Articles - endurance

18-Year-Old Rider at the Centre of Endurance Steroids Case

The horse involved in a blood controversy at the world young riders’ endurance championships, called 8 Minute, has tested positive to three banned steroids.

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Riders at UAE President’s Cup Emirates Reminded Not to Abuse Horses

A list of extra rules for last Saturday’s big desert endurance race shines a light on the true extent of past abuse and cheating on the field of play.

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FEI Dismisses Persistent Welfare Concerns

The FEI’s attempts to assure the global horse community that welfare issues in endurance are being addressed have been dealt a further blow

FEI Round Table Session on Endurance

FEI President HRH Princess Haya has asked Andrew Finding, a board member of the European Equestrian Federation, to chair a round table session that will look into areas of concern within the sport of Endurance. The FEI has invited representatives fro

UPDATE: Video Evidence of Abuse at Bahrain Endurance Race

The FEI has received the official report of abuse from the Chief Steward at CEI2* Sakhir in Bahrain, which confirms that this incident was reported.

FEI Endurance Forum in Costa Rica

Over 64 delegates from FEI Group V attended an FEI Endurance Forum in Tilaran, Costa Rica on January 23-25  2015, the first Forum following the introduction of the new Endurance rules on August 1st last year. FEI Group V covers Colombia, Costa Rica

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New Mind-set at the Heart of Latest Endurance Reforms

A complete change in mind-set is at the heart of the endurance reforms presented at the FEI Sports Forum earlier this week. Read the proposed changes.

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FEI Investigates ‘Illegal Jab’ Video

An FEI investigation is underway following allegations that a top-placed horse in the King’s Cup was illegally injected in the final vet-gate.

Five Borrowed Horses Fail Dope Tests in UAE Endurance

Five endurance horses loaned to foreign nationals for rides in the UAE this winter have failed dope tests, with half the 2017-2018 desert season still to go

Chair of the Dutch Endurance Team Resigns

The Chair of the Dutch Endurance team, Marc van den Dungen, has resigned his position and explained his decision in an open letter to the Royal Dutch Equestrian Federation. For the benefit of: concerned and interested parties and the press. Concernin

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