Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.
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Air jackets may not be preventing eventing riders from more serious injury, according to a major study by the universities of Melbourne and Sydney.
The FEI has scrambled to clarify its new “missed flag” rule before Badminton’s cross-country, but discontent remains amongst riders and other stakeholders.
Spain’s Ignasi Casas Vaque has received a 12-month suspension from the FEI for his role in the uproar that erupted when the WEG endurance race was cancelled
Horseracing in the UK will resume Wednesday amid enhanced biosecurity measures after being shut-down last Thursday by an equine flu scare.
A veteran UK trainer has criticized poor hygiene in racecourse stables following the cancellation of all UK racing in an effort to contain equine flu.
British horse racing has been shut shown as the industry scrambles to curtail equine flu, which has infected horses vaccinated against the disease.
Organizers of upcoming FEI endurance rides are being urged to take part in a trial of lower heart-rate parameters in a bid to reduce attrition rates.
The FEI Tribunal has re-stated that feeding supplements is intrinsically “negligent” because of the risk of contamination and prohibited substances.
Countries represented in the abandoned endurance ride at the World Equestrian Games are to be reimbursed 1000 CHF ($1006) per rider by the FEI.