. The completed document

Equi-Challenge 2010 – Horse Event of the Season

Halton Hills, Ontario – Riding on the overwhelming success of the inaugural ‘Equi-Challenge ’09’, held at the Aziz family’s Iron Horse Farm in Caledon, OVC is pleased to announce the plans for Equi-Challenge 2010 to be held at Halton Place

Canadians Earn Qualifying Scores for WEG

Ottawa, ON — The Florida show season may be over, but Canadians are still competing elsewhere and earning their qualifying scores for the World Equestrian Games team.  Wendy Christoff of Delta, BC earned her third score above 65% at the