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FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2006

ANNUAL REPORT 2006


ANNUAL REPORT 2006


FOREWORD BY THE FEI PRESIDENT

There is a saying in my part of the world, that those who do not pay tribute to the past shall have no future. The FEI has an illustrious past, steeped in history. In fact, we are a proud organisation whose past is the very history of sport itself. According to historical records, the first ancient Olympic Games can be traced back to 776 BC.; they were Games that celebrated horsemanship, a tradition which has carried on to the present day.

of countries in modern horsesport is always going to be an advantage. But an event of the size of a World Equestrian Games only becomes extraordinary through the atmosphere in which the event is held. The combination of a knowledgeable community and top class competition created an atmosphere that was magical.

The IOC President, Dr Jacques Rogge, came to Aachen and we have continued to have regular communications since then. I Our recent past is no less proud, for we are now evolving from know that the development of this relationship can only serve an organisation that holds the history of sport in its hand, to to further strengthen the position of Eventing, Dressage and an organisation that also embraces the future. We are able to Jumping at the heart of the Olympic Family. take this step into the future because of the wise leadership of those who have guided the FEI to where it is now. The IOC is constantly striving to see its member IFs embracing universality. Through another legacy of Doña Pilar, the FEI is As HRH The Infanta Doña Pilar de Borbón took her leave of already laying the foundation of a truly global sport. In 2010 we the FEI at the General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur, she must all look forward to the first FEI World Equestrian Games outside have been very proud. Under the guidance of Doña Pilar, the mainland Europe and I am delighted that this setting will be at number of international competitions more than trebled and the very heart of horse country in North America, Kentucky. my ability to lead the organisation forward into a new era of growth is entirely down to the fact that the presidential legacy The year 2006 was a momentous year for both the FEI and for from that era reflects a modern sport on a stable platform. me personally. Being the first elected President of the FEI was an honour beyond words. When Doña Pilar left the Presidency she left us an astonishing gift, a gift that horsesport did not see the enormity of for Bringing the Manifesto, your Manifesto, containing your three months. It was, of course, the FEI World Equestrian wishes, to life and turning a policy framework into action has Games, Aachen - an event of such breathtaking sporting taken time in the discussion phase. More time than I would perfection that it was, without doubt, the jewel in the crown have liked, but I appreciate that, as a modern organisation, of horsesport in 2006. inclusive conversation is important. I am delighted that the Manifesto is now woven into the fabric of the FEI not least Only history can judge its long term effect but my instant through the FEI Business Plan which will go to the 2007 feeling, which has not changed since, was that we will view General Assembly for approval. the FEI WEG, Aachen 2006 as the benchmark of event organisation for many decades to come. The geo-strategic Think of the changes as seeds that have been planted and location of Aachen in the centre of the strongest triangle allowed to grow, as a plant does, at first unseen, and then,

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both our internal and external audiences. I hope it will define the character of the FEI, as the governing body of a sport as old as time, but whose function is cutting edge and a leader in modernity among the family of IFs. Having achieved my target of raising CHF 10 million for the FEI and following my Manifesto request that 20% of any revenue raised by me personally goes towards Development, this pillar of the manifesto has made a seismic move forward. The Development Strategy based on the quantitative analysis of the situation in developing NFs, carried out by the Development Department, will become a major artery in the body of the FEI. While the Developing NFs have seen this as a step forward for them, the General Assembly indicated its wish that the distribution of funds be dictated by a concrete business and financial plan. This plan has been laid down for us with the help of friends from the FEI as well as a community of business people who will ensure that we are advised correctly, and wisely. The FEI has not paid for this guidance, and the money will be spent so that it makes a true change to both our present and our future.

in time, they will take firm roots below the ground, in the fertile ground that you have given me, and then the shoots and blossoms appear. Impatient as I am, this process must take place.

the welfare of our athletes, both horses and people, our Athletes Commission will open a new and exciting chapter for us. Their voices and faces in the decision – making process are vital for the welfare of our organisation, and will ensure that we always have our fingers on the pulse of all our disciplines, I pledged to myself, to the Bureau and to a wider audience at and that they remain the heartbeat of the organisation. the FEI World Equestrian Games, that I would produce a mid- Without our athletes, and without properly respecting our term report so that you could see the progress made against sports, there is no FEI. the Manifesto and the targets that we set ourselves and this we did in November. The first few months of my Presidency were indeed turbulent with the FEI functioning, in essence, without a Secretary Further progress was made between then and the end of General. While the Headquarters moved bravely forward, 2006 which touched on a wide range of areas under the six we arrived in Aachen, before the restructuring of the internal pillars of the Manifesto. These have become for me the broad management of the FEI and the appointment of Michael framework of reference in which I must focus efforts to move Stone to the position of Secretary General. As a result, I do the organisation forward during the next eight years. not believe that Headquarters can be judged fairly before that point, and indeed the dust has been settling and the At the General Assembly, we will seek approval for not organisation displaying its growing pains ever since. The only revised Statutes but also General Regulations, Internal process of shaping Headquarters into a sleek and agile service Regulations and the implementation of the important organisation is far from finished at this point. Its strengths, policy of Integrity in Sport. These documents will create a and its weaknesses, are becoming clearer by the day and so, as transparent organisation and make those responsible for the it begins to take shape, we will see more clearly what remains FEI more accountable, thereby protecting the integrity of the to be done. organisation. This emphasis on integrity is vital for our future development as an international sport business and as a part At the last General Assembly, I spoke constantly of comof the Olympic Family. Development of the sport is a major munication with the National Federations. I was convinced legacy of the previous administration and credit for the re- that the provision of a Global IT Network linking the work structuring and modernisation processes should be given to of the FEI with all its national facets, would aid this process. no one but Doña Pilar. She, who is wiser than I in the intricacies Communication with our National Federations is not an of the organisation, counselled me on flexibility and patience improvement in my eyes, it is a simple and basic necessity. and I have heeded her advice. Improving this communication is nothing to be proud of, it was lacking and so it cannot be seen as advancement. The I am particularly pleased with one component of the revised advancement, however, is that the Global IT Network is now Statutes, and that is that we will now have a truly visible and starting to come alive, and promises not only to provide this audible Athletes Commission. Whilst the FEI holds paramount basic need, but to become a vehicle of communications for

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The efforts of the Commercial Department have reaped positive dividends already, celebrated by the announcements of our commercial partnerships with both Alltech and Rolex. Yet this is only the beginning, many more changes must be made to the Commercial Department in order for it to function to the maximum, and in order for us to turn the tide on an IF that exists mainly from taxation of its own product.

months in office, I don’t feel like I have done enough. I am very aware that I endeavoured to engender a good team spirit at Headquarters. I have striven to maintain the balance between empowering the FEI Staff, while endeavouring to check their over enthusiasm, and by guaranteeing the balance that must exist between them and the Executive Powers of Bureau and Board that represent the National Federations. While Headquarters has been given increased responsibility, there is no doubt responsibility must walk hand-in-hand with accountability. As an elected President I feel that my role is to ensure that accountability. I will never be the one to take the pressure off and allow the organisation to feel that it is doing too well. We do have more energy, new ideas and a more agile administration. We have a great team. My job is to be realistic and to look at the FEI and the sport with unbiased eyes. As I look out across horsesport at the end of 2006, I see that we have not made a lasting difference yet, we have a very long way to go, but whether we will get there or not, is not a question any more. It is a fact that we will get there. I should like to thank all those, particularly the FEI Bureau and the FEI team in Lausanne, whose advice has always been valuable or who have in so many other ways supported me through this first year as FEI President.

I have made no secret of my passion for horsesport and although there have been many times during 2006 when I have been frustrated by the speed of progress, possibly because of To facilitate this end and in support of both the NFs and politics or bureaucracy, this past year has ingrained in me an the Commercial Department, I created a team, from Dubai even deeper commitment to the concept of enshrining the FEI Investment Group (DIG) and the Boston Consultant Group at the heart of horsesport. (BCG), to guide the FEI towards a true Financial and Business Plan. As I have said before, the FEI is not taxed to pay for this Constructive criticism will only serve to make me work harder, help, and I believe very strongly that the composition of this and spur the organisation to greater success through the team will not produce an agency template, what it will do is inspiration that is often derived from necessity. I am eternally create a true, individual recipe for a solid investment plan. grateful, for all the friends that I have in the sport all around This Presidential Advisory Team is tasked with unlocking the world and particularly in the National Federations, who the hidden potential of horsesport, in order to increase our have given me good counsel. I look forward to hearing more revenue streams and thereby support the common goals of from you in the year to come, for, as I said to the General Assembly, in Kuala Lumpur in 2006, “This is your FEI.” the NFs and the FEI. I promised, in 2006, to increase the efficiency and timescale of anti-doping and judicial decisions by decreasing the existing average of 2.5 months from testing to judgement to 1.5 months, within two years. Progress has been made during the course of 2006 in the judicial processes but there is still much work to be done. On 1 June the new Equine Anti-Doping and Medication Control Rules (EADMC) came into force and have been well received at all levels. The continued development of The Medicine Box is also an invaluable tool inproviding technical information to both treating veterinarians and athletes. Despite these advancements, we are not there yet, and there have been glitches found in the system, which the Judicial Committee and our Legal Counsel are working hard to rectify.

HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 2006

CONTENTS FOREWORD BY HRH PRINCESS HAYA BINT AL HUSSEIN, FEI PRESIDENT

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 2006 FEI General Assembly FEI World Equestrian Games FEI World Championships FEI Continental Championships FEI Regional Games FEI Regional Championships FEI World Breeding Championships for Young Horses Top Ten Final FEI Children’s International Jumping Final FEI World Cup™ Finals Samsung Superleague with FEI and FEI Nations Cup

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FEI CORPORATE ACTIVITIES FEI COMMITTEES Executive Board Finance Committee Jumping Committee Dressage Committee Eventing Committee Driving Committee Endurance Committee Vaulting Committee  Reining Committee Para-Equestrian Committee Pony Riders Committee Children’s Committee Veterinary Committee Judicial Committee

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OTHER ACTIVITIES FEI Commercial Department Public Relations

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FINANCIAL RESULTS

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

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FEI GENERAL ASSEMBLY Kuala Lumpur (MAS), 1 – 2 May 1 HRH The Infanta Doña Pilar de Borbón with outgoing FEI 2nd Vice President Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) 2 A symbolic passing on of the reins, Doña Pilar de Borbón places her FEI pin on the newly elected FEI President, HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein 3 HRH The Infanta Doña Pilar de Borbón with Honorary Delegates (from left to right): Marek Zaleski (POL), Abdelhaziz Barakat (MAR) and Chester Hryniewicz (PUR) 4 The outgoing FEI President and 1st Vice President, Freddy Serpieri with the recipients of the Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Services (from left to right): Gerry Mullins (IRL), Mary Binks (KEN) and Susanne Macken (IRL)

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5 The Royal Spanish Equestrian Federation received the FEI Fair Play Certificate from Mariette Withages (BEL), Chair of the Dressage Committee 6 HRH Princess Haya at the press conference following her election as the 13th FEI President 7 Outgoing Bureau Member Prof. Leo Jeffcott (GBR), chairman of the FEI Veterinary Committee from 1998 to 2006

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FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES Aachen (GER), 20 August – 3 September 1 Soaring through the skies and contributing towards the Dutch team gold, Jeroen Dubbeldam riding BMC Up and Down 2 Jos Lansink (BEL) on Cavalor Cumano, 2006 World Jumping Champion, whose exploit was all the more remarkable given that he did not commit a single mistake in the change-of-horse final 3 2006 World Champion, Jos Lansink, with the three other finalists (from left to right): silver medallist Beezie Madden (USA), bronze medallist Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER), and Edwina Alexander (AUS) 4 Anky Van Grunsven (NED) and Keltec Salinero become World Dressage Freestyle Champions riding to Edith Piaf’s “Non, je ne regrette rien”, part of L’Esprit Chanson arranged by the Dutch duo Cees Slings and Victor Kerkhof. 5 Isabell Werth (GER) riding Satchmo 78, is the new Dressage Grand Prix World Champion

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6 The French team are crowned the 2006 World Endurance Champions, here with the FEI President (from left to right): Philippe Benoit, Virginie Atger, Elodie Le Labourier, Pascale Dietsch 7 Félix-Marie Brasseur (BEL), 2006 World Four-in-Hand Champion, here weaving through the cones without incurring a single penalty 8 The delighted German Team, crowned 2006 Team World Dressage Champions (from left to right): Hubertus Schmidt, Nadine Capellmann, Heike Kemmer and Isabell Werth 9 Christoph Sandmann (GER), member of the German team crowned 2006 World Four-in-Hand Champion 10 Crossing the finish line in the pouring rain, Miguel Vila Ubach (ESP), 2006 World Endurance Champion.

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11 With a clear round in the cross country, Zara Phillips (GBR) riding Toytown claims gold and becomes 2006 World Eventing Champion 12 The 2006 World Reining Champion: Duane Latimer (CAN) aboard Hang Ten Surprize 13 Fittingly so, Team USA are the 2006 World Reining Champions (from left to right): Matt Mills, Aaron Ralston, Tim McQuay and Dell Hendricks 14 The German Eventing team, the new World Champions (from left to right): Frank Ostholt, Ingrid Klimke, Bettina Hoy and Hinrich Romeike

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15 A very pleased World Champion, vaulter Kai Vorberg from Germany 16 The first non-German female vaulter to win World Championship gold: Megan Benjamin from the United States on Leonardo 17 And the 2006 World Vaulting Champions are none other than the very adept German team…

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FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES Celebrations

FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES FEI President 1 The LandgestĂźte (State Studs) Quadrille composed of four groups of 16 riders each at the opening ceremony of the fifth FEI World Equestrian Games. 2 State of the art facilities at the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games 3 The future of horsesport thoroughly enjoying the festivities 4 A touching moment, as the Princess Royal, an athlete and former FEI President, looks on at the very Games where her daughter, Zara Phillips is crowned 2006 World Eventing Champion 5 Karli, the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games mascot, ever present and always a hit with the children 6 A German fan showing her true colours 7 Laughing in the rain, Donna Smith from New Zealand 8 Some Dutch fans, embodying the orange theme

1 A heart-warming moment at the therapeutic riding centre 2 On a visit to the Children’s Cancer Ward at the Aachen University Hospital. 3 With the premier political figure of the host country, Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany 4 IOC President Jacques Rogge gets a glimpse of horseport at its best

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5 At the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010 press conference (from left to right): Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher, Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech, and Jack Kelly, CEO of the World Games 2010 Foundation 6 Little could dampen the spirits, even as the skies opened up, the FEI President remained true to her sporting ethos and performed in all weather conditions 7 An awe inspiring moment as the FEI President captures all the emotion and declares the fifth FEI World Equestrian Games Aachen 2006 officially closed

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FEI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 The Individual winners of the FEI European Pony Eventing Championship held concurrently with the European Pony Dressage and Jumping Championships in Saumur (FRA) from 25 – 30 July (from left to right): Libby Soley (GBR) in second place, Franca Lüdeke (GER) the winner, and Kelly Vercauteren from Belgium in third place 5 Valentina Truppa (ITA), winner of the FEI European Dressage Championship for Young Riders and Juniors held in Stadl Paura (AUT) from 19 – 23 July 6 The Canadian Dressage team, winners at the North American Young Riders Championship held in Lexington (USA) from 1 – 6 August 7 FEI Endurance Director, Ian Williams, congratulates Carmen Romer (NED), winner of the FEI European Endurance Championship for Young Riders and Juniors held in Zabreh na Morave (CZE) from 15 – 17 September 8 A humble winner, Daniel Michan (MEX) from the Jumping 7 Years

1 The team podium at the FEI World Driving Singles Championship held at Pratoni del Vivaro (ITA) from 21 – 24 September. Gold went to Britain, silver to Sweden while Germany took home the bronze 2 Shawn Flarida (CAN) aboard Tinsel Nic, the winner of the World Reining Masters Final held in Denver (USA) from 20 – 22 October 3 The FEI World Driving Singles Para-Equestrian Championship took place in 2006, in Hellendoorn (NED) from 6 – 10 September

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FEI CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 1 The German team, winners of the FEI European Eventing Championship for Juniors held in Necarne Castle (IRL) from 14 – 17 September 2 The Podium at the FEI European Jumping Championship for Veterans held in Karlsruhe-Durlach (GER) from 15 – 18 June: Gold went to France, silver was awarded to Germany while Great Britain claimed bronze 3 Team Germany claim gold at the FEI European Vaulting Championship for Juniors held in Münchem-Riem (GER) from 20 – 23 July; Austria came second while Italy took home the bronze

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category, gold medallist at the Americas Young Horses Championship held in Monterrey (MEX) from 23 – 29 October 9 The Young Riders British team, winners at the FEI European Eventing Championship for Yong Riders and Juniors, held in Pardubice (CZE) from 4 – 6 August 10 Trophies and flowers to the Junior German team, winners of the FEI European Jumping Championship for Young Riders and Juniors held in Markopoulo (GRE) from 6 – 9 July 11 Looking intently ahead, the individual podium from the FEI European Jumping Championship for Children held in Istanbul (TUR) from 2 – 8 August (from left to right): silver goes to Martin Fuchs (SUI), Margaux Rocuet (FRA) claims gold and Constant van Paesschen (BEL) takes home the bronze

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FEI WORLD BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR YOUNG HORSES

FEI REGIONAL GAMES 1 Honduras are awarded silver in the Dressage competition at the 2005 Central American Games, held in Antigua (GUA) (due to bad weather conditions) from 27 – 7 March 2006 2 The Individual podium at the Dressage competition held during the Asian Games in Doha (QAT) from 1 – 15 December (from left to right): silver went to Yukiko Noge (JPN), gold was awarded to Jun Sang Choi (KOR) and bronze went to Mohd Qabil Mahamad Fathil (MAS) 3 A colourful and festive display, the Colombian delegation at the opening ceremony of the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games held in Bogota (COL) from 17 – 24 July

1 Aurélien Kahn (FRA) aboard Lord De Lignière, winner of 7 years category at the World Breeding Championships for Young Eventing Horses held in Le Lion d’Angers (FRA) from 19 – 22 October 2 Svante Johnasson (SWE) winner of the 7 years category at the World Breeding Championships for Young Jumping Horses held in Lanaken (BEL) from 21 – 24 September 3 Jean-Philippe Francès and Stéphanie Arnal both from France placed 1st and 2nd respectively at the World Breeding Championships for Young Endurance Horses held in Compiègne (FRA) from 26 – 28 August 4 Patrick Van Der Meer (NED), winner of the 5 years category at the World Breeding Championship for Young Dressage Horses held in Verden (GER) from 3 – 6 August

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FEI REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 1 Karolina Vogdanou (GRE) aboard Marlon are the winners of the Young Riders category at the Balkan Jumping Championships for Seniors, Young Riders, Juniors and Children held in Porto Carras (GRE) from 1 – 3 September 2 Filippos Hager (GRE) riding Anloka wins the junior competition at the same event 3 The Balkan Dressage Championships for Seniors, Juniors and Children were held in Bucharest (ROM) from 24 – 27 August 4 Also held in 2006, the Balkan Eventing Championships held in Shumen (BUL) from 6 – 9 July

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TOP TEN FINAL 1 The participants in the 6th Top Ten Final presented by Rolex held in Geneva (SUI) on 9 December which saw Meredith-Micheals Beerbaum (GER – seated, 3rd from the left) and Shutterfly crowned the 2006 winners

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FEI CHILDREN’S INTERNATIONAL JUMPING FINAL 1 The team podium at the 2006 FEI Children’s Jumping Final. It is interesting to note that the teams are not based on nationality but are composed of riders participating at the individual competition, while the team competition results are based on the results of the First & Second Qualifiers. Here, the three winning teams with Elizabeth Bordeaux (left) from Equine Canada & Dr. Yolanda Matallana Trivino, FEI Children’s Committee Chairwoman, on the right

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FEI WORLD CUP™ FINALS 5 The Swiss team, winners in Rotterdam (NED), at the press conference following the event 6 The British team on their lap of honour following a victory on home soil in Hickstead 7 The winning German team amidst a sea of bag pipes on their victory lap in Dublin (IRL) of course

1 Marcus Ehning (GER) and Sandro Boy, winners of the 2006 FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final, held in Kuala Lumpur (MAS) from 25 – 30 April 2 A historic eighth victory for Anky Van Grunsven (NED), and third in a row with Keltec Salinero at the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in Amsterdam (NED) from 20 – 23 April 3 Nicolas Touzaint (FRA) and Galan De Sauvagère take the FEI Eventing World Cup™ to France for the first time, here at the 2006 Final held in Malmö (SWE) from 20 – 24 September 4 Ijsbrand Chardon (NED), sole winner of the 2006 FEI World Cup™ Driving Final held in Gothenburg (SWE) from 13 – 16 April, officially dethrones the four-time winner Michael Freund (GER)

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SAMSUNG SUPERLEAGUE WITH FEI AND FEI NATIONS CUP 8 The crowds eagerly watch on as the final of the Samsung Super League with FEI takes place in Barcelona (ESP) 9 The German team are crowned the overall winners of the Samsung Super League with FEI following victories at La Baule, Aachen, Lucerne, Dublin and here at the final in Barcelona 10 The Belgians are the winners of the FEI Nations Cup, and thus advance to the Samsung Super League with FEI for the 2007 season

1 The FEI President congratulates the French team at the first event of the year held in La Baule (FRA) from 4 – 7 May 2 Ludger Beerbaum, part of the winning German team in Aachen (GER) 3 Good news travels fast, the French claim gold in Rome (ITA) 4 Christian Ahlmann riding Cöster, member of the winning German formation in Lucerne (SUI)

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SECRETARY GENERAL’S REPORT

The fifth FEI World Equestrian Games held in Aachen will stay in the memory of all equestrian fans for a long time to come. With 576,000 spectators attending the competitions and media coverage of an unprecedented scale, the Games were clearly a remarkable public and sporting success demonstrating Aachen’s smaller indoor arena – Stadium 3 – provided the the potential of equestrian sport to an enormous audience. surprise success stories of the Games and witnessed many emotional and loud moments. Reining and Vaulting are The Games began for the first time with Endurance and it arguably the most disparate of disciplines but in terms of really was endurance for all concerned! The weather felt more passion and excitement they exceeded all expectations. The like November than August which put a strain on everyone original concept of the FEI World Equestrian Games was to and information was in short supply. But as always the sport give fans of one discipline a chance to see another. Aachen rose above the conditions and the sight of the drenched provided that opportunity and both Vaulting and Reining leaders coming into the stadium cheered by the enthusiastic showed that they stand proud with the longer and more established sports. crowd was an emotional occasion.

predominant efforts in redesigning the site was to ensure a more user friendly interface, which was of particular importance given the amount of information available on the website. The improved www.horsesport.org takes us a step closer to the underlying vision of effective and comprehensive communication and increased simplicity in order to better serve all our members as well as the fans of horsesport world wide. This is a first phase and we will be unveiling an even better Driving saw another great competition but the version in the coming year. unsportsmanlike behaviour of some sections of the crowd was very disappointing to witness; hopefully this was an 2006 was a momentous year for me personally as I was isolated incident and will not continue. Félix Brasseur’s gold appointed FEI Secretary General. My main goal will be medal was just the start of a great weekend for the Belgians to further strengthen and professionalise the FEI and its and Félix looks to be the dominant driver in years to come. working methods. We must make sure that we deliver to our members as well as to all the stakeholders of the sport. A well Jumping always dominates the coverage of the FEI World structured and efficient FEI should no longer be perceived as Equestrian Games and this time was no exception. However, a burdensome administration but as a reliable partner adding the real star of the show was the ground in the main arena value to horsesport. where, after more rain than anyone could have imagined, the surface remained almost perfect. The competition itself has Before I conclude, I would like to take the opportunity to been reported many times but the big question is whether the express my sincere thanks to the hardworking FEI staff in final-four concept is still valid. The crowd was enthralled and Lausanne for their efforts and dedication. But most of all, I the TV reaction was hugely positive; however, the FEI will review would like to pay tribute to the defining force that brings us together and drives us forward - the horses, they are the true the format and consider all the options for future Games. heroes that keep us involved. Several very significant sponsorship agreements were signed this year, the most important being with the Swiss watchmaker Rolex for the title sponsorship of the FEI World Cup™ Jumping, Western European League, and with the global animal health company Alltech for the title sponsorship of the FEI World Equestrian Games 2010. We have started and will further focus Michael Stone on the centralisation of rights in order to achieve a truly winwin situation: positive for the riders, organisers and the FEI and as such, commercially viable for current and future sponsors. The goal obviously is not to have money for the FEI in a Swiss bank. This new income will be reinvested in the sport in the form of additional prize money and especially in the various development programmes the FEI is running worldwide.

The Dressage Team event followed predictable lines and it Eventing held its breath: the first four-star Championship was in the Individual competitions that the real excitement without steeple chase, a new venue, torrential rain and

Another positive development was the launch of a revamped version of the FEI website www.horsesport.org. One of the

inexperienced organisation. But what a success! The cross country course was a master stroke, difficult and challenging but safe. Crowds of tens of thousands just kept pouring in to see the home team dominate. Zara Phillips, who was later elected the BBC Sports Personality of the Year, proved that she has what it takes to be a World Champion by holding her nerve to clinch the Individual gold.

REPORT BY THE FEI SECRETARY GENERAL 2006 was a momentous year for the FEI. On 1 May 2006, HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein was elected the 13th FEI President. This election, which was won on the basis of a detailed Manifesto, has invigorated the FEI and is a patent step forward in the modernisation of equestrian sport and the organisation.

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was to be found. Much had been discussed before the Games about the two individual medals in that discipline – one for the Grand Prix and one for the Freestyle – and admittedly not everyone was pleased with the two-medal formula. The fact that two World Champions were crowned may be seen as problematic by some but Anky Van Grunsven and Isabell Werth are both heroes. Dressage had two great days, the spectators got to witness two medal competitions as did the TV audience. We must not be frightened to innovate and question what we have and what was done in the past; the reaction of the fans was very vivid and cannot be ignored.

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FEI COMMITTEES

EXECUTIVE BOARD

FINANCE COMMITTEE

The FEI Executive Board presided by HRH The Infanta Doña The FEI Finance Committee met on 8 March and 14 September Pilar de Borbón met twice in 2006 prior to election of HRH at the FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI). Princess Haya Al Bint Hussein at the 2006 FEI General Main items / activities included: Assembly in Kuala Lumpur. - review and approval of the 2005 accounts audited by PricewaterhouseCoopers for presentation to the FEI Bureau The former Executive Board first met in 2006 on 6-7 March and General Assembly at FEI Headquarters. The Board mainly discussed the restructuring/modernisation report which had been put - review of the 2006 financial outlook and revision of 2005 operating budget, capital expenditure budget, balance together by the Strategic Planning Committee Working sheet and cash flow. Group. The report included the Working Group’s conclusions concerning clarifications of roles and responsibilities of the various FEI constituencies.

JUMPING COMMITTEE

The second meeting with the former President took place in Kuala Lumpur on 27 April. During this meeting the Board was up-dated on the latest modernisation developments and the organisation of the 2008 Olympic Games equestrian competitions in Hong Kong. The Board also reviewed and congratulated the President on the achievements accomplished during her 12-year tenure. Following the election of HRH Princess Haya Al Bint Hussein, the newly constituted Executive Board met for the first time in Lausanne on 13 June. The Board discussed among other items the attendance of Bureau Members at Championships, Modifications of Rules, Branding, FEI representatives on advisory boards and finally book projects on the History of FEI Championships and the Olympic Games. On 27-28 September, a day and a half prior to the President’s 150th day in office, the Executive Board reviewed the strategies developed by the Members of the Board and the FEI Staff for turning the President’s Manifesto into policy. The Board also discussed the FEI Statutes and General Regulations, FEI Development Fund, FEI’s investment policy, pony measurements and TV strategy.

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The first of the two annual meetings of the FEI Jumping Committee was held on 22 May in Aachen (GER) following the CHIO. The second took place on 29 September at the FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI). Main items / activities included: - review of bids for the 2009 FEI European Jumping Championships - consideration and approval of various changes to the Rules for Jumping Events - approval of rule changes for the FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2006/2007 season - approval of the allocation procedure for the FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final - approval of alterations to the FEI World Cup™ Central European League for the 2007/2008 season - appointment of a Working Group for the study of various aspects of the sport - approval of criteria for the Global Champions Tour - discussion in view of establishing rules for the approval of future Series - selection and approval of criteria for the promotion of Juges and Course Designers to official status

- revision of starting order in the team competition at the 2007 European Jumping Championships - appointment of a representative from the Development Department to attend Committee meetings - appointment of a person to liaise with the Veterinary Committee - appointment of a sub-committee to examine educational material for Course Designers - acceptance of the Aachen School of Course Design’s (ASCD) yearly intensive courses as valid for the promotion of Course Designers to International and International Candidate status - appointment by the FEI Executive Board of an FEI representative to the ASCD’s advisory board - acknowledgement of the 2007 calendar of courses for Jumping Officials - discussion of a long-term approach to course development - replacement of an outgoing Committee Member - replacement of the Chairman of the FEI Super League Committee.

Samsung Super League with FEI Committee The Samsung Super League with FEI Committee held its annual meeting in Barcelona (ESP) on 16 September.

Main items / activities included: - acknowledgement of the report on the 2006 season given by the Chairman and consideration of the evaluation report for the 2005 season - decision to encourage improvements to facilities organising the Samsung Super League with FEI events - approval of 2007 calendar - report on TV and media coverage - agreement on establishing a limitation on entry fees for CSIO events - approval of a change to the Samsung Super League with FEI Rules pertaining to the distribution of points - discussion of the issue of personal invitations extended by organising committees of CSIO events and unanimous agreement that this practice was against the rules and therefore must cease - discussion for the replacement of the Committee’s Chairman FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final and recommendation to the FEI Jumping Committee In a rare show of emotion, Germany’s Marcus Ehning threw - agreement to consider FEI financial support for certain his arms around Sandro Boy’s neck and punched the air in CSIO events in 2007. delight after claiming the FEI World Cup™ Jumping trophy for the second time in his career at the Putra Stadium in Kuala Samsung Super League with FEI 2006 Series Lumpur, Malaysia on 30 April. Joint-leader after the first two The Samsung Super League with FEI got off to a great final competitions, he held his ground to win the day with start in La Baule (FRA) and culminated in a thrilling Final the stallion Sandro Boy whose spectacular jumping kept the at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona (ESP). Germany sespectators enthralled throughout the week of competition. cured the series title with a win in the final round in BarIreland’s Jessica Kuerten fought him every inch of the way and celona, with a total of 65.125 points. The German team’s finished just one point behind on Castle Forbes Libertina. Beat strength this season, with victories at La Baule, Aachen, Mandli (SUI) on Ideo du Thot had to settle for third. Lucerne, Dublin and Barcelona, was such that on five occasions their fourth rider did not even have to start in the The closing stages of the 2005/2006 FEI World Cup™ Jumping second round. The USA, second with 46 points, saw their series turned into a battle between arguably the very best hopes of scoring a back-to-back double of title wins spoibig-jumping horses in the world. led when they finished third at the Final. The Netherlands,

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brilliant second at the Final, finished overall in third place with 35.125 points. Ireland was forced to accept relegation despite a determined effort from the team throughout the year. The final results of the 2006 leaderboard are: 1, GER; 2, USA; 3, NED; 4, FRA; 5, SUI; 6, GBR; 7, SWE; 8, IRL (relegated). FEI Nations Cup 2006 Series The FEI Nations Cup 2006 Series began in Wellington, Florida (USA) and included 19 events. Belgium’s promotion to the Samsung Super League with FEI in 2007 was confirmed after the conclusion of the FEI Nations Cup series in Buenos Aires (ARG). Having accumulated points from 13 of the 19 FEI Nations Cup legs, Belgium finished with a total of 79.5 points while Denmark slotted into second place with 73 ahead of Italy in third with 71.5 points. Thirty nations obtained points in the series.

DRESSAGE COMMITTEE The FEI Dressage Committee met twice in 2006, first in Aachen (GER) from 21 to 23 May, and then again in Torino (ITA) from 25 to 26 September. Main items / activities included: - replacement of Dressage Committee Members - introduction of two new levels of Dressage events, the CDI4* and the CDI5* - discussion about Hyperflexion and steps to be taken - changes to the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final Formula for 2008 pertaining to the number of finalist riders and the number of judges - decision to abandon the B-final from the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Formula as of 2008 - decision to withdraw the version B from the name of the Grand Prix test 2003 for the Dressage Tests 2007 - discussion and agreement in principle on the rules for a new North American League to replace the USA and Canadian Leagues - decision to introduce a new application procedure for Western European League and Central European League qualifying events - proposal of the calendar for the Western European League - proposal of minor changes and clarifications to the rules - adoption of a codex for judges - decision to introduce a Foreign Rider report in addition to the Foreign Judge report - decision to introduce on a trial basis and as of 2007, a Young Rider Grand Prix category for riders aged 20-25. FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final The 2006 FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final was held in Amsterdam (NED) on 23 April. On her home turf, Anky van Grunsven (NED) lined up her eighth FEI World Cup™ title. This is her ninth victory overall. Performing to the ‘Esprit Chansons’ programme, the undisputed doyenne of freestyle and her 12-year-old Hanoverian gelding Keltec Salinero carried out a beautiful test that nearly matched their recordbreaking score at the final qualifier at Indoor Brabant.

In second place, Germany’s Isabell Werth and Warum Nicht FRH just got the edge over Sweden’s Jan Brink and Bjorsell’s Briar. Werth achieved an 81% score and Jan Brink gained his highest yet FEI World Cup™ Final placing (with a score of 79,32%). The top three riders gave the spectators top sport, and so did the organisation. Thanks to them, the FEI World Cup™ Final 2006 was simply magical.

FEI World Cup™ Eventing Final This series is considered very successful and the FEI World Cup™ status has enabled many qualifiers to obtain government sponsorship. As it turned out, the French had specifically targeted the FEI Eventing World Cup™ 2006 Final, in Malmö (SWE) with some of their best riders and horses. Nicolas Touzaint (FRA) made a spectacular comeback with his wonderful grey horse, Galan de Sauvagère (scoring 42.2), to take the FEI FEI World Cup™ Dressage for Young Riders Final Eventing World Cup™ to France for the first time. Second was Held in Frankfurt (GER) from 14 to 17 December, the second Jean-Lou Bigot (FRA), riding Derby de Longueval (48.5) while Final of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage for Young Riders took Andreas Dibowski (GER) interrupted French domination with place thanks to the generous support of Schenker Logistics third place on FRH Little Lemon (53.6). Deutschland AG. The winner of the Grand Prix, Valentina Truppa (ITA) aboard Chablis, won the first test, became the runner up behind her DRIVING COMMITTEE European Championships-rival Lorraine van den Brink (NED) in The FEI Driving Committee held its annual meeting in Prix St Georges and became the winner again of the Freestyle Düsseldorf (GER) on 4 September. scoring 77,50%. She really rode for the win and her Freestyle was marked by an interesting choreography, a good relaxation Main items / activities included: and suppleness. Andrea Timpe (GER) and Welltender took - approval of 2007 Course Directors second place scoring 71,353%, and Annemette Mortensen - replacement of outgoing Committee Members (DEN) riding Mitchell Imhoff finished in third position with a - appointment of a new Deputy Chairman as of April 2007 - appointment of Mr Franz-Josef Vetter (GER) and Mr Klaus score of 71,20%. Peppersack (GER) to the Official’s “O” Status - discussion and approval of various rule amendments EVENTING COMMITTEE and changes. The FEI Eventing Committee held two meetings in 2006, first in Hartpury (GBR), on 17-20 February on the occasion of the FEI World Cup™ Driving Eventing Officials and Riders Level 3 Seminar and a British The qualifying season held outdoors had seen some exciting Open Eventing Forum in Addington. Then a second meeting competitions. A total of 80 Four-in-Hand drivers had taken took place in Paris (FRA), 26-27 September, after the FEI part in 13 competitions in 7 countries in Europe and in the Eventing World Cup™ Final in Malmö (SWE). USA. Ten drivers would compete throughout the winter at 7 events and a final held in Göteborg (SWE), 13-16 April. And Main items / activities included: what a Final. With some fantastic driving, Dutchman Ijsbrand - ongoing efforts to define the Ten Year Eventing Strategic Plan Chardon managed to keep the tension in the competition unand confirmation of the importance of the development til the last obstacle and became Champion, for the third time, programme for this discipline of the FEI World Cup™ Driving Series. Michael Freund, with - consideration of a change in name of the sport, for “Eventing” whom Chardon had to share the title last year, came second does not express the true values of this discipline and Switzerland’s Werner Ulrich ended in the third place. - presentation and discussion of conclusions of the Eventing Safety Programme Annual Report and 2003, 2004 and FEI Top Driver Awards 2005 statistics – available on the FEI website Four-in-Hand Driving, supported by Finn Caspersen - updating of Olympic Regulations and Qualification Criteria The final event for the Top Driver Award for Four-in-Hand took for Eventing for the 2008 Olympic Games considering the place in Donaueschingen (GER), 14-17 September. Ijsbrand special conditions in Hong Kong Chardon (NED) won the 2006 Trophy with 75 points, Werner - approval of the FEI Eventing World Cup™ calendar for 2007 Ulrich (SUI) again came second with 74 points and Félix-Marie with a date for the Final set in spring 2008 Brasseur (BEL) third with 72 points. - review of requirements for 4-level competition - revision and clarification of Art 506 Qualification deadlines Pairs Driving, supported by Van der Wiel Harness for CCI/CIC of the FEI Rules for Eventing This year, competitors from three different countries took the - proposal of rule changes for the 23rd edition of the FEI top three places in the final event of the Top Driver Award for Rules for Eventing Pairs held in Warka (POL), 18-20 August. François Dutilloy (FRA), - review of the scoring system and discussion of possible winner of the Top Driver Award for Pairs with 67 points and who changes was in third position in 2005, Sebastian Bogacz (POL) second - update of an Eventing Syllabus concept and list of Course with 63 points and Szolt Selyben (HUN) third with 52 points. Directors - preparation of Guidelines on the Training and Introduction Singles Driving, supported by Kühnle Kutschenmanufaktur of Eventing Officials to the sport GmbH & Co. KG - approval of list of Courses and Seminars 2007. The final event of the Top Driver Award for Singles held

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in Warka (POL), 18-20 August, witnessed the victory of André Main items / activities included: Herman (BEL) with 62 points, followed by Anne-Violaine - discussion of ways to ensure continued growth updating of Brisou (FRA) and Dieter Lauterbach (GER), tied with 54 points the FEI Reining Strategic Plan to include : - a full integration of Reining into the FEI system each. - development of a comprehensive plan to provide horses and course directors in developing countries - establish a clearly defined plan for Regional, Continental ENDURANCE COMMITTEE The FEI Endurance Committee met for its annual meeting on and World Championships - promote the training of additional Reining Officials 23 August in Düsseldorf (GER). - encourage a search for sponsors/funding for championMain items / activities included: ships and development - 2008 World Endurance Championships and 2006 Trial - develop a worldwide marketing and television platform Event: for Reining - appointment of Officials for the 2006 trial event held in - approval of rule changes/clarifications for 2007 including Terengganu, East Malaysia Rules for Young Riders, Juniors, Children and tiebreakers for - request addressed to those Officials attending to produce Championships - review and approval of changes to the FEI Reining Masters detailed reports - confirmation from the trial event OC to provide detailed Rules 2007 - approval of breed-specific International Reining Comweather reports - agreement on minimum requirements necessary to petitions (CRIs) - discussion of a “Leading Reiner of the Year Award” based consider the Trial Event as a success - suggestion and discussion of possibly organising a FEI on the best three riders on the Reining Riders Ranking list Veterinary overview involving examination and sample 2006 taking of competing horses (held in February 2007 in - scheduling of World Championships for 2008. Dubai (UAE)) - approval of changes to FEI Rules for Endurance Events FEI World Reining Masters Finals 2006 - appointment of Mr Derek Liebenberg (RSA) as the approved The crowd at the Masters Finals cheered for all the internationEndurance Course Director for Southern Africa al riders from 18 different countries, but the Americans were - agreement pertaining to FEI funding for 2007 courses in especially encouraged at the FEI World Reining Masters Finals, Eastern Europe on 21 October in Denver, Colorado (USA). They proved them- replacement of an outgoing Committee Member selves worthy of the wild cheers by taking home both the gold - rescheduling of the 2006 World Endurance Forum, (This and silver medals. Forum will now be held in Paris (FRA), 31 March – 1 April 2007 as part of the process of full review of the Endurance Gold medallist Shawn Flarida (USA), scored 223.5 in the discipline). Masters Open Division riding Tinsel Nic. Fellow American, Tom McCutcheon, riding Smartest Chic Olena, took the silver medal with a score of 223 and the bronze medal went to VAULTING COMMITTEE Shawna Sapergia (CAN) riding BL Whiz Kid and scoring 221.5. The annual FEI Vaulting Committee Meeting was held at the FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI) on 16 and 17 June.

PARA-EQUESTRIAN COMMITTEE

Main items / activities included: - approval of a new FEI International Vaulting Competition starting in 2008 - appointment of Officials for the 2007 FEI European Vaulting Championships - discussion on continued education for Vaulting Judges on the Horse Score - approval of proposed additions to the FEI Rules for Vaulting Events (6th edition) - discussion of a Vaulting Challenge concept and decision to explore this proposal further.

The FEI Para-Equestrian Committee held its first meeting within the FEI structure in Brussels (BEL) on 26 September.

Main items / activities included: - review of the FEI Rules for Para-Equestrian Dressage events - completion and approval of Classification Rules for PE Dressage - approval of a Classification Manual completed by Dr Christine Meaden (GBR), Classification Consultant, in conjunction with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) - attending the first “Combined” FEI Dressage and ParaREINING COMMITTEE Equestrian Dressage competition in which the “Hand-inThe FEI Reining Committee held two meetings in 2006; the Hand Trophy”, arranged by the FEI President, was awarded first in Tioga, Texas (USA) on 30-31 May and the second on to a team of CDI and Para-Equestrian riders 21 October in Denver, Colorado (USA) in conjunction with the - discussion of adding a “Pas de Deux” style to the 2007 FEI World Reining Masters Finals. edition of the “Hand-in-Hand” Trophy event.

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PONY RIDERS COMMITTEE The FEI Pony Riders Committee held its annual meeting in Saumur (FRA) on 31 July, following the FEI European Championship for Pony Riders. Main items / activities included: - decision to draw up a set of guidelines for Organising Committees of European Championships for Pony Riders - review and clarification of several rules and the decision to undertake a complete review of the FEI Rules for Pony Riders and Children for publication in 2008 - appointment of Officials for the 2007 European Championship for Pony Riders - approval of new proposal pertaining to pony measurements to enter into effect 1 January 2007.

CHILDREN’S COMMITTEE

Host to the event for the second time, the Southern family went to great lengths to ensure the week’s competition was a tremendous success and the standard of horsemanship displayed by the 32 qualified riders representing AUS, BEL, BRA, CAN, CHI, COL, GER, NZL, RUS, RSA, UAE, USA provided moments of great excitement. Sixteen riders, from nine different nations, made it through to the Final with home riders securing the three places on the podium. In first place Taylor Bland (CAN) with Tango, in second place Ben Asselin (CAN) with Serrano and in third place Jake Krembil (CAN) with Caretino.

VETERINARY COMMITTEE

The FEI Veterinary Committee held its annual meeting, The FEI Children’s Committee held its annual meeting in Spruce in collaboration with the Medication Advisory Group, in Meadows, Calgary, Alberta (CAN) on 27 October, during the Lausanne (SUI) from 28 to 31 January. Final of the FEI Children’s International Jumping Competition. Main items / activities included: - promotion of closer ties to the FEI Technical Committees Main items / activities included: - ongoing discussion pertaining to the use of borrowed or - replacement of an out-going Committee Member - reworking of the present rules for the FEI Children’s shared horses - discussion on a rating system for event Endurance International Jumping Competition and Final - appointment of Officials for the 2007 FEI Children’s Interveterinarians - examination of the issue of EIPH (nosebleeding) in national Jumping Competition Final. FEI Children’s International Jumping Competition Final Endurance horses The 2006 Final of the FEI Children’s International Jumping - simplification of the rules for Equine Influenza vaccinations Competition took place at Spruce Meadows, Calgary, Alberta - decision for research-related Endurance trial ride to take (CAN) from 23 to 28 October. place in Dubai (UAE)


- request for budgetary support for additional research on climatic conditions in view of the 2008 Olympic Games - presentation of an overview of testing issues in 2006 - the Medicine Box and additional Detection Times for specified substances - recognition of the work carried out by the Welfare subCommittee on issues such as: - hyperflexion and related rules and actions - the effects of competition intensity - cloning - transport issues - hypersensitisation – ongoing monitoring and research.

- review of adopted internal benchmarks with a view to improving case processing. The FEI Medical Committee, sub-committee of the FEI Judicial Committee, met also in Aachen (GER) on 21 August.

Main items / activities included: - consideration of FEI sanctioning policy for human athletes, and FEI comments to WADA on the revision of the World Anti-Doping Code - processes for approval of standard and abbreviated Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), and related information and education efforts - in-competition testing at major events - creation of a network of physicians interested in equestrian JUDICIAL COMMITTEE The FEI Judicial Committee, composed of qualified attorneys sports and in volunteering, to promote education of and from various jurisdictions all with equestrian experience, support to athletes where it matters. held monthly meetings by teleconference and met twice in plenary, on 22 January in Frankfurt (GER) and on 26 October in Lausanne (SUI).

Main items / activities included: - medication cases for horses: 60 cases were processed and finalized, 29 of which were decided according to the fast-track procedure (administrative sanctioning) which is working effectively. Nine hearings were held, of which two were held on short notice at/or immediately prior to events and led to decisions within 48 hours. - 18 cases were open as of 31 December 2006, of which 12 were pending before the Judicial Committee. This compares to 27 cases open (22 pending before the Judicial Committee) at the same time last year. - five cases were appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) - review of the use of only one Judicial Committee Member for certain hearings and decisions, allowing to deal quickly with urgent welfare issues or temporary relief requests - confirmation of the Judicial Committee jurisdiction for decisions by Ground Jury / Appeal Committee pertaining to abuse - review of the possibility to grant stays of suspension under the new Equine Anti-Doping and Medication Control Rules (Art. 10.8) - clarification of strict liability in doping cases - recommendation of rule changes pertaining to the suspension of minors or horses - discussion of disciplinary actions against Veterinarians and Judges acting as Officials - discussions pertaining to “fitness to compete”, hypersensitisation issues and performance enhancement - review of laboratory standards - review of ways to decrease the turn-around time at major events - review of the needs for cost-effective and efficient decision making - beginning the process of producing Internal Regulations of the future Tribunal - follow-up on FEI submissions to WADA for a World AntiDoping Code revision

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REGIONAL GROUPS

THE NATIONAL FEDERATIONS AFFILIATED TO THE FEI ARE DIVIDED INTO NINE REGIONAL GROUPS IN ORDER TO PROMOTE AND COORDINATE THE DEVELOPMENT AND ACTIVITIES OF EQUESTRIAN SPORT WITHIN THE GROUP AREA AS WELL AS FACILITATE COMMUNICATION.

- discussed residency versus nationality to determine participation - expressed their concern pertaining to riders’ insurance policy, riders and horses registration, horse passports and microchips - reported on visit to the Albanian National Federation - debated championships for young horses - expressed concern pertaining to possible changes in the FEI Rules for Endurance - took note of the invitation to attend a World Endurance Forum in 2007 - discussed the success of Drug’s Off initative.

ALL THE REGIONAL GROUPS RECEIVED GROUP II THE NEW DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THE MODERNISATION OF THE FEI. THOSE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED NEW STATUTES, GENERAL REGULATIONS AND INTERNAL REGULATIONS.

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- discussed the modernisation process and its progress - expressed concern pertaining to riders’ insurance policy, change of nationality, riders and horses registration, horse passports and micro-chipping of horses - recommended that the FEI accept the rule additions proposed by the Pony Riders’ Committee - agreed to establish a working group including WBFSH representatives to discuss cloning and gene manipulation - discussed the Nomination Committee, Athletes Committee and the role of the Strategic Advisor - discussed invitation system and pay cards - debated championships for young horses - requested improvement of the FEI IT - discussed Pony measurements.

discussed FEI modernisation process discussed the role of the Group and Group Chairman discussed invitation system and pay cards GROUP III recommended that the FEI accept the rule additions - discussed the geopolitical issues of Asian and Caucasian proposed by the Pony Riders’ Committee countries - requested more information concerning the Athletes - debated the possible creation of a Caucuses World Cup Committee League - suggested the creation of an Open Forum for exchange of - discussed attracting coaches and judges in developing views on the FEI website Eventing in the Group

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- reviewed qualification requirements for the FEI World - extended a promise of support to the Palestine NF and Equestrian Games and Olympic Games. an invitation of participation to Palestinian riders and technicians - discussion of forming an Arab Equestrian Federation. GROUP IV - noted the progress of the FEI modernisation process and discussed conflict of interest issue GROUP VIII - showed great interest in the plans/Situation Analysis of the - discussed the preparation of the Doha Asian Games - noted the major equestrian events, regional equestrian FEI Development Department - expressed difficulties in reaching a level necessary to games and others which took place within Group VIII’s area - noted the various FEI Courses and Seminars organised compete in FEI competitions - discussed FEI Challenge competitions in the area within Group VIII. - reported on striving to build an arena of the correct size within their group GROUP IX - reported on efforts to increase the number and level of - recommended more emphasis on coaching clinics for competitors and competitions coaches and less time between the successful completion - promoted discussion for the launch of inter-island of Level 1 and the beginning of Level 2 - requested that the development plan include financial competitions. assistance to the disadvantaged countries - expressed concern for the need of a new sponsor for the FEI GROUP V - discussed the PAEC-PASO funds for Development World Jumping and Dressage Challenges - expressed the need for establishing sanitary protocols for - appreciated the coaching clinics given in Botswana and longer terms Swaziland - noted the need for more Group representation in Technical - informs that the African horse sickness is still restricting Committees the movement of horses - suggested the introduction of new categories for the FEI - informs that the ban on horses from Southern Africa to the World Jumping Challenge and discussed difficulties faced EU has been lifted and quarantine conditions adapted by children between 14 and 16 years of age in regards to - noted that Endurance and Vaulting are the fastest growing the FEI World Dressage Challenge competitions disciplines in this Group - reported on the success of the FEI Coaching System - reported on their participation in the FEI 2006 World - reviewed aspects which need to be reinforced in future Equestrian Games - requested exception to the Foreign Judge requirement Central American and Caribbean Games. for World Jumping Challenge events due to extra cost - requested arena size for the Jumping challenge to revert GROUP VI - held three meetings during the year and a joint meeting to 45 x 65 m. with Group V during the Odesur Regional Games held in Buenos Aires (ARG) - organised Level I and II Coach Courses - carried out efforts to develop FEI Courses with the help of ODEPA in ECU - reported on the success of the FEI World Jumping and Dressage Challenges - noted an increase in the number of International events with borrowed horses, especially in Children and Juniors categories.

GROUP VII - decided to elect a new Chairman for the remaining term of the former Chairman (2006-2007) - decided to form a task force to examine the Arab League Calendar for the Season 2006-2007 and the suggestions and changes relevant thereto - reviewed qualification requirements for the 2008 Olympic Games - examined the candidatures from Group VII for the organisation of the 2007 Olympic Qualifier - organised International Judging and Stewarding Courses/ Seminars and encouraged its members to increase participation in such courses - formed a panel to study the creation of an Arab League for Endurance

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creation of an FEI Challenge - type competition at a level below CCI* was discussed. In the short term, both Groups V and VI were focusing in qualifying either a team or individuals for the 2007 Pan American Games. One of their goals on a longer term basis was that the FEI intercede with the Organising Committee of the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games to include Eventing in the event’s programme. Both Guatemala and Mexico have established a long term development plan for the discipline.

Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Puerto Rico, Venezuela were in attendance; another five observers from Cuba, Dominican Repblic, Honduras, Trinidad, and Uruguay were invited to join the course. In addition to its original function which is to certify Level 2 coaches, the purpose of this course was to also identify potential regional tutors who would be able to initiate this system in their region under the supervision of the FEI. The course took place in outstanding facilities (classroom, internet access, jumping arenas, good In Eastern Europe, riders from Belarus and Russia participated quality horses and riders) which ensured the good delivery in the FEI World Equestrian Games. A Level 1 FEI Course for of the course. It was supported by Pan American Sports Coaches was held in Belarus and another within the framework Organisation (PASO) funding. of the CCI 3* in Moscow. FEI Tutor Jean-Philippe Camboulives extended the course by accompanying the new Level 1 coaches The objective of the FEI Development Department to hold 20 throughout the event where they could directly apply what they FEI Courses for Coaches was nearly reached as 17 Level 1 and had learned during the four previous days. Estonia has now joined one Level 2 courses were held in Eastern Europe, Africa and the programme. South/Central America.

SPORT DEVELOPMENT

An Eventing rider from Swaziland spent three months training at the Ecole Nationale d’Equitation in Saumur (FRA) with the financial assistance of the Justice for Athletes Foundation. This scholarship enabled him to make a serious step forward in his attempt to qualify for three-star level. 2006 was an exceptionally busy year with a continued FEI modernization process, election of a new President and the FEI World Equestrian Games in Aachen, among many other events. This heightened activity brought about additional work and, as a result, we failed to achieve some of our objectives. Another factor was the rhythm at which National Federations develop according to changing political and economical situation, culture, etc. In 2006, we saw huge progress in Central and South America – Groups IV (Caribbean), V (Central America, Northern part of South America), VI (Southern Part of South America) – as well as in Groups VII (Northern Africa & the Middle East) and IX (SubSaharan Africa). Many individual initiatives were successful in the other Groups: NFs in Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Armenia, Georgia with the Caucasus region. It is now a primary task for the FEI Development Department to help NFs improve their sports structure by the establishment and implementation of the FEI Development Programme according to regional needs and resources.

FEI DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY GROUP The FEI Development Advisory Group, composed of Gerry Mullins (IRL), Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA) and Peter Strijbosch (NED), met in March 2006 in the presence of the then-FEI First Vice-President, Freddy Serpieri. The following objectives were presented for 2006: 1) situation analysis and long-term development strategy; 2) consolidation of structure for Coach Education System; 3) courses for Coaches; 4) newsletter / TV magazine. Harald Muller, Senior Manager for Education at IAAF, made a presentation on why a development programme is neccessary; how to set up a development programme; development strategy; implementation and its problems; example of coaches education; budgeting and staff requirements for running such programmes.

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Stephan Wirth (GER) submitted new course plans for the FEI World Jumping Challenge and Andrew Griffiths (GBR), FEI Eventing Development Officer for Eastern Europe, reported on the advancement of his programme and his plans for 2006. The Development Working Group further discussed several items regarding the coaching system and the evaluation of Level II logbooks.

FEI Courses for Officials Courses for Endurance Officials were organised in Australia and New Zealand. Courses for Event Veterinarians in Brazil and Australia, Jumping Judges in Uruguay and Stewards in Bermuda were also partly supported by the FEI Development Fund.

FEI Courses for Coaches Training Courses for Riders (clinics) A Level 2 FEI Courses for Coaches was held in Ecuador, under Since the introduction of FEI Courses for Coaches, the the tutorship of Lt. Col. Gerry Mullins. Twelve candidates from requests for clinics have decreased. Only five clinics were

1 A young competitor in the Children’s Class at the FEI World Dressage Challenge held in Zambia 2 Derby-Cross in Guatemala 3 The prize giving ceremony for the Category B participants at the FEI World Jumping Challenge held in Venezuela 4 A lap of honour for Ferry Hadiyanto (INA), Category A winner of the FEI World Jumping Challenge held in Indonesia 5 Much enthusiasm and many fans for a clinic held in Malawi 6 FEI Tutor, Gerry Mullins (IRL), giving a Level 2 Course in Quito (ECU) 7 Setting up for a Level 1 Course in San Salvador (ESA)

EDUCATION A course for style competitions in Jumping was held in Ukraine while Level 1 courses for coaches took place in Calcutta, Bangalore, Delhi, Lima, Caracas and Istanbul. In total, 84 coaches, as well as a number of observers, took part. Clinics for Jumping riders were organized in Jamaica and Antigua.

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7

Advanced Training for Officials Thanks to the Advanced Training Programme for Officials, two Course Designers, two Coaches, six Judges (one Jumping and five Vaulting) and four Veterinarians took part either in shows to get experience or attended courses to upgrade their level. FEI Contribution to Shows In 2006, the FEI Development Fund supported the organisation of the FEI Africa Cup, the FEI Caucasus Cup and FEI World Cup™ Jumping and Dressage shows in Central Europe/Asia Leagues. Eventing Development Programme Both FEI Development Officers José Ortelli (ARG) in South/ Central America and Andrew Griffiths in Eastern Europe could count on the fund from the IOC/IFs Development Assistance Programme, which amounted to USD 50,000, to continue their work. Both programmes have shown results. In Central America, a huge interest was raised and events and development meetings in Guatemala and Mexico took place where the

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financed by the Development Fund: Mary Binks (KEN) went to Malawi, Denis Soyer (BEL) to Jamaica and Antigua. Susanne Macken (IRL) and Kathy Amos Jacob (FRA) took advantage of the courses for coaches to also conduct clinics in India and Botswana.

TECHNICAL VISITS

In Cat. A, 50 riders went clear and the winner was Paulo Zenteno from Chile ahead of Helen Campech from Mexico. In Cat. B the winner Alejandro Vila from Guatemala was the fastest out of the 39 riders that went clear in all four rounds of the competition. The New Zealand team finished first of the Team classification for Cat. A, and Guatemala won Cat. B.

While the Chairman of Group I, Dr Cesare Croce (ITA), made a visit to the Albanian NF in view of its affiliation to the FEI, Tutor Susanne Macken put to good use her attendance of the FEI World Jumping Challenge and clinics in India to visit Cambodia which has applied to become an FEI member.

FEI World Dressage Challenge Once again, the FEI World Dressage Challenge was a great success. Though the number of participants slightly decreased compared to last year’s competition, the Challenge is still considered one of the most important events in some of the countries involved.

OTHERS

Unfortunately, the NFs of Kazakhstan, Philippines, Slovenia and Chile had to withdraw from the competition. A week before the Challenge was scheduled in Chile, several clubs were hit by an outbreak of Equine Influenza and therefore unable to organize the event.

Vaulting Judges from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico attended the Vaulting Seminar in Bad Boll (GER) with the assistance of the FEI Development Fund. In Swaziland, Vaulting was part of the programme of the third FEI Africa Cup Jumping competition. The former IPEC (International Paralympic Equestrian Committee) development programme was taken over by the FEI Development Department which will continue to administrate the programme financed by the Christopher Reeves Foundation and which consists in conducting clinics for riders and coaches in selected countries.

It was a great pleasure for us to count the NF of Croatia as a new member of the FEI World Dressage Challenge family.

Our Judges were very enthusiastic to see the progress of some of the riders and noticed great improvement concerning the organization of the competition in some countries. The FEI World Dressage Challenge is indeed a team effort, since its success is entirely due to the hard work of our Judges, the NFs The data base for coaches has been created according to plan and the participants. However, further efforts to make the and the data of all coaches are monitored. competition more attractive for riders, sponsors and media are necessary. It has been frequently reported that children find it difficult to move from the Children’s class to Novice COMPETITIONS level. This will be taken into consideration and a review of the FEI World Jumping Challenge tests will be done in 2007. The new design of the FEI World Jumping Challenge Category B including trot phases with trotting poles and cross poles has Others been a source of discussion and disagreement in some places. The third FEI Jumping Africa Cup was organised in Swaziland However, it was well received, generally speaking, once the in April with participants from Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, philosophy behind it, which is to ask riders to improve safety, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Swaziland; it was partly control and the basic Jumping technique that is necessary to supported by the FEI Development Department. This year progress at higher levels, was well understood. Vaulting was added to the programme. 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2003 2004 2005 2006

Category A A=30 A=31 A=40 A=47 A=45 A=47 A=44 A=42

Category A 528 participants 489 participants 435 participants 390 participants

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Category B B=10 B=17 B=28 B=31 B=38 B=38 B=40 B=36

Category B 363 participants 321 participants 446 participants 287 participants

In Eastern Europe, the FEI contributed once again to the organization of the Jumping Caucasus Cup in Tbilisi, Georgia. The FEI contribution was to pay the travel expenses of the Course Designer (Stephan Wirth, GER), the Foreign Judge (Rakhshan Radpour, IRI) and various material (jumping poles, safety cups, etc.).

Chile The purpose of this visit was to help NFs to review their structure and put in place, among others, a Coach Education System, a license system for riders, education system for officials, and develop other disciplines like Vaulting and Pony riding for children. The FEI World Dressage Challenge which was due to take place during the visit had to be cancelled due to an outbreak of Equine Influenza. Instead, the two FEI Judges gave a training course in three different clubs. A visit of the renowned Army Equestrian School in Quilotta was organized as well as attendance at a Jumping qualifier for Young Riders, Juniors, Pre-Juniors and Children in order to qualify a team for the South American and Americas Championships in Argentina. Barbados The NF of Barbados organized the Meeting of Group IV on 1 December under the chairmanship of Kate Jackson. Simon Brooks-Ward, Chairman of the FEI Strategic Planning Committee, also attended. The following subjects were discussed: FEI modernization; development strategy; situation analysis in developing NFs; Caribbean Jumping and Dressage competitions; FEI World Jumping Challenge Category B; construction of a riding centre in Trinidad; veterinary issues and transportation of horses; relationship with NOCs and footing of arenas and up-grading of facilities. Guatemala & Mexico In Guatemala, a development meeting gathering representatives from Argentina, Mexico, El Salvador and Uruguay and the FEI Development Manager took place in the framework of CCI 1 and 2*. The meeting focused on preparations for the 2007 Pan American Games. Development Officer José Ortelli summarised his activities and the way forward. The FEI Development Manager presented the FEI Development Strategy adopted by the Bureau. The same scenario was repeated in Mexico with, in addition, a Course for Eventing Officials directed by Roger Haller (USA) and Janine Rohr (ARG). The development meeting was followed by a very interested Eventing community and the creation of an Eventing Challenge for lower-level competitions was supported with enthusiasm. José Ortelli and Jacqueline Braissant took advantage of their sojourn in Mexico to make a visit to PASO/ODEPA. They discussed with Mr Reynaldo Gonzalez Lopez, General Coordinator, the situation of Eventing in the various Olympic Regional Games and the financing of FEI Courses for Coaches in the framework of the PASO/ODEPA Coaching Programme.

VISITS

AFFILIATIONS

The Development Manager visited several countries in 2006:

The candidacy of Albania was accepted by the FEI Bureau. It will be ratified by the 2007 General Assembly.

Peru The PER NF organized the Meeting of Group VI. The trip to Peru was combined with a visit of various clubs and a discussion with the NF which was in the process of reviewing its structures.


FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Expenditure by Discipline in 2006 (all amounts in Swiss Francs)

FEI COURSES FOR COACHES (Source of Financing)

120’000

12

110’000

10

100’000

PASO / ODEPA Olympic Solidarity FEI

8

90’000

6

80’000

4

70’000 60’000

2

50’000

0

40’000

2004

2005

2006

Number of Courses

30’000 20’000 10’000 0

JUMPING

DRESSAGE

2000

2001

EVENTING

2002

DRIVING

2003

ENDURANCE

2004

VAULTING

2005

VETERINARY

2006

PARAEQUESTRIAN

GENERAL / COACHING

CSI-WS

CDI-WS

FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Expenditure by Group in 2006 80000

71’000.00

70000 60000 50000

FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Total Expenditure by Discipline 2000-2006

30000

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

20000

JUMPING

15’352.00

17’470.00

60’544.12

53’238.73

59’711.39

27’697.82

28’667.15

10000

DRESSAGE

15’249.00

18’969.00

34’412.27

27’235.86

30’224.50

8’674.90

17’293.85

0

EVENTING

31’887.00

36’732.00

44’297.38

49’836.46

66’276.72

120’473.17

DRIVING

1’500.00

1‘410.00

6’416.00

29’411.21

7’402.56

2’500.00

580.00

ENDURANCE

2’287.00

8’905.00

18’219.13

10’648.75

7’617.72

4’167.50

7’400.45

VAULTING

4’361.00

3’095.00

7’426.10

3’245.74

10’597.25

---

7’508.90

VETERINARY

10’000.00

0.00

26’905.00

11’700.00

---

3’711.80

19’145.02

52’663.96

40’720.58

---

---

---

---

---

---

8’120.00

6’220.00

33’054.00

57’166.25

21’807.06

62’495.12

90’280.71

94’609.22

CSI-Ws

71’000.00

97’000.00

90’000.00

81’000.00

70’000.00

79’000.00

71’000.00

450

CDI-Ws

---

---

40’000.00

50’000.00

40’000.00

50’000.00

25’000.00

400

Totals

125’969.00

211’790.00

377’820.92 *

332’645.73 *

337’855.00 *

332’309.45 *

399’797.76 *

350 300 200 150 100

399’797.76*

400’000 332’309.45*

0 GROUP II

GROUP III

GROUP IV

GROUP V

GROUP VI

GROUP VII

GROUP VIII

GROUP IX

GENERAL / COACHING

CSI-Ws*

CDI-Ws**

FEI WORLD DRESSAGE CHALLENGE - Participation by level 2000 - 2006

250

FEI DEVELOPMENT FUND Total Expenditure 2000 - 2006

11’969.15

8’083.38

*Central European + Central Asian League **Central European League

GENERAL/COACHING

*including contribution from IOC / IFs development Programme

25’000.00

23’143.62

21’405.67

GROUP I

PARA-EQUESTRIAN

350’000

45’249.38

40000

---

53’972.77 46’589.18

50

366

366

182

184

187

131

176

164

125

133

125

2001

2002

2003

399

417

227

392

288 237 155 131 79

212

235

172

201

152

118

2004

2005

175 128

0 2000

2006

377’820.92*

325’000 300’000

332’654.73*

Children

337’885.00*

PSG

Advanced

Novice

275’000 250’000 225’000

211’790.00

FEI WORLD JUMPING CHALLENGE Participation Cat A. and B 2001-2006

200’000 175’000 150’000

600

523

500

125’969.00

125’000

400

100’000

300

75’000

200

50’000

100

25’000

0

0

438

241 40 28 2001

2000

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2001

2002

2003

2004 2005 2006 *including contribution from IOC / IFs development Programme

528

489

363

446 435

390 287

321

274 47

45

47

44

31 2002

38 2003

38 2004

40

COUNTRIES CAT. A

COUNTRIES CAT. B

42 36

2005

2006

RIDERS CAT. A

RIDERS CAT. B

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2006 FEI SEMINARS AND COURSES COURSE

VENUE

DATE

DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS

NFS REPRESENTED

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Madrid (ESP)

14 – 15 Jan.

Francis Michielsens (BEL) José Alvarez de Bohorquez (ESP)

24

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Zürich (SUI)

Francis Michielsens (BEL) Rogier van Iersel (NED)

84

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Stockholm (SWE)

10 – 11 Feb.

Sven Holmberg (SWE)

17

DEN, EST, FIN, SWE

FEI Course for National and International Candidate Course Designers

Tokyo (JPN)

10 – 12 Feb.

Olaf Petersen (GER)

7

JPN

FEI Course for National and International Candidate Judges

Tokyo (JPN)

10 – 12 Feb.

FEI Course for National Judges

Seoul (KOR)

FEI Course for National Course Designers

Werribee (AUS)

FEI Course for National Judges

JUMPING

28 – 29 Jan.

ESP, FRA, ITA, POR

AUT, BEL, BRA, CRO, ESA, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, HKG, HUN, IRL, ISR, ITA, JPN, KEN, LIB, NED, NOR, POL, POR, SLO, SUI, SVK

Hanno Dohn (GER)

9

21 – 22 March

Sven Holmberg (SWE)

14

KOR

27 – 29 March

Olaf Petersen (GER)

8

AUS, SIN, SWE

Adelaide (AUS)

4 – 6 May

François Ferland (CAN)

13

AUS, NZL, SIN

FEI Course for International Candidate Judges

Adelaide (AUS)

4 – 6 May

François Ferland (CAN))

10

AUS, HKG, NZL

FEI Course for National Course Designers

Quito (ECU)

23 – 25 May

Leopoldo Palacios (VEN)

18

BOL, COL, ECU, PAN

FEI Course for National Judges

Sopot (POL)

18 – 20 June

Sven Holmberg (SWE)

3

AUT, POL, UAE

FEI Course for International Candidate Judges

Sopot (POL)

18 – 20 June

Sven Holmberg (SWE)

6

POL, SWE, UAE

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Sopot (POL)

18 – 20 June

Sven Holmberg (SWE)

3

POL

FEI Course for National Course Designers

Hohot (CHN)

4 – 9 July

Paul Weier (SUI)

22

CHN

FEI Course for National Judges

La Paz (BOL)

11 – 13 August

Pablo Mayorga (ARG)

15

BOL, PER

FEI Course for National and International Candidate Judges

La Paz (BOL)

11 – 13 August

Pablo Mayorga (ARG)

5

BOL, CRC, MEX

FEI ASDC Symposium on Course Design

Aachen (GER)

IND, IRI, JPN

31 Aug. - 1 Sept. Arno Gego (GER) Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) Olaf Petersen (GER)

29

AUS, BEL, BER, CHI, COL, CRO, DEN, ESP, GER, IRL, LUX, NED, NZL, RSA, SLO, TUR

FEI Course for National Stewards Bangkok (THA)

6 – 9 Sept.

Nai Yue Ho (SIN)

20

THA

FEI Course for National Stewards Paget (BER)

8 – 9 Sept.

David Distler (USA)

14

BER, CAY, HKG, JAM, POR

COURSE

VENUE

DATE

DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS

NFS REPRESENTED

FEI Course for National Course Designers

Aachen (GER)

17 – 24 Nov.

Arno Gego (GER) Olaf Petersen (GER)

11

BRA, COL, FRA, IRL, LIB, LUX, PLE, PUR, RUS, UAE

FEI Course for International Course Designers

Aachen (GER)

17 – 24 Nov.

Arno Gego (GER) Olaf Petersen (GER)

11

GER, NED, NOR, PER, RUS, SUI, UAE

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Course Designers

Aachen (GER)

17 – 24 Nov.

Arno Gego (GER) Olaf Petersen (GER)

1

FRA

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Vienna (AUT)

2 – 3 Dec.

Peter Herchel (SVK)

12

AUT, GER, HUN, ITA,

FEI Course for National Course Designers

Santa Ana (CRC)

10 – 13 Dec.

Linda Allen (USA)

12

CRC, ESA, GUA, USA

FEI Course for National Judges

La Coruña (ESP)

13 – 15 Dec.

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

5

ESP, POR

FEI Course for International Candidate Judges

La Coruña (ESP)

15 – 17 Dec.

Francis Michielsens (BEL)

4

ESP, FRA

FEI Course for National Stewards

Taichung (TPE)

27 – 29 Dec.

Nai Yue Ho (SIN)

-

-

Münster (GER)

23 – 25 Jan.

Mariette Withages (BEL) Stephen Clarke (GBR) Dieter Schüle (GER)

16

NZL, DEN, USA, BLR, POL, FIN, NOR, RUS, ARG, AUT, GBR

FEI Course for National, Candidate Taupo (NZL) and International Judges

2 – 4 March

Stephen Clarke (GBR)

17

AUS, THA, HKG, NZL

FEI Recognised Course for National, Candidate and International Judges

San Jose (CRC)

28 – 30 March

Mariette Withages (BEL)

15

CRC, HON

Del Mar, CA (USA)

28 – 30 April

Stephen Clarke (GBR) Elizabeth Mc Mullen (CAN)

26

USA, NZL, CRC, CAN, VEN

Stuttgart (GER)

16 – 18 Nov.

Stephen Clarke (GBR) Volker Moritz (GER) Dieter Schüle (GER)

29

DEN, ESP, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, POL, RSA, SUI, SWE, LAT

FEI Seminar Level 3 for Eventing Officials – Top Officials Seminar

Hartpury (GBR)

18 – 19 Feb.

Jennifer Millar (NZL) Anthony McPherson (BEL) Christoph Hess (GER) Stephen Clarke (GBR)

48

ARG, AUS, BRA, BEL, CAN, DEN FRA, GBR, GER, IRL, ITA, MEX, NED NZL, RUS, SWE, SUI, THA, USA

FEI Course Level 2 for Eventing Judges, Technical Delegates and Course Designers

Lexington (USA)

26 – 30 April

Jennifer Millar (NZL) Axel Steiner (USA) David Distler (USA)

19

CAN, IRL, NZL, USA

DRESSAGE Young Horses Seminar

FEI Course for National Candidate and International Judges, with Examination FEI Seminar for Candidate and International Judges, without Examination

EVENTING

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Sao Paulo (BRA)

12 Sept.

Michael Detemple (BRA)

5

BRA

FEI Course Level 2 for Eventing Judges, Technical Delegates and Course Designers

Melbourne (AUS)

9 - 12 June

Tom Ryckewaert (BEL) Susan Hoevenaars (AUS)

31

AUS, JPN, MAS, NZL, THA,

FEI Course for National Judges

Paris (FRA)

18 – 19 Sept.

François Ferland (CAN) Gilles Perrière (FRA) as Assistant

9

COD, FRA, TUN

FEI Course Levels 1 & 2 for Eventing Technical Delegates and Course Designers

Sao Paulo (BRA)

27 – 29 Oct.

Michael Tucker (GBR)

4

BRA

FEI Course for International Candidate Judges

Paris (FRA)

20 – 21 Sept.

François Ferland (CAN) Gilles Perrière (FRA) as Assistant

6

BEL, BRA, FRA

Mexico (MEX)

14 – 17 Dec.

Roger Haller (USA) Janine Rohr-Cicurel (ARG)

16

ARG, BRA, MEX, URU

FEI Refresher Seminar for International Candidate and International Judges

Paris (FRA)

22 Sept.

François Ferland (CAN) Gilles Perrière (FRA) as Assistant

14

FRA, ITA

FEI Course Level 2 for Eventing Judges, Technical Delegates and Course Designers

FEI Course for National Judges

Montevideo (URU)

6 – 8 Oct.

Pablo Mayorga (ARG)

9

URU

Vienna (AUT)

3 – 5 Feb.

David Distler (USA)

8

MEX

Richard Nicoll (USA) Ian Williams (GBR)

20

13 – 14 Oct.

FEI Seminar for Senior Course Designers & Technical Delegates

AUT, BEL, CAN, FIN, GBR, GER HUN, NED, POL, SWE

FEI Course for the Status of Technical Delegate

Vienna (AUT)

25 – 26 March

Philip Bateman (GBR)

8

AUT, DEN, ROM

FEI Course for Promotion to the Sancrai (ROM) Status of International Candidate Judge and International Judge

5 – 7 May

Franz Vetter

11

ROM

FEI Course for Promotion to the Vecses (HUN) Status of International Candidate Judge

29 – 30 Sept.

Klaus Christ (GER)

7

HUN, FIN, AUT

FEI Course for National Stewards Mexico City (MEX) FEI Course for National Judges

San Juan (PUR)

20 – 23 Oct.

Pablo Mayorga (ARG)

3

DOM, PUR

FEI Course for International Candidate Judges

San Juan (PUR)

20 – 23 Oct.

Pablo Mayorga (ARG)

1

ESA

1 – 4 Nov.

Nai Yue Ho (SIN)

-

-

FEI Course for National Stewards San Pedro Sula (HON) 9 – 12 Nov.

Cesar Hirsch (VEN)

6

CRC, GUA, HON

FEI Course for National Stewards Beijing (CHN)

Nai Yue Ho (SIN)

49

CHN, HKG, TPE

FEI Course for National Stewards Doha (QAT)

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10 – 12 Nov.

DRIVING

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COURSE

VENUE

DATE

DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS

NFS REPRESENTED

COURSE

FEI Seminar for Senior Judges

Beesd (NED)

20 – 22 Oct.

Diane Brownlie (GBR) Richard James (GBR) Kloms Christ (GER)

27

NED, ESP, IRL, GER, BEL, SWE, FRA, GBR, SUI, CAN, ITA, POL

DATE

DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS

NFS REPRESENTED

FEI Course for Trainers, Instructors Aromer (POL) and Riders

16 – 18 May

Jane Goldsmith (GBR) Jagoda Maciaszek (POL)

26

POL

FEI Course for Promotion to the Hartpury (GBR) Status of International Candidate Judge and International Judge

6 – 7 July

Inger Bryant (GBR)

10

GBR, CHN

1 – 4 Sept.

Alison Mastin (IRL)

5

CAN, USA

GUA, DOM, MEX

FEI Course for Promotion to the Vancouver (CAN) Status of International Candidate Judge and International Judge FEI Course for Promotion to the Status International Candidate Judge and Steward

Sao Paulo (BRA)

6 – 10 Dec.

Jonquil Solt (GBR) Jan Meersmans (BEL) Tony Bott (GBR) Joann Benjamin (USA)

5

BRA, ARG

Event Veterinarians Course

Werribee (AUS)

8 – 12 June

Prof. Leo Jeffcott (GBR)

-

-

Event Veterinarians Course

Burbank (USA)

22 – 24 Sept.

Prof. Jack Snyder (USA)

34

USA, MEX, CAN, GUA

Event Veterinarians Course

Sao Paolo (BRA)

21 – 22 Oct.

Prof. Leo Jeffcot (GBR)

374

BRA, URU

Event Veterinarians Course

Geneva (SUI)

6 – 9 Dec.

Dr Frits Sluyter (NED)

42

BEL, GER, NOR, GRE, FIN, LIB, BAR, SLO, NZL, ISR, SUI

FEI Seminar for Steward Generals Göteborg (AUS) Jumping

14 April

David Distler (USA)

19

BEL, DEN, ESP, FIN, GBR, GER, GRE, HUN, IRL, ITA, LAT, LTU, NED, NOR, POL, SUI, SWE

FEI Seminar for Steward Generals Aachen (GER) Dressage

18 May

Jacques Van Daele (BEL)

17

AUT, CRC, CZE, ESP, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, IRL, ITA, LAT, LUX, NED, POL, SLO, SUI

FEI Seminar for Steward Generals Stadl Paura (AUT) Vaulting

25 – 26 May

Frank Spadinger (AUT)

6

CZE, FIN, GBR, SUI, SWE, USA

FEI Seminar for Steward Generals Newark (USA) Jumping

23 June

David Distler (USA)

7

BRA, CRC, COL, ESA, MEX, PAN, VEN

ENDURANCE FEI Course for Promotion to the Status of Technical Delegate

San Antonio (USA)

23 Feb.

Ruth Carlson (CAN)

15

FEI Course for Promotion to the Guatemala City (GUA) 7 – 8 March Status of International Candidate Judges and Veterinarians

Elizabeth Van Schelle (BRA) Hallvard Sommerseth (NOR)

FEI Course for Promotion to the Status of Candidate Judge and Technical Delegate

17 – 18 April

Carol Bunting (GBR)

14

QAT

FEI Course for Promotion to the Christiana (RSA) Status of International Candidate Judge and Veterinarians

10 – 11 May

James Bryant (CAN)

48

RSA, NAM, BOT

FEI Course for Promotion to the Wellington (NZL) Status of International Candidate Judge, International Judge & Technical Delegate

27 – 28 May

Ruth Carlson (CAN) Allan Renner (AUS)

42

NZL, AUS

FEI Course for Promotion to the Status of Judge, Technical Delegate, Stewards

1 – 2 June

Doha (QAT)

Slaney Valley (IRL)

FEI Course for Promotion to the Boonah (AUS) Status of International Candidate Judge, International Judge and Technical Delegate

5 – 6 June

FEI Course for Promotion to the Peñuelas (CHI) Status of International Candidate Judge, International Judge, Veterinarians and Stewards

30 Sept.

FEI Course for Promotion to the Buenos Aires (ARG) status of Endurance Veterinarians

1 – 2 Nov.

Carol Bunting (GBR)

Ruth Carlson (CAN) Allan Renner (AUS)

Elizabeth Van Schelle (BRA)

Luis Monreal (ESP)

20

USA

24

9

25

38

IRL, NZL

AUS

ARG, COL, URU

FEI Recognised Course for National, Candidate, International Reining Judges

Leuven (BEL)

15 Jan.

Allen Mitchels (USA)

20

BEL, SWE, CZE, GER, NED, DEN, SUI, GBR

FEI Recognised Course for National, Candidate, International Reining Judges

Oklahoma City (USA) 29 Jan.

Allen Mitchels (USA) Brian Dygert (USA)

15

CAN, USA, ITA

FEI Recognised Seminar for National, Candidate and International Judges

Bologna (ITA)

Allen Mitchels (USA)

7

ITA

Allen Mitchels (USA) Brian Dygert (USA)

3

USA -

FEI Course for National, Candidate Oklahoma City (USA) 23 March and International Judges Moscow (RUS)

4 – 5 July

Dan Wall (USA) Frank Costantini (USA)

-

Bad Bol (GER)

9 – 12 Feb.

Jean Michel Pinel (FRA) Dietmar Otto (GER)

33

AUT, CAN, FIN, FRA, GER, HUN, ITA, MEX, POL, SUI, SWE, USA

28 Nov. – 3 Dec. Erich Breiter (AUT)

18

BRA, COL, SUI

31 March 02 April

Chris Meaden (GBR)

10

GBR, FRA, GER, CRO, NOR, HKG, HUN

7 – 9 May

Jonquil Solt (GBR) Gudrun Hofinga (GER) Jan Meersmans (BEL)

13

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

FEI Course for Promotion to the Bogota (COL) Status of International Candidate and International Judge in Vaulting

PARA-EQUESTRIAN FEI Course for Promotion to the Status of International Classifier

Fulmer (GBR)

FEI Course for Promotion to the Mannheim (GER) Status of International Candidate Judge and International Judge

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CHI, ARG

REINING

FEI Recognised Seminar – Introduction to Reining

VETERINARY

TOTAL

8 – 10 Feb.

VENUE

GER, ITA, GBR

83 Courses 1680 Participants

76 NFs


COURSE

VENUE

DATE

DIRECTOR PARTICIPANTS

NFS REPRESENTED

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Calcutta (IND)

07 – 11 Feb.

Susanne Macken (IRL)

15

IND

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Gaborone (BOT)

11 – 14 Feb.

Kathy Amos Jacob (FRA)

14

BOT, KEN, MRI, NAM, SWZ, ZAM, ZIM

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Bangalore (IND)

14 – 18 Feb.

Susanne Macken (IRL)

13

IND

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

New Delhi (IND)

21 – 25 Feb.

Susanne Macken (IRL)

12

IND

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Istanbul (TUR)

13 – 17 March

Lars Meyer Zu Bexten (GER)

14

TUR

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Lima (PER)

28 – 31 March

Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA)

14

PER, ECU, BOL,

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Caracas (VEN)

04 – 07 April

Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA)

13

COL, VEN, PUR

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Minsk (BLR)

23 – 26 May

Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA)

14

UKR, BLR, RUS

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Moscow (RUS)

29 July – 1 Aug.

Jean-Philippe Camboulives (FRA)

10

RUS

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Bayamon (PUR)

20 – 23 Sept.

Susanne Macken (IRL)

6

PUR

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Santo Domingo (DOM)26 – 29 Sept.

Susanne Macken (IRL)

14

DOM, HAI

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Bogota (COL)

10 – 13 Oct.

Lars Meyer Zu Bexten (GER)

14

COL

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

San Salvador (ESA)

16 – 19 Oct.

Lars Meyer Zu Bexten (GER)

14

ESA, HON, GUA, PAN, CRC

FEI Course for Coaches Level II

Quito (ECU)

17 – 22 Oct.

Gerry Mullins (IRL)

12

ECU, PER, VEN, PUR, ARG, COL, CRC

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Nicosia (CYP)

31 Oct. – 3 Nov. Peter Strijbosch (NED)

12

TUR, ISR, GRE, CYP

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Floreal (MRI)

31 Oct. – 3 Nov. Kathy Amos Jacob (FRA)

14

MRI, SWZ, ZIM, KEN, MAW

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Cape Town (RSA)

8 – 11 Nov.

Gerry Mullins(IRL)

14

RSA

FEI Course for Coaches Level I

Kyalami (RSA)

13 – 16 Nov.

Gerry Mullins (IRL)

14

RSA, MRI

TOTAL

18 Courses

COACHES

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233 Participants

31 NFs


coverage highlighted in the 1073 articles published on the series. Samsung once again achieved a very significant score: one article in three mentions the company. The visibility was also increased by the greater use of photographs in which the brand could be clearly identified. (Source: Spotter report, 2006)

OTHER ACTIVITIES

3. Jump – 26.7%

Television As far as television was concerned, the Samsung Super League with FEI series led to great brand visibility for the title sponsor. Some figures (Source: IFM Report, 2006): - The total broadcasting time in 2006 was 167:20:30 compared to 131:53:21 in 2005, which represents an increase of 27%. - The total duration of brand visibility was increased by 47% and attained 64:53:27. - The visibility of the Samsung brand in relation to broadcasting time reached 38%, an exceptional result.

FEI COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT IN MANY WAYS 2006 WAS A CONSOLIDATION YEAR FOR THE FEI COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES, WHERE POSITIVE RETURNS IN THE DIFFERENT AREAS BECAME OVERWHELMINGLY APPARENT. ROLEX TO BECOME THE FEI’S PREMIER BRAND

Title sponsorship The partnership with the Swiss watchmaker Rolex, which began in 2005, was extended. The FEI and Rolex signed a three-year contract whereby Rolex became the title sponsor of the FEI World Cup™ Jumping. The partnership includes the Rolex FEI World Cup Jumping Final™ and the Western European League starting with the 2007/08 season.

FEI Equestrian World sponsored by Rolex was launched in February 2006. This Television Magazine is a monthly halfhour programme produced by FEI Television and distributed by IMG Media. This distribution includes major television broadcasters such as: BBC World, CNBC Europe, CNBC Asia, ESPN International, ESPN Star Sports, ESPN Classic Sports, Supersport, Fox Sports, Sport Italia, ART, Canal + Spain and Sky. With BBC World alone reaching 270 million households, the FEI Equestrian World TV Magazine is without a doubt finding its place on the international scene.

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EQUESTRIAN WORLD

1. Insert – 20.9%

ALLTECH

In June 2006, Alltech became the first-ever title sponsor of the FEI World Equestrian Games. This historic title sponsorship gave the company naming rights to the 2010 Games, now officially called the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010.

The programmes focus to a great extent on the spirit of horsesport and the lifestyle in which its protagonists evolve. This could very well mean remarkable personalities from within the sport to the FEI’s efforts in key areas such as sports development; the Medication Control Unit officiating at events or even the manufacturing secrets from the latest generation of one of the world’s oldest family-run riding boot makers. A valuable quality is the continued coverage of the eight FEI disciplines, including the latest recruits Reining and Para-Equestrian.

Alltech is one of the world’s leading animal health companies and since its inception in 1980, has been committed to providing natural, nutritional solutions to meet the challenges facing the animal feed industry. Through its education programmes, cutting-edge research priorities, dedication to customer service and in-depth knowledge of animal health issues, Alltech has become the world leader in natural animal nutrition.

SAMSUNG SUPER LEAGUE WITH FEI 2006

As a continued pledge of co-operation, Rolex also became the title sponsor of the FEI World Cup™ Final Jumping and The 2006 season was the first year following the renewal of the second contract between Samsung and the FEI. Some Dressage for the 2006/07 season. interesting and valuable figures to bear in mind: Television Media An increase in global volume… In 2006, the global volume of articles monitored increased by 73% compared to 2005. Nevertheless, this very significant result should be put into perspective given the increase in the number of sources monitored, from 78 in 2005 to 294 in 2006. TM

The FEI Commercial Department is proud to state that Three main supports were dominant in the discipline and gave Samsung is very pleased with the returns they get in terms of visibility and sponsoring value for the first season of the excellent returns to the sponsor: second cycle of the three year contract (2006-2008).

2. Board – 26.6%

“Alltech is about passion, performance, and excellence. These qualities are also found in the athletes that participate in the FEI World Equestrian Games. Alltech is the perfect partner for the Games as we are truly a global company, representing many of the same countries that send athletes to compete in this worldwide competition,” said Pearse Lyons, founder of Alltech.

FEI BRANDING FEI’s branding activities continued to significantly improve across all the disciplines. Additional branding elements to promote the FEI World Cup™ Series such as start and finish lines and prize giving devices were introduced to selected shows in cooperation with the related organizers.

…In visibility The identification of the Samsung brand in the series was confirmed both textually and visually, with a very significant

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The presence of “at the heart of horse sport”, FEI’s Brand TELEVISION Positioning Statement, was enhanced in order to clarify and emphasize the role of our brand. This strapline is now FEI World Equestrian Games, Aachen 2006 mainly used in conjunction with the corporate brand in Television was one of the great successes in Aachen. communications coming from the FEI headquarters. The final broadcasting report of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) covering the broadcasters within Europe came to a total of 97:26:47 hours. As a comparison, the coverage from the FEI World Equestrian Games 2002 in Jerez was 74:58:28 hours. The independent TV Analysis Company IFM reported a total broadcasting figure of 321:51:43 hours. The reason for the higher result from IFM is that they measured broadcasters Due to the title sponsorship of Alltech and in order to within and outside the EBU territory. increase the understanding of the new brand of this unique competition, the positioning of what had initially been the “FEI In reality the total broadcasting hours were more than 320 Games” was adjusted and will be referred to as the Alltech FEI hours as there were broadcasters not being measured neither World Equestrian Games. A special fence promoting this new by IFM or EBU. brand was produced and is used on some selected shows of the Samsung Super League with FEI and the FEI World Cup™.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

The FEI Communications Department saw some substantial changes in structure and orientation since the departure of Muriel Faienza in May 2006. We took the opportunity to restructure and refocus the goals of the department, which had been created 10 years ago. Indeed, over the past ten years, the Communications Department had taken on a number of functions which were not communication or PR related. Our goals have been to concentrate on PR activities and the efficient management of the image of the organisation. A new lock-up identity was created, combining the Rolex and the FEI World Cup™ brands. This was needed to identify the title sponsorship of Rolex for the upcoming FEI World Cup™ Finals in Las Vegas and FEI World Cup™ Jumping series for the 2007/08 season.

NF News The NF News is a newsletter which is sent on a regular basis (as often as necessary) to all National Federations. Given its electronic format, it is a flexible and fast means to keep National Federations informed on technical news and relevant The FEI official licensee status information. In 2006 there were 18 NF news containing The FEI offers the possibility for international companies to approximately five items per newsletter. obtain an official licensee status. Licensing partnerships are part of the FEI’s long term commercial strategy. Media Relations FEI World Equestrian Games, Aachen 2006 This status provides category exclusivity and a genuine Efforts were concentrated on the FEI World Equestrian Games. opportunity to reach core consumers. The FEI Official Licensee For the first time dedicated news service was provided to status reinforces the brand credibility and loyalty through an journalists and general public. It began on 27 July and ran until authentic marketing platform. 3 September, which accounted for 35 press releases. It included 12 comprehensive previews consisting of discipline previews The FEI initiated the first licensee partnership with the commissioned to specialized journalists as well as previews of American company Heritage Gloves for the product category a more general nature, such as TV broadcasting information, “equestrian gloves”. This is the first partner to become an the opening ceremony or doping testing procedure. It then exclusive FEI Official Licensee. The agreement with this top continued throughout the Games, with press releases sent out performance glove manufacturer is for an initial term of two after every competition. The subscription lists for the 2006 FEI years. World Equestrian Games amounted to approximately 1800 recipients, including the FEI World Equestrian Games regular press distribution list (approx. 1300 recipients) as well as all the accredited press (approx. 500 recipients). The press coverage, passed 351 German sources and 100 international sources from 18 countries, resulted in an unprecedented 7351 articles. The corresponding press value was EUR 13 million.

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FEI Series - FEI World Cup™ Jumping, Dressage, Driving & Eventing / Samsung Super League with FEI A dedicated news service is also in place for the FEI World Cup™ series. The news service for the four disciplines is ensured by specialized journalists who produce between ten and twenty press releases for each series. Similarly with the FEI World Equestrian Games press service, the FEI World Cup™ press service are sent out to specific distribution lists: 581 subscribers for Jumping; 445 for Dressage; 270 for Driving; and 385 for Eventing. The press releases for the Samsung Super League with FEI are sent out to 419 subscribers. FEI Championships For the FEI Championships, we provided the organisers with various services, namely forewords by the FEI President; copies of the FEI Annual Report, FEI flags as well as publication of news and photographs from the event. However, we are well aware that this service can still be greatly improved. Interviews of the FEI President Excellent working relations were established between the FEI and the FEI President’s communication staff. Some ten interviews with major international media (South China Morning Post (HKG), Die Welt (GER), Folha de Sao Paolo (BRA), Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (GER), ZDF TV (GER), WDR TV (GER), St Georg (GER), L’Eperon (FRA), Horse International) were coordinated. This level of media attention is unprecedented for the FEI. These interviews have in turn been very beneficial to establishing good relationships with the various media organisations and will be used as a basis to promote future FEI activities. Enquiries from Media/Public Enquiries from the media and general public increased significantly, with an average of five every day.


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

2006

2005

1 637 073 4 020 000 10 204 474 3 306 984 0 823 643 19 992 174

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

71 536 157 715 0 161 492 526 132 916 875 20 909 049

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

Current Liabilities Accounts payable Accrued expenses Provisions and other

567 741 722 668 1 015 175 2 305 584

569 183 1 015 898 2 104 890 3 689 971

Other Liabilities Sponsorship funds received in advance Olympic Solidarity contribution

6 696 51 558 58 254

6 696 41 985 48 681

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

2 504 142 648 642 26 485 15 365 942 18 545 211

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

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUNDS

20 909 049

18 242 749

Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Term deposits with banks Marketable securities (market value CHF 10 669 585) Accounts receivable (net of provision of CHF 365 797) Receivable from sponsors Prepaid expenses and other receivables Fixed Assets (net of accumulated depreciation) Furniture and equipment Fixtures and fittings Motor vehicles Computer hardware Computer software TOTAL ASSETS

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) 2006 2005 Income Annual Subscriptions from National Federations 557 250 556 750 TV-rights income 688 580 247 033 Marketing and commercial rights 1 679 900 1 322 850 Sponsorship revenues 2 736 770 2 875 864 Partnership revenues 1 298 587 472 500 Hosting fees 577 160 623 220 Organising dues and calendar fees 3 309 864 3 142 860 Passports and change of horse names 2 376 615 2 312 518 Horse and rider registration 254 530 120 060 Bulletin and other printed matters 115 177 141 615 Medication Control Programme 1 483 804 1 377 162 Fines and other legal contributions 178 512 177 311 Financial (net) 269 868 1 026 609 IOC Contribution Fund 2 504 142 2 504 142 Olympic Solidarity and travel contribution 63 440 58 117 Other 46 147 230 617

for the Year ended 31 December (all amounts in Swiss Francs) 2006 2005

TOTAL INCOME

18 140 346 17 189 228 Expenditure Staff charges 6 263 370 6 003 622 Premises charges 355 922 337 960 IT maintenance and office supplies 447 863 522 204 Mail and telecommunications 322 402 335 627 Travel and related expenses 1 751 487 1 728 340 Medication Control Programme 1 192 272 908 231 Sponsorship payments to organisers and riders 2 200 894 2 326 889 Partner programme expenses 149 452 103 370 Purchase of cups and medals 241 305 237 257 Series related expenses 568 001 250 731 TV expenses 1 284 631 604 145 Marketing agency expenses 35 926 31 172 Marketing and branding expenses 232 260 293 149 Public relations 437 178 203 232 Printing expenses 434 960 262 977 Legal and professional fees 542 269 768 688 Other expenses 6 912 257 836 Development Fund and Challenge Series 476 335 432 694 Depreciation 414 490 350 091 Attribution to provision for debtors 0 196 624

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

17 357 929

16 154 839

Result before extraordinary expenses

782 417

1 034 389

Extraordinary expenses

305 297

2 378 864

Result before extraordinary income

477 120

(1 344 475)

Extraordinary income

6 150 000

0

Excess of income (expenditure) for the year

6 627 120

(1 344 475)

Operating Fund Balance - At beginning of Year

8 738 822

10 083 297

Operating Fund Balance - At end of Year

15 365 942

8 738 822

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 15

15.4

14 13 12 11 10

10.1 9.6

9 8 7

7.8

8.7

8.3

6 5 4 3

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

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2 1

6 627 120

(1 344 475)

0 2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

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RESULTS AND STATISTICS

2004 REVISED RESULTS

2006 FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES

World Driving Championship 4-in-hand (confirmed) / Kecskemet (HUN) 04-08 August

Aachen (GER) 20 August-03 September

DRIVING Seniors - Four-in-hand

DRESSAGE Seniors

TEAM RESULTS DRIVER

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

st

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

1 HUN Zoltan Lazar, Laszlo Kecskemeti Sr, Jozsef Dobrovitz

1 HUN Zoltan Lazar

1st GER Hubertus Schmidt / Wansuela Suerte, Heike Kemmer / Bonaparte, Nadine Capellmann / Elvis Va, Isabell Werth / Satchmo 78

2nd NED Ysbrand Chardon, Koos De Ronde, Mark Weusthof

2nd NED Ysbrand Chardon

2nd NED Laurens Van Lieren / Hexagon’s Ollright, Imke Schellekens-Bartels / Sunrise, Anky Van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero, Edward Gal /

3rd BEL

3rd BEL

Félix-Marie Brasseur, Gert Schrijvers, Geert De Brauwer

Félix-Marie Brasseur

Group 4 Securicor Lingh

rd

3 USA Leslie Morse / Tip Top 962, Guenter Seidel / Aragon, Steffen Peters / Floriano, Debbie Mcdonald / Brentina Total NFs: Total competitors:

18 52

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

12 18

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

6 42

Finished the comp teams:

30

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE Individuals Grand Prix Kür B

Individuals Grand Prix Special

1st NED Anky Van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero

1st GER Isabell Werth / Satchmo 78

nd

2nd NED Anky Van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero

rd

3rd DEN Andreas Helgstrand / Blue Horse Matine

2 DEN Andreas Helgstrand / Blue Horse Matine 3 GER Isabell Werth / Satchmo 78

2005 REVISED RESULTS

Total NFs: Total competitors:

33 89

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

17 23

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

16 83

Finished the comp teams:

51

European Endurance Championship (confirmed) / Compiègne (FRA) 26-28 August JUMPING Seniors

ENDURANCE Open TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE st

1 BEL

Kristel Van Den Abeele / Chanice Du Tilleul, Karin Boulanger / Allel,

Jean-louis Molitor / Fidji

Jean-Marie Ollivier / Hantares Amor Anna Lena Wagner / Puschkin, Nora Wagner / Temir,

Sandra Bechter / Atout d’Alsace

Total NFs: Total competitors:

27 110

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

st

1 UAE Hamdan Bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Georgat 2nd BEL

Kristel Van Den Abeele / Chanice Du Tilleul

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

10 60

Finished the comp teams:

30

Jos Lansing / Cavalor Cumano

Jeroen Dubbeldam / BMC Up And Down, Piet Raymakers / Van Schijndel’s

2nd USA Beezie Madden / Authentic, Mclain Ward / Sapphire,

2nd USA Beezie Madden / Authentic

Laura Kraut / Miss Independent, Margie Goldstein-Engle / Quervo Gold

3rd GER Ludger Beerbaum / L’Espoir, Marcus Ehning / Noltes Kuchengirl,

17 44

1st BEL

1 NED Gerco Schroder / Eurocommerce, Albert Zoer / Okidoki,

3rd FRA Elodie Le Labourier / Sangho’Limousian

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

2nd FRA Barbara Lissarague / Persiah, Céline Just / Nabath, 3rd SUI

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

3rd GER Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum / Shutterfly

Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum / Shutterfly, Christian Ahlmann / Coster

Total NFs: Total competitors:

41 116

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

25 22

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

16 79

Finished the comp teams:

39

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2006 FEI World Equestrian Games / Aachen (GER) 20 August-03 September EVENTING Seniors

VAULTING Seniors

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st GER Frank Ostholt / Air Jordan 2, Hinrich Romeike / Marius,

1st GBR Zara Phillips / Toytown

1st GER Team Germany, Jessica Schmitz / Cepin 2nd USA Team United States Of America, Silke Bartel / Grand Gaudino

nd

2 GBR Zara Phillips / Toytown, Daisy Dick / Spring Along,

2 AUS Clayton Fredericks / Ben Along Time

3rd AUT Team Austria, Maria Lehrmann / Libretto

William Fox-Pitt / Tamarillo, Mary King / Call Again Cavalier

rd

3 AUS Clayton Fredericks / Ben Along Time, Megan Jones / Kirby Park Irish,

TEAM RESULTS LONGUEUR / HORSE

Bettina Hoy / Ringwood, Ingrid Klimke / Sleep Late

nd

TEAM

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

rd

3 USA Amy Trion / Poggio II

Andrew Hoy / Master Monarch, Sonja Johnson / Ringwould Jaguar

Total NFs: Total competitors:

24 79

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

14 28

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

10 56

Finished the comp teams:

42

FEMALE

MALE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st USA Megan Benjamin / Leonardo

1st GER Kai Vorberg / Picasso 202

nd

2nd GER Gero Meyer / Arador 2

rd

3rd SVK Ladislav Majdlen / Catalin III-73

2 AUT Katharina Faltin / Pitucelli 3 AUT Sissi Jarz / Escudo Fox *

DRIVING Seniors

Total NFs: Total competitors:

TEAM RESULTS DRIVER

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

1st GER Christoph Sandmann, Michael Freund, Rainer Duen

1st BEL

2nd BEL

2nd NED Ysbrand Chardon

Félix-Marie Brasseur, Gert Schrijvers, Geert De Brauwer

rd

19 49

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

16 3

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

st

1 FRA Virginie Atger / Kangoo D’Aurabelle, Philippe Benoit / Akim Du Boulve,

Pascale Dietsch / Hifrane Du Barthas

2nd SUI

Urs Wenger / Zialka, Anna Lena Wagner / Tessa IV,

Nora Wagner / Temir

3 38

Finished the comp teams:

38

DRIVING Seniors - Single

1st ESP

TEAM RESULTS DRIVER

Miguel Vila Ubach / Hungares

3rd FRA Elodie Le Labourier / Sangho’Limousian

NFs with teams: 18 Number of individual competitors: 114

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

23 65

Finished the comp teams:

1st CAN Duane Latimer / Hang Ten Surprise

2nd SWE Cecilia Qvarnström 3rd GER Dieter Lauterbach

22 73

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

19 20

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 65

Finished the comp teams:

49

16 24

Finished the comp teams:

-

45

REINING Seniors - Open Division INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st USA Shawn Flarida / Tinsel Nic

Matt Mills / Easy Otie Whiz, Aaron Ralston / Smart Paul Olena

2nd CAN Luke Gagnon / Lil Santana, François Gautier / Snow Gun,

2nd USA Tom McCutcheon / Smartest Chic Olena

2nd USA Tim McQuay / Mister Nicadual

3rd CAN Shawna Sapergia / Bl Whiz Kid

Lance Griffin / Whiz N Tag Chex, Duane Latimer / Hang Ten Surprise

3 ITA

Dario Carmignani / Skeets Dun, Adriano Meacci / Docs Tivio Hancock,

Christian Perez / Dualin For Me, Marco Ricotta / Pappy Secolo 21 68

2nd SWE Cecilia Qvarnström, Lotta Palsson, Marie Kahrle

World Reining Masters Final / Denver (USA) 20-25 October

1st USA Dell Hendricks / Starbucks Sidekick, Tim McQuay / Mister Nicadual,

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st GBR Paul Sidwell

3rd GER Dieter Lauterbach, Reinhard Bruggraf, Thorsten Zarembowicz Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

rd

12

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

1 GBR Ian Bertram, David Matthews, Di Hayes

2nd FRA Virginie Atger / Kangoo D’Aurabelle

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Finished the comp teams:

2006 FEI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

REINING Seniors

8 29

* Pending positive medication case

Ana Barbas / Piperino

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

st

3rd POR Joao Raposo / Sultao, Ana Margarida Costa / Gozlane Du Somail,

42 159

15 80

World Driving Singles Championship / Pratoni del Vivaro (ITA) 21-24 September

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Total NFs: Total competitors:

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Félix-Marie Brasseur

ENDURANCE Seniors

3rd GER Christoph Sandmann

3 NED Ysbrand Chardon, Theo Timmerman, Koos De Ronde Total NFs: Total competitors:

23 80

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

15 9

rd

3 USA Aaron Ralston / Smart Paul Olena

REINING Seniors - Restricted Division NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

9 17

Finished the comp teams:

59

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st AUT Rudi Kronsteiner / Setting Off Sparks 2nd BEL

Bernard Fonck / Don Quintana

3rd FRA Eric Laporte / Smart Little Thirsty Total NFs: Total competitors:

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16 18

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

- 18

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

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World Para-Equestrian Driving Championship / Hellendoorn (NED) 06-10 September

Europe / Athens, Markopoulo (GRE) 06-09 July

PARA-EQUESTRIAN DRIVING Seniors

JUMPING Young Riders

TEAM

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st GBR Gemma Paternoster / Osiris

TEAM RESULTS DRIVER

1st SUI

Mélanie Mändli / Grandur, Janika Sprunger / Back To Future

1st GER Bernhard Bucker (Grade 2), Heiner Lehrter (Grade 1), Josef Sauerwald (Grade 2)

Nora Grünig / Fleur XI, Faye Schoch / Caline De Grand’Pre

2nd GBR Terry Kirby (Grade 1), Judi Ralls (Grade 2), Lindsey Tyas (Grade 1)

2nd GBR Portia Howard / Oskar IX, Gemma Paternoster / Osiris

rd

3 NED Albert Dussel (Grade 1), Jaques Poppen (Grade 1)

SINGLE GRADE 1

SINGLE GRADE 2

3rd GER Felix Hassmann / Carefina, Henrike Konzag / Adolfo

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

1st USA Diane Kastama

1st GER Bernhard Bucker

nd

2 NED Jaques Poppen

2nd GBR Judi Ralls

3rd GER Heiner Lehrter

3rd GER Manfred Nikolaus

Ryan Prater / Ocombo De L’eau, Charlotte Platt / Lacanda 3rd GBR Charlotte Platt / Lacanda

Thomas Weinberg / Ramino’s Boy, Philipp Weishaupt / Conterno-Grande

Total NFs: Total competitors:

PAIRS GRADE 1

2nd GER Felix Hassmann / Carefina

21 65

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

11 21

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1st NED Jan Ranzijn 2nd GER Josef Bodefeld

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st GER Tobias Meyer / Loriot S, Christoph Bruse / Audrey D

1st GBR William Whitaker / Carnaval Path

3rd GBR Brenda Hodgson

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

40

Denise Sulz / Fambus, Kristian Kniha / Arabella

2nd FRA Charlotte Leoni / Olympia, Raphael Goehrs / Daddi De St Simeon 7 24

Finished the comp teams:

JUMPING Juniors

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

Total NFs: Total competitors:

10 50

5 11

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 21

Finished the comp teams:

12

2nd GER Kristian Kniha / Arabella

Igor Kawaik / Abc Cricri, Eymeric George / Fou Chin Trevira HN

3rd GBR Andrew Mizon / Special Diamond, William Whitaker / Carnaval Path

3rd FRA Charlotte Leoni / Olympia

Joe Whitaker / Desdemona, Hannah Paul / Saffier Van De Brandkreek

Total NFs: 23 NFs with teams: 2006 WORLD Total competitors: 81 CHAMPIONSHIPS Number of individual competitors:

16 17

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

7 23

Finished the comp teams:

40

2006 FEI CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Europe / Istanbul (TUR) 02-08 August Europe / Stadl Paura (AUT) 19-23 July DRESSAGE Young Riders

JUMPING Children

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st GER Kristina Sprehe / Rose Noir, Carolin Van Der Linde / Feisinn Nrw

1st ITA

Andrea Timpe / Welttender, Theresa Wahler / Ray Of Light

2nd NED Lorraine Van Den Brink / Murdock 9, Inge Verbeek / Quidor

2nd NED Lorraine Van Den Brink / Murdock 9

Angela Van Den Berg / Mix, Jenny Schreven / Kennet W

rd

3 AUT Markus Jungwirth / Smart Cookie, Nikolaus Erdmann / Dany Wilde,

Valentina Truppa / Chablis

rd

3 GER Kristina Sprehe / Rose Noir

19 58

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

12 12

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

7 15

Finished the comp teams:

46

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE st

1 NED Lotje Schoots / Reine B, Diederik Van Silfhout / Paddox

1st FRA Margaux Rocuet / Hilarion D’Aguzon

Margaux Bost / Joyeux De Rublard, Margaux Rocuet / Hilarion D’Aguzon

2nd BEL

Yanick Beirens / Vuergold Van Koekshof, Gilles Detry / Arragon

Constant Van Paesschen / Jetro

3rd ITA

Filippo Codecasa / Milord Bay, Francesca Ciriesi / Pazjiva

Francesca Arioldi / Pirco, Luca Coata / Cleome

2nd SUI

Martin Fuchs / Vasco IV

3rd BEL

Constant van Paesschen / Jetro

15 10

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 30

Finished the comp teams:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st FRA Xavier Lemarquis / Kaid Des Nauves, Elisabeth Guyot / Joa Du Goarem

1st GBR Amanda Mcglynn / Mgs Classic

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

12 12

3rd GER Tom Berg / Borodino

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

Edmond Milot / Fado Du Murier, Véronique Sion / Folle Avoine IV 2

2nd GER Heike Willenberger / Enrico 229, Wolfgang Raabe / Happy Paula

28

3rd GBR Amanda Mcglynn / Mgs Classic, Liz Howes / Imam Du Preclair 8 15

Finished the comp teams:

47

2nd BEL

Jean-louis Massoni / Noumea De Longpre

Lutz Krüger / Ulex 5, Walter Burmeister / La Luna 139 3rd GER Heike Willenberger / Enrico 229

Pat Crann / Jasper V, Jennifer Patty / Carnavalla

Total NFs: Total competitors:

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Fie Hvolbol Möller / Kjarholm’s Kenzo, Camilla Ploug Larsen / Konigs Kronos Ks

JUMPING Veterans

2nd GER Verena Van Der Linde / Mitchell

3rd DEN Liv Johansen / Rozdimont Soneca, Sofie Jeppesen / Robin

20 59

12 45

1st NED Diederik Van Silfhout / Paddox

Miriam Maurer / Quickfire, Katharina Winkelhues / Weltmelodie

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Marrigje Van Baalen / BMC Inspekteur, Chantal Van Lanen / Beaujolais

2nd GER Tom Berg / Borodino, Verena Van Der Linde / Mitchell

1st FRA Swan Bourven / Jasmin Des Pres, Nils Vilain / Lord De La Taurie

Europe / Karlsruhe-Durlach (GER) 15-18 June

DRESSAGE Juniors

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Sabrina Reinwal / Impuls, Alexandra Slanec / Lorino

Total NFs: Total competitors:

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

8 28

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

7 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 17

Finished the comp teams:

6

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Europe / Pardubice (CZE) 04-06 August

Ponies - Europe / Saumur (FRA) 25-30 July

EVENTING Young Riders

DRESSAGE Ponies

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st GBR Amy Young / Highville, Gemma Tattersall / Jesters Quest

1st GBR Amy Young / Highville

Lauren Shannon / Quixotic, Alice Dunsdon / Master Taldi

2nd SUI

Leslie-Ann Weiss / Carrabawn View, Stefan Bienz / Zappa IV

Lauriane Marro / Gamine De Charriere, Jrina Giesswein / Irana IV CH

2nd ITA

3rd GER Sabrina Mertens / Divolo, Sandra Auffarth / Carlos 205

16 62

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

1st GER Lydia Camp / Dulcia

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

6 49

Finished the comp teams:

Sanneke Rothenberger / Konrad 15, Annabel Frenzen / Flamenco Star

34

Laurens Sliepenbeek / Hoby, Maria Van Den Dungen / Milkshake

EVENTING Juniors

Sofie Seemann / Ferrari, Kristina Moller / Casio

Total NFs: Total competitors:

11 36

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2nd GER Laura Klaphake / Jerome, Katrin Eckermann / Karwin 2

Johanna Dörner / Eden Rock 2, Benjamin Winter / Wild Thing Z

nd

2 GER Julia Krajewski / Leading Edge 2

Dani Cuomo / Ballin Willow, Georgie Spence / Song For Gull

rd

3 FRA Laurene Blin Delamare / Askinamoe Daisy, Astier Nicolas / Jhakti Du Janlie

8 28

3 GER Franziska Roth / Dictus J

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

6 50

Finished the comp teams:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st NED Carmen Romer / Fadilah R

Anna Soriano Lluch / Hoor, Pablo Brome Silva / Placentera

Jessica Giraldo Aretxaga / Ilargi

3rd BEL

Laura Houassin / Dm Chaman, Maureen Cuisenaire / Inka

3rd UAE Sh Abdul Aziz Bin Faisal Al Qasimi / Indy

Julien Delcourt / Ranin

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Carlo Di Battista / Amir Di Pegaso

D’Aurabelle

7 36

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

7 39

Finished the comp teams:

21

8 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- -

Finished the comp teams:

64

VAULTING Juniors TEAM RESULTS LONGEUR/HORSE 1st GER Team Germany, Alexandra Knauf / Key West 2nd AUT Team Austria, Jacqueline Helm / Viva Alegria Team Italy, Nelson Vidoni / Harley

Total NFs: Total competitors:

8 64

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

12 19

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 23

Finished the comp teams:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st GER Franca Lüdeke / Hillery 5, Ben Leuwer / Friedrichshof

1st GER Franca Lüdeke / Hillery 5

Nikola Von Spies / Masarati 1, Anja Günther / Grey Dancer 2

2nd BEL

Kelly Vercauteren / Crack-Drum Vh, Valentine Gabriel / Borghof’s Hylke

Calle Poelmans / Brainstormer, Elise Korsten / Maistero

28

2nd GBR Libby Soley / Noble Sprink Bok 3rd BEL

Kelly Vercauteren / Crack-Drum VH

Sienna Myson-Davies / Welton Jazz, Amy Hawley / Billy Joe Bob

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Europe / München-Riem (GER) 20-23 July

3rd ITA

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Laetitia Goncalves / Jasmina Des Ayssade 2nd ITA

15 66

3rd GBR Libby Soley / Noble Sprink Bok, Chloe Kirkpatrick / Puzzle IV

14 57

Rozalie Donze / Chaveta II, Morgane De Chastenet / Jimmerdor De Florys

EVENTING Ponies

2nd ESP

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3rd GBR Louise Saywell / Kadia Mouche

29

ENDURANCE Young Riders & Juniors 1st FRA Nicolas Vazquez / Orsane, Andrea Pulicani / Spiga

Patrick Stühlmeyer / Epi, Greta Reinacher / Nacy

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Europe / Zabreh na Morave (CZE) 15-17 September

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd NED Wouter Vos / Hertogin

rd

Charlotte Racois / Kopa Des Boires, Marion Senechal / Ilicite La Blanche NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

31

Matthew Sampson / Lakeland Little, Rebecca Roe / Aroldo

3rd FRA Julia Dallamano / Black Devil, Daphné Ratzel / Iago Lavergne

nd

2 GBR Laura Collett / Fernhill Sox, Emily Llewellyn / Society Spice

Finished the comp teams:

1st GBR Daniel Neilson / Micklou Madness

1st GBR Laura Collett / Fernhill Sox

14 59

3 16

1st GBR Daniel Neilson / Micklou Madness, Louise Saywell / Kadia Mouche

1st GER Julia Krajewski / Leading Edge 2, Franziska Roth / Dictus J

Total NFs: Total competitors:

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

8 8

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

3rd NED Angela Krooswijk / Power And Paint

JUMPING Ponies

Europe / Necarne Castle (IRL) 14-17 September

2nd GER Louisa Lüttgen / Dornik B

3rd DEN Carina Nevermann Torup / Kastanienehof’s Vitus, Cathrine Dufour / Moonlight

3rd GER Antje Deparade / Komtess 77

10 24

1st GER Lydia Camp / Dulcia, Louisa Lüttgen / Dornik B 2nd NED Michelle Van Lanen / Basalt, Angela Krooswijk / Power And Paint

Luca Roman / Fute Vergoignan

Christiana Meyer / Allrounder Bo, Marie-Louisa Meyer / I’m No Angel

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

14 56

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

12 9

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 48

Finished the comp teams:

42


JUMPING Young Riders TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st USA Julie Welles / Felix Des Noues, Natalie Johnson / Crocket 16

1st USA Evan Coluccio / Champigny

Region 1

Region 3

Cody Auer / Okido, Maggie Mcalary / Pedro

2nd USA Miasha Fisher / Kitty 41, Carolyn Kelly / Omona A.W Region 2

2nd USA Maggie Mcalary / Pedro Region 1

Addison Phillips / Flight, Hillary Dobbs / Vdl Lotus Excel

3rd MEX Javier Berganza / H.B.C. Heaumes Des Malais, Alfredo Miguel / Accolino

Jose Alberto Martinez / Leonard, Andres Torres Hernandez / Libero

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 34

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 12

3rd USA Natalie Johnson / Crocket 16 Region 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 10

Finished the comp teams:

22

JUMPING Juniors TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st USA Hilary Vijan / Gandolf, Catie Boone / Naleida

1st USA Catie Boone / Naleida

Region 2/5

Region 2/5

Nicole Lakin / Alaska, Clementine Goutal / Rastella

2nd USA Paris Sellon / Aurora, Erica Buie / Lady D

2nd USA Nicole Lakin / Alaska

Region 10

Region 2/5

Aurora Griffin / Scarlett, Hannah Selleck / Bauer

3rd CAN Amanda Knowles / Mill Creek Marco, Lauren Patava / Revelin

3rd USA Paris Sellon / Aurora Region 10

Hannah Anderson / Papillon, Bianca Lafontaine / Cardoso

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 30

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 6

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 9

Finished the comp teams:

24

North American Young Riders Championship / Lexington, VA (USA) 01-06 August EVENTING Young Riders

DRESSAGE Young Riders TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st CAN Alexandra Duncan / Elektra, Pia Fortmuller / Donagna

2 38

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Area 2

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 14

Finished the comp teams:

34

DRESSAGE Juniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

Breanne Willoughby-Brown / Espori De Chanay

2 30

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Area 4

2nd USA Hannah Holland Shook / Cape Town

2 22

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 3

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 19

Finished the comp teams:

18

Area 6/8

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

Area 2

- 15

Finished the comp teams:

Callie Judy / Kilkenny Castle, Meaghan Marinovich / Ahlerich

29

2 28

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Area 4

Area 6/8

3rd USA Caitlin Silliman / Twain

Leah Kramkowski / Midnight, Lela Hanagan / Benjamin Bunny

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st USA Katlyn Mcmorris / Clifton Peekachu 2nd USA Jessica Rice / I’m So Brite

Melissa Miller / Scotchfelder’s, Alexandra Caspary / Maletto V

3rd USA Caitlin Silliman / Twain, Julia Ward / Squeezable Softly

Region 3

2 1

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd USA Jessica Rice / I’m So Brite, Alana Amack / Wonder Not

Region 1

3rd USA Amanda Stearns / Mitchell

Alexa Rice / Nightwind, Margot Benedict / Bari

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1 USA Katlyn Mcmorris / Clifton Peekachu, Cassidy Lundmark / What’s Shakin

Region 1

Anna Stovall / Ambitious

3rd USA Meagan Davis / Cachet, Frederica Crafts / Ranjeri Region 8

Kelly List / Minstral, Laura Thompson / Quinn

st

1 USA Julie McKean / Stravinsky

2nd CAN Amy Jager / Jive, Jessica Rhinelander / Allende, Danielle Mckinnon / Noma Tender,

3rd CAN Jessica Digenova / Upolu

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

1 USA Julie McKean / Stravinsky, Hannah Holland Shook / Cape Town

Area 1/3

Stephanie Boyer / Macloud, Emilee Libby / Golden Malt

EVENTING Juniors

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE Region 1

2nd USA Rebecca Barron / Oberon

3rd CAN Jessica Digenova / Upolu, Waylon Roberts / Paleface

Region 3

2 4

Area 2

Kate Luce / Fox In Flight

2nd USA Alexandra Zavoyna / Merloch, Ashley Adams / Vaunted

3rd USA Caroline Roffman / Bulgari 5

Erin Moran / Widerhall, Jocelyn Wiese / Lamborghini

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Region 7

3rd USA Caroline Roffman / Bulgari 5, Kayce Redmond / Lipton Region 3

Area 1/3

2nd USA Amanda Harlan / Liberte

Allie Nichols / Lexington, Brittany Mc Carthy / Cinbad

1st USA Alexandra Zavoyna / Merloch

1 USA Rebecca Barron / Oberon, Dana Widstrand / Relentless Pursuit

Region 5

Tara Dougans / Nashua, Gabrielle Anderson / Talisman

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

1st USA Bobbie Mckee / Jamalone

2nd USA Kassandra Barteau / Bentley, Kaitlyn Hamilton / Noviembre Region 2

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2 4

Area 2

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 24

Finished the comp teams:

21

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Americas Young Horses Championship / Monterrey (MEX) 23-29 October

South American Young Riders & Americas Juniors & Children Championships / Buenos Aires (ARG) 23-26 October

JUMPING 5 Years

JUMPING Young Riders

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st ARG Eduardo Perez / Selim, Ary Werthein / Odilia

1st BRA Fernando P. Schilis / Pp Inca

Juan Ramos / L.V. Arenga Z

3rd BRA Rodrigo Lambre / Katina

nd

nd

2 BRA 1 Maria Luisa Malzone / Mc Thunder, Eduardo Filizola / Rsc Gold Lak

2 BRA Juan Ramos / L.V. Arenga Z Total NFs: Total competitors:

Fernando P. Schilis / Pp Inca

rd

3 BRA 2 Simone Macedo Dos Santos / Forest Chiquita Z, Krizia Galvao / Land Gazelle

1st BRA Franรงois Esteves / Ucaris 2nd MEX Juan Pina / Coiba

rd

7 15

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

- 49

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 15

Finished the comp teams:

-

- 39

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 15

Finished the comp teams:

-

- 26

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 15

Finished the comp teams:

-

3 CHI Samuel Parot Jr / North Cammon

Joao Vitor Marcon / Pactual Jmen

Total NFs: Total competitors:

4 14

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 2

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 12

Finished the comp teams:

12

JUMPING 6 Years INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st MEX Francisco Jose Lomelin / Quiron 2nd MEX Antonio Maurer / Cigala

JUMPING Juniors TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st BRA 1 Rodrigo Messeguer Cardoso / Liberius Jmen, Alessandra Bacellar / Regata Pioneiro

1st BRA Tomaz De Moraes Dantas / Aerobic

8 15

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2nd BRA Irineu Ghelen Filho / Jujuy Da Lagoa

Jose Nicodemus Da Rocha Venancio / Ovni, Irineu Ghelen Filho / Jujuy Da Lagoa

3rd ARG Jimena Vidaurre / Gin Brandy, Eduardo Espeche / Rafina Z

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Tomaz De Moraes Dantas / Aerobic, Stephan Barcha / Bella Des Chamois

2nd BRA 2 Mario Cia Jr / Snow II, Victor Consorti Evengelista / Cs Natural

3rd COL John Perez / Tarnot

JUMPING 7 Years

3rd BRA Stephan Barcha / Bella Des Chamois

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Rodrigo Luna Benitex / Remonta Bucanero, Valerio Baruzzo / Roxan S Corcovado

1st MEX Daniel Michan / Seraldo Total NFs: Total competitors:

4 17

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 5

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 13

Finished the comp teams:

12

2nd MEX Antonio Maurer / Puertas Blue Dream 3rd BRA Eduardo Menezes / Santa Clara Mujeriego Total NFs: Total competitors:

JUMPING Pre-Juniors TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st CHI Giulia Vassallo / Tentada, Hugo Manzanares / Andaluz

1st BRA Monica Siqueira De Paula / Lira Do Eldorado

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2nd CHI Francisca Hamann / Liberty II

Manuela R. Da Cunha / Adonis, Isabela Pacifico Homem / Royal Palma Pioneiro

3rd ARG Andrea Munoz / Tamanaco Arequipa, Benjamin Tula / Los Ombues Weinberg

Schannon Clifford / Ensueno, Carlos A. Mostard / Embrujo

2nd BRA Victor Cribari De Carvalho / Renski, Rafael Mesquita / Kiraly

4 15

3rd VEN Juan Andres Larrazabal / Rio Duero Abolengo

2006 FEI REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Leandro Dutruel / 3 Coronas Kaaba, Mariano Alday / Gamma Avia

Total NFs: Total competitors:

6 32

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

4 9

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 19

Finished the comp teams:

23

Balkan Championships / Bucharest (ROM) 24-27 August DRESSAGE Seniors TEAM RESULTS

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

JUMPING Children

1st GRE Greece

1st GRE Eleni Myrat / Cosmote Hitrol

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd ROM Romania

2nd BUL Svetlozar Kaschiev / Tarzan

1st CHI Nicolas Bornard / A.S. Hyo Darling, Joaquin Uauy / Rimini

1st CHI Joaquin Uauy / Rimini

3rd BUL Bulgaria

3rd ROM Bianca Raducan / Caramelle

Gonzalo Wolf / Liberty I, Rodolfo Morstard / Tres Amores

2nd BRA Ricardo Silva Souza / Flash Back, Victoria Izzi Gordon / Scheneider

4 9

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 7

Finished the comp teams:

8

Guilherme Sa Raiva / Le Bonbon, Cesar Alberto Ferreira Fo. / Habil

3rd ARG Lucio Juarez Chico / Miss Daisy, Guadalupe Gonzalez Poggie / Be Eme Sasha

Total NFs: Total competitors:

2nd BRA Guilherme Dutra Foroni / Sandy 3rd BRA Cesar Alberto Ferreira Fo. / Habil

DRESSAGE Juniors

Ana Laura Orbes / Gringa El Nogal, Rafael Sanchez / Nm Conan

TEAM RESULTS Total NFs: Total competitors:

11 54

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

6 14

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

5 29

Finished the comp teams:

40

1st GRE Christina Sahinoglou / Mercedes

1 GRE Greece 2nd ROM Romania

2nd MDA Alexandra Fainstein / Auls

3rd TUR Turkey

3rd GRE Hara Pouli / Ihor

Total NFs: Total competitors:

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INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

5 12

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

4 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 12

Finished the comp teams:

11

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Balkan Championships / Shumen (BUL) 06-09 July DRESSAGE Children

EVENTING Seniors

TEAM RESULTS

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

TEAM RESULTS DRIVER No team competition (minimum number of teams required not reached)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

1st TUR Turkey

1st GRE Ioulia Koudouni / Donnergroll

2nd GRE Greece

2nd TUR Damla Turhan / Royal Kid

2nd TUR Onur Taspinar / Herkul

3rd ROM Romania

3rd TUR Elif Gulec / Livano

3rd BUL Todor Todorov / Viglas

Total NFs: Total competitors:

4 12

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

4 -

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 11

Finished the comp teams:

12

JUMPING Seniors

5 13

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

- 13

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

TEAM RESULTS

- 10

Finished the comp teams:

1st GRE Karolina Vogdanou / Marlon

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

No team competition (minimum number of teams required not reached)

1st BUL Andrei Sashev / Dakota

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 4

Finished the comp teams:

-

3 ROM Daniel Ionut Bucur / Patima

1st

1st GUA Silvia Luna / Iron

GUA - A Christa

Silvia Luna / Iron, Silvia Roesch / Perla

5 1

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 16

Finished the comp teams:

18

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

st

1 TUR Melissa Hoskal / Fury Du Temple, Derin Demirsoy / Celena II Z

1 GRE Alexandros Mandrinos / Issu De Baussy

Jessica Kilic / Hafiz Du Rezidal, Lara Gündüz / Rica Vd

3rd GUA Juan Andres Rodriguez / Ruben

/ Weser Lady, Sarka Kolackova / Fernando

Anelle Descamps / Montego Bay, Wylder Rodriguez / Componist

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 15

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 3

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

- 15

Finished the comp teams:

2nd TUR Lara Gündüz / Rica Vd

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st GUA Fernando Beltranena / Lexington, Augusto Diaz-Duran / Persino

1st GUA Augusto Diaz - Duran / Persino

12

3rd GRE Monika Martini / Subliem

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 19

Finished the comp teams:

19

2nd GUA Juan Pablo Pivaral / Levendell

Victoria Heurtematte / Edelgraf

3rd HON Michele Motz / Ramina, José Molina / Quatro V

Svetlin Krastanov / Paper Boy, Konstantin E. Van Damme / Frederica 5 2

Eduardo Castillo / Venlo, Juan Pablo Pivaral / Levendell

2nd PAN Cristina Heurtematte / Facundo, Roberto Heurtematte / Gloire St. Loise

Monika Martini / Subliem, Alexandros Mandrinos / Issu De Baussy

3rd BUL Ivan Kisiov / Godstajn, Eli Sokerova / Espero

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd GRE Stefania Mourouzi / Indiana, Eleonora Meliou / Libero V

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Joanna Lardizabal / Glastone, Allan Sierra / Katermo

GUA - B Isabel Castillo

JUMPING Seniors

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd GUA Christa Dauber / Jonjheer

3rd HON Daniela Kluck / Keevanck

JUMPING Children

6 21

Dauber / Jonjheer, Juan Andres Rodriguez / Ruben

2nd GUA Silvia Luna / Iron

Günes Sarmat / Domingo

Total NFs: Total competitors:

-

1st GUA Christa Dauber / Jonjheer rd

3 TUR Atahan Deliormanli / Bombas, Talya Hakim / Jordi II

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Finished the comp teams:

COMBINED INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd GRE Dimitris Mandrinos / Jonky De Baussy

Bodga Leonte / Hanibal, Raul Ilioi / Abc Kosima

- 5

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

Constantinos Gounaras / Sylmor, Dimitris Mandrinos / Jonky De Baussy

rd

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

3rd

1st GRE Filippos Hager / Anloka

2nd ROM Luka Ruxandariu / Zvon, Daniel Ionut Bucur / Patima

- 6

DRESSAGE Young Riders

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st GRE Filippos Hager / Anloka, Spyridon Kouvelos / Raslar

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2nd HON Daniela Kluck / Keevanck, Karen Atala / Jim

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

6 19

These games were held in 2006 due to bad weather conditions

JUMPING Juniors

Total NFs: Total competitors:

2 6

2005 Central American Games / Antigua, Guatemala (GUA) 27 February - 07 March

3 GRE Tzortzina Argyropoulou / Fakir Du Manoir - 9

-

2006 FEI REGIONAL GAMES

rd

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

Finished the comp teams:

-

2nd SCG Katarina Ilic / Gijom

4 9

- 8

TEAM RESULTS DRIVER

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

No team competition (minimum number of teams required not reached)

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1st TUR Iskender Pisak / Baeqardens Lorri

JUMPING Young Riders

- 11

2nd BUL Iana Terzieva / Daglas

3rd TUR Serra Onkal / Lanjaron

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3rd ROM Viorela Bubau / Marele Senior

2nd GRE Natassa Fouki / Kannana S Gigi Z

Total NFs: Total competitors:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

No team competition (minimum number of teams required not reached)

Total NFs: Total competitors:

3 11

EVENTING Juniors

Balkan Championships / Porto Carras, Thessaloniki (GRE) 01-03 September

TEAM RESULTS

Total NFs: Total competitors:

1st BUL Miroslav Iliev / Markiz

3rd PAN Cristina Heurtematte / Facundo

Daniela Pineda / Jamaica, Teresa Mills / Q’cher

Total NFs: Total competitors:

4 19

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 8

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 19

Finished the comp teams:

11

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Asian Games / Doha (QAT) 01-15 December ENDURANCE Seniors

DRESSAGE Seniors

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st HON Guillermo Sandoval / Tdi, Mario Pineda / Big Brother

1st CRC Cesar Vargas / Ali

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st KOR Jun Sang Choi / Dancing Boy II, Dong Seon Kim / Pleasure 18

1st KOR Jun Sang Choi / Dancing Boy II

Porfirio Lardizabal / Abril, Leonel Castillo / Sheik

2nd CRC Cesar Vargas / Ali, Francisco Chavez / Lfm Black

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd MAS Diani Lee Cheng Ni / Antschar, Alia Soraya Putri / Chagall Junior

2nd GUA Jaime Mansilla Vargas / Dukzal

Oscar Delgado Cerdas / Faraon

3 18

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 11

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 8

Finished the comp teams:

2

DRESSAGE Seniors INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

st

1 COL Raul Corchuelo / Highlander, Eduardo Munoz / Saronno

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

2 COL Raul Corchuelo / Highlander 3rd MEX Olof Peter Mikael Nordlander / Putphyr

2 15

Finished the comp teams:

2 COL Carlos Ramirez / Amazonas

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

3 MEX Francisco Pasquel / Jeremias

6 6

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3 24

Finished the comp teams:

22

JUMPING Seniors TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st ARG Ezequiel Sack / El Regresso Conga, Hernan Mones Ruiz / Darwing Z

1st ARG Lucas Coimbras / Major Jalisco

Matias Albarracin / Gam Cou Cou, Martin Dopazo / Adela Lina

2nd BRA Lucas Coimbras / Major Jalisco, Jose Luis Guimaraes De Carvalho / Olympia

2nd BRA Jose Roberto Reynoso Fernandes / Long

Jose Roberto Reynoso Fernandes / Long Neck HV, Eric Zorzetto / M.C. Maquina Voadora

3rd CHI Samuel Parot / Signature , Augustin Covarrubias / Prince Forlegato

Neck HV

3rd ARG Martin Dopazo / Adela Lina

Joaquin Larrain / Petra Metodo, Bernardo Naveillan / Aquino

Total NFs: Total competitors:

7 23

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NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

19 64

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

15 6

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

4 19

Finished the comp teams:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1st QAT Ab Aliejaill / Quinten, Rashid Alazbaa / Bonny C

1st JPN Yoshiaki Oiwa / Khanjer Black

48

Awad Alqahtani / Langata Soon, Ali Almarri / Reality Z 2nd QAT Ab Aliejaill / Quinten

Shigeyuki Hosono / Ipeca, Daisuke Kato / Homme Du Gue 3rd MAS Husref Malek Jeremiah / Dashper

Deep Kumar Ahlawat / Tipu, Palvinder Singh / Naksh

Total NFs: Total competitors:

2006 South American Games (ODESUR) / Buenos Aires (ARG) 09-12 November

Jasmine Chen / Comodoro

Abdullah Humaid Al Muhairi / Quatro H, Mohamad Al Kumaiti / Almutawakel

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

John Perez / Misabelle, Ricardo Alberto Villa / Condorito

3rd TPE

rd

3 COL Carlos Ramirez / Amazonas, Carlos Lopez / Realist

9 28

2nd KOR Jung-hyun Joo / Seven Up 15

Jae-Hong Park / Pinocchio, Jung-Hyun Joo / Seven Up 15

3rd IND Bhagirath Singh / Guddu, Rajesh Pattu / Shahzada

nd

Eduardo Antonio Castillo / Venlo Mister P, Juan Andres Rodriguez / Naomi

Total NFs: Total competitors:

25

Kamal Bahamdan / Campus 8, Abdullah Al Sharbatly / Hugo Gesmeray

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Andres Gomez / El Comanche, Alberto Michan / Risque Tout

rd

1st QAT Ali Al Rumaihi / Nagano

1 PUR Mark Watring / Sapphire

2 GUA Juan Pablo Pivaral / Lavendel, Alvaro Enrique Tejada / Novello Girl

1st KSA Khaled Al Eid / Alriyadh, Abdullah Bin Metab Al Saud / Saudia

2nd JPN Yoshiaki Oiwa / Khanjer Black, Ikko Murakami / Intoransit

st

nd

Finished the comp teams:

EVENTING Seniors

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

1 MEX Francisco Pasquel / Jeremias, Hector Caro / O’Karla

- 12

19

JUMPING Seniors st

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

3rd UAE Latifa Al Maktoum / Kalaska De Semilly, Abdullah Mohd Al Marri / Secret D’Amour

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

7 25

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

5 2

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

nd

Sylvia Denice Luna De Spillari / Iron, Juan Andres Rodriguez / Ruben 7 21

2nd KOR Sang-Wuk Song / Clinton H, Soon-Won Hwang / Jakomo 2

Bernadette Pujals / Bindu, Omar Zayrik / Hayco

Total NFs: Total competitors:

7 25

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

3rd GUA Christa Dauber De Arias / Serafino, Silvia Regina Maria De Lourdes Roesch / Perla

Asuka Sakurai / Watten Kieker, Yukiko Noge / Lanchester Kouko

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Constanza Jaramillo / Rosen, Maria Ines Garcia / Ciroaco

2 MEX Olof Peter Mikael Nordlander / Putphyr, Jose Luis Padilla Moreno / Donnersberg

3rd MAS Mohd Qabil Mahamad Fathil / Charming 8

st

1 COL Eduardo Munoz / Saronno

nd

Quzandria Nur Mahamad Fathil / Havel, Mohd Qabil Mahamad Fathil / Charming 8

JUMPING Seniors

2006 Central American & Carribean Games / Bogota (COL) 17-24 July

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

2nd JPN Yukiko Noge / Lanchester Kouko

3rd JPN Kumiko Sakamoto / Rabano, Masanao Takahashi / Cleveland 2

3rd CRC Francisco Chavez / Lfm Black

Total NFs: Total competitors:

Soo Jin Shin / M. Donner Boy II, Jung Kyun Suh / Caleostro

5 3

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 16

Finished the comp teams:

19

9 32

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

7 6

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

2 25

Finished the comp teams:

21


FEI World Cup™ Final Driving Four-in-Hand / Göteborg (SWE) 13-16 April DRIVING

ENDURANCE Seniors TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE 1st

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

UAE Sh. Rasid Bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Magic Glenn (Nashmi)

Sh. Hamdan Bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Jazyk, Sh. Ahmed Al Maktoum / Kamel Armor

Sh. Majid Bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Fulya-Muneef

2 BRN Sh. Nasser Bin Al Khalifa / Shar Rushkin, Ahmed Hamad Al Rowaiei / Lormar Lorraine Sh. Khalid Bin Al Khalifa / Henham Charlie Brown,

Sh. Duaij Salman Al Khalifa / Moolmanshoek Pula

1st NED Ysbrand Chardon 2nd GER Michael Freund

Glenn (Nashmi)

Werner Ulrich

nd

2 BRN Sh. Nasser Bin Al Khalifa / Shar Rushkin Total NFs:

3rd QAT Essa Al Mannai / Jibbah Goar, Al Hajri Fahad Mohammed / Tequila

1st UAE Sh. Rasid Bin Mohd Al Maktoum / Magic

3rd SUI

nd

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS DRIVER

5

Total competitors:

7

3rd UAE Sultan Bin Sulayem / Iknour De La Bire

Ali Yousuf Al Malki / Bashar Silver Shadow, Sh. Mohamed Al Thani / Jamila Du Cles

Total NFs: Total competitors:

9 44

NFs with teams: Number of individual competitors:

8 13

NFs with Individuals only: Finished the competition individuals:

1 19

Finished the comp teams:

11

2006 FEI CHILDREN’S INTERNATIONAL JUMPING COMPETITION FINAL Children’s International Final / Spruce Meadows, Calgary (CAN) 23-28 October JUMPING

2006 FEI WORLD CUP™ FINALS

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st CAN Taylor Bland / Tango

FEI World Cup™ Final Dressage / Amsterdam (NED) 20-23 April

2nd CAN Ben Asselin / Serrano 3rd CAN Jake Krembil / Caretino

DRESSAGE Total NFs:

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

9

Total competitors:

32

1st NED Anky Van Grunsven / Keltec Salinero 2nd GER Isabell Werth / Warum Nicht FRH 3rd SWE Jan Brink / Bjorsells Briar 899 Total NFs:

6

Total competitors:

12

FEI World Cup™ Final Jumping / Kuala Lumpur (MAS) 25-30 April

World Breeding Championship for Young Dressage Horses / Verden (GER) 03-06 August DRESSAGE 5 Years

JUMPING

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

1st NED Patrick Van Der Meer / Uzzo

1st GER Marcus Ehning / Sandro Boy 2nd IRL

Jessica Kurten / Castle Forbes

3rd SUI

Beat Mandli / Ideo Du Thot

Total NFs:

2006 FEI WORLD BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR YOUNG HORSES

19

Total competitors:

2nd GER Ulf Möller / Sir Donnerhall 3rd GBR Susan Pape / San Remo 94

35

Total NFs:

14

Total competitors:

35

Number of individual competitors:

35

Finished the competition individuals:

15

Number of individual competitors:

36

Finished the competition individuals:

15

DRESSAGE 6 Years FEI World Cup™ Final Eventing / Malmö (SWE) 20-24 September

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

EVENTING

1st GER Ingrid Klimke / Damon Hill NRW 2nd NED Sarah Van Fessem / Hyperion’s Tanirma

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

3rd GER Brigitte Wittig / Biagiotti WW

1st FRA Nicolas Touzaint / Galan De Sauvagere Total NFs:

2nd FRA Jean Lou Bigot / Derby De Longueval

15

Total competitors:

36

rd

3 GER Andreas Dibowski / FRH Little Lemon Total NFs:

12

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Total competitors:

38

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World Breeding Championship for Young Jumping Horses / Lanaken (BEL) 21-24 September JUMPING 5 Years

EVENTING CCI1 * (6 Years)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

STUDBOOKS RESULTS

1st NED Roelof Bril / Calvados Z

1st SWE Niklas Lindbäck / Mister Pooh

1st SWB - Swedish Warmblood

2nd BEL

2nd GER Michael Jung / La Biosthetique - Sam

2nd BAD - WÜ - Baden - Württemberg

3rd GER Michael Meier / Rio 208

3rd OLDBG - Oldenburger Pferdes

Wilm Vermeir / Ballade Van Het

3rd GER André Thieme / Coco 135 Total NFs:

30

Total competitors:

198

Number of individual competitors:

198

Finished the competition individuals:

45

JUMPING 6 Years 1st GBR David Mcpherson / Pikachu De Muze 2nd USA Alan Waldman / Tello

Number of individual competitors:

62

finished the competition individuals:

TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

STUDBOOKS RESULTS

1st FRA Aurélien Kahn / Lord De Ligniere

1st

nd

3rd BRA Luis Ichaso / Aloubet - Grannus 35

20

54

EVENTING CCI2* (7 Years)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

Total NFs:

Total NFs/Studbooks:

Total competitors:

203

Number of individual competitors:

203

Finished the competition individuals:

40

SF - Selle Français

nd

2 GER Kai Rüder / Katmandu 7

2 Unknown

3rd GBR Mary King / Kings Gem

3rd Unknown

Total NFs/Studbooks:

18

Number of individual competitors:

61

finished the competition individuals:

49

JUMPING 7 Years INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

World Breeding Championship for Young Endurance Horses / Compiègne (FRA) 26 - 28 August

1st SWE Svante Johnasson / Classic Lady

ENDURANCE 7-8 Years

2nd GBR Laura Renwick / Limelight De Breve

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE

3rd BEL Total NFs:

Jan Van Dyck / Wunderboy VD 25

Total competitors:

1st FRA Jean-Philippe Frances / Kedjari Des Serres 149

Number of individual competitors:

149

Finished the competition individuals:

33

2nd FRA Stéphanie Arnal / Liana El Baraka 3rd BEL Total NFs:

JUMPING Sire INDIVIDUAL RESULTS RIDER/HORSE 1st NED Vincent Voorn / Gestion Priamus Z 2nd NED Angélique Hoorn / O’Brien 3rd FRA Patrice Delaveau / Quincy (DE) Total NFs:

16

Total competitors:

48

Number of individual competitors:

48

Finished the competition individuals:

World Breeding Championship for Young Eventing Horses / le Lion d’Angers (FRA) 19-22 October EVENTING Studbook results TEAM RESULTS RIDER / HORSE

STUDBOOKS RESULTS

1st FRA Aurélien Kahn / Lord De Ligniere, Fabrice Lucas / Mistral Des Texes

1st SF - Selle Français

Karim Florent Laghouag / Mozart De Bonneville

2nd GBR Polly Stockton / Westwood Jocker

GER Frank Ostholt / Mr Medicott

IRL

2nd ISH - Irish Sport Horse

Steven Smith / Tinkabella

3rd FRA Brice Luda / Mill’pom Gevaudan

3rd AA - Anglo Arabe

SWE Elin Götesson / Be My Access, Viktoria Carlerbäck / Moustic De Canta

Total NFs/Studbooks:

24/11

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Number of team competitors:

33

finished the competition teams:

11

40

Romuald Theisman / Naseera Ewalraid 15

Total competitors:

84

Number of individual competitors:

84

Finished the competition individuals:

48


INTERNATIONAL EVENTS ORGANISED BY NATIONAL FEDERATIONS (NFs)

(GAMES, CH, CIO, CI - SENIORS, Y, J, P, CH) 1996 - 2006 COUNTRY

ABBREV. AFFILIATION GROUP

96

97

98

99

00

01

02 03

04

05

06

Netherlands Antilles

AHO

1986

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Algeria

ALG

1963

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

0

Andorra

AND

1998

1

n.a. n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Antigua

ANT

1997

4

n.a. 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Argentina

ARG

1928

6

4

5

10

9

7

12

23

27

44

79

Armenia

ARM

1999

3

n.a. n.a.

5

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

American Samoa

ASA

1999

4

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Australia

AUS

1950

8

22 25

24

38

42

59

81

79

68

98

94

Austria

AUT

1928

1

19 23

25

26

28

20

40

40

50

50

65

Azerbaijan

AZE

1997

3

n.a. 0

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

24 27

27

24

34

30

56

52

0

57

62

Bermuda

BER

1976

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

68

0

0

Belarus

BLR

1993

3

2

4

3

3

2

2

2

4

1

4

9

Bolivia

BOL

1959

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

2

3

Botswana

BOT

1993

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

2

4

4

Brazil

BRA

1935

6

10 9

14

13

14

29

49

45

1

43

68

Bahrain

BRN

1985

7

0

0

0

0

4

3

7

43

16

12

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

1

1

0

3

3

3

3

5

6

0

7

7

0

Brunei

BRU

2001

8

n.a. n.a.

Bulgaria

BUL

1928

3

2

Canada

CAN

1950

4

11 13

11

18

13

27

96

40

6

46

48

Cayman Islands

CAY

2004

4

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

1

2

1

Chile

CHI

1935

6

0

1

4

0

4

5

9

4

0

16

14

China

CHN

1983

8

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

9

0

0

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

2

1

Cameroon

CMR

2005

9

n.a. n.a.

Congo Democratic Republic

COD

1980

9

1

1

Colombia

COL

1947

5

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

8

5

Costa Rica

CRC

1973

5

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

2

2

3

Croatia

CRO

1992

1

3

1

1

2

1

2

1

2

3

2

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

8

7

6

12

11

5

14

19

16

24

32

Denmark

DEN

1921

2

10 10

5

8

6

9

21

12

32

38

31

Dominican Republic

DOM

1979

5

1

0

0

0

2

0

0

2

3

2

5

Ecuador

ECU

1957

5

1

0

0

2

0

2

0

0

3

2

3

Egypt

EGY

1946

7

1

1

1

0

2

2

1

1

4

4

3

El Salvador

ESA

1972

5

0

0

0

1

1

1

5

0

2

2

3

Spain

ESP

1924

1

23 18

15

25

40

38

46

41

44

48

38

Estonia

EST

1992

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

5

4

Ethiopia

ETH

1994

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Finland

FIN

1923

2

5

5

2

3

6

6

7

11

7

10

8

France

FRA

1921

1

53 61

70

62

85

82

123

183

195 208 249

Great Britain

GBR

1925

2

19 23

24

27

32

25

68

58

70

70

76

Georgia

GEO

1999

3

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2006 73


COUNTRY Germany

ABBREV. AFFILIATION GROUP GER

1927

2

96

97

40 55

Greece

GRE

1938

1

1

Grenada

GRN

1999

4

n.a. n.a.

3

Guatemala

GUA

1949

5

0

Haiti

HAI

1999

4

n.a. n.a.

0

98

99

00

01

59

60

86

77

02 03 138

146

05

06

COUNTRY

135 185

179

New Zealand

NZL

1951

04

ABBREV. AFFILIATION GROUP 8

96

97

10 13

98

99

00

01

02 03

04

05

06

13

24

27

33

33

36

37

38

39

1

1

1

1

4

5

6

4

12

Oman

OMA

1986

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Pakistan

PAK

1982

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

4

1

1

3

4

19

Panama

PAN

1989

5

1

0

0

1

1

1

1

0

1

3

3

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

3

Paraguay

PAR

1980

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

2

Hong Kong

HKG

1978

8

1

1

1

0

1

1

1

0

3

1

0

Peru

PER

1952

5

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

2

Honduras

HON

1985

5

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Philippines

PHI

1975

8

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

4

0

Hungary

HUN

1927

1

10 10

11

9

9

6

12

18

18

31

24

Palestine

PLE

1999

7

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Indonesia

INA

1975

8

0

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Poland

POL

1975

2

9

10

13

9

8

17

33

32

36

36

3

10

India

IND

1971

8

2

1

3

1

1

2

0

6

1

3

1

Portugal

POR

1928

1

10 4

5

4

11

15

17

11

35

47

41

Iran

IRI

1959

3

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

3

Puerto Rico

PUR

1964

5

1

2

0

0

2

2

2

0

3

4

4

Ireland

IRL

1931

2

9

13

13

20

21

12

24

18

23

26

21

Qatar

QAT

1982

7

0

2

0

0

0

3

6

10

20

18

15

Iceland

ISL

1997

2

n.a. 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Romania

ROM

1930

1

3

4

2

3

2

3

4

3

5

5

7

Israel

ISR

1986

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

6

3

2

South Africa

RSA

1947

9

5

7

6

5

5

10

7

14

35

29

44

Virgin Islands

ISV

1977

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Russia

RUS

1993

3

3

3

4

5

2

3

10

13

19

22

26

88

Senegal

SEN

1994

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Singapore

SIN

1975

8

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Italy

ITA

1921

1

30 31

34

46

61

68

Jamaica

JAM

1983

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

103 108

Jordan

JOR

1988

7

1

0

1

3

1

1

1

0

5

2

3

Slovenia

SLO

1992

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

3

5

2

2

3

Japan

JPN

1921

8

7

7

9

16

12

8

10

14

13

9

11

San Marino

SMR

1989

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

115 109 1

2

Kazakhstan

KAZ

1993

3

0

0

1

1

1

1

2

6

3

4

5

Serbia (1)

SRB

1930

1

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

Kenya

KEN

1996

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Sri Lanka

SRI

2004

8

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

Kyrgyzstan

KGZ

1993

3

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

Sudan

SUD

1996

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Korea

KOR

1952

8

1

1

0

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

Switzerland

SUI

1923

1

11 11

15

13

11

13

18

19

13

23

21

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

3

2

1

3

4

6

7

6

Saudi Arabia

KSA

1990

7

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

10

2

Suriname

SUR

2000

4

n.a. n.a.

Kuwait

KUW

1980

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0

Slovakia

SVK

1993

1

2

3

Latvia

LAT

1992

2

1

3

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

Sweden

SWE

1921

2

10 8

13

13

8

12

22

18

28

30

28

Libya

LBA

1970

7

1

1

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Swaziland

SWZ

1999

9

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

Lesotho

LES

2002

9

n.a. n.a.

Lebanon

LIB

1957

7

0

Liechtenstein

LIE

1984

1

Lithuania

LTU

1992

2

3

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

Syria

SYR

1971

7

1

2

0

1

1

4

3

1

9

2

1

0

0

0

1

0

2

0

3

2

0

Thailand

THA

1983

8

1

4

2

0

2

0

0

3

0

0

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

Turkmenistan

TKM

1997

3

n.a. n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

Chinese Taipei

TPE

1975

8

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

2

2

1

Luxemburg

LUX

1956

1

4

Madagascar

MAD

2005

9

n.a n.a

0

1

3

3

4

3

7

2

7

1

Trinidad & Tobago

TRI

1998

4

n.a. n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

0

0

Tunisia

TUN

1961

7

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

1

1

0

1

Morocco

MAR

1958

7

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Turkey

TUR

1932

1

1

2

4

2

4

3

0

3

2

8

2

Malaysia

MAS

1981

8

2

5

5

1

5

13

8

6

15

14

13

United Arab Emirates

UAE

1985

7

2

0

3

11

13

22

21

23

7

26

25

Malawi

MAW

2002

9

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

Ukraine

UKR

1993

3

1

1

0

0

0

0

3

1

2

2

5

Moldova

MDA

1994

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Uruguay

URU

1960

6

0

2

1

3

1

1

0

1

8

23

27

156 179

162

Mexico

MEX

1938

5

6

11

5

4

4

5

2

12

6

16

19

United States of America

USA

1921

4

44 37

32

53

56

81

106

115

Mongolia

MGL

1998

8

n.a. n.a.

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Uzbekistan

UZB

1993

3

0

0

1

1

1

2

1

Former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia

MKD

2003

1

n.a. n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

0

0

0

0

Venezuela

VEN

1947

5

3

2

3

2

0

1

1

0

Malta

MLT

1999

1

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Zambia

ZAM

1981

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Zimbabwe

ZIM

1956

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Monaco

MON

1995

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

1

0

3

2

Mauritius

MRI

1994

9

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Myanmar

MYA

1996

8

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Namibia

NAM

1992

9

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

3

5

9

4

Nicaragua

NCA

1999

5

n.a. n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Netherlands

NED

1924

2

25 28

29

32

36

23

40

43

53

62

72

Norway

NOR

1921

2

2

2

3

3

4

5

10

15

15

21

74 FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2006

3

0

1

1

1

3

2

3

0

0

1

2

3

* not applicable. Used to show that no international events were organised, either because the NF did not exist or was not affiliated to the FEI.

(1) In 2003, Yugoslavia changed its name to become Serbia and Montenegro (SCG). The Yugoslavian NF ceased to be a member of the FEI in 1993. It was formally re-affiliated at

the 2002 General Assembly. In 2006, Serbia & Montenegro became independent and Serbia (SRB) retained the affiliation.

FEI ANNUAL REPORT 2006 75


NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL EVENTS BY DISCIPLINE

JUMPING EVENT Games & Championships

EVENTING 1996

1997

2

11

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 5

4

6

10

12

9

11

55

33

EVENT Games & Championships

1996

1997

6

5

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 5

4

3

7

9

9

6

9

11

CSIO

27

27

29

32

39

38

34

47

50

41

50

CCIO 3*

0

0

0

0

3

2

2

0

0

0

0

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

n.a.

107

99

96

88

88

86

101

109

124

128

CCIO 2*

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

1

0

0

1

1

CSI 5* as of 2003

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

7

8

6

13

CCI 1*

45

42

41

25

44

63

CSI 4* as of 2003

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

30

33

26

30

CCI 2*

32

36

36

27

41

52

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

214

52

57

58

67

85

82

61

59

79

88

53 56 76 89 96 CCI 3*

11

13

16

19

17

21

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

47

50

35

47

47

45

49

48

60

72

76

CCI 4*

3

4

4

4

5

5

CIC 1*

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

10

49

53

60

76

87

91

92

93

87

72

59

56

73

76

105

82

300

296

278

297

323

353

354

395

423

490

490

CIC 2* n.a. n.a. 15 29 50

59

69

80

84

89

90

28

40

48

47

64

59

127

186

197

247

232

CIC 3* TOTAL

(if not included in the above) GRAND TOTAL

328

336

326

344

387

412

481

581

620

737

722

59

62

96

122

152

20

20

32

42

42

55

238

252

291

283

353

380

International Events YR, J, P

2

2

5

12

15

13

16

20

21

25

33

GRAND TOTAL

61

64

101

134

167

251

268

311

304

378

413

1996

1997

Games & Championships

1

2

2

2

1

1

3

2

2

4

2

CAIO

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

2

3

2

1

CAI - W

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

4

8

8

9

7

8

CAI - A

22

24

16

13

20

11

37

42

41

44

61

DRESSAGE EVENT

1996

1997

Games & Championships

2

7

8

7

7

12

13

4

15

10

15

CDIO

3

4

3

2

3

3

3

7

8

4

9

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

n.a.

n.a.

28

35

33

24

27

22

21

27

24

CDI 3* (former CDI)

57

52

26

24

27

37

49

47

56

61

75

CDI 2* (former CDA)

6

7

2

4

4

4

4

8

6

4

13

CDI 1* (former CDF) TOTAL

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

1

0

1

2

0

1

2

3

3

3

3

69

70

68

74

74

81

98

91

109

109

139

International Events YR, J, Ch, P

6

0

5

4

11

10

25

48

53

73

83

GRAND TOTAL

75

70

73

78

85

91

123

139

162

182

222

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DRIVING EVENT

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

CAI - B (up to 97 CAA & F)

13

3

10

11

10

7

46

35

39

48

35

TOTAL

38

31

30

28

33

24

96

89

94

105

107

CAIP, Cat. A et B (if not included in the above)

0

1

0

0

0

6

53

32

47

51

38

GRAND TOTAL

38

32

30

28

33

30

149

121

141

156

145

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ENDURANCE EVENT

PARA-EQUESTRIAN 1996

1997

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

EVENT

1996

1997

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Games & Championships

1

3

1

3

1

5

3

3

1

4

2

Games & Championships

CEIO

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

4

3

CPEDI 1*

1

CEI Cat. 1* and 2*

8

19

20

22

31

43

40

92

121

110

100

CPEDI 2*

3

CEI Cat. 3* and 4 *

14

5

21

38

46

91

119

121

146

146

149

CPEDI 3*

1

TOTAL

23

27

42

63

78

139

162

226

272

264

254

CPEDI 4*

1

International Events YR, J, Ch

0

0

2

0

4

8

24

17

28

89

139

CPEAI 1*

GRAND TOTAL

23

27

44

63

82

147

186

238

300

353

393

CPEAI 2* CPEAI 3*

VAULTING EVENT

1996

1997

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Games & Championships

1

1

CVI 2* (former CVI)

9

12

8

CVI 1* (former CVA)

1

0

0

TOTAL

11

13

9

10

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

9

7

5

9

6

6

10

9

0

0

1

2

2

1

6

5

8

7

12

9

8

17

16

REINING EVENT

1996

1997

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Games & Championships

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

1

1

1

2

2

CRIO

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

3

4

2

0

2

0

CRI Cat. A

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

1

1

n.a.

CRI Cat. B

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

0

0

0

27

38

n.a.

CRI 1*

27

CRI 2*

8

CRI 3*

2

CRI 4* TOTAL

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

3

5

3

29

43

1 40

CPEAI 4*

1

cpdim

1

cpedij 1*

1

TOTAL

9

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

EVENT

1996

1997

Jumping

328

336

326

344

387

412

481

581

620

737

722

Dressage

75

70

73

78

85

91

123

139

162

182

222

Eventing

61

64

101

134

167

251

286

311

304

378

413

Driving

38

32

30

28

33

30

149

121

141

156

145

Endurance

23

27

44

63

82

147

186

238

300

353

393

Vaulting

11

13

9

10

8

7

12

9

8

17

16

ALL 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Reining

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

3

5

3

29

43

40

Para-Equestrian

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

9

TOTAL

536

542

583

657

762

941

1242

1402

1564

1866

1951

NUMBER OF EVENTS 1900

1700

1500

1300

1100

900

700

500 1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

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FEI BUREAU AND STAFF

President

HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein (JOR)

1st Vice - President

Mr Sven Holmberg (SWE)

2nd Vice - President

Mr Christopher John Hodson (NZE)

Treasurer

Mr Alain Guillet (SUI)

Members

Dr Douk-Kee Ahn (KOR) Shk Khalid Bin Abdulla Al Khalifa (BRN) Mr Simon Brooks-Ward, Lvo Obe Td (GBR) Mr Cesare Croce (ITA) Mrs Diana M. Ramos De Leon (DOM) Dr Hanfried Haring (GER) Mr Ernst J. Holtz (RSA) Mrs Katherine E. Jackson (USA) Mr Ken E. Lalo (ISR) Dr Pablo Tomas Mayorga (ARG) Mr John C. Mcewen (GBR) Mr Richard Nicoll (USA) Mr Wayne Roycroft (AUS) Dr Hallvard Sommerseth (NOR) Mrs Mariette Withages-Dieltjens (BEL)

NAME AND FUNCTION

Secretary General Personal Assistant Manager Secretary General’s Office

Mr Michael Stone Mrs Lucinda Arsenio Mrs Sabrina Zeender

Development & Sports

Dr Harald Müller, Executive Director Development & Sports

Jumping • Games and Championships • FEI World Cup™ Jumping • FEI Nations Cup Series • Stewarding • FEI Calendar

Capt. John P. Roche, Director Ms Vicky-Eileen Baumann, Coordinator Mrs Deborah Riplinger, Assistant Mrs Françoise Scala, Assistant Ms Julie Pahud, Assistant

Dressage & Reining • Games and Championships • FEI World Cup™ Dressage

Ms Eva Salomon, Director Mrs Anna Milne, Assistant Mr Robert Johanson, Assistant Mrs Annick Chevalley, Assistant

Eventing & Olympic • Olympic Games • Multi-sports Games • Eventing Games and Championships • FEI World Cup™ Eventing

Ms Catrin Norinder, Director Ms Fabienne Diserens, Assistant Mrs Nathalie Desscan, Assistant Mr Carlo De Donato, Assistant

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NAME AND FUNCTION

Youth & Vaulting • Children • Pony Riders

Ms Nici Kennedy, Manager Vaulting, Pony Riders and Children

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

Ms Jacqueline Braissant, Director Mrs Farah Hameed, Assistant Ms Andreina Wipraechtiger, Assistant

Veterinary

Dr Frédérik Sluyter, Director Ms Lies De Backer, Veterinary Coordinator Ms Dominique Rochat, MCP Coordinator Ms Nina Wittek, Assistant

DEPARTMENT

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

DEPARTMENT

• Medication Control • Horse Welfare • Health Requirements for Horse Import • Veterinary Research

Legal • Statutes, General Regulations

• Disciplinary Actions • Positive Medication Cases • World Anti Doping Agency • Court of Arbitration for Sport

Mr Alexander Mclin, Deputy Secretary General and Executive Director Legal & IS Mr Mikael Rentsch, Legal Counsel Ms Laetitia Zumbrunnen, Legal Counsel Ms Diana Di Clemente, Assistant

Information Systems

Ms Catherine De Coulon, Coordinator

• Registration • Results / Rankings/ Standings/ Database • FEI Passports

Mrs Nicole Sigrist, Assistant Ms Mélody Meyer, Assistant Mrs Karen Logoz, Assistant Ms Laetitia Hügli, Assistant

Communications

Ms Malina Gueorguiev, Manager Mrs Olivia Robinson, Assistant

• Communication Strategy • Publications • Media Relations • PR Support to FEI Series & Championships • Website

Commercial

• Sponsorship • Television • Marketing Administration, Finance, Personnel • Human Resources • Accounts • Insurance • Logistics

Mr Christophe Troendle, Executive Director Commercial and Communications Ms Wiveka Lundh, Commercial Manager Mr Marcus Brugger, Marketing Manager Ms Sophie Ruiz-Leimer, Coordinator Ms Neerja Tannan, Executive Director Finance Administration & Human Resources Ms Chantal Sleurs, Human Resources Manager Mr Pierre-André Steffen, Accountant Mrs Patricia Cuénoud, Receptionist Mrs Anne Morin, Receptionist Mr François Luther, Coordinator General Services Ms Maria Antonia Grassi Byrne, Assistant Finance, Administration & Human Resources

Mr Ian Williams, Director Mrs Danièle Gutowski, Assistant Ms Emilie Leyvraz, Assistant

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IMPRESSUM

Photography

© (in the alphabetical order) Arnd Bronkhorst Dirk Caremans Nicolas Dupuis - Cosinus Production (www.cosinus-prod.com) Bernward Engelke Jan Gyllensten Roland Hashim Kate Houghton Kit Houghton Krasimir Iskarov (www.iskarov.com) Patrick Le Floch Jim Prime (Prime Photography) Foto Rüchel Anne Rui (Epona Ryttersenter AS) Michael Rzepa Photographics Christoph Schaffa (www.cj-fotografie.de) Edgar Schrader Silvena Foto Kevin Sparrow Alexis Vassilopoulos Bob Weber (www.stinkertje.nl)

Conception and Coordination

FEI Communications Department

Design

Tasmanie SA, Agence conseil en communication www.tasmanie.ch

Photolithography

Ringier SA

Printing

SRO - Kundig SA

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