News: Horse Sport

Wily Weishaupt is Best in Bordeaux

Philipp Weishaupt and the stallion Catoki brought the German tally of wins in the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Western European League qualifying series to a sensational six this evening at Bordeaux in France.  The 25 year-old rider from

Philipp Weishaupt and the stallion Catoki secured Germany’s sixth victory in the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series at Bordeaux, France. Photo: Cecile Grand/FEI

FEI World Cup™ Finals Make History in Leipzig

For the first time in the history of equestrian sport, four FEI World Cup™ Finals will be held under the same roof. The Rolex FEI World Cup™ Final Jumping, the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Final Dressage, the FEI World

Canada Responds to Restructuring of the FEI

Equine Canada, Canada’s national governing body for equestrianism, has issued its response to the FEI’s opening consultations on statutory changes to restructure the international federation. Canada’s submission replies to the five questions posed by the FEI on potential changes to the

Lady Forbes Responds to Jessica Kürten’s Allegations

A representative for Lady Georgina Forbes, the owner of several of Jessica Kürten’s (former) mounts, has responded to reports about their parting of ways, stating that comments made by Kürten are not entirely correct. While Kürten claimed that Forbes had

Exclusivity Recommendations Not Adopted

The Jump Canada Board held a productive open house at the Equine Canada Convention in Ottawa to deal with the Task Force exclusivity recommendations. The Board then followed up with lengthy and highly positive consideration of the Task Force report