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Statement on fatal accident at CCI1* Chateaubriant (FRA)

It is with the deepest regret that we confirm that Maxime Debost (FRA) suffered a fatal accident today (23 September) while competing in the CCI1* at Chateaubriant (FRA). 

FEI awards 2017 shortlist announced – public voting now open!

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) has today opened the public voting for all the shortlisted nominees of the FEI awards 2017. For the first time since the creation of the awards in 2009, the public can cast a vote for their heroes and impact who they think deserves to win. A billing packed with champions and those who go above and beyond, the twenty nominees have been shortlisted across five categories for their outstanding contributions and dedication to the sport, showcasing some of the most successful achievements and talent within the Equestrian community. 

Ryan Sees Plenty of “Blue” With Longines Win in New York

By Catie Staszak Devin Ryan entered the jump-off for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping New York with an eight-year-old rookie and left with a World Cup qualifier Champion.

FEI President Ingmar De Vos elected as IOC Member

Ingmar De Vos, President of the Fédération Equestre International (FEI) since 2014, was today elected as a Member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) during the IOC Session in Lima (PER). Ingmar De Vos received 70 out of 78 valid votes.

One-year countdown to FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018

Today marks the one-year countdown to the start of competition at what promises to be a spectacular FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Tryon, USA, where world champions will be crowned in all eight FEI disciplines across 12 days of top sport. The opening ceremony for WEG 2018 will take place on in Tryon, North Carolina on 11 September, with competition action running from 12 – 23 September. Tickets for the Games go on sale to the public on Monday 16 October.

FEI Secretary General elected President of new Paralympic Association

Sabrina Ibáñez (SUI), Secretary General of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), has been elected as President of the newly-founded Association of Paralympic Sports Organisations (APSO). The vote took place at the founding General Assembly of the Association in Abu Dhabi (UAE) today. The FEI Secretary General was standing for election alongside Maureen Orchard (CAN), former President and now Secretary General of the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF), with four votes in favour of Mrs Orchard and 12 votes for Mrs Ibáñez.

FEI Classics™: Oliver Townend (GBR) takes his second Burghley title with Ballaghmor Class

By Kate Green Oliver Townend (GBR) kept his head in a tense final jumping round at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, last leg of the FEI Classics™, to score his first CCI4* victory for eight years and head a British sweep of the top four places.

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: French stand firm to win last qualifier in Gijon

by Louise Parkes     Team France won today’s last qualifying leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 2 series in Gijon, Spain where, in a roller-coaster of a competition, The Netherlands finished second ahead of Ireland in third.  

FEI CLassics™: Oliver Townend and Ballaghmor Class heads a British trio at Burghley after cross country

By Kate Green   Oliver Townend (GBR), very last out on the cross country at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, sixth and final leg of the FEI Classics™, produced a superb display of horsemanship on the inexperienced Ballaghmor Class to head a British one-two-three.

Legendary Todd and Leonidas II take over dressage lead at Burghley

By Kate Green   Nearly 40 years after the legendary Sir Mark Todd (NZL) first rode at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials (GBR) he is in the lead after dressage with Leonidas ll on a mark of 36.7. In a star-studded line-up, the double Olympic champion heads the USA’s Lauren Kieffer on Veronica ll by just 0.3 of a penalty, with world number one and FEI Classics™ leader Michael Jung now in third on La Biosthetique Sam.

FEI Classics™ leader Michael Jung (GER) tops dressage after day one at Burghley

By Kate Green World number one Michael Jung (GER) has yet again set the target with a beautifully ridden dressage test on his old friend La Biosthetique Sam, now 17, to take an early lead at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, sixth and final leg of the 2016/2017 FEI Classics™.

Swail Sweeps up a Longines win at Langley

By Catie Staszak Ireland’s Conor Swail and Flower did nothing but win at the Thunderbird Show Park, as the pair completed the sweep by topping the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Langley, kicking off the west coast sub league of the series.

Longines FEI European Championships: Fairytale finish as Sweden’s Fredricson wins Jumping title

by Louise Parkes   It was a dream come true for all of Sweden as Peder Fredricson (45) and H&M All In claimed individual Jumping gold in front of Her Majesty Queen Silvia and over 15,000 noisy fans at Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg (SWE) this evening to bring the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 to an emotional end.    

Driving the winner as Dutch claim double gold on final day of extraordinary Championships

By Luke Norman In one of the closest finishes in recent history, the Netherlands narrowly held off a resurgent German trio and a fighting Belgian challenge to claim their fourth successive European team gold after a captivating final day of competition on the final day of the Longines FEI European Championships in Gothenburg (SWE). Driven on by their irrepressible individual gold medallist IJsbrand Chardon, the Dutch just about maintained their air of invincibility, but they certainly had to work for it.

VIDEO CONTENT INFORMATION: how to get broadcast content to accompany today’s FEI Nations Cup™ announcement

To download the VNR from today’s exciting announcement: Longines signs long-term title partnership of FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping and extends global agreement as FEI Top Partner, please click on the button below (wetransfer link)      

Longines signs long-term title partnership of FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping and extends global agreement as FEI Top Partner

Longines will become title partner of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping series as part of a long-term agreement with the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), with the new partnership being celebrated at next month’s Final in Barcelona. Longines, which became the FEI’s first Top Partner in 2013, has also extended its global partnership with the FEI in a historic agreement signed in Gothenburg (SWE) today.

Longines FEI European Championships: Werth wins ferocious battle for Dressage Freestyle gold

by Louise Parkes   Isabell Werth (45) secured her third Dressage gold medal of the week when topping today’s individual Freestyle at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden. But she had to pull out all the stops to pin German team-mate Sonke Rothenberger (22) into silver medal position while, mirroring the result of yesterday’s Grand Prix Special, Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour (25) took bronze.  

‘Unique’ marathon course delights Gothenburg as Dutch move ominously into position

Gothenburg went carriage crazy today as tens of thousands of spectators poured on to the streets and into the city’s Slottsskogen Park to witness a dramatic day of marathon driving at the 2017 Longines FEI European Championships. Highly experienced Ijsbrand Chardon (NED), who said afterwards that he’d like to drive the city course “every day of his life”, put in a season’s best performance to move into the individual gold medal position, with one more day of competition to come.

Longines FEI European Championships: Irish overcome the odds to win Jumping team gold

by Louise Parkes   It was Jumping team gold for Ireland at the Longines FEI European Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden tonight where Shane Sweetnam (36), Denis Lynch (41) and Cian O’Connor (37) clinched victory with three superb clear rounds.  

All eyes turn to ‘once in a lifetime marathon’ after enthralling first day of Driving

By Luke Norman The stage is set for a titanic weekend battle with driving’s biggest names nestled together on a tightly-packed leaderboard after day one of the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg (SWE). It will be the orange men of the Netherlands who move on from the dressage to the marathon test in the best spirits, after claiming the top two individual spots and finishing more than seven points clear in the team competition on a score of 85.83.

Longines FEI European Championships: It’s double-gold for Werth and Weihegold as they win the Dressage Grand Prix Special

by Louise Parkes   Germany’s Isabell Werth (45) and her lovely mare Weihegold waltzed their way to gold in the Grand Prix Special at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden today. But the doyenne of world Dressage was chased to the line by compatriot, Sonke Rothenberger (22), who joined her on the top step of the team podium on Wednesday, while Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour (25) produced a brilliant performance to claim bronze.  

Rivalries brewing as Driving stars ready to put on a show of horsepower in city setting

By Luke Norman With 21 four-horse carriages going head-to-head during three days of high-octane action in the heart of Gothenburg (SWE), the watching world is in for a treat as the Longines FEI European Driving Championships 2017 get underway tomorrow morning.

Great Britain and dynamic Danes share honours as Para Dressage draws to a close

By Luke Norman  For the second day running Denmark went head-to-head with Para-Equestrian Dressage powerhouse Great Britain as the two nations dominated a compelling final day of Freestyle to Music action in Gothenburg’s Heden Arena at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017. Once again Great Britain edged ahead of the Scandinavians at the finish, a bold ride from serial winner Sophie Wells (GBR) on C Fatal Attraction giving them a third Freestyle gold of the day, one clear of Denmark’s haul.

Great Britain in debt to debutante as extraordinary golden run continues

By Luke Norman After a day of drama, intrigue and nail-biting tension, Great Britain squeezed through to retain their FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage European Championships team title by the slimmest of margins, relying on a magical final ride from superstar debutant, Julie Payne with the mare Athene Lindebjerg. Fresh from individual Grade I gold on day one, Payne entered Gothenburg’s Heden Arena late on Tuesday afternoon knowing she needed a score of 75.000% or above to prevent a bullish Danish quartet from making history.

Gold rush for GB and Dutch as Para Dressage starts with a flourish

By Luke Norman   Great Britain and the Netherlands flexed their considerable muscles and claimed two gold medals apiece in the Para,-Equestrian Dressage on a glorious, sun-drenched first day of the FEI European Championships in Gothenburg (SWE). Julie Payne (GBR) led the charge in Grade I, posting a huge 77.642% score to leave the competition trailing far behind.

Eventing gold for Great Britain and Germany’s Ingrid Klimke at Strzegom

By Kate Green A jubilant British team was celebrating after jumping three superb clear rounds in the final phase to hold onto their overnight lead and clinch the longed-for team title at the FEI European Eventing Championships in Strzegom (POL) today.   “We are very excited to be back on top. We’ve got some amazing riders and horses and we’ve worked hard for this” Kristina Cook, British gold medal team member  

Great Britain bounces back at Eventing Championships to take lead in Strzegom after cross country

By Kate Green   Great Britain has swept into the lead after cross country at the FEI European Eventing Championships in Strzegom (POL) with three brilliant clear rounds from team rookie Ros Canter on Allstar B, Kristina Cook (Billy the Red) and anchorman Nicola Wilson (Bulana). “Bulana is so honest and good on a line. She was in a rhythm from start to finish. It’s very exciting! We had a group team hug and a jump around!”

World Eventing record total puts Germans out in front after dressage in Strzegom

By Kate Green Germany, winners of the last three FEI European Eventing Championships, have risen to new heights with a record team score of 87.7 penalties after dressage at Strzegom (POL). The defending champions have an incredible 24.1-penalty lead over France, with Great Britain breathing down their necks just 0.1 behind the French in bronze medal position.

Germany’s Sabrina Arnold wins first major Endurance Championship gold with Tarzibus

Germany’s Sabrina Arnold (37) claimed her first major individual Championship win as she and Tarzibus were crowned FEI European Endurance Champions 2017 in Brussels (BEL) today, but it was the Spanish that took team gold when their top finishers claimed individual silver and bronze.

Bettina Hoy puts Germany in control at Eventing Championships in Strzegom

By Kate Green. Bettina Hoy (GER), competing at her 10 th FEI European Eventing Championships, set the standard for the rest of the field with a flawless display of dressage and has now set up a commanding lead after the first day’s competition at Strzegom (POL).

Luhmühlen (GER) to host FEI European Eventing Championships 2019

The German venue of Luhmühlen has been allocated hosting rights to the FEI European Eventing Championships 2019. The 2019 fixture will be the sixth time that Luhmühlen has hosted the Europeans, having previously staged the Championships in 1975, 1979, 1987, 1999 and most recently in 2011. It also hosted the world championships in 1982. Luhmühlen was the fourth event in the world to become a four-star when it joined this elite group in 2005.

A feast of fabulous Jumping in prospect at glorious Gothenburg

by Louise Parkes When the Dutch claimed European team and individual Jumping gold in Aachen (GER) two years ago they were an unstoppable force, sweeping all before them in a tidal wave of glory. They were repeating the success they had enjoyed at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Caen (FRA) a year earlier and it was the same brilliant partnership, Jeroen Dubbeldam and Zenith, who claimed the individual title once again.

Experienced Dutch drivers bid for hat-trick, with Belgian young guns hot on their heels

by Louise Parkes If you want to showcase a sport you could hardly come up with a better scenario than bringing it to the streets of one of Europe’s most vibrant cities. It’s bound to be a crowd-stopper when the Marathon phase of Driving sees Four-in-Hand teams clatter through the heart of Gothenburg, Sweden on their way to the public park in Slottsskogen where the obstacles will be located during the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 next week.

Spirit of Rio 2016 at Longines FEI European Championships

By Rob Howell The spirit of Rio 2016 will descend on the Para Dressage arena of the Longines FEI European Championships in Gothenburg next week (21-23 August) when five gold medallists return to top flight international competition since facing off at last summer’s Paralympic Games. They’ll be joined by a further three Rio silver and bronze medallists, and together with a total of 62 athletes will compete for 30 individual and freestyle medals in five grades.

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: It’s ladies day in Dublin as US team sweeps to victory

by Louise Parkes   Team USA secured a definitive victory in the eighth and last leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 1 League in Dublin (IRL) today when producing the only zero score in a hard-fought competition. On level pegging with the Irish at the halfway stage they stood firm while their hosts lost their grip to drop to fifth behind Spain.  

FEI Tribunal issues Final Decisions on banned substance case

The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decision on a banned substance case under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs). Samples taken on 21 January 2017 from the horse Luke Skywalker 46 (FEI ID 103XB94/USA), ridden by Paige Johnson (FEI ID USA/10013411) at the CSI2* in Wellington (USA), tested positive for the local anaesthetic Pramoxine.

European Vaulting Championships for Seniors: Triple gold for Germany and Italy take pas de deux title

The FEI European Vaulting Championships for Seniors, hosted in Ebreichsdorf, Austria, once again showed Germany’s dominance in the sport winning three out of the four gold medals on offer, Team gold, individual female for Kristina Boe and Erik Oese winning the individual male, whilst Silvia Stopazzini as Lorenzo Lupacchini made history for Italy with the pas de deux gold.

Isabelle Lapierre has breakout moment in Bromont at Longines opening leg

By Catie Staszak It was a day of firsts for Canadian Isabelle Lapierre, as the 38 year old rode her own Cescha M to her first World Cup qualifier victory and her mount’s World Cup qualifier debut at the opening leg of the 2017 /2018 season of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League at Bromont (CAN).

FEI World Vaulting Championship for Juniors: Gold for Columbia, Austria and Germany

Colombia’s Juan Martin Clavijo defends World Junior individual male title, double gold for Austria in individual female and pas de deux and Germany take squad honours

Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping NAL receives further boost in Canada and USA as FEI and Horse Network sign multi-year agreement

Top level Jumping action from the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League will be available for millions of fans in the United States and Canada, thanks to a new multi-year partnership between the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) and Horse Network.

Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League to reach new heights in third season

By Catie Staszak When the 2016/2017 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League capped its second season with a fairytale victory for the USA’s McLain Ward at the Final on home soil in Omaha, Nebraska, it realised a dream for the two-time Olympic gold medalist, who had gone winless in his previous 16 tries at the seasonal finale.

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: Brilliant Brazilians post historic victory at Hickstead

by Louise Parkes   Brazil’s Marlon Zanotelli, Pedro Veniss, Yuri Mansur and Pedro Junqueira Muylaert made sporting history today when winning the seventh leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 1 series at Hickstead (GBR).  

FEI Secretary General on global judging panel for Leaders Under 40 awards

FEI Secretary General Sabrina Ibáñez was part of an international judging panel put together by Leaders and Aspire Academy to select the Leaders Under 40 Awards Class of 2017. Brainchild of Leaders and Aspire Academy, this annual celebration of young leadership, now in its third edition, aims to uncover the best global talent in sport business. The campaign involves an extensive worldwide search to identify those unique individuals who are recognised leaders and the driving force in their field of expertise.