Apr 16, 2019

FEI Sports Forum 2019 - Watch on replay!

By FEI - Press Release

The eighth edition of the FEI Sports Forum 2019, held at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne (SUI) this week is now available to view on replay on fei.org.

If you missed our live stream coverage, you can watch the entire replay right now on the following links:

Session 1: Gender equality

Session 2: Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Session 3: Review of the legal system

Session 4: Future of Reining

Session 5: Endurance – Qualification of horses and athletes: Reducing welfare risks

Session 6: Endurance – Educating officials and correct application of rules

Session 7: Endurance – Improvement and innovations to reshape Endurance

All supporting documents of the sessions are available to download here

Feb 24, 2020 Young Riders

2021 and 2022 Eventing NAYC Bid Application now Available

The US Equestrian Federation is accepting bid applications to host the 2021 and 2022 North American Youth Championships (NAYC) for Eventing. US Equestrian must receive completed bids on or before Friday, March 27, 2020, by 5:00 p.m. EDT for consideration.

Feb 24, 2020 Eventing News

Twin Rivers Winter Horse Trials News

Pan Am Games team gold medalist Tamra Smith and Mai Baum and five-star pairs Andrea Baxter and Indy 500 and Frankie Thieriot Stutes and Chatwin headline a strong Advanced field when Twin Rivers begins an exciting season of eventing competition this weekend.

Feb 24, 2020 Future Event Horse

FEH and YEH Championship Judges and Qualifications Announced

The USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse (YEH) programs have around 30 qualifying competitions each, and youngsters around the country are about to begin their seasons aimed at Championships.

Feb 23, 2020 Education

The 411 on Colic

As the season begins to turn, the temperature begins to drop, turnout time becomes more limited, schedules shift to accommodate the waning daylight and the possibility for a colicky horse increases. While the exact environmental causes of colic are not well understood, a commonly accepted theory is that any abrupt changes to a horse’s environment or schedule can increase the risk of colic.

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