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Milestone reached for Equestrian Education

The International Group for Equestrian Qualifications (IGEQ), announced that a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the IGEQ and the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI). In keeping with international trends,

Dressage News

Patrick Kittel escapes disciplinary action

No action will be taken against Patrick Kittel, the dressage rider at the centre of last year's controversial “blue tongue” row. The governing body of horse sport — the International

LIfe & Style News

Dior inspired by the equestrian theme

Christian Dior's spring 2010 couture show walked in Paris today, and boy are we thrilled to see those models in pants and tops instead of bras and slips. Whereas last

LIfe & Style News

Meydan Ready for World Horse Racing

The opening of Dubai's US$2 billion racetrack is the latest indication that the indebted Gulf sheikdom has no plans to scale down ambitions to host high profile sports events, particularly

Horse Racing News

US jockey apologises after starting a fight mid-horserace

A jockey in America has issued a public apology after starting a fight in the middle of a horserace. Eriluis Vaz said the fight during a race at Philadelphia Park

Driving News

Würgler takes it all in Leipzig

Switzerland’s Daniel Würgler has won the sixth leg of the FEI World Cup Driving competition in Leipzig, Germany. Würgler drove two impeccable clear and fast rounds and stayed ahead of

Dressage News

Gal and Totilas on top in Amsterdam

The Netherlands' Edward Gal and Moorlands Totilas swept to victory in the seventh leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage series in Amsterdam this afternoon to rocket up to the

International News

FEI dismisses BEF's demand

The FEI Tribunal has announced its decision in the case of the British Equestrian Federation’s (BEF) challenge to the FEI Bureau resolution relegating the British team from the FEI Nations

LIfe & Style News

Olympic rider Chiacchia arrested

Former Olympic equestrian rider Darren Chiacchia has been arrested in central Florida, accused of failing to tell his former partner that he has the HIV virus. Chiacchia was arrested Wednesday,

Breeders News

Hermes de Mariposa Champion BWP 2010

On the first selection day (Thursday, January 14), the selection committee decided that all candidates were allowed to continue the selection procedure on the second day, i.e. all stallions were