Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI)
He’s been called ‘The Horse Whisperer’. So skilled is Shawn Flarida astride a horse, that he has dominated the equestrian discipline of reining for the last two decades, winning gold medals at both individual and team events in most of the important competitions all the way up to the World Equestrian Games.
The equestrian discipline of vaulting sees athletes performing gymnastic dance routines on the back of a cantering horse. For both fans and competitors, it’s an intriguing combination of athleticism and artistic flair.
This is what you get when you combine athletic horses, daredevil riders, and a carriage. It’s called driving, and it’s one of the most dynamic equestrian sports there is.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has been forced to re-open the bidding process for its 2022 World Equestrian Games after sole candidate Samorin elected to withdraw its bid.
Equestrian dressage is one of the few sports to attract a fan base that is both predominantly female and in the higher income bracket. Add to this its increasing global popularity, and you understand why sponsors are taking such a keen interest.
The FEI, the global governing body of equestrian sports, has confirmed that the Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina, US, will host the 2018 World Equestrian Games.
The US state of North Carolina and the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) have put forward a bid to stage the International Equestrian Federation’s (FEI) 2018 World Equestrian Games, in an effort to keep the showpiece event in North America following the termination of a hosting agreement with Bromont, Canada.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) is searching for a new host for its showpiece World Equestrian Games in 2018 after electing to terminate its contract with the Canadian city of Bromont.
International Equestrian Federation (FEI) president Ingmar de Vos has given his backing to Bromont’s staging of the 2018 World Equestrian Games following a series of high-level resignations from the organising committee for the event.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has said it will continue to fight “with all legal means” after losing its latest bid to clamp down on the Global Champions League (GCL) competition.
Organisers have unveiled the 12 teams that will compete in the Global Champions League (GCL), as the new show jumping series prepares to launch its inaugural season next month.