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Three days of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Great Britain at the BHS Royal International Horse Show will be shown live on Sky Sports Action.  The live broadcasts will include the action on the afternoons of Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29  July, including international showjumping highlights such as the Longines BHS King George V Gold Cup,…
A mule won a dressage competition for the first time ever in the UK – on the debut occasion he was allowed to take part. Wallace The Great had been turned down from official events and was told he could not be a member of British Dressage, as he is half horse, half donkey. But owner Christie Mclean decided to…
The spectacular Household Cavalry Musical Ride will be a star attraction at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London next month at the historic venue of Royal Hospital Chelsea. Three performances of the Household Cavalry Musical Ride will complement an exhilirating weekend of top-level show jumping, featuring the world’s best riders and horses, including Great Britain’s Olympic champions. Once again…
A Dundee horse riding centre is holding dedicated lessons for children on the autistic spectrum in the hope of creating equal opportunities for youngsters. Before discovering riding, Stuart Watson-Lang, from Maryfield, tried football with the National Autistic Society but didn’t enjoy the physicality of the sport. However, after being introduced to autistic riding lessons, the 14-year-old’s new-found friendship with his…

FEI to fine owners of loose dogs at equestrian events

Written by Wednesday, 18 July 2018 08:55
Owners of loose dogs at equestrian events could find themselves being fined from next year. The proposal, by the FEI, follows a number of high-profile incidents of dogs chasing horses at competitions in recent years and suggested a CHF 100 fine for loose dogs at their events; the equivalent to £76. "There is currently no provision in the FEI Rules about…
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