Prohibited substance cases under FEI anti-doping rules

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:

Horse: Blaze of Glory II (FEI ID 103LD21/GBR)
Person Responsible: Henry Turrell (FEI ID 10012428/GBR)
Event: CSI3* – Vilamoura (POR), 6-12.03.2017
Prohibited Substance: Sparteine

Horse: Chanel Van De Zeshoek (FEI ID 103GA48/RSA)
Person Responsible: Jeanne Engela (FEI ID 10073226/RSA)
Event: CSI1*-W – Polokwane (RSA), 31.08-04.09.2016
Prohibited Substance: Paracetemol

Details on these cases can be found here.

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