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!
The Horse and Hound is reporting that the FEI delay and revote on the progressive list is nearly a certainty: “Although a firm decision has not yet been announced, every equestrian nation H&H has contacted...» Read More!
“The FEI originally decided to postpone enactment until April, but under continuing pressure from a variety of nations, on Friday it contacted all its member countries asking for permission not to enact the NSAIDs rule...» Read More!
A high-ranking executive with the USEF said that “implementation of the progressive list has been delayed a year” during the public USEF High Performance Eligible Athletes Eventing Committee meeting at the USEA convention in Reston,...» 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!