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European Horse Network

The European Horse Network is a network to exchange views on political developments affecting the horse sector in Europe, to discuss and define common interests on the political agenda, to discuss and define technical and R&D issues of common interest to move for development of the horse sector in Europe, to increase the visibility and impact of the horse sector in Europe and horse welfare in all its aspects.

FEIF is one of the founding members of the European Horse Network. Other members are the British Horse Society (BHS), European Federation Thoroughbred Breeders (EFTBA), European Pari Mutuel Association (EPMA), International Equestrian Federation (FEI), Swedish Horse Council Foundation (HNS), International Federation Horseracing Authorities (IFHA), Central Europe Racing Federation (KMET), Pole-Filiere Equine - representing the Network of European Equestrian Regions, European Trotting Union (UET), World Federation for Sport Horses Breeders (WBFSH), World Horse Welfare, European Draught Horse Federation (FECTU), European Equestrian Federation (EEF).

The European Horse Network organises annual conferences. These conferences aim on getting the horse industry on the agenda of members of parliament (MEP). One of the issues in those conferences is the place equines take in the economical perspective of the EU. In certain rules and regulations they are considered to be livestock, fitting in agricultural rules, in other rules as consumer goods. The aim is to get them into their own category

Click here for the EHN position statements.  

Click here to read more about the European Horse Network. FEIF is represented in EHN by Marko Mazeland.

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FEIF Sport Judges Seminar 2019
A small number of seats is still available for national as well as international sport judges (Stansted, London, March 2019)...

Registration for relay rides has started
As much as the Icelandic-horse world is looking forward to the bi-annual festival of sport and breeding competitions, there...

FEIF YouthCamp 2019
The 2019 FEIF YouthCamp will take place 7-14th July and is hosted in Iceland.

Ringmaster seminar 2019
FEIF The 3rd FEIF Ringmaster meeting will be organized from March 23-24, 2019 in Gardermoen, Norway.

FEIF Youth country of the Year 2018
The deadline for submitting national reports is 15th January and the award is given annually to the national association...

Instagram winner in the FEIF advent calendar 2018
The picture that received most likes is this stunning photo of the very handsome Fengur frá Miðdal - congratulations,...

Trainer of the Year Voting
We are excited to announce the nominees for the Trainer/Instructor of the Year 2018! The honor is awarded to seven...

Why not take a look....
FEIF FEIF (@feiforg) is the new Instagram account of FEIF, and the advent calendar #feifadvent2018 has been a great success.

FEIF@50 and 2019
The year 2019 will be a special year for FEIF as we are now 50 years old and will be celebrating this during the big event...

Horses of Iceland and Christmas
According to legend, the 13 Yule Lads (or 'jólasveinar' in Icelandic) are the offspring of an awful child-eating ogress...

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