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FEI Nears Its Unofficial 55-flag Target for Tokyo but it Hasn’t Been Easy

New formats opened the Olympics to many more equestrians from many more countries, but are there really enough capable countries to fill the quotas?

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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U.S. Equestrian Federation’s Annual Meeting Focused on Innovation

A new approach to the U.S. Equestrian Federation's convention departed from the usual rulemaking while emphasizing growth and vision.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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UAE2020 Endurance: Business as Usual in the Killing Fields

The mass withdrawal of UAE endurance riders and rides from FEI affiliation on January 1 is making it more difficult for the FEI to reform desert racing.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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It’s Farewell to Laura Graves’ Top Partner Verdades

The USA's top dressage horse, Verdades (aka Diddy), won't be making the trip to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with his rider, Laura Graves.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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An New Interesting Initiative for U.S. Eventing?

Don't bet on it yet, but there's a possibility you may be able to wager on eventing in the not so distant future, thanks to the U.S. Eventing Association.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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Equestrian Canada Snapshot: Interesting New Changes

Kerri McGregor reviews the changes being made at Canada’s governing body of equestrian sport, which has a new CEO and updated policies.

By: Kerri McGregor

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FEI decision-making: is one country, one vote sustainable?

The rights of countries with a minimal international presence to decide upon FEI rules are under the spotlight.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Russian riders may still compete in Tokyo despite WADA ban

Russian riders may still be able to compete at the Tokyo Olympic Games despite the World Anti Doping Agency's ban from major sports events for four years.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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It’s an Exciting New Day for Fair Hill and U.S. Eventing

As eventers say farewell to Fair Hill as a 3- and 4-star venue that has served the sport well, they look forward to having a 5-star nearby next autumn.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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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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