Discussions to bring showing’s dope testing rules in line with other equestrian disciplines in Britain are on going. H&H finds out more...
PLANS for a “unified” approach to dope testing in showing are being discussed with the hope of bringing the sport in line with other equestrian disciplines.
Under these rules, if a horse or person receives a period of ineligibility for a failed dope test in one discipline, they are not allowed to participate in any event or competition organised by another BEF member body.
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