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Horse & Hound 25-Apr-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Every week Horse & Hound brings horse lovers up-to-date with the latest news and event reports and provides expert equestrian advice on subjects including training and horse care, the latest equine products and feed. The weekly features inform and entertain inspiring readers to go out and ride to improve their horsemanship in every discipline from eventing to show jumping, dressage to showing, polo and hunting. It is also the must read for anyone wanting to buy or sell a horse.

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endured enough

THERE was tough talk at the FEI sports forum (news, p8) that gives hope for tackling horse abuse in areas of endurance. We have become too used to the stories that are at best cheating and at worst huge welfare issues. Carl Hester has added his voice to those pushing for change (comment, p64). The latest talks and proposals are being viewed as a last chance for the discipline, which does beg the question, “If all do not comply, what then?” The obvious answer being the FEI cut endurance off. Carl is not alone in hoping that the sport stays within the fold. Outside its jurisdiction, what ethics would prevail — if we can even imagine more horror? On another of Carl’s points this week, I disagree — which is rare — and…

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the heat is on as tokyo prepares for 2020 games

TOKYO’S equestrian venues are almost ready for Olympic action and experts have given the latest cutting-edge advice for preparing to compete in a hot and humid environment at next year’s Games. Leaders of the equestrian world were given an update on preparations for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games at the FEI sports forum in Lausanne, Switzerland (15-16 April). This came alongside advice from leading vets, scientists, doctors and trainers, boiling down years of research and expertise into invaluable information as to how teams need to prepare. FEI director of games operations Tim Hadaway gave a overview of construction work at the main site, Baji Koen, and the cross-country venue at Sea Forest. “It’s hugely impressive in terms of what is being developed there and most importantly what will be left by way of…

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how to cool a horse

DR HALL said one of their focuses is ensuring everyone is “really familiar with cooling best practice”. This includes grooms and riders, as well as Tokyo 2020 organisers to make sure enough water and buckets are in the right place at the right time. BEST PRACTICE ADVICE: • Cover as much of the horse as possible in water. • Start at the head and work backwards. • Work on both sides of the horse — ideally you want a person on each side and someone else to lead. • Wash for 30 seconds, walk him for 30 seconds until he is cooled. • It can take as much as 30 buckets of water and 10-15 minutes to cool an overheated horse. • Only stop cooling when the horse is no longer hot to touch and has stopped blowing.…

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horses in the news

BLESS THE WINGS The 2019 Grand National runner has been retired aged 14. The George Elliott-trained gelding finished 13th in 2019 and third in 2018. He received a “warm welcome” as he was paraded at Fairyhouse racecourse. CEKATINKA Tim Price’s 2018 World Equestrian Games mount has been sold. The 12-year-old mare, who finished eighth in Tryon and won the CCI3* (now CCI4*-L) at Boekelo 2017 will be ridden by Japan’s Ryuzo Kitajima. CP QUALIFIED Australian eventer Shane Rose’s Rio Olympic ride has been retired. The 16-year-old, who had two top-10 Event Rider Masters placings in 2018, is returning to Australia, to his owners, the Wischer family.…

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police investigate rider sex assault allegations

THE German equestrian federation says it “condemns sexual assault and violence”, as police investigate a number of alleged sexual assaults. No riders have been suspended either by the Deutscher Reiterliche Vereinigung (FN) or the FEI as officers investigate the alleged incidents. It is understood the allegations involve young showjumpers on German teams, who are accused of drunkenly harassing women at international competitions. “We have knowledge of ongoing police investigations against a small number of German riders in the context of (sexual) assaults,” an FN spokesman told H&H, adding that the federation is unaware of specific allegations or the status of the investigation as “police do not release information to our federation”. The spokesman added: “Potential cases of [sexual] assaults must be reported to our federation, so that we are able to take legal action. “We…

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in brief

SUMMER RIDE OUT MAKES A RETURN THE British Horse Society’s (BHS) Ride Out initiative returns for 2019 — to run from May until October. Previous campaigns, which have only lasted through May, have raised over £18,000 for the BHS’ paths for communities fund, to help create or revamp off-road routes for riders. The six months will include a range of events, from guided rides to the pleasure rides on National Trust land and large estates. The BHS is challenging riders to achieve “platinum” status, by riding at least 70km and raising £70,000 for the fund. • Visit: bhs.org.uk/rideoutuk HELP US CELEBRATE 135TH BIRTHDAY H&H needs your help to mark our 135th anniversary. We are creating a 135-second video made up of short clips from the lives of those living and working with horses today, to be shared on…

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