A clean horse sport

A clean horse sport

Once more, sport with Icelandic horses has shown to be a clean horse sport. All 20 doping tests taken at the World Championships 2009 in Brunnadern (CH) proved to be negative, which means: no doping. In total around 160 horses participated. The procedures followed...
A clean horse sport

New release of IceTest

A new release of IceTest, the free competition software of FEIF, is available. Upon request of users the number of judges in oval track classes is made changable between preliminary rounds and finals. There was also a request to make it possible to correct the number...
A clean horse sport

Closure of SIHA studbook

The Scottish Icelandic Horse Association (SIHA) has closed its studbook and notified the Scottish government that its Passport Issuing Organisation status is being relinquished and the legal entity is being wound up. The management of the existing SIHA passports has...
A clean horse sport

9 new International Sport Judges

After a very successful judges’ seminar at Vindhólar (Stapelfeld, D) 9 candidates (out of 15) did pass the test to become an International Sport Judge. FEIF congratulates Andreas Windsio (D), Birgit Quasnitschka (D), Caro Klein (D), Hendrik Gepp (D), Jean-Paul...
A clean horse sport

Open Sport Judges seminar and test

22 participants have registered for the open seminar for Sport Judges, at Vindholar near Hamburg in Germany, September 19 and 20. 17 Of them will also take the test to become a FEIF licensed international sport judge or a judge at a national level. Candidates come...