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HiLo Scoring Proposal that Drew Opposition from Many Riders, Judges, Organizers, Spectators Reported Off Table–Again

3 months ago admin Comments Off on HiLo Scoring Proposal that Drew Opposition from Many Riders, Judges, Organizers, Spectators Reported Off Table–Again
A proposal for so-called HiLo scoring that was pushed for two years by the International Equestrian Federation but opposed by much of the rest of the dressage world--top riders, judges, show organizers and spectators--has reportedly been dropped by the FEI Read More

FEI Reports “Very High” Level of Interest, Quality of Submissions to Host 2022 Individual World Championships With 2 Weeks to Deadline

3 months ago admin Comments Off on FEI Reports “Very High” Level of Interest, Quality of Submissions to Host 2022 Individual World Championships With 2 Weeks to Deadline
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Feb. 13, 2018--The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) reported Wednesday "very high" level of interest and quality of submissions two weeks ahead of the deadline to bid for world championships in 2022 of the eight international horse sports that for 28 years were combined into a single World Equestrian Games. Read More

Alleged Abuse Case Involving Rider & Trainer at Wellington Dressage CDI Sidestepped by International & USA Federations

4 months ago admin Comments Off on Alleged Abuse Case Involving Rider & Trainer at Wellington Dressage CDI Sidestepped by International & USA Federations
WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 29, 2019--A decision by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) and considered appropriate by the U.S. Equestrian Federation to not become involved in one of the first alleged incidents of violence at a horse show after America's Safe Sport Act was signed into law has thrust dressage judges into the unfamiliar role of dealing with violent actions that occur on show grounds Read More

Isabell Werth Slams FEI “Short” Grand Prix to Debut at London Olympia World Cup

5 months ago admin Comments Off on Isabell Werth Slams FEI “Short” Grand Prix to Debut at London Olympia World Cup
FRANKFURT, Germany, Dec. 17, 2018—Isabell Werth, the German dressage superstar and the most decorated Olympic equestrian in history, dismissed as making no sense shortening the Grand Prix that will have its first experiment at the World Cup event at London Olympia on Monday Read More

FEI Limits Number of World Cup Qualifiers in Central European Nations

6 months ago admin Comments Off on FEI Limits Number of World Cup Qualifiers in Central European Nations
The International Equestrian Federation has limited the number of World Cup qualifiers to three but earn points in two in any single Central European nation for 2019-20 that the FEI says is designed "to ensure fairness across all countries and a level playing field" but at least one country challenged the move as limiting development of dressage Read More

FEI to Monitor Equestrian Australia Dispute, Describing Situation as “Internal Affair,” No Breach of International Membership Rules

6 months ago admin Comments Off on FEI to Monitor Equestrian Australia Dispute, Describing Situation as “Internal Affair,” No Breach of International Membership Rules
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Nov. 29, 2018--The International Equestrian Federation said Thursday it will monitor the situation with Equestrian Australia that the country's national daily newspaper labeled a "crisis," but there was no indication of a breach of FEI membership requirements in what appeared to be an "internal affair." Read More

Age Limits of FEI Officials to be Abolished, Replacement With “Competency” System Promised by FEI but to “Take Some Time”

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Age Limits of FEI Officials to be Abolished, Replacement With “Competency” System Promised by FEI but to “Take Some Time”
Age limits on international dressage judges and other officials are likely to be abolished and replaced by a "competency based evaluation system" as part of a sweeping makeover of decision-making of equestrian competitions Read More