With plenty of thinking time during the COVID-19 lockdown, the upcoming online FEI Sports Forum is an opportunity to discuss the tricky topics.
Landmark ruling describes fear tactics used by Sheikh Mohammed, but will bombshell revelations affect the reputation of the horse world’s major patron?
Many media did not follow up on important issues surrounding Olympic qualifications, rider doping after a masterful precis issued by the FEI on Feb. 17.
Scandals over Olympic jumping qualifications and endurance races have prompted the FEI to review what is meant by national, international and minor events.
New formats opened the Olympics to many more equestrians from many more countries, but are there really enough capable countries to fill the quotas?
The mass withdrawal of UAE endurance riders and rides from FEI affiliation on January 1 is making it more difficult for the FEI to reform desert racing.
The rights of countries with a minimal international presence to decide upon FEI rules are under the spotlight.
Russian riders may still be able to compete at the Tokyo Olympic Games despite the World Anti Doping Agency's ban from major sports events for four years.
Pippa Cuckson is relieved the next world championships have been awarded to specialist organisers – though endurance 2022 may still present a dilemma.
The Endurance Temporary Committee has worked tirelessly for a year, going further than any of its predecessors dared to with reforms to rescue endurance.