The most prestigious series in equestrian history is guaranteed a secure future with enhanced prize money and financial incentives.
The former CEO of Horse Sport Ireland, "an advocate for change," takes charge of the FEI's fastest-growing disciplines.
The FEI consulted industry experts and individuals with disabilities about improving accessibility for athletes, staff and spectators.
There are 500 days to go as 8 countries have earned their berths out of 15 slots; a total of 78 athlete/horse combinations will vie for medals.
The World Bitless Association has made a formal request to the FEI to allow bit-free bridles in FEI competition, particularly dressage.
The FEI will continue to prohibit Russian and Belarusian athletes, horses and officials from FEI Events until further notice.
The FEI’s oldest equestrian team series is set for a makeover in 2024, including a simplified format and a proposed new name.
Top jumping nations are divided over proposals to revitalize the team contest, with fears it will end the historic practice of one per country.
The previous minimum period for a medical and maternity leave was six months; it has been shortened to three months.
The practice of “calendar blocking” by shows occupying multiple dates they don’t use is to be tackled by eye-watering financial penalties.