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Madden clinches her second title in a cliffhanger

by Louise Parkes   America’s Beezie Madden (54) held on to win the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2018 title in Paris (FRA) today, but she didn’t do it the easy way. In a cliffhanger of a second round she faulted for the first time over three tough days of jumping when last to go with the brilliant Breitling LS. And the crowd had to hold their breath until she crossed the line to a roar of approval, separated by just two penalty points from compatriot Devin Ryan (36) in second place.

Werth reigns supreme to become a four-time champion

by Louise Parkes   In a dramatic conclusion to an extraordinary battle between two mighty forces, Germany’s Isabell Werth posted a back-to-back victory at the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final 2018 in Paris, France today.    

LYON AND TORONTO SCOOP BEST PRESS OFFICE AWARDS FOR LONGINES FEI WORLD CUP™ JUMPING SERIES

The Best Press Office award was introduced by the FEI in 2011 to celebrate the hard work of the event organising teams. Press offices have a vital role to play and are fundamental to the success of the events. This coveted award is voted for by you, the accredited media, in recognition of the invaluable role of the press office at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping events in the North American League and the Western European Leagues. 

Graves piles pressure on defending champion Werth with brilliant win in FEI World Cup™ Final Grand Prix

by Louise Parkes   Laura Graves (30) has been threatening the supremacy of German superstar, Isabell Werth (48), for some time now and today, when it really mattered, the American pinned the most medalled athlete in the history of equestrian sport into runner-up spot in the Grand Prix at the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final 2018 in Paris (FRA).    

A magical round with Breitling gives America’s Madden the early lead at Longines Final

by Louise Parkes   She’s done it before, coming out on top five years ago, and tonight America’s Beezie Madden, one of just four lady riders in the field of 37 starters, threw down the gauntlet to all the rest when galloping to victory in the opening speed competition at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2018 in Paris (FRA).    

US Olympians claim Longines FEI awards for best jumping rider and best horse

World number one Kent Farrington has claimed the award for the Longines FEI World’s Best Jumping Rider and the US Olympic mare HH Azur was declared the Longines FEI World’s Best Jumping Horse at a special presentation in the Paris City Hall tonight.

History on the horizon as 40th champion will be crowned next week in Paris

by Louise Parkes   Every sport has its majors, and for the Olympic discipline of Jumping there is nothing to compare with the tension, excitement and prestige of battling for the ultimate prize of the indoor season - the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping trophy. The destination of this most coveted prize will be decided at the 2018 Final next week at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris (FRA) where 39 horse-and-rider combinations from all around the globe will gather in the quest for honour and glory.

Is anyone betting on the boys this time around??

by Louise Parkes   Defending champion, Germany’s Isabell Werth, may be clear favourite to reclaim the title with her fabulous mare Weihegold, but as the lady herself so often says, “with horses you just never know what’s going to happen!”, and there isn’t an equine expert in the world who will argue with that.    

Future equestrian stars boosted with allocation of five major 2018 events

Equestrian stars of the future have today been given a major boost with the FEI Jumping Youth Nations Cup™ Final and four youth Championships in Reining and the Olympic disciplines of Jumping, Dressage and Eventing announced for 2018 in Belgium, France and the USA.

FEI President welcomes delegates to IF Gender Equality in Leadership Forum

Ingmar De Vos, President of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), equestrian sport’s global governing body, focused on the power of sport to promote gender equality as he welcomed delegates to the opening of the third IF Gender Equality in Leadership Forum in the Olympic capital, Lausanne (SUI) on Tuesday evening.

In Memoriam: FEI pays tribute to Mike Tucker (GBR), 1944-2018

Mike Tucker, the former British Eventing athlete who was known in his second career as the voice of equestrian sport for his commentary work with the BBC, has died suddenly at the age of 73.

Pirouetting to Paris for the Final showdown - bring it on!!

by Louise Parkes Paris, the City of Lights, will welcome 18 horse-and-rider combinations from all around the globe for the 33rd FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in two weeks time, but can any of them stop Isabell Werth from winning her fourth title?   

FEI World Cup™ Vaulting Final 2018 - Clean Sweep For Germany

By Hannah Eccles The home crowd at the Signal Iduna Cup in Dortmund (GER) were delighted as the national anthem rang out three times at the FEI World Cup™ Vaulting Final as the German contingent produced a clean sweep of victories.  Kristina Boe secured her first FEI World Cup™ Vaulting title with Theresa-Sophie Bresch & Torben Jacobs dominating the Pas-de-Deux event. The series then came to an electrifying conclusion as Jannis Drewell fought off tough competition to be crowned FEI World Cup™ Vaulting male champion for a second year in a row.

Prohibited Substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules

The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decision on the case opened by the FEI against Italian Jumping athlete Giacomo Basso (FEI ID 10035513/ITA) following a positive for the two Prohibited Substances Stanozolol and Ketoprofen. Stanozol is a *Banned Substance and Ketoprofen is a Controlled Medication under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs).

CAS upholds FEI policy on equine provisional suspensions

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has this week upheld the FEI’s policy of imposing two-month provisional suspensions on horses that have tested positive for *Banned Substances under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping Regulations.

Vanderveen Punches Ticket to Paris With First Longines Victory in Ocala

By Catie Staszak Kristen Vanderveen (USA) was a winner on all fronts at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Ocala (USA). Not only did she claim her first Longines victory with an uncatchable jump-off aboard Bull Run’s Faustino de Tili, but she also gained the points necessary to qualify for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in Paris (FRA) in three weeks time.  

FEI president opens seventh FEI sports forum - watch on replay

FEI President Ingmar De Vos opened the seventh FEI Sports Forum in typically upbeat style, welcoming the almost 250 delegates to the FEI’s unique discussion platform:  “Every year we use the Sports Forum platform to zoom in on specific topics so that we can make decisions as a community that will help drive our sport to new heights. And we are here once again to do just that. . . . I am really looking forward to all the discussions that will take place during this FEI Sports Forum.

Session 1: YOG 2018 and the future - WATCH ON REPLAY

The IOC’s Antoine Goetschy presented on the Youth Olympic Games (YOG), talking about the importance of encouraging participating in sport and how central YOG is to that goal. It helps shape the future of sport. The individual International Federations have the opportunity to decide what discipline they want to include and it does not have to be an Olympic discipline. The YOG offers the International Federations the chance to adapt to local audiences and explore future formats.

Session 2: Youth - WATCH ON REPLAY

Youth was the focal point of the first day of the FEI Sports Forum, with a dynamic panel of eight successful youth athletes from around the world representing all disciplines debating a wide range of topics during three separate sessions. Led by moderator Catie Staszak (USA), the panel shared their thoughts on accessibility to high level sport, long-term career pathways and sport promotion and media.

Session 3: Athlete Welfare - Watch on replay

FEI Legal Director Mikael Rentsch introduced the session on Athlete Welfare, talking about harassment and abuse and the recently released IOC toolkit. Guest speakers, Kirsty Burrows (GBR), Consultant on Athlete Safeguarding and Susan Greinig, IOC Medical Programmes Manager gave a clear definition of what harassment and abuse is, as well as explaining the toolkit which the IOC has put in place and how everyone in sport can adapt to safeguard and protect, not only our athletes, but all those involved in sport.

Session 4: Eventing Risk Management - Watch on replay

Eventing Risk Management David O’Connor (USA), FEI Bureau Member and Chair of the Eventing Committee, gave an update on the FEI’s Eventing Risk Management programme, presenting the updated 2017 statistics which show that numbers of competitions and numbers of starters have increased significantly and, importantly, numbers of fallers continue to decrease.

FEI Tribunal issues Final Decisions

The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decision on the case opened by the FEI against Khaled Ebrahim Khalil Khairi (FEI ID 10072944) for alleged abuse of the horse Happy Jack (FEI ID 102VA35) at the CEI2* 120km at Sakhir (BRN) on 14 January 2017.

Nassar and Lordan Shine Again With Second Longines Victory in Thermal

By Catie Staszak Two years ago, Nayel Nassar (EGY) won the World Cup qualifier at Thermal (USA) with his then 12-year-old Hanoverian gelding Lordan. In 2018, the partnership returned to form with a second victory in the desert, as the duo won the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping™ Thermal, the final leg of the west coast sub league of the North American League.

Coyle Cruises to First Longines Victory in Wellington

By Catie Staszak Daniel Coyle (IRL) didn’t let up from start to finish, and the 23-year-old swiftly earned the first World Cup qualifier victory of his young career at the $220,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington (USA) aboard Ariel Grange’s Cita.    

Brand new Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ series launches next month

by Louise Parkes   The countdown to the prestigious Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ 2018 - the world’s biggest and most historic team Jumping series - has started, with a sensational double kick-off in Abu Dhabi (UAE) on Saturday 17 February and Ocala (USA) just 24 hours later.    

Luis Alejandro Plascencia O Leads Longines Podium Sweep For Mexico in Guadalajara

By Catie Staszak Heading into the jump-off of his World Cup qualifier debut, 26-year-old Luis Alejandro Plascencia O (MEX) was confident despite the pressure and channeled that to a victory in the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Guadalajara (MEX). “There was only one clear round, and I knew my horse was naturally faster,” said Plascencia, “and I was confident I could catch [the leader] without going crazy.”

FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 WEL: Germany’s Werth and Weihegold are awesome in Amsterdam

by Louise Parkes   Defending series champions, Germany’s Isabell Werth (48) and her magical mare Weihegold OLD, cruised to victory at the sixth leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League in Amsterdam (NED) this afternoon. The dynamic duo floated through their Freestyle test to post 88.540, almost a full percentage point more than their winning score at the third leg of the series on home ground in Stuttgart in November.  

In Memoriam: FEI pays tribute to legendary Swiss Olympian Willi Melliger

Legendary Swiss Olympic jumping athlete Willi Melliger passed away on Tuesday 16 January following a stroke. He was 64. Together with his gelding Calvaro, they were the dream team, winning the silver medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and the team silver at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney (AUS).

Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games to welcome 30 equestrian nations

Equestrian athletes from 11 National Olympic Committees will make their Youth Olympic Games (YOG) debut when they head to Buenos Aires (ARG) this October for the 2018 YOG. Riders from Bolivia, Haiti, Hungary, Honduras, Iraq, Jordan, Mauritius, Mexico, Uzbekistan, Venezuela and Zambia will join athletes from 19 other nations in the Argentinian capital, showcasing the next generation of equestrian talent as they compete in the largest multi-sport youth event in the world.

Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules

The FEI has today announced adverse analytical findings involving equine prohibited substances. The cases involve the use of *Banned Substances under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs). The athletes have been provisionally suspended from the date of notification until the FEI Tribunal renders its decisions. The horses have been provisionally suspended for two months:   Horse: Black Beauty (FEI ID 105WE15/IND) Person Responsible: Sarvesh Singh Pal (FEI ID 10161986/IND)