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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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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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Team Belgium tops first round at Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final

Colombia, Ireland and Italy still in the hunt for Tokyo ticket Team Belgium, winners in 2015 and again last year, looked supremely confident when topping today’s first round of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ 2019 Final at the Real Club de

By: Blogs

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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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Last chance to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

The countdown is on for the 108 edition of CSIO Barcelona. The competition, which is Spain’s oldest international sport event, welcomes for the seventh time in a row the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final with the participation of the eight

By: Blogs

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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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