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KEY VETERINARY ISSUES COVERED AT FEI SPORTS FORUM

Veterinary issues were the focal point for the afternoon session at the inaugural FEI Sports Forum in Lausanne (SUI) today, which was attended by over 180 delegates from National Federations, the veterinary community, the International Jumping Riders Club and members of the media. The Forum covered issues such as blood during competition, international movement of horses, and cloning and progeny of clones.


Badminton Horse Trials Rained Out

The famous Badminton Horse Trials have been cancelled because of the heavy downpours causing flooding in Gloucestershire.


William Fox-Pitt Scores Another Victory at Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event

William Fox-Pitt (GBR) won his 11th CCI4* and yet another prized Rolex watch when he held his nerve in the tense final minutes of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event (USA) presented by Bridgestone, the third leg of the HSBC FEI Classics™.


2012 Canadian National Eventing Team Announced

Canadian Eventing Committee is pleased to announce the 2012 Canadian National Eventing Team. The Canadian Eventing High Performance Committee approved the list which recognizes performance results achieved at 2, 3 and 4 star CCI competitions and CIC 3 star competitions to November 7, 2011. Riders are listed in alphabetical order.


Vedaprofen no Longer a Permitted Medication in Equine Canada Sanctioned Competitions

The Equine Canada Medication Control Committee is announcing the following changes to Equine Canada medication control regulations regarding Vedaprofen.


Akaash Maharaj Stands Down as CEO of Equine Canada

It is with sincere regret that Equine Canada reports that Akaash Maharaj has announced his decision to stand down from his post as our Chief Executive Officer. Akaash accepted the position of CEO in 2008, stating that he would remain in the role for one quadrennial cycle.


Belgian-American Group to Provide Footing for London Olympic Competition Arena

A Belgian-American group is being brought in to provide London Olympic equestrian arena footing of a mix of sand, felt and fiber identical to competition arenas around the world including Florida’s mammoth Palm Beach complex and the 2008 Beijing Games. Bart Poels of Belgium and Brett Raflowitz of Equestrian Services International of Palm City, Florida–partners in arena ventures around the world–have joined with the British company, Andrews Bowen Ltd., that was originally awarded the contract to provide the Olympic riding surface.


Egads! Where's Your Helmet Ma'am?

The Queen marked the start of her Diamond Jubilee year with a New Year's ride in the grounds of Sandringham House. The 85-year-old monarch wrapped up warmly against the elements in blue riding jacket and cream jodhpurs as she exercised her horse at the Norfolk estate...but conspicuously missing was a helmet.


Sherlock Holmes - Can You Ride? - Video

Horses - dangerous at both ends and crafty in the middle.


Todd in final four for NZ Sportsman of the Year

Equestrian legend Mark Todd is among the final four contenders for New Zealand Sportsman of the Year. Todd, 55, was nominated after his win in the three-day Badminton Horse Trials in April aboard Land Vision, where be beat a lineup of the world's best eventers. It was Todd's fourth win in the event.


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