The Court of Arbitration for Sport has upheld the suspension of the United Arab Emirates National Federation in respect to all disciplines.
Canada’s Tribunal member rejects claims that the prohibited substances resulted from surgery ‘a few days before the race.’
Lawyers argue it is unfair that riders and suppliers who are not involved to be punished for the wrongdoings of endurance.
Ingmar de Vos says NFs cannot 'apply the rules only as and when it suits them’ after investigations into the 2020 Sheikh Mohammed and President’s Cups.
Court of Arbitration for Sport rules that the FEI legal process for horse abuse fulfils its statutory obligation and laudatory goal to uphold horse welfare.
The FEI Endurance World Championships, due to be held at San Rossore in September of this year, have been postponed until 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The FEI Tribunal has imposed record sanctions in a horse abuse and anti-doping violation case, sentencing the rider to a 20-year suspension and fines.
The FEI Tribunal said there was a clear pattern to the arsenic use, and drew ‘adverse inference’ from the Omani rider’s failure to respond.
Iowa’s Ellen and Jeremy Olson also face criminal proceedings for falsifying vaccination records of their two international endurance horses.
San Rossore in Italy can continue to host September's medal event but organizer Gianluca Laliscia must be ‘hands off’ and FEI will appoint all officials.
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