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Swiss Land ‘Final’ Tokyo Slot, But Team Chances Still Out There

Despite all the format manipulation aimed at admitting new countries, Olympic hopefuls in eventing still have to meet the Minimum Eligibility Requirement.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Coroner’s 31 Recommendations to Make Australian Eventing Safer

Sydney, Australia’s deputy state coroner presented his findings into the deaths of Olivia Inglis and Caitlyn Fischer, who both died at events in 2016.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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New York Becomes Prized Addition to Longines Global Champions Tour

It took a special effort, but the show jumping competition on Governors Island was one to remember for Longines Global Champions competitors and fans.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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Equestrian Canada Cancels Registered Participant Status

Equestrian Canada has eliminated Registered Participants for insurance reasons, but it’s likely that they confused these people with Persons Responsible.

By: Kerri McGregor

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Contamination is Becoming a Stain on Equestrian Sport

Whether an athlete has cheated or not, using “contamination” as a defence in doping cases is becoming common place in all sports, including equestrian.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Texas Show Joins the World Cup Show Jumping Scene

A brand new show in Fort Worth is on a reduced list of locations hosting show jumping qualifiers in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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Equestrian Journalists are Latest Targets of SafeSport Awareness

The U.S. Equestrian Federation, which restricts trainers’ interaction with minors, will now require journalists to undergo criminal background checks.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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UAE Endurance: Letting the Fox Rule the Hen House

The FEI’s latest attempts at reforming endurance rules are in the final stages of consultation, and the UAE has offered some questionable suggestions.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Major upgrade for HITS Ocala in the works

The sale this month of 16 HITS shows in California and Arizona means an upgrade for the company’s offerings in Ocala, Fla., according to CEO Tom Struzzieri.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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Supporters Rally Around George Morris After SafeSport Ban

A wave of reaction has met the news that former U.S. show jumping coach George Morris has been issued a lifetime ban by the U.S. Center for SafeSport.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer