Author: FEI

Prohibited substance case under FEI anti-doping rules 

The FEI has announced an adverse analytical finding involving a prohibited substance. The new case involves the use of Stanozolol, an anabolic steroid, which is a *Banned Substance under the FEI’s Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs). Horse: Shiners Chic (FEI ID 103DF20/GBR) Person Responsible: Jessica Sternberg (FEI ID 10055844/GBR) Event: CRI3* – Katy, Texas (USA), 20-21.04.2017 Prohibited Substance: Stanozolol The athlete has been provisionally suspended from the date of notification (5 July 2017) until the FEI Tribunal renders a decision. The horse has been provisionally suspended for two months. Details on this case can be found here. Information on...

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Working Group agrees key recommendations on Jumping Invitation Rules and event requirements

The Working Group put in place to review the Jumping Invitation Rules and CSI/CSIO requirements met at FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI) over the past two days (20 and 21 June) and has produced a series of recommendations which will be passed on to the FEI Jumping Committee to draft proposed rule changes. The Jumping Committee will now work on drafting formal proposals that will be sent to National Federations and stakeholders by 6 July for their input. Following that process, further modifications can be considered prior to a vote on rule changes at the FEI General Assembly in...

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Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal Honoured With Longines Ladies Award

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal was awarded the prestigious Longines Ladies Award in London’s Natural History Museum today. The Princess Royal, FEI President from 1986-1994 and now an FEI Honorary President, joined global horse sport industry leaders on the eve of Royal Ascot, Britain’s most valuable race meeting, to receive the Longines Ladies Award which celebrates women who have made major contributions to the equestrian industry. The Princess Royal is known for her life-long love of horses, her successful equestrian career, and her hard work as President and patron of over 300 global charities and organisations, including Save...

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