FEI medical chief warns that ‘we cannot just apply what we want and ignore what is seen as an inconvenience’ after safety protocols ignored at shows.
A German rider used recreational drugs at a party during the national championships, but the FEI agrees there was no intent to cheat in classes the next day.
IJRC also rails against the non-meritocratic use of pay cards, saying that tennis ‘does not allow anyone who feels like it to play against Federer.’
Eric Lamaze also weighs into risk mitigation, being shocked by the absence of social distancing and mask wearing at recent CSIs in Belgium.
Sport’s highest court says the Spanish chef d’equipe was provoked before shouting at the ground jury for cancelling the WEG 2018 ride.
An increasing number of positives caused by contaminants in hay and feed have been seen in recent years, leading riders to ask for doping rule adaptations.
The legitimacy of retroactive elimination was challenged unsuccessfully at Tribunal, highlighting difficulties by riders understanding blood rules.
Lab analysis of supplement purported to be “100% natural” contained multiple pharmaceuticals and three prohibited substances.
World-famous research centre which holds DNA samples from every UK Thoroughbred has failed to secure the millions it needs to keep going.
FEI will investigate running reining independently of the US lead body, and has shelved decisions about forthcoming championship events.