HH Prince Faissal Honoured With FEI Lifetime Achievement Award

HH Prince Faissal bin Abdullah Al-Saud (KSA) was presented with the FEI Lifetime Achievement Award by FEI President Ingmar De Vos at a special ceremony in Lausanne (SUI) yesterday evening. The ceremony, held in recognition of Prince Faissal’s lifelong services to equestrian sport, was attended by International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach and over 300…

FEI Sports Forum 2017 Live And on-Demand, On FEI YouTube

The FEI Sports Forum 2017, which will be held at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne (SUI) on 10 and 11 April, will be live-streamed in full on the FEI YouTube Channel. The live feed will also offer the opportunity for viewers to ask questions to moderators in real time and, time…

Grid places decided at FEI World Cup™ Finals in Omaha

American showjumper Karl Cook (26), whose girlfriend Kaley Cuoco from “The Big Bang Theory” is also a keen equestrian, drew plenty of belly-laughs himself during the draw for the starting order at the FEI World Cup™ Finals 2017 in Omaha, Nebraska (USA) tonight. At the event staged in the theatre of the city’s Henry Doorly…

FEI Eventing Risk Management Summit Attracts World Experts From 22 Nations

World experts in equestrian sport and risk management met last weekend at Tattersalls (IRL) for the FEI‘s Eventing Risk Management summit, taking a 360 look at minimising risk in the sport. Olympic gold medallist and Chair of the FEI Risk Management Steering Group David O’Connor (USA), who chaired the summit (10-12 February), described the outcome…

Egypt’s Nayel Nassar Speeds To Longines Victory On Lordan In Wellington

Showcasing their six-year partnership, Egypt’s Nayel Nassar and Lordan successfully executed an aggressive track in a ten-horse jump off to win the $216,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington. The USA’s Laura Kraut finished in a close second aboard Zeremonie, while Spain’s Sergio Alvarez Moya and Arrayan slotted into the third position. With the win…

Germany’s Daniel Deusser New World Number One in FEI Longines Rankings

Germany’s Daniel Deusser goes into 2017 as the new world number one in the Longines rankings, overtaking fellow-countryman Christian Ahlmann who has enjoyed a lengthy period in pole position. And America’s Kent Farrington (3rd) and McLain Ward (4th) have relegated Simon Delestre to fifth spot ahead of his French compatriot Kevin Staut. Germany’s Marcus Ehning…