Sessions will include World Championship and Olympic updates, standards, veterinary regulations, eventing, dressage and para-dressage rules.
Discussions will include Paris 2024 Olympic/Paralympic regulations, a World Championships progress report, and more.
The approval of the sports program will take place Feb. 2022 and the finalization of events and athlete quotas will be confirmed following Paris 2024.
The International Jumping Riders Club continues to query why countries who will never qualify a rider get to influence big Olympics decisions.
Over 80% of member nations vote to find new fifth discipline as UIPM congress flags up the danger of using tradition to defend your sport.
It is rare for committee members to divulge internal disagreement over major policy decisions, but the future Olympic format continues to divide riders and the FEI.
Moves are afoot to limit voting rights of countries that will never qualify a rider for the Olympics, but far too late to help those who favour teams of four.
The FEI president confirmed there would be a preliminary vote on teams of three or four prior to a vote on the qualification system.
Decision to replace show jumping could be unlawful; meanwhile UIPM president backtracks over his TV interview in another rollercoaster week.
665 athletes have signed a vote of non-confidence in their global governing body following the decision to drop riding from Modern Pentathlon.