Some North American organizers are required to offer 20% more prize money to host an event with the same star rating as one in Europe.
The principle of one country, one vote is only ‘superficially’ democratic when rules are made by people who don't have to obey them, says former FEI constitutional task force chair Akaash Maharaj.
Voting powers of FEI member countries that will never produce an elite rider are in the spotlight again as Olympic dropscore debate rages on.
Petitions for and against top hats in dressage involved many people in wasted work due to misunderstandings about the rule-making process.
‘Money over merit’ concerns have escalated with the acute shortage of jumping shows in Europe but realistically paycards cannot be curbed.
The FEI thinks WADA’s reduced suspensions with social drugs taken out of competition has gone too far ‒ but its hands are tied.
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.
It’s not over till the fat lady sings.The jumping riders are not going to take the controversial Olympic format changes lying down, whatever the vote of the FEI General Assembly last month. At the end of a sometimes heated couple of hours at Geneva show on Friday morning, the FEI offered to meet a jumpers’ […]