Thanks to the success of his offspring at the 2016 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity, we are excited to announce that Gunnatrashya is NRHA’s newest Million Dollar Sire. Owned by Arcese Quarter Horses USA, Gunnatrashya is by NRHA Hall of Fame Inductee and Eight Million Dollar Sire... Read More
Sir Sinclair is the #1 USEF Dressage Sire for the second year in a row! In 2016, his offspring earned over 8,700 points. Read More
“We are very happy to have two such strong official candidates for the FEI World Equestrian Games in 2022”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said. “Both the Kentucky and Samorin venues have the infrastructure in place already to host the Games, which is one of the biggest events on the global sporting... Read More
The FEI has been declared International Sports Federation of the Year at the International Sports Awards 2016. The award, which recognises the work of the international governing body for equestrian sport, including its leadership in integrity and governance, was presented yesterday, 8 December,... Read More
Three has been said to be a “magic” number. For one National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) stallion and NRHA Hall of Fame Inductee, the number three marks an impressive NRHA milestone. NRHA would like to congratulate Nu Chex To Cash for being the newest NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire. Read More
"Robert has done so many positive things for U.S. Dressage. From returning our team to the Olympic podium to growing our development program, there is no one better to lead U.S. dressage," said USEF President Chrystine Tauber. Read More
Skelton broke his neck in September 2000 which could have ended his career, but after retiring in 2001 he recovered and began competing again in 2002. He has also had a hip replacement and two knee operations. “I would like to thank the FEI for this most fabulous award”, he said. “I've had an... Read More
The FEI General Assembly has today voted overwhelmingly in favour of the proposed format changes for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo 2020. “This was a really important vote for the future of our sport if we are to increase universality in accordance with the recommendations of Olympic... Read More
“We are a sport with 134 National Federations, and it’s correct that not all of them compete at elite level, but the development our sport has seen over the last decades as well as the recommendations of Olympic Agenda 2020 oblige us to focus on an increase in the number of participating nations... Read More
During the FEI Bureau meeting in Tokyo, four-times World Champion Boyd Exell from Australia was appointed as a member of the FEI Driving Committee, replacing outgoing member Mark Wentein (BEL). Boyd was a member of the technical committee before. From 2010-2014 he was the Vice President. Read More

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