Category: Comment

When FEI stabling rules and quarantine requirements collide
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When FEI stabling rules and quarantine requirements collide

Riders need to tread carefully, suggests attorney Robin Trupp.

Endurance controversy continues at breakneck speed
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Endurance controversy continues at breakneck speed

French event paints a grim picture and the trouble appears far from over.

Is equestrian sport no longer feeling the love?
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Is equestrian sport no longer feeling the love?

Uncomfortable questions over the future of horse sports.

Neil Spratt comes to grief in the water on Upleadon.
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Badminton 2014: This is as tough as it gets

Event harks back to times of old, when an average dressage test could still win.

FEI President Princess Haya
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FEI presidency: Could Princess Haya be swayed to stay on?

Come December, will the Jordanian princess still lead the FEI?

Is global unity still possible in the world of endurance?
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Is global unity still possible in the world of endurance?

The endurance controversy centred on the Middle East is both delicate and complex.

Could a breakaway endurance body succeed?
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Could a breakaway endurance body succeed?

Rumblings on both sides of the Atlantic raise the prospect of a breakaway group.

Olympic equestrian coin
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Horse sports at the Olympics: Let’s take nothing for granted

FEI moves to shore up interests in big year for Olympic reform.

It's not all black and white when it comes to FEI yellow cards
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It’s not all black and white when it comes to FEI yellow cards

The FEI’s yellow-card system is not withouts its foibles.

Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou in the 2006 film adaptation of The Da Vinci Code.
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Is the Holy Grail hidden within the FEI?

Who holds the presidential keystone within the corridors of equestrian power?

Kiwis right to be worried over dangerous EHV-1 outbreak
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Kiwis right to be worried over dangerous EHV-1 outbreak

Important questions around Waikato outbreak remain unanswered.

US endurance rider John Crandell, pictured during a vet check at the 2011 Pan American Championships.
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More bureaucracy will not clean up endurance

Leading American endurance rider John Crandell provides a perspective on the need for reform.

Donald Trump, Cassadee Pope, and Mark Bellissimo.
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Is Wellington the dark horse in the race for WEG 2018?

Palm Beach County has pretty much all the necessary infrastructure in place already.

The endurance controversy: It's showtime!
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The endurance controversy: It’s showtime!

The FEI General Assembly has its headline act. Let the show begin.

Mercury rising: The show must go on in Montreux
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Mercury rising: The show must go on in Montreux

What will delegates to the FEI General Assembly discuss over a few wines and canapes?

Trouble in the FEI playground: Arnould on report
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Trouble in the FEI playground: Arnould on report

Does Pierre Arnould deserve to be in trouble for speaking his mind?

Jock Paget.
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Reserpine in an eventer? That makes no sense

It is hard to imagine reserpine would deliver any benefit to an eventing horse.

The long and pot-holed road to WEG 2018
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The long and pot-holed road to WEG 2018

The WEG action has been exhausting – and that’s just selecting the 2018 host.

FEI President Princess Haya announces the 16 million Euro four-year sponsorship package for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup.
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Departure of Haya sure to be a blow to equestrian sport

Princess Haya’s influence and profile in global sports politics will be sorely missed.

Scant progress made in EU horsemeat regulation
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Scant progress made in EU horsemeat regulation

The EC has consistently failed to stop imports from countries that don’t meet safety requirements.

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