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Tightened Biosecurity Measures for World Cup Final Provide FEI, Organizers Confidence Championship Will Go On in 3 Weeks

9 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Tightened Biosecurity Measures for World Cup Final Provide FEI, Organizers Confidence Championship Will Go On in 3 Weeks
The World Cup Finals of dressage and jumping have been cleared to go ahead in three weeks with spectators sharply limited by the coronavirus and extra biosecurity for horses to guard against Equine Herpes Virus at Gothenburg, Sweden in the first equestrian championships of 2021. Read More

America’s Rich Fellers, 2012 World Cup Jumping Champion, London Olympic Team Rider, Suspended by SafeSport for “Allegations of Misconduct” by Former Student

10 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on America’s Rich Fellers, 2012 World Cup Jumping Champion, London Olympic Team Rider, Suspended by SafeSport for “Allegations of Misconduct” by Former Student
Rich Fellers, the 2012 jumping World Cup champion and U.S. team rider at the London Olympics, and his wife, Shelley, have been temporarily suspended by U.S. Center for SafeSport effective Tuesday, for "allegations of misconduct,"  according to the organization. Read More

FEI Sets Up Group to Urgently Create Roadmap for Future of Endurance After Tryon World Games Fiasco

3 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on FEI Sets Up Group to Urgently Create Roadmap for Future of Endurance After Tryon World Games Fiasco
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Oct. 22, 2018--The FEI, International Equestrian Federation, announced Monday formation of a temporary committee to urgently "create roadmap for the future of Endurance," a discipline that has been embroiled for years in controversy culminating in cancelation of the world championship at Tryon last month Read More