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New protocol for testing showjumping horses

With effect from 1 January 2009 thermographic and clinical examinations of horses during high-level showjumping competitions will come into force and has been approved for use by the FEI. Directly

CCE, Polo & Others News

Duarte Seabra claimed the Duke of Atholl Trophy

There was plenty of drama at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials over the weekend, culminating in a special delivery by the RAF Falcons parachute display team, who landed in

Dressage News

Beijing gears up for the Paralympics

Eighteen of Beijing's 31 Olympic venues are being reconfigured in preparation for the influx of athletes and spectators when the Paralympics begin a week from Saturday. Hong Kong will host

Dressage International News Show Jumping

Update regarding Doping / Medication Cases at the 2008 Olympic Games

The FEI has received confirmation that the B samples for the four cases involving the presence of the banned substance capsaicin have all yielded positive test results, thus confirming the

CCE, Polo & Others News

Amazing victory for Clayton Fredericks in Martinvast

After an amazing cross country test on Saturday afternoon which confirmed the supremacy of British riders Pippa Funnell and Zara Phillips, the final test of show jumping moved deeply the

LIfe & Style News

Fifty horses drown as flood hits equestrian club

Heavy rain in Mexico City has caused the death by drowning of at least 50 horses and the 60 year old man who tried to save them, Emilio Campos Ballesteros.

Dressage Fairs & Events International News

Top-priced Hanoverian foal sold at Euro 120,000

Third best result since introduction of Foal and Broodmare Auction Verden. A stallion holder from a French stud farm paid Euro 120,000 Euro for “Quasar”. The Quaterback/Wolkentanz I-son (breeder: Erika

News Show Jumping

Ointment at centre of Olympic horse drug scandal

Could a “Deep Heat” style product, used on sore muscles, have been the undoing of four showjumpers whose mounts returned positive tests for a banned substance at the Olympic Games?

Animal Health News Show Jumping

BEIJING 2008: Ointment at centre of Olympic horse drug scandal

Could a “Deep Heat” style product, used on sore muscles, have been the undoing of four showjumpers whose mounts returned positive tests for a banned substance at the Olympic Games?

LIfe & Style News

BEIJING 2008: Typhoon Nuri stops horses and riders form leaving Hong Kong

Hong Kong issued its strongest storm warning in five years on Friday as Typhoon Nuri brought gale-force winds and heavy rains, halting trade on the financial markets and shutting down