Nominee for president brings financial expertise and enthusiasm for horse sports to his quest for more opportunities for the organization and its members.
Shows have started in the US, but USEF staff spent many hours creating the Covid action plan so people could start competing safely again.
How far apart do we ride in the warm-up? How can vets safely inspect a horse while its groom is holding it? There are still many practicalities to clarify.
The decision to axe a premier podium event because of the Tokyo clash has left riders with a three-year hiatus from championship opportunities.
A less draconian approach to recreational drugs but tougher penalties for deliberate horse doping are among possible changes to the 2021 rules.
Interim CEO Yves Hamelin notes that more than half of the staff’s time continues to be dedicated to managing information and activities related to COVID-19.
The FEI has a much less draconian approach to online competition initiatives during the coronavirus crisis than many have assumed.
The Ocala facility will offer horse shows for multiple disciplines and more, all done with style, when it finally opens its doors in 2021.
In Florida, horses stuck at the Winter Equestrian Festival showgrounds in Wellington, Florida, are still being ridden - in a controlled schooling setting.
EC has been kept very busy with the changes the pandemic necessitates, plus have been forging ahead with an office move and policy discussions.