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Déjà vu, Baku... From Damascus and Villeneuve-Loubet to the Tokyo Olympics?

Exclusives | Rankings

Déjà vu, Baku... From Damascus and Villeneuve-Loubet to the Tokyo Olympics?

17 January 2020 - Have riders been competing under fair and equal conditions in a year when qualification for the Olympic Games could be obtained?

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Late-night jumping: “It’s not fair on anybody, especially not on the grooms”

Exclusives | Schedules

Late-night jumping: “It’s not fair on anybody, especially not on the grooms”

15 January 2020 - Late-night jumping at international shows is a returning issue. At the end of 2019 it came up again – this time at a CSI2* show, where riders reported that they were jumping from 11 AM until 12.30 AM.

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Big Grand Prix classes in 2018: The year of the mare

Exclusives | Research

Big Grand Prix classes in 2018: The year of the mare

31 October 2019 - Dr. Tim Worden describes the characteristics and competition performances of horses that placed in the Top 10 of big Grand Prix classes in 2018, while Olivier Philippaerts adds his insights to the data.

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Contamination and stable security: “We have to find a balance between all these rules, sanctions and reality”

Exclusives | IJRC General Assembly 2019

Contamination and stable security: “We have to find a balance between all these rules, sanctions and reality”

26 September 2019 - At the IJRC General Assembly back in August, the riders clearly voiced how the risk of contamination and lack of stable security cause sleepless nights – calling for change and improvement.

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Put a number on it?

Exclusives | Rules and regulations

Put a number on it?

10 September 2019 - WoSJ asked some of the world’s best riders and leading Chef d’Equipes about their thoughts on possibly regulating how much a horse can compete yearly.

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The new Olympic format and the future of the Nations Cups: “We have to agree that we disagree”

Exclusives | IJRC General Assembly 2019

The new Olympic format and the future of the Nations Cups: “We have to agree that we disagree”

28 August 2019 - It was a sense of increasing frustration among the riders who spoke at the International Jumping Riders Club General Assembly in Rotterdam last Friday.

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