The new rules, agreed at the 2020 FEI general assembly, aim to give more flexibility in the event of positive tests that are likely caused by contamination. H&H finds out more
Addressing the assembly on 23 November, FEI president Ingmar de Vos said it had been a “difficult year for everyone” and despite still being in a global pandemic, now was the time to “rebuild”.
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The new code has four principles: to protect the integrity of classes, horse welfare, safety of competitors and safety of