Lars Windhorst, new half-owner of the LGCT, lost his nerve about investing in show jumping due to the coronavirus crisis.
‘Confusion’ over online competency-based assessment lands senior Portuguese official with a cost order and downgrading from the FEI Tribunal.
The FEI Tribunal said there was a clear pattern to the arsenic use, and drew ‘adverse inference’ from the Omani rider’s failure to respond.
Iowa’s Ellen and Jeremy Olson also face criminal proceedings for falsifying vaccination records of their two international endurance horses.
Three senior officials have been disciplined under the new FEI system after a catalogue of complaints about their running of Saudi Arabia’s richest ride.
San Rossore in Italy can continue to host September's medal event but organizer Gianluca Laliscia must be ‘hands off’ and FEI will appoint all officials.
Doping cases at Al Ula and Doha highlight the continuing casual attitude to drug use by trainers, with 24% of horses at one competition testing positive.
Swiss jumper Nadja Peter Steiner claims her horse ingested illegal substance by licking the stranger who held him during a prize-giving ceremony.
The FEI scrapped ranking points won at a controversial jumping venue in France, but the FFE finds it ‘painful’ the shows went ahead in the first place.
A total of 48 countries will be represented in equestrian at the Olympic Games, with Luxembourg, Pakistan and Israel making their debuts.