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Voorjaars jumping Lichtenvoorde

28-02-2015 / 28-02-2015
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Costa del Sol tour Mijas (ESP)

28-02-2015 / 15-03-2015
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Roelofsen Raalte / Hartog Lucerne Trophy Vragender

01-03-2015 / 01-03-2015
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Subtopwedstrijd Vragender

15-03-2015 / 15-03-2015
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FELIX / CHIO Dressuur Cup

28-03-2015 / 29-03-2015
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News

3 ponies mauled to death by dogs 27-2-2015 15:55

The ponies were attacked in their field by two dogs on Saturday (21 February) [Lees meer]


FEI REMOVES UAE INTERNATIONAL ENDURANCE EVENTS FROM OFFICIAL CALENDAR 27-2-2015 14:22

FEI Press Release : Following the first meeting of the new FEI Executive Board, chaired by recently elected President Ingmar De Vos, Secretary General Sabrina Zeender has removed the two remaining international Endurance events scheduled to be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in March 2015 from the FEI calendar in an emergency measure to protect horse welfare and to preserve the integrity of the FEI rules and regulations at FEI events. The move follows a mandate from the FEI Bureau to the Executive Board to urgently investigate horse welfare issues and non-compliance with FEI rules and regulations in the UAE. The Executive Board will now finalise its recommendations to the Bureau. “We have made this our top priority and will make our conclusions as speedily as possible so that the recommendations can be presented to the Bureau for urgent consideration”, the FEI President said after the meeting, which was held at FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI). The Executive Board meeting was attended by the FEI President, 1st Vice President and Chair of the Jumping Committee John Madden (USA), 2nd Vice President and Chair of FEI Regional Group VII HE Sheikh Khalid Bin Abdulla Al Khalifa (BRN), Chair of the Dressage Committee Frank Kemperman (NED), Chair of the Athletes’ Committee Maria Gretzer (SWE), and FEI Secretary General Sabrina Zeender (SUI). Luiz Roberto Giugni (BRA), Chair of FEI Regional Group VI, was unable to attend due to meetings in Brazil on the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The Endurance Rules were strengthened last year specifically to protect and promote horse welfare following recommendations from the Endurance Strategic Planning Group. The widely supported measures include additional dope testing, injury surveillance and reporting, athlete penalties for equine injuries, and extended rest periods. Other measures increase the responsibility and accountability of riders, trainers and officials, as well as steps to address any conflicts of interest.   Source: FEI / Equnews [Lees meer]


Search For A Star: 9 things the judges are looking for 27-2-2015 13:25

Here's some helpful advice on how to fulfill your dream of competing at the Horse of the Year Show [Lees meer]


Campaign against ‘intimidating’ masked animal rights activists builds momentum 27-2-2015 11:55

The two-week drive towards the campaign came after several incidents — including one violent — with anti-hunting protesters [Lees meer]


Preparing for a foal: what you need to know 27-2-2015 11:30

Sara Longworth of Waverley Stud in Warwickshire gives her advice on preparing for your first foal

Being well prepared, with essential foaling supplies restocked, is key to peace of mind. Sara Longworth at Waverley Stud tells us what needs to be on the checklist [Lees meer]


Can horses bring health benefits to people? [H&H VIP] 27-2-2015 09:55

Research papers look into whether horse riding is real physical therapy [Lees meer]


The Atlantic Tour in Vilamoura is warming up for the weekend 26-2-2015 23:31

Press Release :  Hipismo- Vilamoura Atlantic Tour 2015 Photo by : One Shot The show in the equestrian village doesn’t stop and, today, the second round of the international competitions started at the Vilamoura Atlantic Tour 2015. Nicole Pavitt, with Victor Blue, was the undisputable winner of the day on this afternoon’s Big Tour for 1.45 m. Nicole Pavitt and her horse Victor Blue were the best team of the first international competition of the week, securing the first place of the Big Tour for 1.45 metres, with a time of 59.42. Besides this competition counting towards the international ranking of FEI, the British rider has expanded her large collection of victories at the 2015 Edition of the Atlantic Tour winning the 1.35 m competition, riding Amaryllis Van De Heffink. The podium was completed with Laura Renwick (England) and Lorenzo de Luca (Italy), respectively on the second and third positions. Next weekend, all eyes will be focused on Sunday’s Grand Prix, which will gather, on the Francisco Moura arena, the best of the best with the promise of truly exciting moments. This competition has a prize money of 24,500 euros.   The show is organized by Clube Hípico de Vilamoura, owned by António Moura.   Vilamoura Atlantic Tour 2015 is sponsored by Turismo de Portugal – Algarve, Câmara Municipal de Loulé, Pine Cliffs Resort, Caixa de Crédito Agrícola, Inframoura, Lusort and Microprocessor (digital systems) among others. It also has the support of: Hotel Hilton Vilamoura, Hotel Porto Bay Falésia, Hotéis Dom Pedro, Hoteis Tivoli; Garvetur; Mike Davis; Cegonha Country Club and Hertz.   Follow Vilamoura Atlantic Tour: https://www.facebook.com/VilamouraAtlanticTour More results in: http://events.jumpingaccess.com/vilamoura/vilamoura-atlantic-tour/start-lists-and-results-atlantic-tour/   For further information, please contact: Communication Office-Mar de Histórias press.atlantictour@gmail.com ?914 444 360? ? Source: Press Release / Equnews [Lees meer]


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