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FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2005

ANNUAL REPORT 2005


ANNUAL REPORT 2005


FOREWORD BY THE FEI PRESIDENT a new era of communication and transparency. The Media Advisory Committee was created to advise the FEI and a new communication department was created in Lausanne. The 75th anniversary of the FEI was celebrated in 1996, the year of the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. This was the occasion for us to strengthen our bond with the IOC : the exhibition «The Horse in the Olympics» was displayed at the Olympic Museum, I was co-opted as an IOC Member and the introduction of Freestyle to Music as the Olympic Dressage Final was a resounding success. That year, my fellow Bureau Members and I decided to create the Strategic Planning Committee. Samsung, who was already supporting development competitions, became the sponsor of the FEI Nations Cup Series. After 12 years at the head of the FEI, the time has come for me to say goodbye. This is also the perfect opportunity to review what has been achieved. We are living in a fast moving world, and the FEI has tremendously changed during my period in office. In 1995, 517 international events were organised worldwide and this number has more than tripled to reach nearly 1,900 in 2005. Thanks to the help and commitment of so many, we have come a long way, turning our federation into a modern organisation, with a four-year Strategic Plan process, a sound structure for sports development, an understanding of our sports commercial environment and, most importantly, a dialogue among all constituencies of equestrian sport.

Pursuing its policy of openness, the FEI decided to officially invite representatives of the Organisers and Riders to its 1997 General Assembly in Puerto Rico. No better place could have been selected to decide on the establishment of a sports development programme and the creation of a Development Officer position.

The 1998 FEI World Equestrian Games had been allocated to Dublin even before the 1994 edition had taken place but, unfortunately, the Dublin Organising Committee was forced to cancel the Games when the Irish Government withdrew vital financial support in the late spring of 1997. The abandonment of the project was dramatic as Ireland is a country with a very thoroughly developed horse tradition. In this difficult Allow me to glance back over my shoulder and share with you situation the FEI Executive Board was much relieved that what have been, in my opinion, the most memorable moments several countries showed interest in organising the 1998 Games in spite of the short notice. Some four months after of these last 12 years. the withdrawal of Dublin, Rome was chosen to take over the In 1993, several Bureau members contacted me to ask me 1998 Games. Particular credit goes to the Italian NF President whether I would be interested in succeeding to The Princess Cesare Croce, who showed much courage in assuming this Royal as President of the FEI. I had always had a keen interest responsibility. in equestrian sport and, after having helped my late husband for many years in his business, accepting the position repre- It was in fact absolutely amazing how well the Italians were sented an important personal challenge for me. I was elected able to organise such successful 1998 World Equestrian in 1994 ; however, never could I have imagined how exciting, Games in such a brief period of time. The same year, Volvo left demanding and, at times, delicate the job would prove to be. the FEI World Cup after 20 years of sponsorship. The Swedish car company was instrumental in the development of the series In 1995, the FEI was on the verge of one of its most serious and left its mark on the FEI World Cup for many years. crises. Further to the mismanagement of the World Cup television rights, the confidence between the FEI and its NF Members 1999 saw the best demonstration of one of the key values of was badly dammaged. The St - Gallen Forum, organised in equestrian sport, i.e. equality of man and woman at all levels conjunction with the FEI European Jumping Championship, of competition. Indeed, the European Championships in the was a premiere for the FEI : for the very first time, not only NFs three Olympic disciplines were won by lady riders (Anky Van were invited to give their views, but so were organisers, riders, Grunsven in Dressage, Alexandra Ledermann in Jumping and sponsors and the media. This initiative was the beginning of Pippa Funnel in Eventing).

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Following the tragic fatalities in Eventing in 1998 and 1999, a special committee was created, led by Lord Hartington, to take a serious look at the discipline and decide what measures had to be implemented to ensure a safe sport.

The 2002 FEI World Equestrian Games brought 300,000 spectators to Jerez. Andalusia, the Spanish province where Jerez is located, is a true horse country enjoying a rich equestrian heritage going back centuries. The FEI World Equestrian Games benefited from the spectacular media coverage, and That year, the Bureau was affected by the loss of two of its Reining made a triumphant debut on the FEI scene. The 2006 most eminent Members, the Treasurer Conor Crowley and World Equestrian Games were awarded to Aachen. Lord Lowry, Chairman of the Judicial Committee. Eventing found itself under pressure once again: while the The Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games equestrian world had gathered in Jerez, the IOC Programme and its hundreds of horses was a delight for all equestrian Commission issued a report recommending that the discipline fans. The horse is indeed intrinsically linked to the history of be dropped from the programme of the Games of the XXIX Australia, and the Olympic equestrian competitions were a Olympiad in Beijing. The FEI took immediate action and, within resounding success. weeks, came up with a proposal for a revised format with a much lower financial impact on the Olympic host city, while The same year, Lord Hartington presented the conclusions on maintaining the intensity and difficulty of the competition to Eventing safety, after a thorough reflection on the discipline. ensure that the Olympic Games remain the highest level of A number of measures recommended by the committee were the sport. immediately implemented. The launch of the Samsung Super League in 2003 was a big hit 2001 was an eventful year. The foot-and-mouth disease hit with everyone, media representatives, riders and spectators Europe and many events were cancelled due to travel restrictions. alike. The FEI also established an Eventing World Cup which immediately found its public and became a must for the The Eventing Committee initiated several Forums on different riders and organisers. Faced with its exceptional growth, the continents to gather views on the future of this discipline and discipline of Endurance went through much debate, which led discuss its format. to a world forum in Paris. For the first time in its history, the FEI was forced to cancel its General Assembly, due to take place 2001 was the International Year of the Volunteers and the in Bahrain. A Bureau Meeting was organised instead in Madrid, FEI decided to create the FEI Award for Dedicated and Distin- at which it was decided to reinforce the FEI development guished Services to Equestrian Sport. Prince Philip and Bill activities and a Development Working Group was created. Steinkraus were unanimously designated to receive the first Its major goals were the creation of a basic structure to help developing NFs organise sport in their country, the creation two Awards.

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of a universal coaching system and the establishment of progressive regional competitions and championships. In the development field, strategy is crucial and we need to offer to our NFs not simply technical assistance but a real method for planning sport in their respective countries. The same year, the FEI Commercial Division was created. In 2004, the Olympic Games went back to their roots in Greece. Athens offered its hospitality and magnificent facilities and the equestrian competitions were wonderfully organised at Markopoulo. The FEI development programmes were bearing their fruit and the number of nations taking part in the Olympic Games significantly grew from 25 in Atlanta to 39 in Athens. Unfortunately, judging controversies and the positive cases of two Olympic medallists had a devastating impact on the sport. Maybe the FEI needed such an electroshock to think over its anti-doping procedures and develop a real strategy in this field. As a result, the Bureau decided to establish a Task Force on Doping and Medication Procedures.

initiated restructuring process in a dedicated chapter of this Annual Report. The implementation of the new FEI brand should not be forgotten as it was one of the main achievements of 2005. In December, the FEI Bureau awarded the 2010 FEI Games for the first time outside of Europe. A long-awaited decision for the Kentucky Organising Committee and the US Federation which were presenting their candidature for the second time. In conclusion, I would like thank all my fellow Bureau Members for their dedication and support, and for sharing their experience with me during all these years. My gratitude also goes to the faithful FEI staff in Lausanne, for their untiring efforts and commitment.

Equestrian sport is a beautiful yet demanding sport and the horse is our common source of inspiration. After these 12 years, my main satisfaction is probably that we all talk to each other. We don’t always agree, but there is a receptive attitude among all parties and an environment of exchange without The Task Force presented its conclusions and a detailed action which the sport cannot exist. Thank you. plan at the 2005 General Assembly in London, as you will read in this report. The Legal Department was strengthened and the anti -doping procedures completely revamped. The FEI Equine Anti-Doping and Medication Control Rules, which were presented to the Bureau at the end of 2005, intend to preserve the «spirit of the sport», and its values of ethics, fair HRH The Infanta Doña Pilar de Borbón play, health and excellence in performance. At the 2005 General Assembly, the FEI was pleased to welcome Para Equestrian as its eighth discipline. The 2006 - 2010 FEI Strategic Plan was approved and you will read more on the

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 2005

CONTENTS FOREWORD BY HRH THE INFANTA DOÑA PILAR DE BORBÓN, FEI PRESIDENT

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 2005 2005 FEI General Assembly 2005 FEI World Championships 2005 FEI Continental Championships 2005 FEI Regional Championships 2005 World Breeding Championships for Young Horses Top Ten Final Children FEI World Challenge FEI World Cups 2005 Samsung Super League and Samsung Nations Cup Series

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REPORT BY THE AD INTERIM FEI SECRETARY GENERAL

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2005 FEI GENERAL ASSEMBLY

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FEI CORPORATE ACTIVITIES NEW FEI STRUCTURE 2006 - 2010 FEI Strategic Plan FEI Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy

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FEI COMMITTEES Executive Board Finance Committee Strategic Planning Committee Jumping Committee Dressage Committee Eventing Committee Driving Committee Endurance Committee Vaulting Committee Reining Committee Para-Equestrian Working Group Pony Riders Committee Children’s Committee Veterinary Committee Judicial Committee

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FEI REGIONAL GROUPS

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SPORTS DEVELOPMENT

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OTHER ACTIVITIES FEI Commercial Division Public Relations and Media Advisory Committee SportAccord

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FINANCIAL RESULTS

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RESULTS AND STATISTICS FEI Championships and Games: Participation and Results International Events Organised by the National Federations (NFs) Number of Events by Discipline

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FEI BUREAU AND STAFF

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3 1. HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, FEI Honorary President, presented a commemorative plate to Max E. Ammann, creator of the FEI World Cup Jumping and Driving. 2. Bo Helander, former FEI Secretary General, and Alex McLin, FEI General Counsel. Dr Helander resigned his position in August 2005 after ten years in office. 3. Leopoldo Palacios, FEI 2nd Vice President, presented the FEI Special Recognition for Outstanding Services to Ron and Marg Southern (CAN). 4. Lee Pearson (GBR) was the first ever recipient of the FEI Fair Play Certificate. 5. John and Lisa Hales (GBR), owners of Arko III, received the first ever FEI Owner of the Year Award.

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1. A very successful 2005 FEI World Endurance Championship for Young Riders and Juniors took place in Bahrain. 2. The individual winners of the 2005 FEI World Driving Championship - Pairs staged in Wals-Salzburg (AUT). 3. The 2004 FEI World Endurance Championship was held in Dubai (UAE) in January 2005. 4. Dirk Gerkens (GER) was the four-in-hand gold medallist at the 2005 FEI World Driving Ponies Championships organised at Catton Hall (GBR). 5. Craig Schmersal (USA) aboard Tidal Wave Jack won the Open Division at the 2005 World Reining Masters Final in Manerbio (ITA).

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2005 FEI CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (Continued)

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2 1. Anky van Grunsven (NED), gold, Hubertus Schmidt (GER), silver, and Jan Brink (SWE), bronze, were the brilliant individual winners of the 2005 FEI European Dressage Championship organised in Hagen (GER). 2. Marco Kutscher (GER) on Montender 2 captured the individual gold at the 2005 FEI European Jumping Championship at San Patrignano (ITA). 3. Zara Phillips (GBR) on Toytown became the 2005 FEI European Eventing champion at Blenheim (GBR). 4. Belgium, gold, France, silver, and Switzerland, bronze, were the winning teams at the 2005 FEI European Endurance Championship in Compiègne (FRA). 5. Marco Ricotta (ITA) on Mifillenium won the top title at the 2005 FEI European Reining Championship in Manerbio (ITA). 6. Anja Barwig (GER) on Magic Dream reigned supreme in the Individual Female category of the 2005 FEI European Open Vaulting Championship in Brescia (ITA).

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1. The Netherlands captured the team gold at the 2005 FEI European Jumping Championship for Juniors in Schaffhausen (SUI). 2. Anna von Negri (GER), gold, Sanneke Rothenberger (GER), silver, and Astrid Langeberg (NED), bronze, were the individual winners at the 2005 FEI European Pony Dressage Championship at Pratoni del Vivaro (ITA). 3. Valentina Truppa (ITA) and Don Rico were in bronze at the 2005 FEI European Dressage Championship for Young Riders at Barzago (ITA). 4. Marie-Louisa Meyer (GER), gold, Huub van der Mark (NED), silver, and Laetitia Galinier (FRA), bronze, prevailed at the 2005 FEI European Eventing Championship for Young Riders at Segersjö (SWE). 5. Nicola Kristin Haller (GER) on Zampano M took the gold at the 2005 FEI European Eventing Championship for Juniors in Saumur (FRA).

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6. Karen Kroon (USA Mountain) and Rokket were in gold at the 2005 FEI North American Endurance Championship at Elkton, MD (USA). 7. Brianne Goutal (USA – Zone 2) on Onira, individual winner of 2005 FEI North American Jumping Championships for Young Riders organised at Lexington, VA (USA). 8. The 2005 Pan American Endurance for Seniors and Young Riders took place at Pinamar (ARG). 9. Alberto Michan (MEX) and Risque Tout were unbeatable in the 7-years category of the Americas Young Horses Championship in Monterrey (MEX).

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2005 FEI REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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1. Patrik Kittel (SWE) on Heslegård’s Rubin, winner of the Nordic Baltic Dressage Championship at Aarhus (DEN). 2. The Colombian capital Bogotá played host to the 2005 Bolivarian Games where Jumping and Dressage competitions were staged. 3. Michael Dimitrova (BUL) on Geolog, silver team medallist in the Children’s category, and Dr Krum Rashkov, Secretary General of the Bulgarian Equestrian Federation, at the 2005 Balkan Dressage Championship in Plovdiv (BUL).

CHILDREN 1. Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) won the fifth Gandini Top Ten Final in Geneva (SUI) with a vintage performance from Baloubet du Rouet. 2. Mark Bluman (COL) and Blue Bayou were unbeatable in the 2005 FEI International Children’s Jumping Competition Final at Simi Valley, CA (USA). 3. The participants in the 2004 FEI World Children Dressage Challenge Final supported by PSI .

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1. Winsome Van De Plataan and David Jobertie (FRA) came in first in the 6-years category at the 2005 World Breeding Championship for Young Jumping Horses at Lanaken (BEL). 2. Tatchou and Nicolas Touzaint (FRA) took the gold in the 7-years category at the 2005 World Breeding Championship for Young Eventing Horses at Le Lion d’Angers (FRA). 3. Damon Hill 4, ridden by Helen Langehanenberg (GER), won the 5-years category at the 2005 World Breeding Championship for Young Dressage Horses held at Verden (GER).

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2005 SAMSUNG SUPER LEAGUE AND SAMSUNG NATIONS CUP SERIES

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1. Laurent Goffinet (FRA) and Flipper d’Elle. La Baule, where the opening leg of the Samsung Super League traditionally takes place, is one of the top venues in the world. 2. The British team and their young supporters in Rome (ITA). 3. Markus Fuchs (SUI) and La Toya were the public’s undisputed favourites on home ground at St. Gallen. 4. Switzerland won in a super-tight finish to the Dutch leg of the 2005 Samsung Super League in Rotterdam. 5. Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst (GER) on Diamonds Daylight. The fifth leg of the Samsung Super League at Hickstead (GBR) produced plenty of exciting moments with Germany coming out on top.

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6. Niklaus Schurtenberger (SUI) on Cantus in Dublin (IRL). 7. Markus Ehning (GER) on Gitania. The much-fancied German team failed to shine on their home ground while the USA stormed to their second victory. 8. Hey, hey, hey, it was the USA who, skillfully managed by Chef d’Equipe George Morris, scooped the 2005 Samsung Super League title. Barcelona (ESP) saw the thrilling finale to a fantastic season of sport. 9. Malin Baryard (SWE) on H&M Espri at CSIO Poderbrady (CZE). After a hard battle throughout the 2005 season, Sweden came out on top of the 2005 Samsung Nations Cup series and won its ticket to the 2006 Samsung Super League. 10. The Italian team celebrated their victory in the 2005 Samsung Nations Cup leg at Dramen (NOR).

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REPORT BY THE AD INTERIM FEI SECRETARY GENERAL A very successful 2005 FEI European Dressage Championship was organised - in a few weeks only ! - in Hagen (GER) by Ulrich Kasselman, following the decision to withdraw the event from Moscow (RUS). The Samsung Super League proved again the most valuable FEI property in terms of media coverage. Its visibility in the press notably increased (+ 39%), ensuring a commercial value exceeding 2.6 million Euros in the printed press and 5 million Euros in television for Samsung, the faithful sponsor of the series. The Endurance and Eventing test events for the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games were organised with care by the Aachen Organising Committee. At its December meeting, the Bureau awarded the 2010 FEI Games to Kentucky (USA). It 2005 was definitely a year of innovations for equestrian will be the first time that the FEI Games are staged outside sport. For the first time in history, the FEI World Cup Jumping of Europe. and Dressage Finals were organised jointly in Las Vegas. The Thomas & Mack Center provided ideal conditions for the In July, the IOC confirmed the decision of BOCOG (Beijing world’s best Jumping and Dressage riders vying for the title Organising Committee for the 2008 Olympic Games) that the of FEI World Cup Champion in their respective disciplines. equestrian competitions of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Pursuing its efforts in the promotion of the FEI World Cup, would be organised in Hong Kong. Even if this decision was the FEI launched a dedicated website for FEI World Cup difficult to accept by many in the equestrian community, the FEI firmly decided to turn its full attention to ensuring that activities. outstanding Olympic equestrian competitions are staged San Patrignano is the largest centre of rehabilitation from in Hong Kong in 2008. In addition, the FEI reiterated its full drug addiction in Europe and, in its 26 years of activity, has confidence in Hong Kong’s organisational talent. welcomed and reinstated in society in a drug free condition over 20,000 people. After hosting successful CSI events since The number of international equestrian events is growing 1997, San Patrignano played host to the 2005 FEI European each year, demonstrating the success of the FEI sports Jumping Championship. This event proved an unforgettable development strategy. In November, the FEI Executive Board experience for all those involved, be they riders, officials, decided to establish a proper FEI Development Department, media representatives or spectators. The Championship was and to promote Jacqueline Braissant as its Head. This is a most professionally organised by Giacomo Muccioli and his significant change, which goes beyond the mere administrative team. Excitement, high performance and excellent media modification; additional resources will be allocated to this field in 2006. coverage provided the best reward for all their efforts.

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The FEI held a very successful General Assembly in London thanks to the kind hospitality of the British Equestrian Federation. Most of the recommendations of the Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy, that were presented during the Forum, could already be implemented in 2005. This was a matter of great satisfaction. Thanks to a pragmatic approach, a number of concrete measures and transparent communication tools were put into operation. In December, the Bureau approved the FEI Equine Anti - Doping and Medication Control Rules. This new comprehensive set of rules includes clear distinctions as to what constitutes doping and what constitutes medication, and the relevant legal standards that apply in each case. The spirit of the FEI Equine Anti-Doping and Medication Control Rules is to preserve the «spirit of sport», which is characterised by values such as ethics, fair play, excellence in performance and respect for self and other participants. Let’s not forget the reinforcement of the Legal Department which is fulfilling its prosecuting role with determination and professionalism, leaving the Judicial Committee the autonomy to fulfill its role as a decision-making body. The principles for the new FEI structure presented in London within the framework of the 2006 - 2010 FEI Strategic Plan were further developed in 2005. The restructuring initiative generated emotion at different levels, and even if the process is far from complete, I believe that it was a most beneficial step for the FEI to think over its mission and challenge certain out-of-date practices.

and its first conclusions were presented at the December Bureau Meeting, as you will read in the detailed article published in this Annual Report. There is a clear convergence of views on the main principles for reshaping the FEI, especially with regard to the empowerment of the FEI Secretariat and the need for greater simplicity in the structure in order to ensure costeffective and practical conduct of the Federation. Rather than rushing the process through, it was decided to go step by step and the new FEI Statutes are expected to be presented for approval at the 2007 General Assembly. The FEI Secretariat must be praised for its excellent work in these somewhat unstable times. Several innovative initiatives and concrete projects were successfully carried out in 2005, including the development of the FEI Horse and Rider Registration and the new horse passport administration procedure, which will allow the FEI to better serve the sport and its constituents. The FEI Commercial Division was very busy in 2005, with the implementation of the FEI corporate identity and the development of a branding strategy for key FEI properties, such as the FEI World Cup and the FEI Games. Thanks to the hard work of the Commercial Division, the FEI was pleased to welcome new partners in 2005 - Rolex, Tourism Malaysia, Heritage, and Generali - and to renew existing sponsorships with Samsung and Gandini.

On a final note, the FEI Bureau and Secretariat will join me in The first phase, which took place during the months following warmly thanking HRH Doña Pilar de Borbón for her dedication the General Assembly, was conducted under the supervision and immense contribution to equestrian sport during her 12 of the Steering Committee appointed by the Executive Board, years of presidency. with the help of external consultants and a sounding board composed of FEI Secretariat members. The Bureau held an extraordinary meeting in September to discuss the preliminary scheme, which provided a solid foundation to build on. In the second phase which started in September, a working group was created, led by the Strategic Planning Committee Chairman, Jean-Claude Falciola

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NEW FEI STRUCTURE

2006 - 2010 FEI STRATEGIC PLAN

The FEI Business Plan approved during the 2002 FEI General Assembly in Rabat (MAR), formed the basis for the preparation of the 2006-2010 FEI Strategic Plan. The 2005 FEI Bureau Meeting and General Assembly agreed to the principles of the 2006-2010 Strategic Plan, which were presented during the Forum and Group Meetings. The consensus revealed that FEI’s structure and working methods needed to evolve to meet the needs of an increasingly commercial and professional environment. In 2004, six Working Groups had been established in order to study the various aspects of the plan and in turn, make recommendations to the 2005 FEI General Assembly. The six Working Groups were defined as : A. Structure B. Development C. General Marketing and Communication D. General Welfare and Veterinary E. Information Technology F. Olympic Games

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ensuring the elimination of conflict of interests strengthening of the FEI Legal Department Judicial Committee to decide cases with fewer members administrative handling of minor matters.

Working Group B dealt with sports development. The FEI’s goal in this field was the strongest possible commitment to worldwide development of equestrian sport. The challenge was to create the conditions under which as many athletes as possible could express their potential in competition and derive the maximum benefit from the sport.

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This Group recommended: - reinforcing the FEI Development Department - designing an appropriate development structure within the FEI - continuing close collaboration with the regional Groups of National Federations - consulting experts for specific problems - development of a long-term perspective.

Working Group C concentrated on marketing issues. The development of a new brand identity had contributed to a Over 50 people representing 23 NFs were involved in the rise in the FEI profile that allowed for an increase in control various Groups. Their recommendations were presented to and ownership of the sport. the FEI General Assembly in April 2005. The following steps were proposed: Working Group A was asked to evaluate the structure of - further increase of visibility through the use of the new FEI the FEI and the judicial process. The recommendations were brand identity summarised as follows : - encouraging the perception of the FEI as a champion for - transparency in the decision-making process equestrian sport and playing down its image as a traditional - increased responsibility of the FEI staff regulatory administration - developing a clear definition of roles and responsibilities - continuation of brand identity development to its next - defining main tasks and services step, which would be a brand positioning statement, issued - setting measurable targets in a pragmatic and explicit form. - promoting efficiency and cost-effective methods - developing a pro - active and interactive public relations Working Group D examined issues of general welfare and veterinary matters. Its recommendations and comments strategy - adopting a marketing-oriented commercial strategy capable were summarised as follows : of generating external income through TV rights, sponsorship - as the sole international equestrian authority, the FEI must ensure the absolute welfare and well-being of horse ; the and products

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authorities and general public must be assured that horses involved in equestrian sports were well treated and were not at any risk of being abused. a key to long term public acceptance was a clear understanding of the difference between legitimate medication and doping maintaining a medication control programme that allowed for proper treatment when needed without interfering in the principles of a fair competition further development of a speedy analysis, reporting and follow-up process linked to a clear communication procedure implementing proper penalties within an acceptable time frame providing regular educational tools to officials and riders reviewing the veterinary examination and horse inspection system reviewing and issuing recommendations for transportation, disease prevention, competition frequency and training intensity further development of a horse database development of a clear FEI positioning statement on animal welfare.

Working Group E dealt with information technology. The FEI information system should become the cross point of all actors of equestrian sport by providing solutions that reinforce its position on the international sport scene, while respecting fair play and the welfare of the horse. The FEI had an important mission in providing information to all stakeholders of the sport. The Working Group E recognised the efforts made to date and recommended: - registering all riders and horses participating at international level in a central registry - revising the FEI horse passport system - user-friendly tools to access and use the available data - use of a single and functional information system as an important instrument in the promotion of the sport and the reinforcement of the FEI credibility.

Working Group F concentrated on the Olympic Games which were paramount to equestrian sport. The link between the FEI, the National Federations, the National Olympic Committees and the International Olympic Committee was crucial. The Olympic Games gave the FEI and its member NFs a “raison d’être.” Furthermore, the financial implications of this link had a direct effect on the development of the sport worldwide as it supported the institutionalisation of services provided by the FEI and its member NFs. Working Group F recommended: - the reinforcement of equestrian sport by encouraging the organisation of national and regional championships thus increasing competition opportunities and further global representation of the sport - involvement by the FEI of IOC and NOC members in the sport by regularly inviting and accompanying them to important equestrian events - affordability of equestrian sports for Olympic Games Organising Committees must be ensured through strict control of costs and venues size supervised by the FEI - reviewing of the Olympic equestrian programme to ensure that it remained dynamic and allowed for quality TV coverage - inclusion of a fourth equestrian discipline within the Olympic programme. FEI STRUCTURE Following the 2005 General Assembly, the Executive Board appointed a Steering Group to conduct the proposed modernisation. This Group reported to an Extraordinary FEI Bureau Meeting in Lausanne (SUI) on 14 September 2005. The Bureau decided to ask the FEI Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) to form a Working Group to supervise the next phase of the implementation of the structural changes. The SPC Working Group reported its progress to the FEI Bureau during its fall meeting in Bahrain (BRN). A further report will be made at the 2006 General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur (MAS).

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FEI TASK FORCE ON DOPING AND MEDICATION POLICY

FEI MEDICATION ADVISORY GROUP

Following the recommendations of the FEI Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy, an FEI Medication Advisory Group was set up to determine detection times of commonly used therapeutic substances, laboratory sensitivity and how best to meet the needs of treating and team veterinarians. Its aim was to produce recommendations for the Bureau meeting in December 2005 and to establish procedures that can be Main items / activities included : - review of discussions with interested parties such as the enacted in 2006. It held its first meeting on 27 June 2005 in International Jumping Riders Club, FEI Groups I and II and Lausanne (SUI). the Swedish Trotting Association - defining a clear differentiation between doping and Main items / activities included : - review of data on substances specified as medication that medication may be reasonably requested for treatment of a horse close - establishing a clear definition of substances and tolerance to competition and to provide meaningful detection times levels, Medicine Box and withdrawal times - discussion pertaining to testing procedures, laboratories - creation of two working groups: the first would concentrate on the harmonisation of the four FEI Laboratories. The and recommended levels of detection second would study detection times for substances in the - recommendations on sanctions for doping, medication “Medicine Box” as listed by the FEI Task Force on Doping cases Class A and B and repeat offences and Medication Policy. - suggestions of methods of crisis management and handling of high profile cases - proposals for improved internal and external communication policy - reporting their findings to the FEI General Assembly and formulating overall recommendations. The FEI Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy, created in November 2004, held its second meeting in Paris (FRA) on 2 February 2005.

Some additional suggestions concerning the stewarding system, the role of judges and their participation in control, standardisation of allowed in-competition treatment, limitation of the number of Grand Prix starts, the regulation of prize money over competitions, the role of modern course design and education, were also discussed. A third meeting was held in Lausanne (SUI) in order to comment on the progress of draft anti -doping and medication control rules for horses to be enacted in 2006. The basis of the FEI Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy is the protection of the integrity and cleanliness of the sport whilst recognising that horses are competitive athletes who deserve the greatest care and whose welfare is paramount. It is important to note that the FEI has a more conservative and stricter approach than the one laid down by the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA).

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JUMPING COMMITTEE

The FEI Jumping Committee held the first of its two annual meetings following the 2005 FEI World Cup Jumping Final in Las Vegas, NV (USA) on 25 April, and the second took place in Rimini (ITA) on 25 July 2005 following the 2005 FEI European Jumping Championship.

FEI COMMITTEES

EXECUTIVE BOARD

The FEI Executive Board met seven times in 2005 : 21 - 22 January 2005 in Beijing (CHN), 5, 8 and 10 April in London (GBR), 1 June in Lausanne (SUI), 25 July in Rimini (ITA), 13 and 15 September in Lausanne (SUI), 15 November in Madrid (ESP) and 5 December in Bahrain (BRN). Main items / activities included: - decision to retain Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) as 2nd Vice President for another year - welcome of new member Simon Brooks-Ward (GBR) - monitoring the progress of the FEI Strategic Planning Committee - structural changes within the FEI Secretariat - appointment of the FEI Sports Director, Michael Stone, as Chairman of the FEI Super League Committee and member of the FEI World Cup Jumping Working Group - approval of members to the new FEI Super League Committee - approval of proposed modifications/amendments to various rules - monitoring the progress of the FEI Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy - allocation of various FEI Championships and Finals - acceptance of proposed competition schedule and equestrian venue for the 2008 Olympic Games - acceptance of the transfer of governance of Para-Equestrian from the International Para Equestrian Committee (IPEC) to the FEI - acceptance of the resignation of the FEI Secretary General and appointment of a Secretary General ad interim - acceptance of the resignation from the FEI Executive Board of Frank Schreve (NED) - appointment of Katharine E. Jackson (USA) as ad interim FEI Executive Board member.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE

The FEI Finance Committee met on 8 March and 8 September 2005 in Lausanne (SUI). Main items / activities included: - review and approval of the 2004 accounts audited by PricewaterhouseCoopers for presentation to the FEI Bureau and General Assembly - review of the 2005 financial outlook and revision of 2005 operating budget, capital expenditure budget, balance sheet and cash flow - review of 2006 operating budget and IT development - investment portfolio review - discussion of financial issues related to the proposed new structure of the FEI and the proposed transformation of the Finance Committee into an Audit Committee.

STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE

During 2005, on-going efforts to further develop the overall FEI Strategic Plan were made. Additional meetings included discussions pertaining to the restructuring of the FEI. These took place during the Extraordinary Bureau Meeting held on 14 September in Lausanne (SUI) and the Bureau Meeting held in Bahrain (BRN) on 7 December 2005. Main items / activities included: - presentation of 2006 - 2010 Strategic Plan to General Assembly - ratification by the General Assembly of Simon Brooks-Ward (GBR) as Chairman of the Strategic Planning Committee - further work on restructuring of the FEI in the context of the Strategic Plan - recommendations for addressing conflict of interests. .

Main items / activities included: - approval of timing equipment and decision to make FEIapproved timing equipment obligatory for all organisers as of 2007 - review of the Jumping Qualification Procedure for the 2008 Olympic Games and presentation to the FEI Bureau for approval - review of cross-over points for FEI World Cup Jumping - approval of changes to FEI World Cup Jumping Rules - decision pertaining to the number of teams in Nations Cup competitions – same rules apply worldwide - revision of FEI Rules for Jumping Events - changes to the CSI Invitation System - recommendations to the FEI Bureau pertaining to the dimensions of obstacles for international competitions with the participation of both Young Riders and Juniors - approval and addition of instructions to the FEI Manual for Stewarding - review of the report by the Independent Committee on the Footing at the 2004 Olympic Games and recommendations to the FEI Bureau.

FEI Super League Committee The FEI Super League Committee held its annual meeting in Barcelona (ESP) on 17 September 2005. Main items / activities included: - approval of 2006 calendar - production of a five-year CSIO calendar - proposal of FEI financial support for events in the 2006 FEI Nations Cup series - entry fees : introduction of a ceiling considered unnecessary - recommendation to use the formula of one round with one jump-off for FEI Super League Grand Prix events as of 2006 - review of the FEI World Jumping Riders’ Rankings point system - decision to request authorisation: - to approve the CSIO calendar two years in advance - to increase the number of riders qualifying through the first round of 2006 FEI Super League competitions for the Grand Prix - to limit the number of efforts in the Grand Prix where a two-round formula is used and to advise course designers to limit course size if teams participating are not top level teams - to alter FEI Nations Cup series’ point system to ensure that a greater number of teams obtain points - to permit CSIO events below 3* level to be hosted in a foreign country.

2005 Samsung Super League Just three years after its inauguration, the Samsung Super League Series has proven to be a great success, reviving the true sense of “Team Spirit”. Eight teams, eight competitions and just over four months of Jumping – the formula is just right. The US team demonstrated that sense of “team” from Main items / activities included: the start and took home the 2005 Samsung Super League - researching ways of improving the performance of riders title with victories at La Baule (FRA) and Aachen (GER) and a from weaker Leagues total of 55 points. Germany were second (46 points) followed - consideration and evaluation of the newly introduced Arab by the British in third position. The final results of the 2005 leaderboard are: 1, USA; 2, GER; 3, GBR; 4, SUI; 5, NED; 6, FRA; League 7, IRL; 8, BEL (relegated). - evaluation of the past FEI World Cup Jumping season - strengthening of the Western European League - approval of the new World Cup calendar - appointment of officials for the 2006 World Cup Final 2005 Samsung Nations Cup - modifications to the World Cup rules The 2005 season of the Samsung Nations Cup Series included 19 events and was won by Sweden (40 points) followed by Italy (28) and Austria (25). Twenty-five nations participated FEI World Cup Jumping Final in the Series and 17 obtained points. Sweden is promoted to The FEI World Cup Jumping Final, started in 1979, is an annual the Samsung Super League for the 2006 season, replacing showdown among the world’s best jumping horses and riders. Belgium. Approximately 45 riders qualify from 13 leagues around the world. FEI World Cup Jumping Working Group On 23 April, the FEI World Cup Jumping Working Group held its annual meeting during the 2005 FEI World Cup Jumping Final in Las Vegas, NV (USA).

The FEI Budweiser World Cup Jumping Final took place in Las Vegas, NV (USA) on 25 April 2005. Germany’s Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on Shutterfly, claimed the 27th FEI World Cup Jumping title. In the end, it was a clear-cut victory but the 31-year-old rider was obliged to compete under great pressure. She is the first woman to claim the trophy since Katharine Burdsall steered The Natural to success in 1987, and the fourth woman ever to take the title. Britain’s Michael Whitaker and Portofino picked up just a single time fault finishing in second place. Marcus Ehning (GER) and Gitania tied for third place with Lars Nieberg (GER) and Lucie.

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DRESSAGE COMMITTEE

Two meetings were held by the FEI Dressage Committee in 2005, first in London (GBR) from 20 to 22 May, and then in Aachen (GER) on 26 August. Issues extensively discussed pertained to the General Assembly decision on the principle of three riders in Team competitions for the 2008 Olympic Games, the use of overbending (Rollkur) and the future of the FEI World Cup Dressage Series. Main items / activities included: - approval of new Junior Dressage Tests for 2006 - a decision to prepare a detailed report in order to supply practical recommendations pertaining to riding/training methods at warm-up/exercise areas - agreement to organise an FEI Young Riders World Cup Dressage Final in 2005 in Frankfurt (GER) - agreement, in principle, to the organisation of an FEI Young Riders World Cup Dressage Series as of 2006 - discussion of introduction of fees for all CDI-Ws and the submission of a proposal to the Finance Committee on this subject - approval of final draft for the complete revision of the FEI Rules for Dressage Events, 22nd edition. Because financial guarantees were not available, the European Dressage Championship was withdrawn from Moscow (RUS), and moved to Hagen (GER). The initial dates were maintained and the amazingly efficient Hagen Organising Committee put together a wonderful event in only two weeks, offering all the conditions for top class sport. FEI World Cup Dressage Final This 20th edition of the FEI World Cup Dressage Final, held in Las Vegas, NV (USA) on 25 April 2005, really hit the jackpot. Germany and The Netherlands have dominated the competition since it began in 1986, winning six titles each. Anky van Grunsven (NED) on Keltec Salinero, won her seventh World Cup title, but she was chased to the wire by pupil Edward Gal (NED) on Geldnet Lingh while no less than four riders scored over 80 percent denoting the highest standard ever seen. Van Grunsven’s score of 86.725 may not have rung up a new level – she had achieved that mark with the legendary Bonfire – but four of the five-strong ground jury awarded artistic totals of over 90 percent.

EVENTING COMMITTEE

The FEI Eventing Committee held two meetings in 2005, first in Lausanne (SUI) on 24-25 February, in the offices of the FEI Secretariat where it was possible for the Committee Members to meet with FEI Directors/Heads of Departments, and the second was held in Malmö (SWE) on 10-11 August during the FEI Eventing World Cup Final. Main items/activities included: - Elaboration of the first draft of a ten-year strategic plan for Eventing, which includes a mission statement; a definition of the philosophy of the discipline and long-term goals; development of technical aspects and competition format. - consideration of a change in name of the sport – an independent study was commissioned by the FEI - the future of the Development Programme and its importance for the discipline - review of the Safety Programme Annual Report – available on the FEI web site – a Course Designers’ working group was created to supply further explanations in order to use this information effectively - revision and clarification of the FEI Rules for Eventing - review of the scoring system - review of existing major events - updating of Eventing qualification criteria for the 2008 Olympic Games - requirement of course attendance every three years for all Eventing officials and discussion on updated concepts for courses - review of responsibilities of Eventing officials - decision to carry out payment of Technical Delegates for 3star and above events and all championships as of 1 January 2006 and procedures for such payment, in order to upgrade this function to a more professional standard.

FEI Eventing World Cup Final The 2005 edition of the FEI Eventing World Cup Final in Malmö (SWE) was a fantastic one. It offered excellent sport and was enthusiastically acclaimed by 18,000 spectators. Australia’s Clayton Fredericks came out as the worthy winner with a score of 42 penalties. The 2nd place went to another Australian, Andrew Hoy, who finished on 44.3 points. Piia Pantsu (FIN) followed in 3rd position only 0.1 points behind Hoy (44.4).

- discussion and agreement pertaining to: - clarification of the Bridge Obstacle Rule for safety reasons - contracts with FEI World Cup Driving organisers to specify a system for appointment of officials - production of new Dressage Tests - clarification to qualification criteria - Guidelines: to assist drivers and judges concerning the movement “within the ‘shoulder in’”, detailed in test 8; for cone competitions; for the positioning of judges; for organisers and officials - the high number of World Championships in Driving and the need to monitor the situation - acceptance of the use of heart-rate monitors - debate on various proposed venues for 2007 championships - review of the use of Yellow Cards. FEI World Cup Driving Once again, the final event of the 2004/2005 FEI World Cup Driving Series took place in Göteborg (SWE), on 24 – 28 March, in the Scandinavium Arena. Ysbrand Chardon (NED) was the joint winner with Michael Freund (GER) on 34 points. Werner Ulrich (SUI) came third. FEI Top Driver Awards Four-in-Hand, supported by Finn Caspersen The final event for the Top Driver Award for Four-in-Hand took place in Donaueschingen (GER) on 16 – 18 September. Werner Ulrich (SUI) won the 2005 Trophy with 77 points, Ysbrand Chardon (NED) came in second with 72 points and Michael Freund (GER) was third with 69 points. Pairs Driving, supported by Van der Wiel Harness Competitors from France took all three top places in the final event of the FEI Top Driver Award for Pairs held in Riesenbeck (GER) on 4 – 7 August. Eve Cadi-Verna won with 58 points, Pierre Jung was second with 54 points and François Dutilloy came in third with 52 points. Singles Driving, supported by Kühnle Kutschenmanufaktur GmbH & Co. KG The final event of the FEI Top Driver Award for Singles held at Nebanice (CZE) 14 – 17 July, witnessed the victory of Dieter Lauterbach (GER) with 67 points, followed by Benoît Vernay (FRA), 62 points, and Marcel Stassen (BEL) with 41 points.

In third place, Debbie McDonald (USA) and Brentina seduced the crowd to Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” and that’s what they DRIVING COMMITTEE got in return. The FEI Driving Committee held its annual meeting at Catton Hall (GBR)on 18 July 2005. FEI World Cup Dressage for Young Riders Final The first Final of the FEI World Cup Dressage for Young Riders took place in Frankfurt (GER) from 15 to 18 December 2005 and was won by Valentina Truppa (ITA) and Don Rico 12 who scored 75,650% in the Freestyle to Music final competition. Jessica Werndl (GER) and Duchess 8, who were in the lead during the qualifying competitions, finished in the runner-up position with 75,500%, followed by Emma Kanerva (FIN) and Atoftens Volanti on 73.150%.

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Main items/activities included: - consideration of proposals pertaining to: - amendments to the FEI World Cup Driving Rules, the possibility of holding a Final and a change in restrictions concerning a wild card - various rule changes - organisation of a clinic for FEI World Cup Driving officials$ - inclusion of ponies in the Top Driver Award (USA only)

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Endurance team since 1991 and was named national trainer - sending of information and applications to all National Federations for candidate proposals to form the FEI Para in 1994. Under his leadership, French riders accumulated 27 Equestrian Committee medals at European and World Championships, nine of which - proposed Generic Rules to NFs and a finalised version to the in gold. FEI Bureau - preparation of a finalised version of Generic Rules, Dressage Rules and Driving Rules for submission to the FEI General Assembly VAULTING COMMITTEE The FEI Vaulting Committee held its annual meeting in - preparation for the transfer of governance. Verolanuova (ITA) on 8 and 9 August following the 2005 FEI European Vaulting Championship. Main items / activities included: - development of a protocol and working document pertaining to a Horse Score for CVIs - mandating a representative of the International Vaulting Club to further develop the idea of an FEI World Cup for Vaulting and to make a proposal for the Committee’s consideration - discussion of the creation of a FEI Vaulting Challenge - agreement to financially support two courses in 2006: Bad Boll (GER) and Bogota (COL) - agreement on minor clarifications to the FEI Vaulting Rules

REINING COMMITTEE

ENDURANCE COMMITTEE

After the highly successful FEI Open European Endurance - review of existing vet gate presentation times Championship in Compiègne (FRA), the Endurance Committee - a star rating of officials and Endurance veterinarians - newly designed Endurance courses met on 29 August 2005 for its annual meeting. - discussion of problems surrounding issues of “conflict of interest” Main items / activities included: - appointment of officials to future championships - review of submissions received for important 2007 and Pierre Cazes (FRA), FEI Endurance Committee Member and respected expert, tragically died on 9 August, after having been 2008 championships - project to create an Endurance Series to commemorate the kicked in the thorax by a horse. A veterinarian, Pierre Cazes had been in charge of the selection process for the French National late Dr Pierre Cazes

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PONY RIDERS COMMITTEE

The FEI Pony Riders Committee held its annual meeting in Amsterdam (NED) on 29 August 2005. Main items / activities included: - recommendation of the allocation of the 2007 FEI European Championship for Pony Riders to Freudenberg (GER) - new Dressage Test 2006 - preparation of minor changes to the Special Regulations for Pony Riders and their submission to the General Assembly

CHILDREN’S COMMITTEE

The FEI Children’s Committee held its annual meeting in Simi The FEI Reining Committee held two annual meetings Valley, California (USA) on 25 November 2005, during the in Manerbio (ITA), first on 7 May 2005 and then on 23 Final of the FEI Children’s International Jumping Competition. September during the first FEI World Reining Masters Finals held in Europe. Main items / activities included: - review of the 2005 season which reflected continued Main items / activities included: increase in the participation figures with nearly 700 riders - confirmation of last date for qualification to and entry in competing in Categories A and B the 2005 FEI Reining Masters Final - approval of a new Category “C” to encourage development - recommendation of change of venue for the 2006 FEI of the sport in those countries where the level of riding Reining Masters Finals among children has not yet reached the standard of - proposal of rule changes and qualifications for 2006 FEI Category B Reining Masters - appointment of Course Designer for the 2007 season - decision on the number of go - rounds for the 2006 FEI - appointment of officials for 2006 FEI European Jumping World Equestrian Games Championship for Children, Istanbul (TUR) - agreed that results of rider/horse combinations will be the - appointment of officials for 2006 FEI Children’s Jumping base for the FEI Reining World Ranking List Competition Final - proposal for Masters and Riders Rankings systems - discussion of allocation of 2006 and 2007 FEI Children’s - proposal to create a Continental Ranking List for Reining Jumping Finals - proposal of rule changes for the classification of CRIs - review of Children’s competitions in other disciplines - clarifying number of judges in Ground Jury for CRIs - recommendations for alterations to the FEI Rules for Pony - taking steps to answer the acute need for Reining Stewards Riders and Children and FEI Vets for Reining - presentation of a Strategic Plan 2006 - 2012. FEI Children’s International Jumping Competition Final The 2005 FEI Children’s International Jumping Competition Final again took place at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Simi Valley, California (USA), from 21 to 27 November. Thirty-two PARA-EQUESTRIAN WORKING GROUP children participated, 16 from the USA and 16 from around A meeting was held at the headquarters of the International the world. After a head-to-head duel in the jump-off between Paralympic Committee (IPC) in Bonn (GER) on 1 September Colombian rider Mark Bluman and Matias Bayas from 2005 for the discussion of the transfer of governance of Para- Ecuador, the gold medal went to Mark Bluman, cousin of the Equestrian to the FEI and preparation of the membership 2004 winner. Luis Fernando Larrazabal of Venezuela took the agreement for the FEI to become part of the IPC. bronze. Main items / activities included: - selection of a temporary subcommittee to provide technical assistance until permanent members can be appointed to form an FEI Para-Equestrian Technical Committee

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VETERINARY COMMITTEE

Main items/activities of the FEI Judicial Committee and Legal The FEI Veterinary Committee held its annual meeting in Paris Department included: (FRA) from 29 January to 1 February 2005. - implementation of the administrative sanctioning procedure (“fast-track”) - production of public information (as of 1 August 2005) Main items / activities included: pertaining to procedures and the status of cases opened - recognition of the work done by the FEI Task Force on since 1 January 2005, henceforth published regularly on the Doping and Medication Policy pertaining to: FEI website - adoption of a new FEI Medication Code - review of sanctioning policy pertaining to doping and - initiation of the Medication Advisory Group (MAG) positive medication cases - the Medicine Box and Detection Times for specified - continued collaboration with the World Anti-Doping Agency substances - re-classification of substances (grading) (WADA), defining the number of riders included in the FEI Registered Testing Pool (RTP) and with a view to providing - recommendations for testing procedures, laboratories, legal procedure and sanctions for equitable and transparent processes and penalties - medication cases for horses: 95 cases were processed and - important changes to the Veterinary Regulations finalized, 32 of which were decided according to the fast- setting up of a Veterinary Research Working Group - on-going use of new methods of control and pursuit of track procedure. The majority of cases (47) were decided by correspondence and 9 cases were decided in frontal research on hypersensitisation and the issue of overbending (Rollkur) hearings or by teleconference. Four appeals were presented - progress on the list of Prohibited Substances to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), two of which were withdrawn by the Person Responsible. - approved two changes to the list of threshold substances - agreed that reliable information regarding substances used - 27 cases were still pending as of 31 December 2005. This compares to 58 at the same time last year. and their detection times in the laboratory is essential to - continued implementation of other key Task Force treating veterinarians recommendations - confirmed the fact that analysis and confirmatory analysis of positive samples are to be carried out by the same - making available for the first time a working room for the media during the hearing of Cian O’Connor (IRL) with the laboratory FEI Judicial Committee on 27 March 2005 - decided to enforce sanctions (as of 1 January 2006) applying to horses not meeting FEI requirement for influenza - restructuring and reinforcement of the FEI Legal Department. vaccination - discussion on the electronic identification of the horse The FEI Medical Committee, sub-committee of the FEI Judicial (chip) and its integration into the FEI passport system. Committee, met also in London on 27 June 2005.

JUDICIAL COMMITTEE

The newly expanded FEI Judicial Committee (7 members) met in plenary on 28 June 2005 in London (GBR). The Judicial Committee is comprised of qualified attorneys in multiple jurisdictions, all with relevant experience in administration and/or competition with respect to international equestrian disciplines.

Main items/activities included: - review of the Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) granted by the FEI Medical Committee and the need for further educational efforts pertaining to TUEs - WADA out-of-competition control programme and the criteria for inclusion in the RTP - in-competition testing of human athletes - creation of official medical contacts through the National Federations and the competitors listed in the RTP - injury prevention initiatives.

The Committee members focused particularly on sanctioning policy with respect to doping and medication cases. In doing so, close attention was paid to the recommendations of the Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy made to the FEI General Assembly in April 2005. These, together with the impact of the World Anti-Doping Code and other applicable laws, were closely examined with a view of providing for equitable and transparent processes and penalties, where applicable, in the future and upon implementation of other key Task Force recommendations. Processes concerning evidence gathering and hearings, case allocation and conflict of interest were also discussed. In addition to the annual meeting, the Committee members convened on a monthly basis by means of teleconference.

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FEI REGIONAL GROUPS

The National Federations affiliated to the FEI are divided into Election Committee nine Regional Groups in order to promote and coordinate the - nominated, by general acceptance, Dr Hanfried Haring development and activities of equestrian sport within the (GER) as new Chairman of Group II to be elected by the Group area as well as facilitate communication. 2006 FEI General Assembly. Group I - reviewed various issues pertaining to the work of the FEI Strategic Planning Committee - acknowledged the importance and possibilities of the FEI registration process and proposed standard use of the FEI entry system - expressed concern pertaining to the electronic timing systems - noted that the Invitation System was not respected - Dressage horse/rider combination rankings and the applicable rules triggered a great deal of discussion - the welfare of horses was a topic of major concern, as were importation requirements for Hong Kong. Group II - reported that preparation for the 2006 World Equestrian Games was well advanced - reviewed various issues pertaining to the work of the FEI Strategic Planning Committee - expressed concern pertaining to the coordination and supervision of any / all legal contracts issued by the FEI - agreed that the Commercial Department and the Dressage Committee work together on in-depth changes for the calendar - recommended that practical solutions to anti-doping rules be determined in conjunction with WADA taking into consideration the specific circumstances in equestrian sport - proposed that an official stand / statement be made on the important animal welfare issue of cloning - recommended to the FEI Executive Board the creation of an

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Group III - No report was submitted. Group IV - was searching for solutions to costly transportation and horse shipping expenses between the islands of its Member NFs - wished to be informed regarding the effects of altitude and climate regarding the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games - reported on progress and plans for a Caribbean Championship to be held in Trinidad Tobago in 2007 - reported on the success of the FEI Challenge supported by PSI - expressed satisfaction with Level I Coaching Courses and requested Level II courses. Group V - reported on the organisation of the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games in Bogota (COL) - supported the inclusion of Eventing in the 2007 Pan American Games - explained difficulties encountered by riders in participating in important events organised in Europe and thus having a chance to be included in the FEI World Ranking Lists - expressed enthusiasm for the FEI Coaching System and reports on efforts to coordinate courses within the areas of Group V and VI.

Group VI - reported on the very first Level II Coach System course given in Buenos Aires (ARG) - explained the decision to momentarily allow participation on borrowed horses to take place within the South American Championship - decided that “pre-junior” riders could participate only once in this category - considered the possibility of joining the North American Young Riders’ Championship to promote participation in this category - Group members will submit for approval by the FEI, a Rules project to promote an Amateurs /Owners category - regretted the high prices of imported veterinary kits for anti-doping control and would submit proposals to reduce these costs - nominated Pablo Mayorga (ARG) for a second term as Chairman of Group VI for the 2006-2010 period for election by the 2006 FEI General Assembly . Group VII - No report was submitted.

- suggested close collaboration with the AEF for the appointment of competition officials - recommended means to improve the standard of qualification of competition officials in the Asian region. Group IX - highly appreciated the FEI Coaching System and Level I Courses; - reported that the FEI World Jumping and Dressage Challenges were important to the development of the sport in this group - informed that some of the Group members suffered from the emigration of their riders and coaches due to the unstable economic and political situation - explained that high travel expenses limited the possibilities of Group meetings - explained that veterinary issues also presented problems - informed that negotiations were taking place with Australia and New Zealand to establish an annual “Tri-Nations Show Jumping Team Competition” on borrowed horses.

Group VIII - reported on equestrian competitions organised in 2005 - informed that three FEI Coaching System Level I Courses were organised as well as a Dressage Course and a FEI Group VIII Regional Dressage Forum - presentation of the Asian Equestrian Federation President’s Trophy - explained horse transportation costs to attend the 2006 Asian Games in Doha (QAT), suggested a possible solution and requested help from the FEI in resolving this problem - requested receipt of technical materials and technical handbook prepared by the 2006 Asian Games Organising Committee

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Olympic Solidarity Six out of the 12 courses for coaches were financed by Olympic Solidarity. The remaining six courses were financed either by the NF or through other funds.

SPORTS DEVELOPMENT

STRATEGIC PLAN FOR DEVELOPMENT

FEI COACHING SYSTEM

On the occasion of the 2005 General Assembly, the FEI FEI Courses for Coaches Development Working Group presented a strategic plan for In 2005, development proved once again a driving force for the National Federations. The number of Level 1 courses for the future, which is outlined as follows: coaches doubled in comparison to last year, which is a great success and tangible proof that our efforts correspond to a Where do we want to go? The goal of the FEI is the strongest possible commitment to real need. the world-wide development of equestrian sport. The goal is to create the conditions under which as many athletes as The first Level 2 course for coaches was organised in Buenos possible can express their potential in competition and derive Aires (ARG) in September under the direction of Gerry the maximum benefit from the sport in the country of each Mullins (IRL), FEI Tutor. Twelve Level 1 coaches duly selected from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay attended. A FEI Member Federation. Level 2 certification will be given to them upon decision of an Evaluation Commission. The second Level 2 course that Why do we want to go there? - To advance equestrian sport through the appropriate was due to take place in Chile, on 21-27 November was education of key personnel which will ensure continuity, postponed. self sufficiency, raising of standards - To reduce the gap between developing and developed NFs In total, 12 FEI courses for coaches were organised in 2005, - To ensure universality by constantly developing the sport’s according to the following calendar: foundations and by affiliating additional FEI member NFs - To facilitate access of people from different cultures to our DATES NF GR LEVELS TUTORS sport. 20 - 23 June RUS III 1 Jean Paul Magnen (FRA) How will we get there? - By putting in place an appropriate development structure within the FEI Development Department - By using the existing structure outside the FEI, i.e. working closely with Group Chairmen to help communicate and coordinate projects in the nine FEI Regional Groups - By employing adequate human resources to help implement this structure.

22 - 27 June 5 - 9 July 12 - 16 July 20 - 24 July 12 - 17 Sept. 24 - 27 Sept. 1 - 5 Oct. 3 - 6 Oct. 4 - 7 Oct. 10 - 13 Oct. 8 - 11 Nov.

BER IV MAS VIII THA VIII KOR VIII ARG VI BRA VI JAM IV CRC V URU VI ECU VI TUR Balkans

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Susanne Macken (IRL) Jean-Paul Magnen(FRA) Jean-Paul Magnen (FRA) Jean-Paul Magnen (FRA) Gerry Mullins (IRL) Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA) Susanne Macken (IRL) Peter Strijbosch (NED) Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA) Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA) Gerry Mullins (IRL)

The FEI Development Department is in the process of analysing the horse sport situation in developing NFs. This will help identify areas in which development assistance is No less than 25 NFs took part in these courses (ARG, BER, needed. BLR, BOL, BRA, CHI, CYP, ECU, EST, GRE, HAI, HKG, INA, ISV, JAM, JPN, KOR, MAS, PER, ROM, RUS, THA, TRI, TUR, URU). The 2005 FEI development activities, which were numerous A data base to monitor FEI coaches is in preparation. and very successful, are briefly presented hereafter:

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Tutors’ debriefing in Helicon Deurne (NED) The FEI Development Working Group, chaired by Gerry Mullins (IRL) and the FEI Tutors involved in the FEI Coaching System Programme, met at the National Riding School Helicon in Deurne (NED) from 24 to 26 January 2005. The first day served as a debriefing session on the courses for coaches that had been organised in 2004 in Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, South Africa and Swaziland. Susanne Macken, Gerry Mullins, Peter Strijbosch, Karl-Heinz Giebmanns and Kathy Amos Jacob reported on their first experience as FEI Tutors. The other Tutors – Jean-Philippe Camboulives, Jean-Paul Magnen, Lars Meyer zu Bexten and John Ledingham – also actively participated in this meeting. The second day was dedicated to the role of the Coach and the harmonisation of techniques. Tutors had to present topics chosen from flat work, Jumping and Eventing and made demonstrations in the riding arena using students from the riding school as “guinea pigs”. A presentation on the use of the horse at the lunge, by JeanMichel Pinel Chairman of the FEI Vaulting Committee, led to animated discussions. The last day was based on the review of the role of the Tutor and the use of the interactive learning technique method. Liam Moggan, coach and psychologist at the National Coaching and Training Centre in Limerick (IRL), acted as moderator throughout the three days of meetings and trained the Tutors. The meeting ended with a general discussion on the use of the method, the difference between the role of the Coach and the Tutor, the introduction of a Code of Ethics and the necessity for an assessment for Level 2 courses. Tutors’ course in Istanbul (TUR) From 7 to 11 November 2005, a course for Tutors and a FEI Level 1 for coaches was organised in the SIEC (Sevil Sabanci International Equestrian Centre) in Istanbul. The first course was designed for tutors involved in the FEI Coaching System. They met for a debriefing of their activities during the year and to improve their tutorial skills under the direction of Liam Moggan.

It is worth mentioning that a tremendous effort was made by the Regional Group Chairmen in helping the FEI Development Department to implement the Coaching System and various development programmes. The importance of their coordinating role will grow and will increasingly become a condition for the successful development of equestrian sport in the nine regions.

FEI WORLD CHALLENGES

Despite the withdrawal of the former sponsor, Performance Sales International (PSI), the FEI World Jumping and Dressage Challenges held a steady course throughout the year. FEI World Jumping Challenge The FEI World Jumping Challenge took place without any major problems despite the cancellations of the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Trinidad. The introduction of a new rule concerning the size of the arena (90 x 45) and the appointment of a foreign judge was vehemently discussed but finally, apart from a few exceptions, everyone complied with the new regulations. The increase by 38% in the number of participants in Category B was noted with great satisfaction. 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Category/NF A=23 A=27 A=30 A=31 A=40 A=47 A=45 A=47 A=44

Category/NF B=7 B=6 B=10 B=17 B=28 B=31 B=38 B=38 B=40

2002 2003 2004 2005

Category/NF 523 participants 528 participants 489 participants 435 participants

Category/NF 274 participants 363 participants 321 participants 446 participants

FEI World Dressage Challenge Despite the lack of a sponsor, the FEI World Dressage Challenge Conclusions included: was successfully organised thus proving its importance for - Review/discussion of how coaches learn developing NFs. Unfortunately, Kazakhstan had to withdraw - Discussion of their role as FEI Tutors due to a lack of a suitable indoor arena. Since 2004, we have - Clarification of skills/qualities of good tutors observed a decrease in the number of participants at Prix St. - Planning and practice as Tutors Georges level for the benefit of other classes, such as Children, - Assistance to coaches in helping riders improve their Novice and Advanced. This coincided with the introduction of a rule excluding Intermediate I, II and Grand Prix horses and performance riders from the competition. This situation is worrying for it - Shareing of experiences and feedback does not help the younger generation to develop. - Commitment to the FEI “process” and FEI “product”. The second course brought together 14 coaches from BUL, CYP, GRE, ROM and TUR with Gerry Mullins as FEI Tutor.

1

In addition to her task as FEI Tutor, Susanne Macken (IRL) has started to assist some grassroots NFs in the Caribbean and Armenia in their endeavour to establish a sports structure. This is being carried out under the Programme of Assistance to NFs. 1. FEI Coaching System Level 1 Couse in Botswana led by Kathy Amos-Jacob (FRA)

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2004 FEI World Jumping and Dressage Finals supported by PSI The 2004 FEI World Jumping and Dressage Challenge Finals supported by PSI took place in June in Hagen (GER) at Hof Kasselmann within the framework of the Horse and Dreams Exhibition. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate disturbing the exhibition and competitions. However, the three Finals took place as scheduled and were supported by a large crowd, who noticed a real improvement in the level in Jumping, Dressage and especially Children. The quality of the horses lent by Mr Kasselmann and Mr Schockemöhle was outstanding.

Another cause for worry was the pending sale of the hippodrome to a private construction company. This would oblige the organisers to find another location outside the city.

FEI World Jumping Challenge Final 1. Judy Limb (KEN) 2. Patrick Nisbett (BER) 3. Armando Hassey (MEX)

European Coaching Council European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment (ENSSEE) In 1999, the European Network of Sports Science, Education and Employment (ENSSEE) developed a framework for the recognition of coaching qualifications in Europe. This was achieved in cooperation with representatives of national agencies for coach education in the European Union (EU) member states. A European structure for five levels of training for coaches was created and used as a reference point by each of the EU member states in the further development of their coach education system.

Notwithstanding all these problems, it is encouraging to note an obvious improvement in the riding style of some competitors.

COOPERATION WITH OTHER ORGANISATIONS 2 3

FEI World Dressage Challenge Final 1. Carla de Falco (ARG) 2. Timolene Walraven (ZIM) 3. Akoele Roachford (BAR)

2. Andrey Grishin (RUS) on Skampolo during an International competition in Russia

3. Clinic in Malawi

FEI World Children Dressage Challenge 1. Rebecca Goldsbury (NZL) 2. Simona Krizova (CZE) 3. Eniko Decsi (HUN)

This year, a review of this 5-level structure was started in order to maximise its relevance in the context of the expanding EU framework. A Working Group consisting, among others, of representatives of the EU Coaching Council, the International and European Sports Federations and the European Olympic Committees is overseeing the review. Thanks to the quality of its system of education of coaches and its expertise, the FEI has been invited to join in.

FEI DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

Eventing Eastern Europe: Andrew Griffiths, FEI Development Officer, has made an outstanding effort to bring new NFs from Eastern Europe into the international Eventing circuit. Bulgaria and Turkey have caught up with Russia and Belarus. In total, six events in four countries were organised within the framework of the 2005 Eventing Development Programme: Russia (3), Belarus (1), Bulgaria (1), Turkey (1). A Level 1 course for coaches was organised in Russia in conjunction with the CCI 1*, 2*, CIC 2* and CIC-W 3* in June. It is interesting to note that Belarus, which started Eventing through the FEI Development Programme three years ago, was able to send five horses to Kreuth (GER), two of which have qualified for the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games. The level of cooperation achieved among the National Federations involved was outstanding; the NFs are seeing tangible results of the development programme coming into being, which is very encouraging. It is also important to note that a larger number of officials are taking greater responsibility with the national classes held in their own countries. South/Central America: José Ortelli, FEI Development Officer, and his team are making a tremendous effort in developing a circuit of competitions in Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador and Uruguay. Central America is also very much interested in improving the discipline and a real network of Eventing experts has developed there. A Level 1 course for coaches was held in Porto Alegre (BRA) within the framework of CCI 1 and 2*. The next big gathering of Eventers would have been the Central American Games in December in Guatemala, but unfortunately this important event was cancelled due to the hurricane devastation. A special effort was made in order to include Eventing in the programme of the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games in Cartagena de Indias (COL).

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Vaulting Worthwhile discussions about the global development of Vaulting and new competition circuits are under way. In particular, Group IX has expressed its interest in developing this discipline.

OTHER DEVELOPMENT COMPETITIONS

Africa Cup Under the moto “Bring together the Nations of Africa”, the Swazi-Lizkhar Stud in Ezulwini Valley (SWA) hosted the second Africa Cup. This development competition is divided into Section A (C Grade and Africa Cup events under FEI rules) and Section B (all other classes under RSA NF rules); it is supported by the FEI Development Fund. A total of seven nations participated with either a team or individual competitors. Zimbabwe (0 penalties) won the Africa Cup ahead of Swaziland (8 penalties), Zambia (17 penalties) and Namibia (28 penalties). In addition, individual riders from Kenya, Mauritius and South Africa participated.

The Group convened in Warsaw (POL), Rio Maior (POR) and Limerick (IRL). During the last meeting, concerns from the IFs were expressed pertaining to the delivery of a master’s degree by universities which are too far-removed from sport and competitions. The universities have now come to realise the benefit of cooperating with the IFs in the field of coach education and vice-versa. Discussions are ongoing. Justice for Athletes Justice for Athletes, a not-for-profit organisation based in the USA, has approved a grant in the amount of USD 10,000 for use by the FEI in assisting an athlete from Swaziland and in promoting the development of equestrian sport in developing countries. They believe this will further promote awareness of

4. FEI Tutor Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA) giving a Level 1 course in Porto Alegre (BRA)

personal and social responsibility, as well as physical activity and health conditions. ASOIF Forum on IFs’ Development Activities A forum on IFs’ Development Activities, attended by some 24 Summer and Winter IFs, was organised by the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF). It was found very useful and the following observations were made: - Development was seen as an incentive for NFs to be active - Balance had to be found between elite/grassroots and competition/structural development - A clear development strategy had to be put in place within the IFs - Development staff needed to be professionalized - IFs were the ones who set the terms and, as such, had to have centralised control over development - IFs had to use/seek partnerships/stakeholders - Courses for coaches were deemed essential; however, they required a follow-up (monitoring of coaches data on a data base) in order to ensure quality - Return on investment in education was difficult to measure - NFs needed to be empowered in order to become selfsufficient which was the final goal - Equipment issues, such as transportation of equipment, certified equipment as a source of income, were addressed - Olympic Solidarity resources had to be put to better use - Gender equity and youth development had to be encouraged.

AFFILIATIONS

Cameroon Equestrian Federation (CMR) was provisionally accepted as a new member (Group IX). The Bureau approved the re-affiliation of Iraq (IRQ) as full Member (Group VII). The affiliation of Madagascar (MAD) as full member was approved (Group IX). These new affiliations bring the number of FEI member federations to 134. The request of the National Federation of Bulgaria (BUL) to change from Group III to Group I was accepted. The 2006 FEI General Assembly will be asked for its approval.

MISCELLANEOUS

An updated version of the FEI Code of Conduct Towards the Environment and Sustainable Development was ratified.

5. Jean-Philippe Camboulives teaching in Ecuador 4

5

Caucasus Cup The Caucasus Cup (Jumping) was organised for the fifth consecutive year in the Georgian capital Tbilisi (GEO). It has proven to be very motivating for the riders in the region. Unfortunately, due to disastrous weather conditions, the organisers were disappointed to announce the participation of only a limited number of riders and a low level of public attendance. One rider from Armenia and two from Azerbaijan took part on borrowed horses.

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FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Expenditure by Discipline in 2005

FEI COURSES FOR COACHES by Year and Funding Organisation

110’000

6

Olympic Solidarity

100’000

5

FEI

90’000

4

80’000

3

70’000

2

60’000 50’000

1

40’000

0

30’000

Number of Courses

20’000

2004

2005

10’000 0 JUMPING

DRESSAGE

2000

2001

EVENTING

2002

DRIVING

2003

ENDURANCE

2004

VAULTING

VETERIBARY

GENERAL

CSI-WS

CDI-WS

FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Expenditure by Group in 2005

2005

79’000.00

80000.00 70000.00

FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Total Expenditure by Discipline 2000 – 2005

60000.00

DEV

DEV

DEV

DEV

DEV

DEV

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

JUMPING

15’352.00

17’470.00

40’279.04

35’389.56

41’624.96

27’697.82

DRESSAGE

15’249.00

18’969.00

23’177.48

16’063.77

18’208.85

8’674.90

EVENTING

---

31’887.00

17’039.18

27’105.55

26’090.82

66’276.72

DRIVING

1’500.00

1’410.00

6’416.00

29’411.21

7’402.56

2’500.00

ENDURANCE

2’287.00

8’905.00

18’219.13

10’648.75

7’617.72

4’167.50 ---

VAULTING

4’361.00

3’095.00

7’426.10

3’245.74

10’597.25

10’000.00

0.00

17’843.00

4’137.00

---

3’711.80

6’220.00

33’054.00

57’166.25

21’807.06

62’495.12

90’280.71

CSI-Ws

71’000.00

97’000.00

90’000.00

81’000.00

70’000.00

79’000.00

CDI-Ws

---

---

40’000.00

50’000.00

40’000.00

50’000.00

VETERINARY GENERAL

Totals

125’969.00

211’790.00

317’566.18

278’808.64

284’037.28

332’309.45*

50000.00 40000.00

50’000.00

42’186.30 33’027.29

30000.00

42’186.90

38’789.87

19’394.70

18’827.95

20000.00 10000.00

2’403.50

0.00

0.00 GROUP I

GROUP II

GROUP III

GROUP IV

GROUP V

GROUP VI

2’317.74

4’175.20

GROUP VII

GROUP VIII

GROUP IX

300 200 150 100 50

350’000

332’309.45*

317’566.18

325’000 300’000

366

366

184

187

131

176

164

125

133

125

2001

2002

2003

399 392

288 237 155 131 79

182

235 201

212 172 152

118

0 2000

278’808.64

GENERAL

450 400

250

FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Total Expenditure 2000 - 2005

CDI-Ws

FEI WORLD DRESSAGE CHALLENGE Participation 2000- 2005

350 * Including contribution of US$ 50’000.- from IOC/Ifs Development Programme 2005 - 2008

CSI-Ws

284’037.28

2004

Children

PSG

2005

Advanced

Novice

275’000 250’000 225’000

211’790.00

FEI WORLD JUMPING CHALLENGE Participation Cat. A and B 2001- 2005

200’000 175’000 150’000

600 125’969.00

400

100’000

300

75’000

200

50’000

100

25’000

0

0 2001

2002

2003

2004

435 446

363

321

241

274

40 28

47

45

47

31 2002

38 2003

38 2004

44 40 2005

2005

*Including IOC/IF Development Programme 2005-2008 - Financial assistance for 2005 (US$ 50’000.-)

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489

438

2001 2000

528

523

500

125’000

COUNTRIES CAT. B

COUNTRIES CAT. A

RIDERS CAT. B

RIDERS CAT. A

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2005 FEI SEMINARS AND COURSES COURSE

VENUE

DATE

DIRECTOR

PARTICIPANTS

NFS REPRESENTED

JUMPING

COURSE

VENUE

DATE

DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS NFS NFS REPRESENTED DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTED

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Taupo (NZL)

13 - 17 May

Overall Director: Roger Haller (USA)

20

NZL, IND, AUS, THA

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Jardy (FRA)

24 - 26 June

Overall Director: Anthony McPherson (BEL)

17

FRA, SUI, BEL, QAT

FEI recognised Course for National and International Candidate Course Designers

San José (CRC)

24 - 25 May

Leopoldo Palacios (VEN)

31

ARG, BRA, CHI, COL, CRC, ECU, ESA, MEX, PAN, PER, PUR, USA, VEN

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Blenheim (GBR)

8 - 11 Sept.

Overall Director: Jennifer Millar (NZL)

46

IRL, GBR, NZL, SWE, CAN, AUS, IRL, NOR, USA, NED, BRA, DEN

FEI recognised Course for National Judges

Sibiu (ROM)

21 - 23 June

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

8

CRO, ESP, FRA, ROM

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Necarne Castle (IRL)

14 - 18 Sept.

Overall Director: Jennifer Millar (NZL)

21

CAN, FIN, GBR, IRL, VEN, NOR, NZL, SWE

FEI recognised Course for National Course Designers and Stewards

Sibiu (ROM)

22 - 25 June

Paul Weier (SUI)

10

GRE, ITA, POR, ROM

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Kreuth (GER)

29 Sept. 2 Oct.

Overall Director: Tom Ryckewaert (BEL)

30

GER, CZE, POL

FEI recognised Course for Candidate International Judges

Sibiu (ROM)

23 - 25 June

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

6

BUL, GRE, ROM, SCG

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Campo de Mayo / BUE (ARG)

24 - 27 Nov.

Overall Director : Roger Haller (USA)

20

ARG, URU, BRA

FEI recognised Course for National Course Designers

Larnaca (CYP)

10 - 12 Sept.

Jon Doney (GBR)

21

CYP, EGY, EST, GRE, HKG, IRL, ITA, LIB, NED,SCG

FEI recognised Course for International Candidate Course Designers

Larnaca (CYP)

13 - 15 Sept.

Jon Doney (GBR)

10

AUT,GBR, IRL, ISR, NOR, POR

FEI course for Judges, Technical Delegates and Course Designers

Lamotte-Beuvron (FRA)

5 - 6 March

William Andersen (BEL)

8

FRA, BEL

20 - 23 March

Jacques Pemberton (USA)

26

USA, CAN, MEX

San José (CRC)

14 - 16 Sept.

Linda Allen (USA)

11

CRC, HON, PAN

FEI course for Judges, Technical Delegates and Course Designers

Ocala (USA)

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

1 - 2 October

Christian Iseli (SUI)

10

AUT, HUN, SUI, ITA, SWE

Larnaca (CYP)

16 - 18 Sept.

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

11

CYP, GBR, LIB, PLE

FEI course for Candidate and International Course Designers

Avenches (SUI)

FEI recognised Course for National Judges

21 - 23 Oct.

Klaus Christ (GER)

9

DEN, FIN, ITA, GER, SUI

Damascus (SYR)

26 - 28 Sept.

Arno Gego (GER)

14

SYR

FEI course for Candidate and International Judges

Warendorf (GER)

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Course Designers FEI recognised Course for Candidate International Judges

Larnaca (CYP)

18 - 20 Sept.

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

13

CZE, GBR, GER, GRE, IRL, ITA, LIB, NED

Stuttgart (GER)

11 - 13 Feb.

Jean-Michel Pinel (FRA) Dietmar Otto (GER)

42

AUT, DEN, ESP, FIN, FRA, GER, HUN, ITA, NED, POL, SUI, SVK, SWE, USA

FEI recognised Course for Candidate International Judges

Rome (ITA)

14 - 16 Oct.

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

7

ALG, BEL, FRA, ITA, SUI

FEI Seminar for Candidate International, International, Official International Judges and Trainers

2 - 4 Dec.

Erich Breiter (AUT)

32

Rome (ITA)

16 - 18 Oct.

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

7

ALG, BEL, FRA, ITA, SUI

FEI Course for National, Candidate International, International Judges and Trainers

Vienna (AUT)

FEI recognised Course for National Judges

AUT, CZE, DEN, FIN, GER, HUN, ITA, NED, NOR, SUI, SVK, USA

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Course Designers

Aachen (GER)

18 - 25 Nov.

Arno Gego (GER) Olaf Petersen (GER)

29

AUS, BER, BRA, CAY, COL, CRO, ESP, EST, FRA, GER, GRE, IRI, IRL, KSA, MEX, NED, NZL, POL, POR, TUR, USA

ENDURANCE 24 - 26 May

Carol Bunting (GBR)

18

Aachen (GER)

25 - 26 Nov.

Friedrich Otto-Erley (GER) Paul Weier (SUI) Arno Gego (GER)

FEI course for Judges, Stewards and Technical Delegates

Jastrzebiec (POL)

FEI recognised Course for Chief Stewards

NOR, FRA, TUN, SWE, MAS, UAE, IND, JOR, POL

11

BRA, GER, IRI, IRL, NED, NZL, TUR, USA

1 - 5 Sept.

Juliette Mallison (GER)

22

Warendorf (GER)

8 - 9 Dec.

Arno Gego (GER) Olaf Petersen (GER)

11

BEL, GER

FEI course for Judges, Stewards and Veterinarians

Kreuth (GER)

FEI recognised Refresher Course for Candidate and International Course Designers

BEL, CZE, GER, CAN, GRE, GUA, IND, JOR, IRI, SYR, THA

Elkton (USA)

8 - 9 Oct.

Ruth Carlson (CAN)

21

USA, CAN

FEI recognised Course for National and Candidate Int. Judges, Refresher for International Judges

Warendorf (GER)

9 - 11 Dec.

Hanno Dohn (GER)

13

BEL,BER, GER, IRL, IRI, JPN

FEI course for National, Candidate, International, Official Judges and Stewards FEI course for Judges and Stewards

Punta Alta (ARG)

20 July

R. Lopez Lax (ESP)

35

ARG, URU

Collie (AUS)

1 Sept.

AUS

Los Angeles (USA)

13 - 15 Nov.

François Ferland (CAN) David Distler (USA)

16

BER, BRA, CAN, USA

Brian Shehan (AUS)/ Barbara Timms (AUS

18

FEI recognised Course for Candidate and International Judges

FEI course for Judges and Veterinarians

FEI recognised Course for Candidate and International Course Designers

Los Angeles (USA)

19 - 21 Nov.

Steve Stephens (USA)

12

CAN, LIB

REINING FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Oklahoma (USA)

24 March

Allen Mitchels (USA)

22

CAN, GBR, USA

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Vorstenbosch (NED)

3 April

Allen Mitchels (USA)

18

AUT, BEL, CAN, FRA, GER, NED

DRIVING

VAULTING

DRESSAGE FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Amsterdam (NED)

27 - 29 Jan.

Mariette Withages (BEL) Stephen Clarke (GBR)

28

ARG, AUS, COL, CRC, DOM, HKG, JPN, MEX, NED, NZL, PER, RSA, USA, VEN

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Americana, SP (BRA)

27 - 28 June

Brian Dygert (USA)

16

BRA

FEI recognised Seminar for Official International Judges

Affalterbach (GER)

4 - 5 Feb.

Mariette Withages (BEL)

22

AUS, DEN, FRA, GER, GBR, HUN, ITA, NED, POL, SWE, SUI, USA

FEI Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Wiener Neustadt (AUT)

6 July

Allen Mitchels (USA)

28

AUT, HUN, GER, ITA, LUX, NED, POL, SUI, USA

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Saumur (FRA)

28 - 30 April

Mariette Withgaes (BEL) Bernard Maurel (FRA)

11

FIN, FRA, GER, GBR, IND, ITA, ESP

Manerbio (ITA)

22 - 24 Sept.

Eric Straus (USA)

18

BEL, FRA, GER, GBR, IRL, ISR, ITA, SWE, USA

FEI recognised Seminar for National, Candidate and International Judges

Johannesburg (RSA)

13 - 14 May

Mariette Withages (BEL)

60

BOT, RSA, SWZ, ZIM

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Stewards

Santo Domingo (DOM)

3 - 5 Nov.

Eric Straus (USA)

18

COL, DOM, ITA, USA

FEI Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Minsk (BLR)

23 - 26 June

Dieter Schüle (GER) Stephen Clarke (GBR)

36

ARG, BEL, BLR, BUL, FIN, FRA, GER, IRI, ISR, KAZ, LTU, POL, RUS, SUI, UKR

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Stewards

25 Oct.

Allen Mitchels (USA)

14

ISR

Seoul (KOR)

23 - 24 Sept.

Mariette Withages (BEL)

31

CHN, HKG, JPN, KOR, TPE

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Netanya (ISR)

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

11

CAN, NED, USA

13 - 16 Oct.

Uwe Mechlem (GER) Volker Moritz (GER)

35

AUT, BEL, FIN, FRA, GER, GRE, HUN, POL, ROM, RUS, SLO, SVK, SUI, SWE, UKR

Oklahoma City (USA)

Eric Straus (USA)

Kaposvar (HUN)

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Stewards

30 Nov.

FEI recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges FEI Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

Sydney (AUS)

22 - 22 Oct.

Mariette Withages (BEL) Mary Seefried (AUS)

29

AUS, CRC, GER, INA, JPN, NZL, RSA

Event Veterinarians

Taupo (NZL)

May

Wally Neiderer

18

NZL

Event Veterinarians

Lausanne (SUI)

9 - 12 June

Frits Sluyter (FEI)

40

CZE, DEN, ESP, THA, GBR, GER, HKG, IND, ITA, JPN, FRA, NED, POL, PUR, LUX, SUI

EVENTING Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Targu Mures (ROM)

29 April - 1 May Overall Director: Pierre Michelet (FRA)

16

BUL, ROM, SUI

Level 2 course for Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designers

Allentown, NJ (USA)

12 - 15 May

10

GBR, VEN, USA

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Overall Director: Jennifer Millar (NZL)

VETERINARY

Event Veterinarians

Sao Paulo (BRA)

8 - 9 Sept.

Frits Sluyter (FEI)

90

BRA

Event Veterinarians

Elkton, MD (USAI)

12 - 16 Oct.

Kent Allen (USA)

48

USA, CAN

TOTAL

57 Courses

1244 Participants

80 NFs FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2005 39


OTHER ACTIVITIES

Improved television coverage Meetings with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to extend the present agreement post 2006 took place in 2005. It was expected that a new contract would be signed in the first half of 2006.

FEI COMMERCIAL DIVISION The progress made by the FEI Commercial Division in 2005 Heritage Bank & Trust and Tourism Malaysia joined the was in line with its long-term strategy presented in 2004. FEI Partner Programme. The Commercial Division organised an assortment of visibility and hospitality rights for these two In 2005, the centralisation of rights process was launched and partners at the Samsung Super League and FEI World Cup well under way by the end of the year. Jumping events. The contract with Octagon Marketing was terminated in September 2005. Although Octagon had provided valuable advice in terms of clarifying the FEI commercial rights situation, they had failed to secure a single sponsor since Gandini extended its cooperation agreement with the FEI for 2002 and it was deemed necessary to end this relationship. another four years until December 2008. Gandini is sponsoring the FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings in partnership In the past, the association between the FEI and MBPtv, the with the International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC). FEI television arm, had been regulated by a gentleman’s agreement. It was decided that a contract should be produced to suitably normalise this relationship. The FEI signed a three-year agreement with the FEI World Cup Jumping Western European League Organisers. Those new agreements give the FEI the ability to promote its visibility. In the case a title sponsor would be found for the Series, the contracts could be terminated. Major changes with some of the FEI strategic properties will take place in the future and all key assets will be properly branded and registered. For the FEI Games™ 2010, and for the first time in the FEI history, the FEI will sell the title and category sponsorship rights jointly with the FEI Games Organising Committee.

Generali will provide civil liability and individual accident insurance for each rider joining the FEI registration for international riders which began in January 2006. The long-term branding strategy remained clearly focused on the FEI corporate brand. Significant improvements with the implementation of the new FEI brand, both internally and externally, were observed in 2005. Most of the FEI disciplines are now covered. In Dressage, for instance, boards and table cloths on the judge’s tables bearing the FEI brand have become the standard. The TV value of the FEI’s branding jump was measured this year by IFM, an independent media research institute. The average value per show was over CHF 100’000.

The FEI sponsors family grew in 2005 Samsung extended its sponsorship of the FEI Super League for a further three years post 2005; it will, however, no longer support the FEI Nations Cup. The return on investment for the Samsung brand was estimated at being close to 300% in A new identity for the FEI World Equestrian Games was 2005. These great results played a key role in the extension of unveiled. This event was a fantastic property but lacked clear the partnership between Samsung and the FEI. identification. It was necessary to clarify the issue of ownership and to establish a brand structure for the long term. As of 2010, this event will be referred to as the FEI Games™. A new design based on the unicorn star constellation has been developed and registered. Rolex became the title sponsor of the FEI television magazine “FEI Equestrian World” that was launched in February 2006. Produced by MBPtv and distributed by TWI, this magazine will be released on a monthly basis with a 30-minute programme. Each programme will contain a section dedicated to FEI A new brand has also been created for the FEI World Cups. This subjects and will allow for better exposure of the disciplines was needed to develop the notion of Series, a key element to that currently receive very limited TV coverage. This new attract potential title sponsors’ interest. initiative represented a very important addition to the FEI communication strategy.

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guides, results, latest news and other useful information, this new website has become a focal point for all FEI World Cup fans around the world.

In addition, the FEI offers a special press service for the FEI World Cup in each discipline, with full reports and results Progress following the decision to allocate all rights placement sent out by email to subscribers immediately after the event. and sales to MBPtv has been encouraging. A new structure The FEI World Cup press service can count on the talent for sales and rights placement was put into place and a 20% of professional journalists specialised in their respective increase was targeted at; indications are that this goal will be discipline. exceeded. The main activities of the FEI Communications Department Coverage of the FEI World Cup Jumping and the Samsung also included organisation and logistics pertaining to the Super League continued to develop during 2005. It was FEI General Assembly and Bureau Meetings as well as the anticipated that improvements would be made in 2006 with production of the major FEI publications such as the FEI Press the return of Sweden to the Samsung Super League. News, Press Releases, FEI Bulletin, FEI Annual Report and various Media Guides.

SPORTACCORD

SportAccord, the annual international sports convention, brings representatives from the 100 International Sports Federations affiliated to the General Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF), the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF), the Association of the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations (AIOWF) and the International Olympic Committee together with sponsors, architects, sports lawyers, broadcasters and other specialists to discuss the key issues facing the sports industry. Owned by the GAISF, ASOIF and AIOWF, SportAccord encompasses the annual Associations’ Congress and General Assemblies. The convention includes open conference sessions, workshops, seminars, scheduled networking opportunities and an exhibition, all scheduled around the IN MEMORIAM: SUSAN JANE ANSTEY (CAN) Associations’ meetings. The FEI and equestrian journalism in general lost a dynamic and experienced partner when the President of the International The 2005 edition was held in April in Berlin where convened Alliance of Equestrian Journalists passed away in November no less than 1100 delegates. The FEI was represented by 2005. Susan Jane Anstey was a valiant champion of Canada’s the FEI President, first Vice President, Secretary General development in international sport. Amongst her many and Olympic Department Manager. The conferences and volunteer and industry sponsorship contributions, she chaired presentations concentrated on the organisation and legacy the task force that resulted in the creation of Jump Canada, of major sporting events, the evolution of media rights, and and established the Horse Sport Young Riders Scholarship integrity issues such as the impact of betting on sports. Fund in 1998 to recognise the top Canadian performers at the annual North American Young Riders’ Championship in the three Olympic disciplines.

PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MEDIA ADVISORY COMMITTEE

An avid horsewoman, Susan Jane competed and judged hunters/jumpers, bred and raced Thoroughbreds, published Canada’s leading horse magazines including Horse Sport, Horse-Canada and Canadian Thoroughbred, and was a life long member of The Toronto & North York Hunt. She made a significant contribution to horse sport both nationally and internationally, serving as a director of Jump Canada, chair of the FEI Media Advisory Committee and, for the last 12 years, President of the International Alliance of Equestrian As the FEI website developed, it became evident that the Journalists. creation of a website dedicated specifically to the FEI World Cup activities would answer a growing demand. Thus As that rare combination of publisher and working journalist, came into being http://www.feiworldcup.org centralising Susan Jane Anstey provided a dedicated Canadian journalistic information on the FEI World Cup Jumping, Dressage, Eventing presence at World Equestrian Games and Olympic Games and Driving. With links to events organisers, calendar, media from 1984 through to 2004. The FEI website has become a mainstay in the FEI Communications strategy. 2005 witnessed the development of two new major online services: the update of the status of cases in the judicial process and the search of results and rankings for the three Olympic disciplines of Jumping, Dressage and Eventing.

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FINANCIAL REPORT BALANCE SHEET at 31 December (all amounts in Swiss Francs)

ASSETS Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Term deposits with banks Marketable securities (market value CHF 10 680 270) Accounts receivable (net of provision of CHF 325 321) Receivable from sponsors Prepaid expenses and other receivables

Fixed Assets (net of accumulated depreciation) Furniture and equipment Fixtures and ďŹ ttings Motor vehicles Computer hardware Computer software

TOTAL ASSETS

2005

2004

2 771 629 1 402 565 10 423 519 2 541 509 40 000 472 436 17 651 658

1 112 7 732 000 7 011 236 1 942 147 306 324 1 944 925 18 937 744

37 180 668 23 900 124 442 404 901 591 091 18 242 749

46 670 1 002 35 850 33 407 238 302 355 231 19 292 975

569 183 1 015 898 2 104 890 3 689 971

263 981 534 559 683 708 1 482 248

6 696 41 985 48 681

11 889 36 456 48 345

5 008 284 722 463 34 528 8 738 822 14 504 097

6 885 527 746 656 46 902 10 083 297 17 762 382

18 242 749

19 292 975

LIABILITIES AND FUNDS Current Liabilities Accounts payable Accrued expenses Provisions and other

Other Liabilities Sponsorship funds received in advance Olympic Solidarity contribution

Funds Designated - IOC Contribution Fund Designated - Development Fund Designated - Veterinary Research Fund Operating Fund, as per statement of changes in Operating Fund balances

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUNDS

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STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURE

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN OPERATING FUND BALANCES

for the Year ended 31 December (all amounts in Swiss Francs)

for the Year ended 31 December (all amounts in Swiss Francs)

Income Annual Subscriptions from National Federations TV-rights income Marketing and commercial rights Sponsorship revenues Partnership revenues Hosting fees Organising dues and calendar fees Passports and change of horse names Horse and rider registration Bulletin and other printed matters Medication Control Programme Fines and other legal contributions Financial (net) IOC Contribution Fund Olympic Solidarity and travel contribution Other

TOTAL INCOME Expenditure Staff charges Premises charges IT maintenance and office supplies Mail and telecommunications Travel and related expenses Medication Control Programme Veterinary Research Fund and programmes Sponsorship payments to organisers and riders Partner programme expenses Purchase of cups and medals Series related expenses TV expenses Marketing agency expenses Marketing and branding expenses Public relations Printing expenses Legal and professional fees Other expenses Development Fund and Challenge Series Depreciation Financial (net) Attribution to provision for debtors

TOTAL EXPENDITURE Result before extraordinary expenses Extraordinary expenses

EXCESS OF INCOME OVER EXPENDITURE (EXPENDITURE OVER INCOME) FOR THE YEAR

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2005

2004

556 750 247 033 1 322 850 2 875 864 472 500 623 220 3 142 860 2 312 518 120 060 141 615 1 377 162 177 311 1 026 609 2 504 142 58 117 230 617

559 250 140 184 968 888 3 168 224 0 537 220 2 804 837 2 448 505 0 137 381 1 199 267 113 731 0 2 334 460 272 600 111 932

17 189 228

14 796 479

6 003 622 337 960 522 204 335 627 1 728 340 908 231 0 2 326 889 103 370 237 257 250 731 604 145 31 172 293 149 203 232 262 977 768 688 257 836 432 694 350 091 0 196 624

5 334 552 347 214 314 710 306 698 1 582 311 928 881 60 000 2 372 716 0 67 979 570 272 492 628 164 213 178 851 61 863 200 433 245 486 109 370 474 752 245 140 225 684 0

16 154 839

14 283 753

1 034 389 2 378 864

512 726 0

(1 344 475)

512 726

2005

2004

Excess of income (expenditure) for the year

(1 344 475)

512 726

Operating Fund Balance - Beginning of Year

10 083 297

9 570 571

8 738 822

10 083 297

Operating Fund Balance - End of Year

Notes to the financial statements 1. These financial statements are subject to approval by the FEI General Assembly. 2. FEI receives in the year of the Olympic Summer Games a Contribution from the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It is considered that these proceeds, which are only received once every four years, represent a core financing of FEI both for the year of the Games and the succeeding three years. The contribution is allocated initially to the IOC Contribution Fund. In the year of the Games, a unique amount is first credited to revenues from the Fund equal to the net costs incurred by FEI for its participation at the Games. The balance is credited to revenues in four equal annual amounts commencing in the year of the Games. Any contributions received after the initial contribution are added to the balance of the Fund and also credited to revenue over the remaining years of the quadrenium. 3. Designated funds represent funds which require internal approval for their use. 4. Operating funds are those funds of the FEI that have not been designated for any particular purpose and that are freely available for the use of FEI. 5. The financial statements are audited by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Lausanne, Switzerland.

FEI OPERATING FUND BALANCES in millions of Swiss Francs 10

10.1

9

9.6

8 7

7.8

8.7

8.3

6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

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RESULTS AND STATISTICS

2004 World Vaulting Championship (confirmed) / Stadl Paura (AUT) 05-08 August VAULTING Seniors Male

2004 REVISED RESULTS

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st nd

2

2004 Olympic Games (revised) / Athens (GRE) 22-27 August

1st

1st

BRA

Kai Vorberg / Picasso 202 Matthias Lang / Farceur Breceen Jan Bayer / Aladin 169

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

USA Chris Kappler / Royal Kaliber, Beezie Madden / Authentic,

FRA

3rd GER

JUMPING Seniors TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

GER

13 26

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

-

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

-

Finished the comp teams:

-

Rodrigo Pessoa / Baloubet du Rouet

McLain Ward / Sapphire, Peter Wylde / Fein Cera 2nd SWE Peder Fredericson / H&M Magic Bengtsson, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson / Mac Kinley,

2nd USA Chris Kappler / Royal Kaliber

2004 European Jumping Championship (confirmed) / Vilamoura (POR) 15-18 July

Peter Eriksson / Vdl Cardento 933, Malin Baryard / Hennes & Mauritz Butterfly rd

3

GER

rd

Christian Ahlmann / Cöster, Marco Kutscher / Montender 2,

3

GER

Marco Kutscher / Montender

JUMPING Young Riders

Otto Becker / Dobel’s Cento, Ludger Beerbaum / Goldfever 3 (dsq) Total NFs: Total competitors:

27 77

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

16 13

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

11 45

Finished the comp teams:

59

1st

1st

GBR Robert Whitaker / Karina, Lee Williams / Lacanda,

ITA

Andrea Herholdt / Nanta

Emma Shaw / Crown Rhodonite, Ben Maher / Alfredo 2nd BEL

Jan Motmans / Quick Chin van de Elsendam, Gudrun Patteet / Frisomat Nelke van

2nd SUI

Faye Schoch / Tequi d’I CH

3rd BEL

Judy Ann Melchior / Espoir Z

Het Watershoot, Judy Ann Melchior / Espoir Z, Niels Bruynseels / Domino de Fel 3rd NED Vincent Voorn / Gestion Priamus Z, Dennis Kuipers / Leemhoeve’s Juska

2004 World Endurance Championship (revised) / Dubai (UAE) 27 January 05

Kevin van de Nieuwenhuyzen / Audi’s Kathja, Willem Greve / Payton Total NFs: Total competitors:

ENDURANCE Seniors

nd

2

ITA

Diana Origgi / Jasmineh, Angela Origgi / Jadana,

1st

Gianluca Laliscia / Jamil Bello

2nd UAE

HH Sh Mohd bin Rashid Al Maktoum / Nashmi

3rd UAE

He Sh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan / Mindari Aenzac

AUS Peter Toft / Electra BBP Murdoch, Kristie McGaffin / Biemervale Justice,

FRA

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Finished the comp teams:

49

WC Final JUMPING 1st 26 54

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 61

Finished the comp teams:

26

nd

2

FRA GER

3rd SUI

Bruno Broucqsault / Dileme de Cephe M. Michaels-Beerbaum / Shutterfly Markus Fuchs / Tinka’s Boy

Total NFs: Total competitors:

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5 56

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Jacques Boulanger / Shannon 30 175

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2004 World Cup Final Jumping (confirmed) / Milan (ITA) 21-25 April

Leonard Liesens / Orfeo, Karin Boulanger / Allel,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

13 18

Barbara Lissarague / Georgat

Jennifer Gilbertson / Bramal Jazzman 3rd BEL

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

18 69

19 41

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

-

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

-

Finished the comp teams:

-

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2005 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS World Driving Ponies Championship / Catton Hall (GBR) 14 - 17 July DRIVING Ponies - Single INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER 1st

USA Suzy Stafford

2nd NED Dirk van Beckhoven 3rd SWE Anne-Christine Arvidsson Total NFs: Total competitors:

15 36

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

19

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 33

Finished the comp teams:

-

DRIVING Ponies - Pairs INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER 1st

GER

Steffen Abicht

World Endurance Championship / Bahrain (BRN) 17 December

2nd AUT Ruper Ganhör 3rd DEN Lars Dau Total NFs: Total competitors:

ENDURANCE Juniors-Young Riders 12 24

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

9

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 22

Finished the comp teams:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

-

1st

AUS Amily Daw / Castlebar Kadeen / Sasha Laws King / Castlebar Khalifa

1st

BRN Fahed Suliman / Lormar Lorrien

Brooke Warner / Plabun Ellalong 2nd FRA

DRIVING Ponies - Four-in-hand

nd

2

GER

Dirk Gerkens

GER

Tobias Bücker

3rd BRA

9 21

3rd UAE

Ana Carla Maciel / Pimentinha / Andre Vidiz / Kilina HVP

Total NFs: Total competitors:

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Sh Abdullah bin Faisal Al Qasimi / Colahlee Park Charlene Sh Ahmed bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Jazyk

Mario Schioppa Neto / WN Barasha

3rd NED Aart van de Kamp Total NFs: Total competitors:

2nd UAE

Florian Legrand / Imanh

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER 1st

Sara Perringerard / El Hixir HN / Justin Mourou / Jatal Nefous

6

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 19

Finished the comp teams:

30 127

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

16 87

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

14 59

Finished the comp teams:

16

-

World Reining Masters Final / Manerbio (ITA) 22-25 September

1st

GER

DRIVING Ponies - Combined Teams

REINING Seniors - Open Division

TEAM RESULTS RIDER

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Franz-Josef Lehmkuhl, Sandra Broichhaus, Steffen Abicht, Peter Borgmann, Dirk Gerkens, Tobias Bücker

USA Craig Schmersal / Tidal Wave Jack

2nd NED Dirk van Beckhoven, Yvonne de Ruyter, Jan de Boer, Ewoud Boom, Aart van de Kamp, Aart van de Kamp Jr

2nd USA Tim McQuay / Mister Montana Nic

3rd GBR Susan Denney, Sara Howe, Jo Rennison, Rachel Stevens, Ursula Hirschberg, Sarah-Jane Cook

3rd GER

Total NFs: Total competitors:

9 47

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

9 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

-

Finished the comp teams:

Total NFs: Total competitors:

42

nd

2

1st

TEAM RESULTS RIDER

2nd BEL

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER 1st nd

HUN Karoly Hodi, Vilmos Lazar, Zsolt Selyben

3rd GER

2

Total NFs: Total competitors:

23 76

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3

AUT Rainer Pointl HUN Karoly Hodi

18 25

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

5 66

Finished the comp teams:

rd

SUI

22

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

21

Finished the comp teams:

-

BRA

12

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

11

Finished the comp teams:

-

Jeannette Kraehenbuehl / ARC Golden Boy Bernard Fonck / One Fine Remedy Jango Salgado / Gizmo Whiz

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3rd HUN Vilmos Lazar

Reinhard Burggraf, Rudolf Huber, Sebastian Warneck

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

DRIVING Seniors - Pairs AUT Georg Moser, Albert Pointl, Rainer Pointl

17 22

REINING Seniors - Restricted Division

World Driving Championship - Pairs / Wals-Salzburg (AUT) 8-11 September

1st

Steffen Brueg / Mercury Starlight

12 12

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

17

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2005 CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Europe / Schaffhausen (SUI) 6-10 July

Europe / Hagen (GER) 27-31 July

JUMPING Young Riders

DRESSAGE Seniors 1st

GER

Hubertus Schmidt / Wansuela Suerte, Ann-Kathrin Lisenhoff / Sterntaler-Unicef,

1st

1st

NED Anky van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero

GER

2nd GER

Hubertus Schmidt / Wansuela Suerte

2nd FRA

14 4

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 24

Finished the comp teams:

50

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st

DRESSAGE Young Riders GER

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE st

Jessica Werndl / Duchess, Benjamin Werndl / Sam,

1

GER

Jessica Werndl / Duchess

2

nd

NED Angela van den Berg / Mix, Dominique Filion / Naughty Boy,

2

GER

Benjamin Werndl / Sam

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

12 13

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

15 11

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 22

Finished the comp teams:

32

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

3rd ITA

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

Valentina Truppa / Don Rico

9 25

Finished the comp teams:

1st

GER

Kristian Kniha / Arabella

Patrick van der Schans / Minneavera, Maikel van der Vleuten / Nobel 2nd GER

Elisabeth Kruse / Brave Heart, Denise Sulz / Quitte CR,

2nd NED Gerben Morsink / Calina Z

3rd FRA

Charlotte Leoni / Olympia, Alexandra Paillot / Wilderer CH,

3rd GER

Denise Sulz / Quitte CR

Jérome Navet / Ipona de Baussy, Emeric George / Fou Chin Trevira HN Total NFs: Total competitors:

Henry Boswell / DHI Faederlite, Holly Burrough / Orvieto 21 59

17 69

NED Jack Ansems / VDL Groep Minardi, Gerben Morsink / Calina Z,

Tommie Visser / Blue Ocean, Jenny Schreven / Kennet W 3rd GBR Laura Berchtolsheimer / Mistral Hojris, Maria Eilberg / Topscore,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Pierre-Alain Mortier / Dollar de la Lande

Denis Huser / Pablo, Kristian Kniha / Arabella

Dirk Viebrock / Muchacho, Mathias Rath / Contelli nd

3rd FRA

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1

Jan Sprehe / Paganini 82

JUMPING Juniors

Europe / Barzago (ITA) 15-17 July

st

2nd GER

Nathalie Adelborg / Niklas, Sofia Kroon / Gucci

Ignacio Rambla Algarin / Distinguido 2, José Ignacio Lopez Porras / Nevado Santa Clara NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Adelaide Malandain / Elodie d’Aursaye , Julien Champailler / Havane Bleus,

3rd SWE Emma Emanuelsson / Dicta MB, Frida Ekstrom / Make A Joke,

3rd SWE Jan Brink / Bjorsells Briar 899

Beatriz Ferrer-Salat / Beauvalais, Juan Antonio Jimenez Cobo / Guizo,

17 54

NED Vincent Voorn / Gestion Priamus Z

Mathieu Billot / Eagle du Bobois, Pierre-Alain Mortier / Dollar de la Lande

Laurens van Lieren / Hexagon’s Ollright, Sven Günter Rothenberger / Barclay 11

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st

Felix Hassmann / Queen Liesa, Heinrike Konzag / Adolfo 14, Philip Rüping / Rainbow 63, Simone Meurer / Meurer’s Sao Paulo

Heike Kemmer / Bonaparte 67, Klaus Husenbeth / Piccolino 19 2nd NED Anky van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero, Edward Gal / Geldnet Lingh, 3rd ESP

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

22 86

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

16 23

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

6 29

Finished the comp teams:

40

46

Europe / Blenheim (GBR) 8-11 September DRESSAGE Juniors

EVENTING Seniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

1st

NED Lotje Schoots / Fhillipo, Diederik van Silfhout / Olympus,

NED Lotje Schoots / Fhillipo

1st

3rd ESP

Alex Cadanes / Lennox, Carmen Naesgaard / Ciowa,

2nd GER

Anika von Holdt / Donna Fantasia

2nd FRA

Arnaud Boiteau / Expo du Moulin, Didier Willefert / Escape Lane,

3rd GER

Felicitas Kirschner / Pollay

3rd GER

Frank Ostholt / Air Jordan 2, Hinrich Romeike / Marius Voigt-Logistik,

Miriam Maurer / Quickfire, Bastian Konzag / Water World

13 10

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

6 25

Finished the comp teams:

48

Total NFs: Total competitors:

JUMPING Seniors 1st

Marcus Ehning / Gitania 8, Christian Ahlmann / Coster, Fabio Crotta / Mme Pompadour M, Steve Guerdat / Isovlas Pialotta,

GER

3rd NED Gerco Schroder / Eurocommerce Monaco, Leon Thijssen / Nairobi,

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

10 28

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

8 54

Finished the comp teams:

39

14 11

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Christina Liebherr / L.B. No Mercy

2nd GER

Marie-Louisa Meyer / I’m No Angel, Nicola Winkler / Reth Man,

3rd NED Jeroen Dubbeldam / BMC Nassau

3rd FRA

Laetitia Galinier / Oberon, Laura Louvet / Hyanie d’Aubrie,

1st

GBR Phoebe Buckley / The Busker, Gemma Tattersall / Jesters Quest,

GER

Marie-Louisa Meyer / I’m No Angel

Sarra Mayberry / Tommy Pink, Olivia Haddow / Patris Filius 2nd SUI

2nd NED Huub van der Mark / Paso Doble

Christine Seitz / Amigo 615, Leonie Dissmann / Santa’s Little Helper

Jeroen Dubbeldam / BMC Nassau, Yves Houtackers / Gran Corrado 21 66

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Marco Kutscher / Montender 2

Christina Liebherr / L.B. No Mercy, Markus Fuchs / La Toya III

Total NFs: Total competitors:

18 67

EVENTING Young Riders INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Marco Kutscher / Montender 2, Meredith Michaels - Beerbaum / Checkmate 2nd SUI

Ingrid Klimke / Sleep Late

Europe / Segersjö (SWE) 27-28 August

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE GER

3rd GER

Anna Warnecke / Twinkle Bee, Bettina Hoy / Ringwood Cockatoo

Europe / San Patrignano (ITA) 21-24 July

1st

2nd GBR William Fox-Pitt / Tamarillo

Gilles Viricel / Blakring, Nicolas Touzaint / Hildago de l’Ile

Maria Albinana / Marinier, Lucia Gallardo Munos / Destiny NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

GBR Zara Phillips / Toytown

Jeanette Brakewell / Over to You, Leslie Law / Shear L’eau

Felicitas Kirschner / Pollay, Anika von Holdt / Donna Fantasia,

19 58

1st

GBR Zara Phillips / Toytown, William Fox-Pitt / Tamarillo,

Chantel van Lanen / Beaujolais, Inge Verbeek / Quidor 2nd GER

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

3rd FRA

Laetitia Galinier / Oberon

Martin Denisot / Edelweiss Moulinet, Vincent Pryen / Fierte de la Loge NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

7 18

Finished the comp teams:

43

Total NFs: Total competitors:

11 43

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

8 12

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 33

Finished the comp teams:

27

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Europe / Brescia (ITA) 4-7 August

Europe / Saumur (FRA) 5-7 August

VAULTING Open - Seniors Team

EVENTING Juniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

GER

1st

Nicola Kristin Haller / Zampano M, Antje Deparade / Komtess 77,

GER

Nicola Kristin Haller / Zampano M

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Julia Krajewski / Leading Edge 2, Vivien Küst / Kiwi Dream

nd

2

2nd FRA

Arthur Bonneau / Famoso Mail, Maxime Livio / Jaipur II,

2nd GER

3rd BEL

Lara de Liedekerke / Nooney Blue, Tanguy de Coninck / Impala du Puy,

Antje Deparade / Komtess 77

SVK

Jana Majdienova / Flash

GER

Alexander Hartl / Davidoff

3rd AUT Klaus Haidacher / Bombastic

Adrien Schauly / Erion de Gerbal, Constance David / Ebenalp Total NFs: Total competitors:

3rd SWE Christoffer Forsberg / Grafman

Kenneth Fransen / Remco, Kristof de Schutter / Otundu Ress Total NFs: Total competitors:

18 81

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

14 28

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 66

Finished the comp teams:

21 148

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

11 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

8 69

Finished the comp teams:

79

-

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

-

Finished the comp teams:

-

-

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

-

Finished the comp teams:

-

7 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

-

Finished the comp teams:

54

53

VAULTING Open - Seniors Female INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Europe / Compiègne (FRA) 26-28 August

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE BEL

1st

Kristel van den Abeele / Chanice du Tilleul, Karin Boulanger /

Anja Barwig / Magic Dream

3rd AUT Sissy Jarz / Escudo Fox

ENDURANCE European 1st

GER

2nd DEN Rikke Laumann Nielse / Rubin’s Universe

BEL

18 43

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Kristel van den Abeele / Chanice du Tilleul

Allel, Jean-Louis Molitor / Fidji 2nd FRA

Barbara Lissarague / Persiah, Céline Just / Nabath, Jean-Marie Ollivier /

2nd FRA

Elodie Le Labourier / Sangho’Limousian

3rd FRA

Géraldine Brault / Galagolan Dudesert

VAULTING Open - Seniors Male

Hantares Amor 3rd SUI

Anna Lena Wagner / Puschkin, Nora Wagner / Temir, Sandra Bechter / Atout d’Alsace

Total NFs: Total competitors:

19 88

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

14 34

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

5 48

Finished the comp teams:

24

GER

2nd GER 3

rd

GER

Kai Vorberg / Picasso Jan Bayer / Aladin Gero Meyer / Robinson Wendy

Total NFs: Total competitors:

12 26

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

ENDURANCE Open INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

UAE

Hamdan bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Georgat, Majid bin Mohd Al Maktoum / *

1st

UAE

Hamdan bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Georgat

VAULTING Open - Juniors Team

Orcara, Mohd bin Rashid Al Maktoum / Jazyk 2nd BEL

2nd BEL

Kristel van den Abeele / Chanice du Tilleul, Karin Boulanger /

Kristel van den Abeele / Chanice du Tilleul

Allel, Jean-Louis Molitor / Fidji 3rd FRA

Barbara Lissarague / Persiah, Céline Just / Nabath, Jean-Marie Ollivier /

3rd UAE

Majid bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Orcara *

Hantares Amor Total NFs: Total competitors:

27 110

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

17 44

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

10 60

Finished the comp teams:

30

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

AUT Maria Lehrmann / Libretto

2nd GER 3

rd

ITA

Alexandra Knauf / Key West Nelson Vidoni / Adenauer

Total NFs: Total competitors:

7 54

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

* pending medication case

Europe / Manerbio (ITA) 6-8 May REINING Seniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

ITA

1st

Marco Ricotta / Mifillenium, Adriano Meacci / Ot Taris San Peppy

ITA

Marco Ricotta / Mifillenium

Christian Perez / Dualin for Me, Aldo Lorenzoni / Ot Taris Melody 2nd GER

2nd ITA

Jurgen Pieper / Ge Be Jac, Steffen Breug / Mercury Starlight

Adriano Meacci / Ot Taris San Peppy

Nico Hormann / Dont Miss The Slide, Alexander Ripper / Shez Fritzs Jewel 3rd AUT Tina Kunstner / Lady Lena Twist, Rudi Kronsteiner / Par Little Smokin

3rd AUT Tina Kunstner / Lady Lena Twist

Dennis Schulz / Ninjajac Hollywood, Makus Morawitz / Overlook Me Jack Total NFs: Total competitors:

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12 41

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

9 5

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 36

Finished the comp teams:

36

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Ponies - Europe / Pratoni del Vivaro (ITA) 29-31 July

North American Young Riders Championship / Lexington, VA (USA) 26-31 July

DRESSAGE Ponies

DRESSAGE Young Riders INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

GER

1st

Anna von Negri / Deinhard B, Sanneke Rothenberger / Konrad 15,

GER

Anna von Negri / Deinhard B

1st

Kaja Schafer / Golden Derano C, Louisa Luttgen / Dornik B 2nd NED Astrid Langeberg / Hertenhof’s Sunlight, Mara de Vries / Power And Paint,

2nd GER

Sanneke Rothenberger / Konrad 15

13 42

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

9 6

Zone 2

Zone 7

3rd NED Astrid Langeberg / Hertenhof’s Sunlight

Zone 5

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 15

Finished the comp teams:

36

2

1st

NED Stephanie Brugman / Balou, Maikel van Mierlo / Quickstar, GBR William Whitaker / Colton Maelstrom, Louise Saywell / C.J’S Kemosabi,

GBR Louise Saywell / C.J’S Kemosabi

1st

nd

2

NED Doron Kuipers / Nadir Westland

nd

2

3rd NED Stephanie Brugman / Balou

Conor Liggett / Bundy, Stephen Ducan / Clogherboy Mirah,

16 68

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Zone 2

Zone 6, 7, 8

12 20

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 27

Finished the comp teams:

36

1st

GER

nd

2

Melina Lamp / Desperado 142

1st

SWE Hannes Melin / Mustang

nd

2

3rd GBR Laura Collett / Noble Sprink Bok

Kate Harrington / Ice Cook Bailey, Alida O’Connor / Prince Zola,

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

9 13

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 39

Finished the comp teams:

Zone 5

Zone 3

32

1st

Carolyn Hock / GT Sando, Heather Reynolds / CP

2nd USA Jennifer Niehaus / Cheyenne, Hall V. Hall / Bogus,

USA Karen Kroon / Rokket

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Finished the comp teams:

27

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 29

2 28

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

1 6

USA Jessica Pye / Carte Blanche

Zone 5

USA Laine Ashker / Frodo Baggins

Zone 2

3rd USA Julia Briskin / Stina Zone 2

Rebecca Barron / Oberon, Rebecca Huy / Hot Night

Finished the comp teams:

Zone 2

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 22

Finished the comp teams:

15

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Madeline Blackman / Meadow Sparrow, Julia Ward / Squeezable Softly

2nd USA Paige Hewlett / Steely Dan, Diana Brown / One2One,

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Zone 2

Zone 4

3rd USA Paige Hewlett / Steely Dan

Melissa Miller / Scotchfelder’s Fancy, Lauren Kieffer / Snooze Alarm 1 33

USA Nate Chambers / Rolling Stone II

2nd USA Katlyn McMorris / Clifton Peekachu

Valerie Becker / Billabong, Madison Buchanan / No Secrets

Total NFs: Total competitors:

East

2 34

2

USA Nate Chambers / Rolling Stone II, Alexandra Zavoyna / Merloch,

Zone 8

3rd USA Sandra E. Conner / Elegant Pride

Dina Stevens / Dixie, Candy Barbo / Regal

nd

Amy Mulhern / High Sierra

3rd USA Marty Whitehouse / Final Score, John Thier / Everest,

2nd GBR Dominique Freeman / Jayel Super

3rd USA Janice Ann Worthington / DJB, Gail Zeck / HK Ivann,

5 62

19

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Ashley Bailey-Classen / Ballynoe Rum, Rebecca Brown / Twinkle Toes

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Zone 5

Mountain

Terry Benedetti / Koli Bey, Carol L. Giles / Sar Tiki

Total NFs: Total competitors:

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

EVENTING Juniors

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

USA Nicole Chappell Wiere / Rebel Fire, Barry Waitte / LV,

Central

3 4

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

ENDURANCE Seniors

PAC North

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

USA Addison Phillips / Flight

Zone 2

Zone 1

3rd USA Mary Beth Hudson / Instant Appeal, Kate Luce / Fox in Flight,

1st

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE PAC South

3 31

Zone 2

3rd USA Laura Faulkner / ABC Fantasie

USA Julia Briskin / Stina, Ginny Bryson / Kestrel, Lisa Barry / L’Cedric,

North American Championship / Elkton, MD (USA) 15 October

1st

2

USA Jessica Pye / Carte Blanche, Bonna Carpenter / Acapulco Jazz,

Zone 2

Cormac O’Flynn / Russelstown Prince, Ruth Robinson / Ballinagore Flicka 13 48

35

EVENTING Young Riders

Melina Lamp / Desperado 142, Franca Lüdeke / Hillery 5,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Finished the comp teams:

USA Brianne Goutal / Onira

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Helene Schulze Zurmussen / Mr. Hale Bob, Johanna Dörner / Oxiet’s My Jemen 3rd IRL

nd

Meagan Nusz / Pikeur’s Xtatic, Rebecca Hoffman / Macy

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

GBR Laura Collett / Noble Sprink Bok, Tor Davis / Miami Gold, GER

Sarah Segal / True Love, Addison Phillips / Flight

3rd MEX Javier Berganza / Greenox Tabira, Cristina Lopez Marenco / Achilles,

Emily Llewellyn / Bally Duff Rusty, Emma Hancox / Irish Beauty 2 2

1 25

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

USA Danielle Grice / The Boy Wonder, Allison Kroff / Omar Shariff,

EVENTING Ponies

nd

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

Jorge Berganza / Condor Tabira, Armando Hassey / La Roche

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

3 1

USA Brianne Goutal / Onira, Blythe Marano / River,

Jessica Burke / Bean Alaining, Laura Brown / Shamrock Shuffle Total NFs: Total competitors:

Zone 5

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Sarah Needham / Lacken Shaft, Emily Davies / Walmore Diamond Quest 3rd IRL

3rd USA Anna Wood / Novarredo

JUMPING Young Riders INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Doron Kuipers / Nadir Westland, Dominique Roeofsen / Mirror nd

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Zone 1

Zone 7

Leigh Romano / Domino’s Jongleur 3 36

USA Catherine Malone / Michigan

2nd USA Dani Judy / Antaeus

Ashley Schempp / Mowgli, Skyler Evans / Jazzman

Total NFs: Total competitors:

JUMPING Ponies TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Allie Nichols / Lexington, Lauren Sprieser / L’Etoile 6

3rd USA Anna Wood / Novarredo, Megan Gregg / Verden, Tyler Haney / Pheonix,

Portia Manning / DHI Langar, Alice Thompson / Diamond Rubi Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st

USA Kaitlyn Hamilton / Noviembre, Kassandra Barteau / Gabriella,

2nd USA Dani Judy / Antaeus, Alycia Mondavi / Heslegards Disney,

Michelle van Lanen / Basalt, Laurens Sliepenbeek / Hoby 3rd GBR Samantha Harrisson / Manitu N, Georgina Roberts / Gigolo,

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

1 6

Zone 5

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

23

Finished the comp teams:

19

17

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South American Young Riders & Americas Juniors, Pre-Juniors & Children Championships Santiago (CHI) 25 - 30 October

Pan American Championships / Pinamar (ARG) 14-16 April

JUMPING Young Riders

ENDURANCE Seniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

CHI

Sebastian Barrientos / S. Dancing Queen Z, Cristian Fuenzalida / America

1st

CHI

Karell Rubeska / Lincoyan

1st

Federico Zuazo / Rex Freire

2nd USA Deborah de Shon / Af Stogie, Cia Ries / Catch a Wave

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 7

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

Mariana Pasmanik Schillis / PP Inca 2 13

3rd BRA

Finished the comp teams:

2

9 54

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 46

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

6 29

Finished the comp teams:

8

ENDURANCE Young Riders INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE Stephan de Freitas Barcha / Toyka van Pandeborre, Geraldo Melo Neto / Land Fighter

1st

BRA

Victor Consortti Evangelista / CS Natural, Pedro de Moraes Dantas / Aerobic

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Fernando Pasmanik Schilis / Audi San Diego

1st

Lucas Coutinho / Major Jalisco

2nd ARG Agustin Vita / Baraka IBN Al-Tamah, Adrian Correa / RO Amapola

BRA

Imperio Egipcio, Stephanie Macieira / Bon Jovi, Fernando Pasmanik Schilis / Audi San Diego 2nd BRA

3rd ARG Miguel Pavlovsky / Moro Tigre

Marcos Camilo / Shyraz I, Artur Salles / Cognac SSC

Total NFs: Total competitors:

JUMPING Juniors BRA

2nd ARG Mercedes Tapia / Ras Kasal

Dinah Rojek / Phoenix 3rd BRA

1st

URU Johana Fort / Luna Llena

Cecilia Cevallos / Valentino 2nd BOL

Jonathan Carrasco / Caquel Corazon

4 14

1st

URU Johana Fort / Luna Llena, Diego Sanchez / Mulata

Alvaro Gonzalez / Il Campeone, Karell Rubeska / Lincoyan 2nd ARG Juan Ramos / LV Valiente HJ, Constanza Abdala / Quirinuz Z

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Cecilia Gazola / Charlie Rach, Mario Schioppa Neto / WN Barasha

1st

URU Ignacio Barberouse / Don Roque

Andre Vidiz / Kilina HVP 2nd BRA

Sara Pereira Willrich / Odilia, Lucas Coutinho / Major Jalisco

2nd BRA

Andre Vidiz / Kilina HVP

3rd BRA

Mario Schioppa Neto / WN Barasha

Maximiliano Montes de Oca / Pinon Fijo

3rd ARG Rodrigo Luna / DF Carisma, Ary Werthein / Gepera Lobista

3rd BRA

Stephanie Macieira / Bon Jovi

3rd URU Marcos Camilo / Shyraz I, Artur Salles / Cognac SSC

Bruno Passaro / Tini Candy, Gerardo Minuzzi / Papillon van Het Ankerhof Total NFs: Total competitors:

5 28

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 12

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 15

Finished the comp teams:

Total NFs: Total competitors:

4

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE CHI

Jose Luis Halcartegaray / Miraflores Flor Silverstre, Hugo Manzanares / Amapola

1st

BRA

2nd BRA

Caroline Duarte Teixeira / Gigant, Antonio Pimentel / Quarup d’Oro Monica Cavalcanti de Paula / Lira Do Eldorado, Andre Oliveira Campos Freire / Whoeler

7 27

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 21

Finished the comp teams:

8

4 7

BRA

François Esteves / Argentino van de Zuuthieve

2nd NED Jeroen Dubbeldam / Elisa LS La Silla 3rd MEX Agustin Aguayo / Jaguar

3rd ARG Andrea Munoz / Tamanaco Arequipa

Lucas Costa Araujo / Land Juliet, Rodrigo Mesenguer Cardoso / Lolita HV Total NFs: Total competitors:

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Lucas Costa Araujo / Land Juliet

Felipe Amaral / Alianca do Brasil Zidane, Manoela Rodrigues da Cunha / Natural 3rd BRA

3 27

JUMPING 5 YEARS

Felipe Amaral / Alianca do Brasil Zidane

Francisca Hamman / Liberty, Carlos Alberto Morstardt / Rye Grass Shadowy 2nd BRA

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Americas Young Horses Championship / Monterrey (MEX) 26-30 October

JUMPING Pre-Juniors 1st

5 35

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 15

Finished the comp teams:

Total NFs: Total competitors:

20

7 15

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

15

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

15

Finished the comp teams:

-

15

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

15

Finished the comp teams:

-

15

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

15

Finished the comp teams:

-

JUMPING 6 YEARS JUMPING Children

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE st

1

CHI

st

Vicente Lavielle / Paisandu, Joaquin Uauy / Rimini

1

BRA

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

1st

Victor Gonzalez Coelho / Pampanilla

2nd BRA

Jefferson Martins / Copernico

3rd BRA

Eduardo Menezes / Mujeriego Santa Clara

Lukas Buckel / Black Lake, Giulia Vasallo / Tentada 2nd BRA

2nd BRA

Victoria Izzi Gordon / Nativa, Luiz Piauhylino Neto / Haragano 3K

3

ARG Renzo Bonomi / Tres Coronas Sonata, Eugenia Juarez Chico / Golden Hawn

Jefferson Martins / Special

Tomas de Moraes Dantas / Demoiselle Total NFs: Total competitors:

Tais de Souza Arruda / Pillar Jmen, Victor Gonzalez Coelho / Pampanilla rd

BRA

rd

3

4 15

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

ARG Leandro Dutruel / Tres Coronas Kaaba

Leandro Dutruel / Tres Coronas Kaaba, Lucas Meza / Indiano Total NFs: Total competitors:

9 39

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

4 15

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

5 28

Finished the comp teams:

5

JUMPING 7 YEARS INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st nd

2

MEX Alberto Michan / Risque Tout FRA

Christian Hermon / Kentin de Moyon

3rd MEX Enrique Gonzalez / San Lucas Santa Clara Total NFs: Total competitors:

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3 15

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

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2005 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS JUMPING Young Riders

Balkan Championships / Plovdiv (BUL) 13-16 October

1st

TUR

DRESSAGE Seniors BUL

1st

Hristo Georgiev / Orlando, Angelina Assenova / Dagestan,

BUL

TUR

Can Ozula / Liesbeth

3rd

BALKAN

Katerina Asteriou / Liman 3rd ROM Izabela Selistean / Destolnic, Alina Toader /

3rd GRE

Andreas Pampoukidis / Gatsby

3rd SCG Katarina Ilic / Winston

Miroslav Iliev (BUL) / Picolino, Dalibor Stojmenov (MKD) / Vanila, Katarina Ilic (SCG) / Winston, Zoran Sapkalievski (MKD) / Nadom

2nd ROM Bianca Raducan / Caramelle

Christos Sahinoglou / Mercedes, Iris Androvits / Tainez 2,

2nd GRE

Katerina Doubodel / Sofist, Charalambos Nikolaou / Winking 51, Eleni Toslakidou / Dolli Dolar, Andreas Pampoukidis / Gatsby

Svetlozar Kaschiev / Tarzan

Svetlozar Kaschiev / Tarzan 2nd GRE

1st

Can Ozula / Liesbeth, Gizem Buyrukbilen / Picorde, Ihsan Osman Yarsuvat / Grand Poulo, Kaan Kizilkaplan / Oswald

2nd GRE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Katerina Asteriou / Liman

5 12

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

5 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

9

Finished the comp teams:

12

Felicia, Bianca Raducan / Caramelle Total NFs: Total competitors:

5 14

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

5 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

13

Finished the comp teams:

15

Balkan Championships / Istanbul (TUR) 1-4 September JUMPING Young Riders

DRESSAGE Juniors GRE

1st

Emmanouill Altani / Livano, Christina Sahinoglou / Maximilian 2,

GRE

Alexandra Alexopoulou / Marco Polo 199

1st

TUR

2nd GRE

2nd MDA Emmanouill Altani / Livano

3rd

3rd MDA Alisa Cralina / Manifest

Stefka Boyanova / Neptun, Luba Kenarova / Livia,

BALKAN

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

4 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 12

Finished the comp teams:

11

GRE

3rd TUR

Yasemin Kap / Flamingo, Rakel Aroyo / Karmella,

Audrey Caix / Fjord de Sissy

2nd ROM Ionut Leonte / Leonte, Ana Stafanescu / Caruso, Ionut Bucur / Fregel,

3rd GRE

Electra Sergentani / Secret

3rd BUL

4 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

10

Finished the comp teams:

9

12

TUR

Dilara Pars / Jisco de la Tour

2nd ROM Ana Stafanescu / Caruso

Dimana Koleva / Poor Boy, Asia Cheneva / Ice Girl, Zdravko Georgiev / Zetor,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3rd BUL

Zdravko Georgiev / Zetor

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

TUR

Iskender Pisak / Baekgardens Lorri

2nd SCG

Drasko Dokic / Capitol

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 12

Finished the comp teams:

16

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

3rd TUR

Ata Zorlu / McAllen

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 12

Finished the comp teams:

Ivan Kisiov / Goldstain, Angel Petkov / Epizod, Tzveta Kapralova / Pegas,

1st

GRE

Christina Dimitrakopoulou / Lornelia SB

Gunes Sarmat / Icaros, Melissa Hoskal / Fury du Temple, Lara Kunze / Cennefer,

2nd TUR

Jessica Kilic / Benek

Alexander Mandrinos / Issu de Baussy, Christina Dimitrakopoulou / Lornelia SB,

3rd BUL

Ivan Aleksander Todorov / Nilton

Monika Martini / Riveria, Gregory Marinakis / Janus Total NFs: Total competitors:

Marian Ferraru / Agresor de Florin, Aurel Cojocariu / Duende 4 2

4 2

Ivan Aleksander Todorov / Nilton 2nd TUR 3rd GRE

Alexandros Fourlis / Lapinto 3rd ROM Teodor Panca / Carisma, Norbert Schumann / Jouable,

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Jessica Kilic / Benek

Ata Zorlu / McAllen Michalis Kazis / Gorky Rouge, Dimitris Natsis / Otto, Elina Dendrinou / Perle,

5 18

JUMPING Children 1st BUL

Mert Alicioglu / Menuet S, Sencer Can / Odetta, Iskender Pisak / Baekgardens Lorri,

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1st

Dilara Pars / Jisco de la Tour, Melis Ekmeçi / Classic,

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

JUMPING Seniors

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Finished the comp teams:

Aleksandra Arabadjieva / Miss Magic

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

5 17

9

Luca Ruxandariu / Zvon

Balkan Championships / Istanbul (TUR) 1-4 September

Total NFs: Total competitors:

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

2nd BUL

Naz Gumusel / Michman

2nd GRE

5 -

1st TUR

GRE

Audrey Caix / Fjord de Sissy

TUR

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Ayse And / Rica van de Wrombouthoeve, Cagri Basel / Beko Hilltop

Stefan Georgiev / Kazablanca, Michael Dimitrova / Geolog,

1st

5 12

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Ioulia Koudouni / Donnelgroll

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3rd SCG Katarina Ilic / Winston

Miroslav Iliev (BUL) / Picolino, Dalibor Stojmenov (MKD) / Vanila,

Ioulia Koudouni / Donnelgroll

1st

2nd BUL

4 11

Andreas Pampoukidis / Gatsby

JUMPING Juniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Electra Sergentani / Secret, Elena Potouli / Janton Intrepid,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

2nd GRE

Katerina Doubodel / Sofist, Charalambos Nikolaou / Winking 51,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

DRESSAGE Children TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Can Ozula / Liesbeth

Katarina Ilic (SCG) / Winston, Zoran Sapkalievski (MKD) / Nadom

Konstantin Tzvetkov / Adler 5 12

TUR

Eleni Toslakidou / Dolli Dolar, Andreas Pampoukidis / Gatsby

Alisa Cralina / Manifest

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st

Can Ozula / Liesbeth, Gizem Buyrukbilen / Picorde, Ihsan Osman Yarsuvat / Grand Poulo, Kaan Kizilkaplan / Oswald

Alexandra Alexopoulou / Marco Polo 199 2nd MDA Maria Levcenco / Inspectors, Alexandra Fainstein / Auls, 3rd BUL

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

5 17

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

4 2

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 15

Finished the comp teams:

15

15

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2005 WORLD CUP FINALS

Balkan Championships / Ankara (TUR) 17-19 June

Seniors World Cup Final Dressage / Las Vegas (USA) 21-24 April

EVENTING Seniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st BUL

Miroslav Iliev / Markiz, Ivan Dobrev / Karmen, Robert Savov / Dust in the Wind,

1st

BUL

DRESSAGE

Miroslav Iliev / Markiz

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Vesselin Petrov / Magilan 2nd TUR

2nd BUL

Ozhan Sezer / Melankoli, Ozden Oten / Ilgi, Kamer Adalali / Leydi,

1st

Ivan Dobrev / Karmen

nd

2

Dogan Deniz / Inan 3rd ROM Viorel Bubau / Mare Senior, Vasile Teanc / Basrab,

3rd BUL

Robert Savov / Dust in the Wind

NED Anky van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero NED Edward Gal / Gestion Lingh

3rd USA Debbie McDonald / Brentina

Silviu Inclezan / Carlos Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 13

Total NFs: NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

12

Finished the comp teams:

10

Total competitors:

18

12

Young Riders World Cup Final Dressage / Frankfurt (GER) 15-18 December

1st BUL

EVENTING Juniors

DRESSAGE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Andrei Sashev / Zilia, Apostol Tenev / Vigano, Doncho Borisov / Gigant,

1st

BUL

1st

Andrei Sashev / Zilia

nd

2

Simona Mincheva / Nexia 2nd TUR

Osman Hazinedaroglu / Dalas, Oktay Kopru / Akrundus,

2nd BUL

Apostol Tenev / Vigano

3rd TUR

Osman Hazinedaroglu / Dalas

ITA GER

3rd FIN

Korcan Pak / Back Hawk, Emirhan Cunbus / Sushima 3rd ROM Hunor Szabo / Harap Alb, Viorela Bubau / Carnaval,

Valentina Truppa / Don Rico Jessica Werndl / Duchess 8 Emma Kanerva / Atoftens Volanti Total NFs:

13

Total competitors:

13

A. Bothia / Allegra Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 11

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

7

Finished the comp teams:

World Cup Final Jumping / Las Vegas (USA) 21-24 April

11

JUMPING INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

Central Asian Championships / Almaty (KAZ) 9-12 June

3rd GER

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1

KAZ

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE st

Sergey Buikevich / Volan, Galina Suhoveenko / Gipur

1

KAZ

2nd TKM Ekaterina Bezborodova / Mageh

3rd UZB Anna Lysyak / Grum, Elena Chistyakova / Secret

3rd KAZ

3 8

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 2

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

Marcus Ehning / Gitania 8 Total NFs:

18

Total competitors:

41

Sergey Buikevich / Volan

2nd TKM Ekaterina Bezborodova / Mageh, Nataly Urkevich / Audan

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum / Shutterfly

2nd GBR Michael Whitaker / Portofino 63

DRESSAGE Seniors st

GER

Galina Suhoveenko / Gipur 8

Finished the comp teams:

World Cup Final Eventing / Malmö (SWE) 11-14 August 6

EVENTING INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

JUMPING Seniors 1

KAZ

3rd FIN

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE st

AUS Clayton Fredericks / Ben Along Time

2nd AUS Andrew Hoy / Mr Pracatan

Alexander Tishkov / Zapad, Sergey Klolov / Man, Oleg Popelyaev / Zangizur,

st

1

UZB Aziz Sadikov / Red

Piia Pantsu / Ypäjä Karuso Total NFs:

13

Total competitors:

37

Latif Aliev / Samruk Regazzo 2nd UZB

Ibragim Yuldashev / Ganga, Isadgon Sadikov / Shevgard, Aleksey Loktev / Foxtrot,

3rd KGZ

Sadir Mamitov / Landgraff II, Vitaly Kalinichenko / Markhur,

2nd KGZ Oleg Tchursin / Sinus

Aziz Sadikov / Red 3rd KAZ

Children’s International Final / Simi Valley (USA) 21-27 November

Latif Aliev / Samruk Regazzo

Valentina Dubolazova / Gulfstream, Oleg Tchursin / Sinus Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 12

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

12

Finished the comp teams:

JUMPING

3

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st nd

2

COL Mark Bluman / Blue Bayou ECU

Matias Bayas / Angelo

3rd VEN Luis Fernando Larrazabal / Cosmos 36 Total NFs:

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Total competitors:

16

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2005 WORLD BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR YOUNG HORSES

JUMPING SIRE INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

WORLD BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR YOUNG DRESSAGE HORSES Verden (GER) 1-3 July

1st

2nd BEL

DRESSAGE 5 YEARS GER

2nd GER rd

3

GER

Total NFs:

Theo Muff / Karondo von Schlösslihof CH Ludo Philippaerts / Upsilon Vd Heffinck

3rd NED Jur Vrieling / VDL Orame Total NFs:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

SUI

14

Total competitors:

54

Number of individual competitors:

54

Finished the competition individuals:

46

Helen Langehanenberg / Damon Hill 4 Holga Finken / Donnerball Nadine Plaster / FBW Dejavu 15

Total competitors:

34

Number of individual competitors:

34

Finished the competition individuals:

WORLD BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIP FOR YOUNG HORSES EVENTING Le Lion d’Angers (FRA) 20-23 OCTOBER

14

EVENTING STUDBOOKS RESULTS

TEAM RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

DRESSAGE 6 YEARS

1st FRA

NED Hans Peter Minderoud / Florencio 2

2nd BEL

Hendrik Degros / Mr Wiseguy, Tom van den Broek / Word for Word,

3rd FRA

Nicolas Touzaint / Tatchou, Jean-Marie Bazire / Lamioche de Lavaud,

3

GER

2nd BWP Belgisch Warmbloedpaard v.z.w

Janus Archie / Wervelwind van Kalken

2nd GBR Damian Hallman / Spirit Freedom 2 rd

SF Selle Français

Frédéric de Romblay / Leprince des Bois

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

1st

Nicolas Touzaint / Lesbos, Aurélien Kahn / Lord de Lignière,

Carola Koppelmann / Insterburg 10

3rd AA Anglo-Arabe

Alexandra Bourreau / Looping de Buissy Total NFs:

12

Total competitors:

31

Number of individual competitors:

31

Finished the competition individuals:

15 total NFs/Studbooks

WORLD BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR YOUNG JUMPING HORSES Lanaken (BEL) 22-25 September

ESP

st

1

Manuel Fernandez Saro / Quicksilber

Total competitors:

finished the competition teams:

7

STUDBOOK RESULTS st

Janet Wiesner / Libero 103

1

Nicolas Touzaint / Lesbos

2nd SF Selle Français

WESTF Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch e.V.

3rd GBR Angela Tucker / Irish Jester

Wilhem Vermeir / Quasimodo T

25

GER

2nd FRA

total NFs/Studbooks

3rd NED K. van de Nieuwenhuyzen / Ambassador Total NFs:

21

EVENTING

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

2nd BEL

Number of team competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE CCI1* (6 YEARS OLD)

JUMPING 5 YEARS 1st

7/9

147

Number of individual competitors:

147

Finished the competition individuals:

20/20

Number of individual competitors:

48

finished the competition individuals:

42

39

EVENTING INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE CCI2* (7 YEARS OLD)

JUMPING 6 YEARS

1st

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

FRA

2nd BEL

rd

3

Christophe Vanderhasselt / Wariska de la Falize

29

Total competitors:

STUDBOOK RESULTS 1st

Nicolas Touzaint / Tatchou

2nd GBR Kristina Cook / Miners Frolic

David Jobertie / Winsome van de Plataan

GER

174

Number of individual competitors:

174

Finished the competition individuals:

36

113

Number of individual competitors:

113

Finished the competition individuals:

25

14/18

AA Anglo-Arab

2nd BWB British Warmblood 3rd ZFDP Zuchverband für Deutsche Pferde e.V.

Frank Ostholt / Little Paint

total NFs/Studbooks

3rd NED Mathijs van Asten / Chester Z Total NFs:

FRA

Number of individual competitors:

54

finished the competition individuals:

43

JUMPING 7 YEARS INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st

NED Mans Buurmans / AK’K Rob

2nd NED Mans Buurmans / Richmond Hill 3rd EGY Total NFs:

Abdel Said / Team Harmony Sky High 23

Total competitors:

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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS ORGANISED BY NATIONAL FEDERATIONS (NFs) (GAMES, CH, CIO, CI - SENIORS, Y, J, P, CH) 1995 - 2005 COUNTRY Netherlands Antilles

64 FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2005

ABBREV. AFFILIATION GROUP AHO

1986

5

95

96

97

98

99

00

01

02

03

04

05

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Algeria

ALG

1963

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

Andorra

AND

1998

1

n.a.*

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Antigua

ANT

1997

4

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Argentina

ARG

1928

6

6

4

5

5

10

9

7

12

23

27

44

Armenia

ARM

1999

3

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

American Samoa

ASA

1999

4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Australia

AUS

1950

8

22

22

25

24

38

42

59

81

79

68

98

Austria

AUT

1928

1

18

19

23

25

26

28

20

40

40

50

50

Azerbaijan

AZE

1997

3

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Barbados

BAR

1994

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Belgium

BEL

1921

1

19

24

27

27

24

34

30

56

52

0

57

Bermuda

BER

1976

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

68

0

Belarus

BLR

1993

3

2

2

4

3

3

2

2

2

4

1

4

Bolivia

BOL

1959

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

2

Botswana

BOT

1993

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

2

4

Brazil

BRA

1935

6

7

10

9

14

13

14

29

49

45

1

43

Bahrain

BRN

1985

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

3

7

43

16

Brunei

BRU

2001

8

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

1

1

Bulgaria

BUL

1928

3

2

2

1

3

3

3

3

5

6

0

7

Canada

CAN

1950

4

16

11

13

11

18

13

27

96

40

6

46

Cayman Islands

CAY

2004

4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

1

Chile

CHI

1935

6

2

0

1

4

0

4

5

9

4

0

16

China

CHN

1983

8

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

9

0

Cameroon

CMR

2005

9

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

Congo Democratic Republic

COD

1980

9

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

2

Colombia

COL

1947

5

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

8

Costa Rica

CRC

1973

5

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

2

2

Croatia

CRO

1992

1

3

3

1

1

2

1

2

1

2

3

2

Cuba

CUB

1937

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Cyprus

CYP

1982

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Czech Republic

CZE

1993

1

9

8

7

6

12

11

5

14

19

16

24

Denmark

DEN

1921

2

6

10

10

5

8

6

9

21

12

32

38

Dominican Republic

DOM

1979

5

0

1

0

0

0

2

0

0

2

3

2

Ecuador

ECU

1957

5

0

1

0

0

2

0

2

0

0

3

2

Egypt

EGY

1946

7

0

1

1

1

0

2

2

1

1

4

4

El Salvador

ESA

1972

5

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

5

0

2

2

Spain

ESP

1924

1

21

23

18

15

25

40

38

46

41

44

48

Estonia

EST

1992

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

5

Ethiopia

ETH

1994

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Finland

FIN

1923

2

7

5

5

2

3

6

6

7

11

7

10

France

FRA

1921

1

58

53

61

70

62

85

82

123

183

195

208

Great Britain

GBR

1925

2

15

19

23

24

27

32

25

68

58

70

70

Georgia

GEO

1999

3

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

1

1

FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2005 65


COUNTRY

ABBREV. AFFILIATION GROUP

95

96

97

98

99

00

01

02

03

04

05

COUNTRY

ABBREV. AFFILIATION GROUP

95

96

97

98

99

00

01

02

03

04

05

Germany

GER

1927

2

41

40

55

59

60

86

77

138

146

135

185

Norway

NOR

1921

2

3

2

3

2

3

3

4

5

10

15

15

Greece

GRE

1938

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

4

5

6

4

New Zealand

NZL

1951

8

11

10

13

13

24

27

33

33

39

36

37

Grenada

GRN

1999

4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oman

OMA

1986

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Guatemala

GUA

1949

5

0

0

0

0

1

1

4

1

1

3

4

Pakistan

PAK

1982

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Haiti

HAI

1999

4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

Panama

PAN

1989

5

0

1

0

0

1

1

1

1

0

1

3

Hong Kong

HKG

1978

8

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

1

0

3

1

Paraguay

PAR

1980

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

Honduras

HON

1985

5

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Peru

PER

1952

5

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

Hungary

HUN

1927

1

9

10

10

11

9

9

6

12

18

18

31

Philippines

PHI

1975

8

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

4

Indonesia

INA

1975

8

2

0

3

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

Palestine

PLE

1999

7

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

India

IND

1971

8

2

2

1

3

1

1

2

0

6

1

3

Poland

POL

1975

2

11

9

10

10

13

9

8

17

33

32

36

Iran

IRI

1959

3

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

Portugal

POR

1928

1

0

10

4

5

4

11

15

17

11

35

47

Ireland

IRL

1931

2

11

9

13

13

20

21

12

24

18

23

26

Puerto Rico

PUR

1964

5

4

1

2

0

0

2

2

2

0

3

4

Iceland

ISL

1997

2

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Qatar

QAT

1982

7

0

0

2

0

0

0

3

6

10

20

18

Israel

ISR

1986

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

6

3

Romania

ROM

1930

1

6

3

4

2

3

2

3

4

3

5

5

Virgin Islands

ISV

1977

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

South Africa

RSA

1947

9

1

5

7

6

5

5

10

7

14

35

29

Italy

ITA

1921

1

23

30

31

34

46

61

68

103

108

115

109

Russia

RUS

1993

3

3

3

3

4

5

2

3

10

13

19

22

Jamaica

JAM

1983

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

1

2

Serbia & Montenegro (1)

SCG

1930

1

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

Jordan

JOR

1988

7

0

1

0

1

3

1

1

1

0

5

2

Senegal

SEN

1994

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Japan

JPN

1921

8

8

7

7

9

16

12

8

10

14

13

9

Singapore

SIN

1975

8

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Kazakhstan

KAZ

1993

3

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

2

6

3

4

Slovenia

SLO

1992

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

3

5

2

2

Kenya

KEN

1996

9

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

San Marino

SMR

1989

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Kyrgyzstan

KGZ

1993

3

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Sri Lanka

SRI

2004

8

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

Korea

KOR

1952

8

0

1

1

0

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

Sudan

SUD

1996

7

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Saudi Arabia

KSA

1990

7

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

10

Switzerland

SUI

1923

1

7

11

11

15

13

11

13

18

19

13

23

Kuwait

KUW

1980

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

Suriname

SUR

2000

4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

Latvia

LAT

1992

2

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

Slovakia

SVK

1993

1

3

2

3

2

3

2

1

3

4

6

7

Libya

LBA

1970

7

0

1

1

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

Sweden

SWE

1921

2

8

10

8

13

13

8

12

22

18

28

30

Lesotho

LES

2002

9

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

Swaziland

SWZ

1999

9

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

1

0

1

0

Lebanon

LIB

1957

7

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

2

0

3

2

Syria

SYR

1971

7

1

1

2

0

1

1

4

3

1

9

2

Liechtenstein

LIE

1984

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

Thailand

THA

1983

8

1

1

4

2

0

2

0

0

3

0

0

Lithuania

LTU

1992

2

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

Turkmenistan

TKM

1997

3

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Luxemburg

LUX

1956

1

5

4

3

1

3

3

4

3

7

2

7

Chinese Taipei

TPE

1975

8

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

2

2

Madagascar

MAD

2005

9

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

0

Trinidad & Tobago

TRI

1998

4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Morocco

MAR

1958

7

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Tunisia

TUN

1961

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

1

1

0

Malaysia

MAS

1981

8

1

2

5

5

1

5

13

8

6

15

14

Turkey

TUR

1932

1

2

1

2

4

2

4

3

0

3

2

8

Malawi

MAW

2002

9

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

United Arab Emirates

UAE

1985

7

0

2

0

3

11

13

22

21

23

7

26

Moldova

MDA

1994

3

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ukraine

UKR

1993

3

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

3

1

2

2

Mexico

MEX

1938

5

7

6

11

5

4

4

5

2

12

6

16

Uruguay

URU

1960

6

2

0

2

1

3

1

1

0

1

8

23

Mongolia

MGL

1998

8

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

United States of America

USA

1921

4

37

44

37

32

53

56

81

106

115

156

179

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

MKD

2003

1

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

0

0

0

Uzbekistan

UZB

1993

3

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

Malta

MLT

1999

1

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

Venezuela

VEN

1947

5

3

3

2

3

2

0

1

1

0

3

2

MON

1995

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

1

0

3

Zambia

ZAM

1981

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mauritius

MRI

1994

9

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Zimbabwe

ZIM

1956

9

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

Myanmar

MYA

1996

8

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Namibia

NAM

1992

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

3

5

9

Nicaragua

NCA

1999

5

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

Netherlands

NED

1924

2

27

25

28

29

32

36

23

40

43

53

62

Monaco

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DRESSAGE EVENT Games & Championships CDIO

1995 5

1996 1997 2

7

1998 1999 8

7

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 7

12

13

4

15

10

2

3

4

3

2

3

3

3

7

8

4

CDI-W (up to 97 incl. in CDI)

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

28

35

33

24

27

22

21

27

CDI 3* (former CDI)

55

57

52

26

24

27

37

49

47

56

61

CDI 2* (former CDA)

13

6

7

2

4

4

4

4

8

6

4

CDI 1* (former CDF) TOTAL

1

1

0

1

2

0

1

2

3

3

3

76

69

70

68

74

74

81

98

91

109

109

International Events YR, J, Ch, P

6

6

0

5

4

11

10

25

48

53

73

GRAND TOTAL

82

75

70

73

78

85

91

123

139

162

182

EVENTING EVENT

1995

1996 1997

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Games & Championships

4

6

5

5

4

3

7

9

9

6

9

CCIO 3*

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

2

0

0

0

CCIO 2*

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

1

0

0

1

45

42

41

25

44

32

36

36

27

41

11

13

16

19

17

CCI 1*

NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL EVENTS BY DISCIPLINE

CCI 2* CCI 3*

51

53

56

76

89

96

CCI 4*

3

4

4

4

5

CIC 1*

59

56

73

76

105

CIC 2*

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

15

29

50

CIC 3*

JUMPING EVENT

1995

1996 1997

1998 1999

59

69

80

84

89

20

20

32

42

42

CCA

2

0

1

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

CCF

0

0

0

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

TOTAL

57

59

62

96

122

152

238

252

291

283

353

International Events YR, J, P

6

2

2

5

12

15

13

16

20

21

25

GRAND TOTAL

63

61

64

101

134

167

251

268

311

304

378

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

DRIVING

Games & Championships

7

2

11

5

4

6

10

12

9

11

55

CSIO

26

27

27

29

32

39

38

34

47

50

41

CSI-W (up to 96 incl. in CSI)

n.a.

n.a.

107

99

96

88

88

86

101

109

124

CSI 5* as of 2003

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

7

8

6

Games & Championships

CSI 4* as of 2003

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

30

33

26

CAIO

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

4

8

EVENT

1995 2

1996 1997 1

2

1998 1999 2

2

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 1

1

3

2

2

4

2

3

2

8

9

7

CSI 3* (up to 96 CSI; then up to 2002 CSIA)

183

214

52

57

58

67

85

82

61

59

79

CAI - W

CSI 2* (up to 96 CSA then up to 2002 CSIB)

51

47

50

35

47

47

45

49

48

60

72

CAI - A

14

22

24

16

13

20

11

37

42

41

44

CAI - B (up to 97 CAA & F)

9

13

3

10

11

10

7

46

35

39

48

CSI 1* (up to 96 CSF then up to 2002 CSIC) TOTAL International Events YR, J, Ch, P, V

16

10

49

53

60

76

87

91

92

93

87

283

300

296

278

297

323

353

354

395

423

490

TOTAL

26

38

31

30

28

33

24

96

89

94

105

247

CAIP, Cat. A et B

0

0

1

0

0

0

6

53

32

47

51

26

38

32

30

28

33

30

149

121

141

156

30

28

40

48

47

64

59

127

186

197

(if not included in the above)

(if not included in the above) GRAND TOTAL

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313

328

336

326

344

387

412

481

581

620

737

GRAND TOTAL

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ENDURANCE EVENT

1995

1996 1997

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Games & Championships

2

1

3

1

3

1

5

3

3

1

4

CEIO

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

4

CEI Cat. 1* and 2*

6

8

19

20

22

31

43

40

92

121

110

CEI Cat. 3* and 4 *

9

14

5

21

38

46

91

119

121

146

146

CEF

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

n.a.

n.a.

n.a

TOTAL

19

23

27

42

63

78

139

162

226

272

264

International Events YR, J, Ch

0

0

0

2

0

4

8

24

17

28

89

GRAND TOTAL

19

23

27

44

63

82

147

186

238

300

353

NUMBER OF EVENTS 1700

1500

1300

1100

900

700

VAULTING EVENT

500

1995

1996 1997

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Games & Championships

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

CVI 2* (former CVI)

10

9

12

8

9

7

5

9

6

6

10

CVI 1* (former CVA)

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

2

2

1

6

TOTAL

12

11

13

9

10

8

7

12

9

8

17

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

REINING EVENT

1995

1996 1997

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Games & Championships

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

CRIO

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

3

CRI Cat. A

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

1

1

1

2

4

2

0

2

0

0

1

1

CRI Cat. B

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

27

38

TOTAL

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

3

5

3

29

43

ALL EVENT

1995

1996 1997

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Jumping

313

328

336

326

344

387

412

481

581

620

737

Dressage

82

75

70

73

78

85

91

123

139

162

182

Eventing

63

61

64

101

134

167

251

286

311

304

378

Driving

26

38

32

30

28

33

30

149

121

141

156

Endurance

19

23

27

44

63

82

147

186

238

300

353

Vaulting

12

11

13

9

10

8

7

12

9

8

17

Reining

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

3

5

3

29

43

TOTAL

515

536

542

583

657

762

941

1242

1402

1564

1866

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FEI BUREAU AND STAFF

The FEI Bureau in London (GBR) in April 2005

President:

HRH The Infanta Doña Pilar DE BORBÓN (ESP)

1st Vice - President:

Mr Freddy SERPIERI (GRE)

2 Vice - President:

Mr Leopoldo PALACIOS JUGO (VEN)

Treasurer:

Mr Guilherme SARMENTO (BRA)

Members:

Dr Douk-Kee AHN (KOR) Mr Shael BIN KHALIFA AL-KUWARI (QAT) Mr Simon BROOKS-WARD, OBE (GBR) Mr Sven HOLMBERG (SWE) Mr Ernst J. HOLTZ (RSA) Mrs Katharine E. JACKSON (USA) Prof. Leo Broof JEFFCOTT (GBR) Mr Ken E. LALO (ISR) Dr Alexander MACHKEVITCH (KAZ) Dr Pablo Tomas MAYORGA (ARG) Mr Richard NICOLL (USA) Mrs Diana Maria RAMOS BAEZ (DOM) Dr Hallvard SOMMERSETH (NOR) Mrs Mariette WITHAGES (BEL)

nd

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DEPARTEMENT

NAME AND FUNCTION

Ad interim Secretary General Personal Assistant

Mr Jean-Claude FALCIOLA Mrs Lucinda ARSENIO

Sports Director Championships, Calendar, FEI World Equestrian Games, Strategic Planning Committee, Samsung Super League,

Mr Michael STONE Mrs Sabrina ZEENDER, Sports Administrator

Dressage, Reining, Vaulting Games and Championships, FEI World Cup Dressage

Ms Eva SALOMON, Manager Mrs Anna MILNE, Assistant Mrs Annick CHEVALLEY, Assistant

Jumping Games and Championships, FEI World Cup Jumping, FEI Nations Cup Series

Capt. John P. ROCHE, Manager Ms Vicky-Eileen BAUMANN, Coordinator Mrs Deborah RIPLINGER, Assistant Mrs Françoise SCALA, Assistant Ms Julie PAHUD, Assistant

Eventing & Olympic Department Games and Championships, Olympic Games, FEI Eventing World Cup

Ms Catrin NORINDER, Manager Ms Fabienne DISERENS, Assistant Mrs Nathalie DESSCAN, Assistant Ms Diana DI CLEMENTE, Assistant

Endurance, Driving, Para-Equestrian Games and Championships, FEI World Cup Driving

Mr Ian WILLIAMS, Manager Mrs Danièle GUTOWSKI-ZUMOFEN, Assistant Ms Emilie LEYVRAZ, Assistant

Youth Department International Children’s Competition, Pony Riders

Ms Nici KENNEDY, Youth Coordinator

Sports Development Department FEI Coaching System, FEI World Jumping & Dressage Challenge Affiliations, Olympic Solidarity

Ms Jacqueline BRAISSANT, Manager Mrs Cynthia AMAMI-DELEZE, Assistant

Information System Registration, Results / Rankings/ Standings/ Database

Ms Catherine DE COULON, Information Systems Coordinator Mrs Nicole SIGRIST, Assistant Ms Mélody MEYER, Assistant Mrs Karen LOGOZ, Assistant

Veterinary FEI horse passports, Medication Control, Code of Conduct , Health requirements for horse import

Dr Frédérik SLUYTER, Manager Ms Dominique ROCHAT, Coordinator MCP Mrs Anne WUILLEMIN, Assistant Ms Laetitia HÜGLI, Assistant

Administration, Finance, Personnel Human Resources, Accounts, Insurance, Logistics

Mr Alexis TRIQUET, Director Ms Chantal SLEURS, Human Resources, Administration and Finance Coordinator Mr Pierre-André STEFFEN, Accountant Mrs Patricia CUÉNOUD, Receptionist Mrs Anne MORIN, Receptionist Mr François LUTHER, Mail & logistics

Communications Media Relations, Publications, Website, Organisation of General Assembly and Bureau Meetings

Mrs Muriel FAIENZA, Manager Mrs Sophie RUIZ-LEIMER, Coordinator Ms Malina GUEORGUIEV, Coordinator

Commercial Division

Mr Christophe TROENDLE, Commercial Director Ms Wiveka LUNDH, Commercial Manager Mr Marcus BRUGGER, Marketing Manager

Legal Statutes, General Regulations, Disciplinary actions, Positive medication cases World Anti Doping Agency, Court of Arbitration for Sport

Mr Alexander McLIN, General Counsel Mrs Annie CORMIER SMITH, Legal Counsel Mr Mikael RENTSCH, Legal Counsel

Special Assignments General Assembly, Special Projects

Dr Beat H. SCHATZMANN, Consultant

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