Carl Hester shares his thoughts on the difficulties of competing abroad and team selection ahead of this year’s championships, as well as remembering a very special neighbour...
THE devastating news of a virus threatening our horses could not have come at a worse time, as we are all looking forward to a gradual release from Covid lockdown.
With all FEI shows, including the World Cup Final, cancelled until 11 April, the key thing we should all bear in mind with the equine herpes virus (EHV-1) is that, while member bodies can control competition riders, they cannot control travel for sales, training, stud work and so on, apart from urging everyone to follow the protocols.
This exclusive column will also be available to read in Horse & Hound magazine, out Thursday 25 March
You may also be interested in…
“The loss of the World Cup finals for a second year is particularly devastating, especially for the qualified athletes”
British equestrian sport governing bodies have shared protocols for horses travelling to the UK from a number of countries, following
British Dressage and British Showjumping have revealed their operational plans for the return of competition and training in England from