Equestrian

FEI lifts Paget's provisional suspension

By Emily Goddard

Jock Paget is free to compete again after the FEI lifted his provisional suspension ©Getty ImagesThe International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has lifted the provisional suspension placed on Jock Paget after his horse failed an equine anti-doping test last year.

"Pivotal" framework to standardise movement of horses for international competitions hailed by FEI

By Nick Butler

Princess Haya alongside OIE director general Bernard Vallat (left) and other representatives from major health organisations, during the meetingA major milestone in the drive to improve the international movement of high-level horses has been hailed by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) following a "pivotal decision" by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).

Havaris to take up chief executive role with Equine Canada after shifting from taekwondo

By Nick Butler

Eva Havaris has been announced as the new chief executive of Equine Canada ©Equine CanadaExperienced sports administrator Eva Havaris has been appointed the new chief executive of Equine Canada and will take up her position on June 9, it has been announced. 

Giant hoof print art on Normandy beach marks 100 days to World Equestrian Games

By Emily Goddard

Giant 2.3m by 2.5m horse hoof prints created in the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel mark 100 days to the start of the FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy ©FEIThe International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has marked the start of the 100 days to go countdown to this year's World Equestrian Games with a piece of sand art on the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy.

British Dressage appoints new chief executive

By Paul Osborne

Jason Brautigam will take over the role of British Dressage chief executive ©British DressageJason Brautigam is set to take the role of chief executive at British Dressage following the departure of Amanda Bond next month. 

London 2012 equestrian manager Hadaway awarded BEF Medal of Honour

By Emily Goddard

Tim Hadaway has received his BEF Medal of Honour ©Kit Houghton/FEITim Hadaway, the International Equestrian Federation's (FEI) director of Games and Championships, has received a British Equestrian Federation (BEF) award in recognition of his work on the sport's London 2012 competition.

Britain breaks equestrian records with world number ones in all three Olympic disciplines

By Emily Goddard

British riders have broken all-time records, occupying the world number one slots in all three Olympic equestrian disciplines ©FEIBritish riders Scott Brash, Charlotte Dujardin and William Fox-Pitt have broken all-time records by topping the world rankings in all three Olympic equestrian disciplines - jumping, dressage and eventing respectively.

FEI unveil bids from three continents for next four years of events

By Nick Butler

Kentucky is one of two cities vying for the 2018 World Equestrian Games eight years after hosting the event in 2010 ©AFP/Getty ImagesA total of 11 cities spanning Asia, North America and Europe are vying to host major equestrian events over the next four years, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has confirmed.

Ticket sales up on previous editions but still 130,000 to sell for World Equestrian Games

By Gary Anderson

April 29 - Normandy 2014 chief executive says ticket sales are best ever for World Equestrian Games ©AFP/Getty ImagesTicket sales for this year's World Equestrian Games in Normandy are the best yet, it has been claimed, even though there are still around 130,000 left to sell with less than three months to go.
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