While America slept, Belgium’s Ingmar de Vos was elected as the new FEI President at the FEI General Assembly in Azerbaijan. It was a landslide victory, with De Vos earning 98 votes out of a...» Read More!
With the recent announcement by HRH Princess Haya that she will not run for re-election this year, the presidential position at the FEI has officially opened up. Six candidates have submitted applications to be the...» Read More!
Poor Princess Haya. Girl’s been looking forward to her December 2014 farewell party for probably eight years now but the FEI General Assembly keeps blocking her exit. Imagine being the bigwig at some company and,...» Read More!
Well, it’s that time of year – April showers bring puddles and sloppy mud that turn your cleanest barn clothes into some kind of earth-toned Jackson Pollock painting. If you fear for the state of your...» Read More!
The HSBC Eventing Riders’ World Rankings were updated recently with several riders making remarkable jumps up the board. As expected, Andrew Nicholson and William Fox-Pitt are sitting first and second, with 634 and 621 points...» Read More!
The FEI posted a press release today titled “National Federations call on HRH Princess Haya to stand for third term as FEI President.” Which struck me as strange because I’d just read this other story...» Read More!
New details are emerging about the type of equine drugs seized by UK officials from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s jet in May, which triggered a subsequent raid in August at his Moorley Farm...» Read More!
The big news today is FEI President Princess Haya won’t be seeking a third term, which doesn’t exactly come as a surprise considering her husband is currently embroiled in a horse doping scandal. Click here...» Read More!
The Horse & Hound is reporting that there is growing opposition to Princess Haya seeking a third term as president of the FEI. As the most prominent wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al...» Read More!
From FEI Press Release: …In line with the Bureau’s earlier decision, theÂ present Equine Prohibited ListÂ and its accompanying Rules andÂ Veterinary RegulationsÂ will remain in effect until 4 April 2010. As of 5 April 2010, the FEI will...» Read More!
From Horsetalk.co.nz: “[Equestrian Sport of New Zealand] chief executive and secretary general Jim Ellis laid out New Zealand’s position in an open letter to FEI head Alex McLin… “Our international federation should be working to...» Read More!
Excerpts from the FEI’s letter sent out to all member federations last week about postponing the ‘progressive list’ until a revote in November 2010, a move that we originally reported on Friday after hearing about it at...» Read More!
Eventing Nation has been extensively covering this FEI controversy since we first reported rumors of the potential change two weeks ago. When I got to the convention, I was excited to chat with more riders about the issue,...» Read More!
Flat out, here is the most informative article that has been published during the bute FEI turmoil. We are glad to work with horsetalk.co.nz, and they did a great job on this one. They have...» Read More!
The full press release from the FEI. “The FEI has announced today (1 December) that the FEI Bureau has passed a Resolution delaying implementation of the new Equine Prohibited Substances List and the accompanying Equine...» Read More!
FEI President Princess Haya responded today to the growing dissent within the equestrian community about the FEI’s decision to allow low levels of bute and other NSAID’s. “…In equestrian sport, the predominant argument in recent...» Read More!
Eventing Nation has obtained a copy of a letter sent from a group of high-ranking FEI vets, including past and current members for the FEI veterinary commission. The letter was sent on Tuesday to FEI...» Read More!