The 2018 FEI General Assembly, which takes place on Tuesday, November 20 at the Gulf Hotel in Manama (BRN), will be available to watch live from 9:00 a.m. local time. Click here to view.
In addition, we will have a blog running throughout the day updating all the news from the session. Access the blog here from 9:00 a.m. local time.
All information on the FEI General Assembly, including the programme, is available here.
The FEI General Assembly acts as a platform for discussions and voting on the major decisions of the FEI and the governance of the sport. It is held in a different location every year.
The FEI General Assembly governs the overall direction, development, and management of the FEI’s disciplines worldwide. Elections are held at the FEI General Assembly and decisions are taken, by vote, on changes to FEI Statutes, long-term strategies, FEI budgets, and important equestrian matters.
Media queries in connection with the FEI General Assembly and requests for interviews should be sent to the FEI Communications team.
How competitive have your Training results been? What’s a good dressage score? What scores could earn you a top finish? We’ve been taking a look at each USEA level and as we continue this series, EquiRatings offers some stats and graphs to help evaluate your Training game.
The CCI4*-S had an exciting shake-up of the top placings to finish out the International divisions at the Twin Rivers Fall International. It was Tamie Smith and Passepartout, an 11-year-old German Sport Horse gelding (Pasco x Preschel) owned by Tamie's daughter Kaylawna Smith-Cook, who came out on top with the fastest cross-country time of the group. Ruth Bley’s 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding Danito (Dancier x Wie Musik) took second. Erin Kellerhouse and her own Woodford Reserve rounded out the top three.
Knowing what sort of support your horse needs can be tough, but it can also make a big difference. There’s a lot of confusion between your horse’s foregut health and hindgut health. After all, the process of breaking down food and absorbing nutrients is all technically “digestion,” so isn’t it all the same? Not quite. The organs in the foregut and hindgut have different functions, and each area has unique health concerns.
This year, the Area VI Championships took place on a sweltering weekend in Ramona, California at the Copper Meadows Horse Trials. In order to qualify to compete in the Area VI Championships in 2020, riders had to earn two MERs at the level at an event in Area VI during the qualifying period from August 1, 2019 to August 18, 2020.