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Germany claims top four places in Neumünster FEI Dressage World Cup

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl celebrated her 33rd birthday with a win in the third leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup Western European League with TSF Dalera BB.

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John Roche, FEI Jumping Director since 2007, set to retire

The FEI’s Jumping Director John Roche, who has played a key role since first joining the Federation in May 1987, will retire at the end of February.

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Dutch duo untouchable in Grand Prix and Freestyle at Mechelen

The Netherlands’ Emmelie Scholtens and Desperado NOP took another step towards stardom with a superb victory in the FEI Dressage World Cup in Belgium.

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Young Ex-FIFA Lawyer Elected New Chair of FEI Tribunal

The FEI’s disciplinary body has recruited fresh talent from other sports – but their absence of equestrian experience is causing a stir.

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Main decisions from in-person Board meeting at FEI General Assembly

FEI President Ingmar De Vos opened the first in-person meeting of the FEI Board at the FEI General Assembly 2019 in Moscow (RUS) with a vote of thanks to outgoing Board members and a particular vote of thanks to the Russian hosts. The President of Ru

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Last-Minute Talks May Save Reining as an FEI Horse Sport

Reining may yet win a reprieve from the FEI. Delegates at the FEI General Assembly (GA) in Moscow next month (November 16-19) were expecting to remove reining from the FEI family, but it has emerged the FEI is in active talks with the National Reinin

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FEI partners with horse transport pros Peden Bloodstock

Peden Bloodstock has today signed an agreement to become the FEI’s Official Equine Logistics Partner and new title partner of the FEI Best Athlete Award. The company specialises in first class horse travel and the provision of associated equine hea

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