The new status, along with its respective requirements and rules, will take effect January 1, 2019.
The proposition to alter the star system was accepted at the FEI General Assembly in 2017 but not effective until 2019. The new system states that CCI competitions will now be referred to as CCI-L (for long) while CIC competitions will become CCI-S (for short), whilst the existing levels are being increased by a single star – the existing One Star level becomes the Two Star level, the Two Star becomes the Three Star, the Three Star becomes the Four Star, and the CCI4* becomes ... Read More
The eventing series, which was launched in 2016, saw its total dedicated television ratings audience increase by 235% rise from 687,000 viewers in 2017 to 2,304,894 in 2018. One of the biggest audience increases came in Asia as a result of new broadcast deals in India, China and the Far East.
The total number of hours broadcast globally on television rose from 965 to more than 1,300 in 2018. In the UK alone, ERM enjoyed 146 hours of broadcast on UK TV channels according to the audit carried out by SMG You Gov.
Sponsors and host ... Read More
Portugese event riders are set to benefit from the expertise of double Gold Olympic Gold medallist Sir Mark Todd.
The Portuguese Equestrian Federation (FEP), Sociedade Hipica Portuguesa (SHP), and the Portuguese Eventing Association (ACCE) have announced Joint Clinic the New Zealander as part of a series of events and changes planned by the ACCE and the FEP to improve the state of eventing in Portugal.
Mark Todd, Double Olympic Gold, Open European Champion and multiple times winner of both Badminton Horse Trials and Burghley Horse Trials, will work with 15 combinations on their flatwork in ... Read More
This week has seen an important round of meetings for the FEI. Here is an overview of the decisions taken and how they affect the sport of eventing.
The qualification period for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games starts on January 2, 2019. The Olympic Eventing test event (CCI3*-S) will be held at the Tokyo 2020 venues on August 10-12, 2019. The Eventing qualifier for Group C will be held in Baborowko (POL) from 23-26 May 2019. As all Group F and G Eventing teams are based in Europe a qualifier will be identified to host a CCI 3* next spring ... Read More
A new BE Affiliated Event joins the calendar for early August, running alongside a Country Fair at Glamis Castle
The team at established event centre, Auchlishie Eventing will be putting on a spectacular show in the superb setting of Glamis Castle in August 2019. In addition to affiliated BE eventing, there will be a Country Fair to attract spectators from across Scotland and the north.
Running classes from BE 80(T) up to Novice in the first year and with on-site stabling, this is a great event for the grass roots eventers to come along to. ... Read More
2018 marked the ninth Goresbridge Go for Gold sale, and since its inception it has become Ireland's Leading Select Event Horse Sale
Horses sold through the sale have gone on to reach the top of the sport. Cooley SRS, ridden by Oliver Townend, flew the flag when placed runner-up at Badminton, while the American based Copper Beach followed his CIC3* success in Plantation Fields with four-star completions at Pau and Rolex (2018). November Night, ridden by Ciaran Glynn, was clear at both Badminton and Burghley this year, whilst MBF Harley Rebel headed a massive ... Read More
After an exciting final day of jumping at the Mitsubishi Motors Australian International 3 Day EvenHazel Shannon and Willingapark Clifford were crowned the winners - their second victory at the CCI**** event.
The Southern Hemisphere’s only top-level eventing competition made history as it was the first time a combination had won the event for the second time and it was the first time that there has been an all-female top ten at this level of competition.
Katie Taliana took an early lead after the dressage scoring 31 penalties. Katie previously worked for Zara Tindall and ... Read More
For the second time since 2012, World Championship bronze medal winner Ingrid Klimke won the indoor derby at the Stuttgart German Masters.
Riding the 14-year-old Trakehner gelding Parmenides, she was the last starter of the 23 competitors. And the European Champion rose to the occasion to beat double world champion Rosalind Canter.
"I'm totally happy", beamed Klimke after her victory. "It was 150 seconds of pure fun. It is an incredible pleasure to ride here, you are excited by the audience. "
Canter, who flew into the event having completed her successful training tour across the ... Read More
The 2019 British Eventing fixture list was announced last week with a number of exciting initiatives. Eventing Worldwide takes a look at these in more detail.
A number of new events will be added to the eventing calendar to fill the gaps of events which will no longer be run.
A number of these will be at venues which have formed part of the fixture list for a number of years including Pontispool, which will run its first event on 16 and 17 March (BE100 – Intermediate classes). Moreton will run a second event ... Read More
Equi-Trek has been the title sponsor of the event since 2012 and the showcase CCI4*-L (formerly classified as a CCI3*) winner will take away a cheque for over £5750 and a brand new Equi-Trek Sonic 3.5 tonne horsebox for a year.
Equi-Trek’s Managing Director Tom Janion commented; “Equi-Trek is honoured to renew for a further three years of support at Bramham. We have a wonderful relationship with the team and showcasing our extensive range of trailers and horse boxes in the stunning parkland against the backdrop of Bramham Park alongside world class equestrian competition ... Read More