"TOKYO TOUR": results of the press conference held at the end of the qualifying tournament
The Israel team received a license for the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020
TOKYO TOUR: RESULTS OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE WITH RUSSIAN AND BELARUS NATIONAL DRESSAGE TEAM
RUSSIAN DRESSAGE TEAM WON THE COMMAND LICENSE FOR OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO
Official FEI statement on WADA and IOC position
horsetimes carefully following up the situation around Rusian athlets going to the Olympic games asked official FEI position on the matter od additional anti-doping checks.
The World Equestrian Games in Canada
16.06.2014The FEI Bureau just voted unanimously to award the 2018 World Equestrian Games to Bromont/Montreal.
Alexandr L. Figg: “Great Britain Team will excel whatever“
Alexander Leonard Figg, acting judge of the cross-country races in the UK, told horsetimes.ru about important equestrian events and British victories.
A conversation with Alexandra Korelova
On August 30, during the exhibition Equiros-2013, we were able to talk with the famous Russian rider, Alexandra Korelova. We discussed the situation in domestic sports, veterinary, horse riding and, of course, Baikal and Balagur.
Reflections on equestrian sports with Viktor Ugryumov
Viktor Petrovich Ugryumov is a prominent Russian equestrian athlete and Olympic champion. We talked with him about the history of Soviet sports, Olympics-80 and, of course, about the training of modern athletes.
Equestrian sports in the Olympics program
Competitions in equestrian sports first appeared in the Summer Olympics in 1900 in Paris and have since been included in the program of every subsequent Games, except for the Games 1904 in St. Louis and 1908 in London. Originally, the competitions were held in show jumping and shortly canceled jumps in length and height. At the Summer Olympics in Stockholm in 1912, eventing and dressage were introduced. In 2012, show jumping, dressage and eventing celebrated their 100-year anniversary in the Olympic movement.