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October 23, 2018
The FEI is having another attempt at tidying up undesirable aspects of endurance, appointing a temporary committee to identify ways to bring the sport back to its “original roots”.
The world governing body says it hopes the committee will create a roadmap for the future of the discipline.
It is not the organisation’s first attempt to reform the sport.
Five years ago, an Endurance Strategy Planning Group released its findings during a two-hour endurance session at the FEI’s General Assembly in Montreux, Switzerland.
That group had been set up following a European outcry over the high level of doping infractions and excessive fracture rates in endurance competition in the Middle East.
However, problems have continued within the discipline, with speed and injury rates remaining serious concerns, especially so in the Gulf region. Changes have largely failed to curb desert-style endurance racing, with some rule changes adding cost and complexity for competitors in lower grades...
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