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The endurance pages are here and include a test on how well you know the current rules.
The Horsemanship pages are here. They include education on anatomy, behaviour, horse care and health.
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FEI Endurance Rules
The FEI has updated its Endurance rules for 2020. From January to June 2020 there is a transitional set of rules with an explanatory memo that accompanies them.
New rules will come on the 1st of July 2020.
FEI Administrative Disciplinary Procedure
The FEI has also created an Administrative Disciplinary Procedure (ADP) which is a new FEI disciplinary process that allows FEI Headquarters, acting through the FEI Legal Department, to directly impose sanctions for “Minor Offences” committed on or after 1 January 2020.
Effective from the 1st of January 2020, the Administrative Disciplinary Procedure (FEI General Regulations) applies to Athletes, Accredited Persons, FEI Representatives, Officials, Organisers, Person responsible and Support Personnel (Coaches, Trainers, Horse Owners, Stewards, Technical Delegates, Judges, Chef d’Equipe, Veterinarians, etc).
Minor Offences are those offences where the maximum sanction(s) would be:
(a) Formal Warning;
(b) Fine not exceeding CHF 2,000;
(c) Provisional Suspension;
(d) Suspension not exceeding 3 (three) months;
(e) The demotion of an Official (following consultation with the FEI Director of Officials and the relevant FEI discipline director),
(f) Removal of an Official from a specific Event (following consultation with the FEI Director of Officials and the relevant FEI discipline director).
The system operates in much the same way as the “Fast Track” procedure operates for Controlled Medication Cases under the Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations.