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FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: Convincing victory for Team Belgium in Lisbon

Belgians forge an even stronger lead in Europe Division 2 by Louise Parkes   They had to settle for runner-up spot at the first two legs of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Europe Division 2 series, but last night at the third round in Lisbon, Portugal, a hugely impressive Belgian side clinched victory by a significant margin.   

FEI Endurance Forum 2017: Welfare, education and the future

Welfare, education and the future direction of the sport were prominent topics at the FEI Endurance Forum 2017, which took place this week in Vic, Barcelona (ESP). A total of 100 delegates from over 30 countries gathered together at a pivotal time for the discipline of Endurance, which is seeing massive growth year on year across the globe.

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: Ireland pips Belgium in fierce battle at Norwegian fixture in Drammen

Armyman Curran is the Irish hero: Belgians continue to dominate Europe Division 2 series   by Louise Parkes  

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: France pips Sweden in thrilling jump-off on home ground at La Baule

Olympic champions from France win through with just three counting scores after Roger Yves Bost crashes out   by Louise Parkes  

FEI Tribunal lifts provisional suspensions

The FEI Tribunal has lifted the provisional suspensions of 11 athletes – two Jumping, two Dressage and seven Endurance – and three Endurance trainers. Under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs) athletes have the opportunity to request a lifting of the provisional suspension in front of the FEI Tribunal.

FEI Classics™: Six time Olympian Andrew Nicholson (NZL) finally lifts Badminton trophy, after a record 37 finishes, with Nereo

By Kate Green Fellow competitors erupted in spontaneous cheering as the brilliant New Zealand horseman Andrew Nicholson, 55, at last won the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, fourth leg of the FEI Classics™ after a record 37 attempts over 33 years.   ‘Of course I knew I would win Badminton one day – I just didn’t know when!’ Andrew Nicholson  

FEI Classics™: Olympic silver pair Ingrid Klimke (GER) and Horseware Hale Bob snatch lead after Badminton cross country

By Kate Green German Olympic rider Ingrid Klimke rode an exhilarating cross country round on Horseware Hale Bob at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, fourth leg of the FEI Classics™, and holds a slim 0.4 penalty lead over defending champions Michael Jung and La Biosthetique Sam who were outstanding to finish on their dressage score at the end of a thrilling day’s 4* competition.  

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: Mexico takes maximum points on home ground in Coapexpan

by Louise Parkes   The third and final leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping North America, Central America and Caribbean League in Langley, Canada next month promises to be an absolute cracker after Mexico narrowed the gap on series leaders USA with a superb victory, for the second year in a row, on home ground in Coapexpan yesterday.   

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017: Italy pips Belgium in Division 2 opener at Linz

  Italians take the win: Belgians claim the points by Louise Parkes    

FEI Classics™: Australia’s Olympic medallist Christopher Burton takes dressage lead with Graf Liberty at Badminton

By Kate Green Australia’s Christopher Burton produced a typically elegant display to lead the dressage phase at the 4* Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, fourth leg of the FEI Classics™, with the outstanding mark of 32.9 on the 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse Graf Liberty. The only riders to have bettered Burton’s score in Badminton’s 68-year history are fellow Aussie Andrew Hoy with Darien Powers in 2000 and Britain’s Pippa Funnell on Supreme Rock in 2002.  

FEI Classics™: Thibaut Vallette (FRA) and Qing Du Briot lead dressage on Badminton debut

By Kate Green Thibaut Vallette, 43, a member of France’s victorious Olympic team in Rio last year and an instructor at the legendary Cadre Noir in Saumur, has made a brilliant debut at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, fourth leg of the FEI Classics™. He leads the scoreboard after the first day of dressage at the 4* event on the 13-year-old Qing du Briot ENE HN, his only ride at this level, on a mark of 38.7, with the second half of the field competing tomorrow.

USA Olympian Kent Farrington debuts in Longines world number one slot

Olympic silver medallist Kent Farrington (USA) has overtaken compatriot McLain Ward to jump up to the number one spot in the Longines Rankings for the first time.

FEI TV revamped for new era – watch live and on replay wherever you are – online at www.fei.tv and via the FEI TV App

FEI TV has a brand new look and improved functionalities, with users now able to watch top equestrian competition action anytime, anywhere both live and on replay. The FEI has partnered with NeuLion, a leading global provider of digital live and on-demand sports content, to bring a fully redesigned user experience online at www.fei.tv and on mobile through the new FEI TV app . The new service now offers users the opportunity to re-play all content, so fans need never miss a moment of the action!

FEI Classics™: Michael Jung (GER) makes it three in a row at Kentucky

By Kate Green Germany’s Michael Jung smashed yet another record when winning the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event for the third year running on the 12-year-old FischerRocana, a mare that may not have the biggest movement but certainly has the biggest heart. Jung did have a jumping fence down, but his supremacy in the dressage and cross-country meant he could afford it and is second in the FEI Classics™ after three out of six legs behind the superbly talented Frenchman Maxime Livio (FRA), who finished runner-up at Kentucky on Qalao Des Mers with a clear jumping round.

FEI Classics™: Olympic champion Michael Jung (GER) takes over Kentucky lead after cross country

By Kate Green Even dual Olympic champion Michael Jung admitted cross country day at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, third leg of the FEI Classics™, was a tough one, with  Derek di Grazia’s track posing a serious challenge. However, the German maestro is yet again in pole position on FischerRocana FST, despite finishing four seconds (1.6 time penalties) over the optimum time of 11 minutes 17 seconds and surviving a precarious moment when the brave little mare made an enormous leap into the lake.

FEI Classics™: Clark Montgomery (USA) and Loughan Glen lead at Kentucky

By Kate Green American rider Clark Montgomery rode a superbly smooth dressage test on Loughan Glen to take the lead in front of his new home crowd at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. It’s the third leg of the FEI Classics™, a series that links the world’s six major four-star events and provides valuable cash prizes to the top three in the points table.

Team Germany wins thrilling FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Division 1 opener in Lummen

By Louise Parkes Andre Thieme (42) snatched victory for Team Germany in a thrilling three-way jump-off at today’s opening qualifier of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 1 at Lummen (BEL). The 2016 FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping champions were level with both France and host nation Belgium on just four faults after the first two rounds, and one rider from each side went into a third-round race against the clock.

Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules

The FEI has announced two adverse analytical findings involving prohibited substances. The cases involve the use of Sparteine and Paracetemol, which are *Banned Substances under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs). The athletes listed below have been provisionally suspended from the date of notification (18 April 2017) until the FEI Tribunal renders a decision. The horses, also listed below, have been provisionally suspended for two months:

FEI Bureau in-person meeting - main decisions

FEI Bureau in-person meeting - main decisions Following the successful two-day FEI Sports Forum in Lausanne (SUI), the Bureau met in FEI Headquarters for its spring in-person meeting (12-13 April 2017). The key decisions and updates can be viewed  here .   Notes to Editors About Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) www.fei.org

FEI champions youth events as host cities named for next four years

The FEI Bureau has today allocated host cities for 15 major equestrian events over the next four years. A total of seven Championships and Finals for young Jumping, Dressage and Vaulting athletes will be staged in Asia, South America and Europe. The world’s third most populous city Beijing (CHN) will lead the way as host of the FEI Children’s International Classics Final in December this year.

Sky is the limit for equestrian sport as IOC President presents special trophy to FEI President

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach paid a heartfelt tribute to equestrian sport when presenting FEI President Ingmar De Vos with the IOC President’s Trophy this week during the annual FEI Sports Forum 2017 . “Equestrian sport has a lot to be proud of, and the sky really is the limit,” President Bach said, to huge applause from more than 300 members of the global equestrian community in the Olympic capital of Lausanne on Monday (10 April).

Equine and human athlete welfare key focus on day two of FEI Sports Forum 2017

The welfare of equines and human athletes was top of the agenda on day two of the FEI Sports Forum 2017. Scientific data on Eventing risk management, Endurance risk factors and bone fatigue was presented to more than 330 delegates gathered at the International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne (SUI) today. The FEI has invested in substantial scientific research to evaluate risk factors and risk management and the sixth edition of the Sports Forum provided the platform for evidence-based data to be presented to the equestrian community.

FEI Sports Forum 2017 debates all things Jumping on day one in Lausanne

OVERWHELMING SUPPORT for the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping series was the key takeaway from the opening session at the FEI Sports Forum 2017 in the Olympic capital of Lausanne (SUI) today, when the global equestrian community came together for the two-day meeting, with Jumping as the first-day focus.

HH Prince Faissal honoured with FEI Lifetime Achievement Award

HH Prince Faissal bin Abdullah Al-Saud (KSA) was presented with the FEI Lifetime Achievement Award by FEI President Ingmar De Vos at a special ceremony in Lausanne (SUI) yesterday evening. The ceremony, held in recognition of Prince Faissal’s lifelong services to equestrian sport, was attended by International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach and over 300 delegates of the FEI Sports Forum 2017 .

Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules

The FEI has today announced six adverse analytical findings involving 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 (5 April 2017) until the FEI Tribunal renders its decision, and the horses have been provisionally suspended for two months:   Horse: Luke Skywalker 46 (FEI ID 46 /103XB94/USA) Person Responsible: Paige Johnson (FEI ID 10013411/USA)

Newly crowned Longines FEI World Cup™ champion McLain Ward moves to world number one

McLain Ward (USA), the newly crowned Longines FEI World Cup™ champion and two-time Olympic team gold medallist, has reclaimed the world number one spot in the Longines Rankings. “It is always a great honour to be number one. It reflects the consistency at the top level that we all strive for. Being named number one in the Longines Rankings immediately after my World Cup win is just a great feeling!” McLain Ward 

FEI partners with equestrian data science company EquiRatings on data and risk analysis initiatives

The FEI has signed a four-year agreement with Irish equestrian data science company EquiRatings, which will see the two organisations working together on risk management initiatives for both Eventing and Endurance. The partnership will see EquiRatings work with the FEI’s extensive database which, alongside competition and veterinary data, has been collating statistics on fences, falls and injuries in Eventing and other information related to risk management in international competition for the last 10 years, working closely with National Federations and stakeholders.

Dream finish for Ward as he lifts Longines FEI World Cup™ in Omaha

By Louise Parkes McLain Ward (41) couldn’t hold back the emotions when he finally clinched the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping trophy in Omaha (USA) tonight. It’s been a long time coming, and the victory was very, very sweet. 

Wonderful Werth and Weihegold take World Cup Dressage title by storm

by Louise Parkes When she’s got her game face on, you ain’t messin’ with this lady. But this evening the sometimes seriously scary world no. 1, Germany’s Isabell Werth, really let her hair down during the prizegiving ceremony after clinching her third FEI World Cup™ Dressage title in Omaha (USA). Drenching American runner-up Laura Graves (29) and third-placed British star Carl Hester (49) in a fountain of champagne she celebrated big-time on the podium.

Equestrian fans taken to next level as SAP becomes new FEI sponsor

The FEI and SAP SE, the world’s largest enterprise application software company, have joined forces to push forward the FEI’s global fan engagement strategy for equestrian sport. SAP, which has now become the  Official Analytics Sponsor of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage  series, will be using its long experience of reinventing fan experiences to work with the FEI on engagement opportunities that will bring equestrian and dressage audiences closer to the action and their passion. 

Ward wows the home crowd with another win on the amazing Azur

By Louise Parkes That longed for Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping title is only one more competition away for America’s McLain Ward (41) who, for the second night in a row, rocketed to victory at the Centurylink Center in Omaha (USA) tonight with the brilliant 11-year-old mare HH Azur.

Ward wins first round of Longines Jumping Final by a whisker

by Louise Parkes McLain Ward’s victory with HH Azur in tonight’s first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017 Final was so smooth that defending double-champion, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, showered his American opponent with praise. The double-Olympic team gold medallist, who posted the quickest time in 59.27 seconds, explained the course didn’t leave riders with a lot of options.

Queen Isabell reigns supreme in Dressage Grand Prix

by Louise Parkes She’s 47 and formidable, an exquisite horsewoman and a long-time legend as the most medalled athlete in her sport. Despite a few glitches in her performance with the fabulous mare Weihegold today, Germany’s Isabell Werth won the opening Grand Prix at the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in Omaha, Nebraska by a comfortable 2.5 mark margin when scoring 82.300. “I’m completely happy, but I’ll have to calm my horse down before Saturday because she got so excited in the prizegiving!”

FEI Tribunal issues Final Decision on two banned substance cases

The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decision on two cases involving human Erythropoietin (EPO), a banned substance under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs).

Statement from FEI President on #NoToHarmonization

From the outset, let me state very clearly that the proposal to harmonise Jumping entry fees globally does not come from the FEI. This is a proposal that has come from the Alliance of Jumping Organisers (AJO) following the FEI’s request for National Federation and stakeholder input on CSI/CSIO requirements.

Top-class line-up confirmed for double FEI World Cup™ Finals in Omaha (USA)

Following the final entry deadline overnight for next week’s double FEI World Cup™ Finals (29 March - 2 April,) the confirmed definite entry lists for the horse and athlete combinations that will compete in Omaha, Nebraska (USA) are now available .

FEI hosts International Jumping Riders Club for meeting at HQ

Representatives from the International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC) met with the FEI President and 1 st Vice President in Lausanne (SUI) today for a formal discussion on discipline specific matters that have generated considerable media coverage recently.

Final Decisions in two cases involving banned substances have been issued by the FEI Tribunal

The Jordanian Endurance athlete Nayef Al Fayez (FEI ID 10066952) has been handed down a 30-month suspension following an adverse analytical finding on samples taken from the horse Obama Al Aswad (FEI ID 104DF50) at the 80km CEI*1 in Amman (JOR) on 21 May 2016. The samples tested positive for the banned substance Boldenone, and the controlled medications Dexamethasone, Meloxicam, Phenylbutazone and its metabolite Oxyphenbutazone.

In Memoriam: Olympic equestrian official Neylan Etiman (TUR), 1963-2017

Neylan Etiman (TUR), who worked at three Olympic Games in her capacity as an FEI Jumping Official, has passed away due to complications following surgery. She was 53. She was co-manager of the FEI Stewards’ office at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, was an FEI Steward at London 2012 and worked in the Mixed Zone in Rio last year, as well as running the Stewards’ offices at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Kentucky 2010 and Normandy 2014.

USA’s Todd Minikus and Babalou take top Honours at Longines final leg in Ocala

By Esther Hahn As the final pair to enter the turf field at Live Oak International, the USA’s Todd Minikus and Babalou delivered a commanding, double clear performance to win the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Ocala, the closing leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/2017 North American League season.

FEI pledges support to International Gender Champions network

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) today signed a pledge to become a member of the International Gender Champions Network in Geneva, an initiative committed to working towards gender parity in sport and organisations.

Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Ocala 2017

By Nancy Jaffer   Athletes competing in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League will battle it out for a spot at Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final Omaha 2017 at the league’s last qualifier in Ocala March 12, 2017.

FEI World Cup™ Vaulting Final 2017: Italy and Germany take home male, female and pas-de-deux

By Hannah Eccles Audiences were treated to an epic FEI World Cup™ Vaulting in Dortmund this weekend. The stars of this thrilling series were under pressure to peak when it mattered for this Final, and they did just that in front of fascinated crowds.

In Memoriam: Olympian and former FEI Bureau Member, Jaap Rijks (NED) 1919-2017

Jaap Rijks (NED) Olympic athlete, international Judge, former FEI Treasurer and FEI Bureau member, passed away peacefully on 10 February at his home in Wijk bij Duurstede (NED). He was 97. Jaap Rijks was a member of the Dutch team at the London 1948 Olympic Games in the same year that he made his Nations Cup debut at CHIO Rotterdam with Romanichel. His involvement with the Olympic Movement continued in Los Angeles 1984 and Seoul 1988 where he worked as a Judge.

Seventh FEI World Cup™ Driving title for Boyd Exell

By Cindy Timmer After a breath taking competition at the renowned Gothenburg Horse Show in Sweden, Boyd Exell (AUS) won the FEI World Cup™ Driving Final for the seventh time in his career. The silver went well deserved to Jérôme Voutaz (SUI) who was the winner the day before. Koos de Ronde (NED) took home the bronze.