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FEI Board approves Jumping Calendar Task Force resolutions

The FEI Board has approved a number of resolutions proposed by the Jumping Calendar Task Force aimed at minimising the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on the FEI Calendar and

International News

FEI Jumping Calendar Task Force agrees resolutions at first virtual meeting

The Jumping Calendar Task Force, one of eight discipline-specific task forces created by the FEI to evaluate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the FEI Calendar and propose ways

Animal Health News

More than 100 horses dead as African Horse Sickness strikes Thailand

“This disease has just occurred in Thailand. We’ve never had it in the past” The director-general of the Department of Livestock Development, Sorawit Thanito, says more than 100 horses in

News Olympic Games

FEI President welcomes speedy decision on rescheduled Tokyo 2020 dates

The FEI President has welcomed the announcement of the new dates for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which will run from 23 July to 8 August, and for the Paralympic

News Olympic Games

Coronavirus: FEI in touch with Olympic organisers

The FEI says it is “following the coronavirus situation closely” and in regular contact with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Tokyo Olympics organisers. There have been more than

News Show Jumping

Dutch Masters welcomes top of show jumping

The Dutch Masters will welcome the world’s top riders. No less than 20 out of the top 25 of the World Rankings for jumping riders will come to the Brabanthallen

Dressage News

Steffen Peters and His Powerhouse Suppenkasper win the GP Special

Steffen Peters (USA) threw his hands in the air as his winning score of 77.106% was announced in the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI5*, presented by Palm Beach Equine Clinic.

Dressage News

Cesar Parra and Bumblebee nailed a huge personal best 75,535%

Cesar Parra (USA) nailed a huge new personal best in the FEI Intermediate I CDI3*, presented by Restylane. He rode Mr Bumblebee, Karen Blank’s shy 12-year-old gelding by Sting to

News Olympic Games

Tokyo 2020 team and individual quota places confirmed by FEI

Following concerns raised about FEI Jumping Events in France and Syria where Olympic and Longines Ranking points were on offer, the FEI has investigated events at both Villeneuve-Loubet (FRA) and

News Show Jumping

FEI Jumping Director John Roche to retire

The FEI’s Jumping Director John Roche, who has played a key role in equestrian sport’s global governing body since first joining the Federation in May 1987, will retire at the