FEIF started the WorldRanking in 1995. It is a continuous system: every day a new ranking list is computed. The riders’ position in the ranking lists may vary per day! Riders can check what events do count for the FEIF WorldRanking and what marks they did get at any WorldRanking event.
The position of a rider in any discipline in the FEIF WorldRanking is based upon the arithmetic mean of the three best results with any horse in the respective disciplines. Starting 2016, a clear distinction is made between the individual oval track tests (T1, T2, V1, F1; Sport A) and the connected group tests (T3, T4, V2, F2; Sport B). In Sport A any rider will need at least three scores of 5.50 or higher in the track classes Tölt T1, Tölt T2, Four Gait V1, Five Gait F1 or the equivalent time in Pace Race 250m P1 (25.60″) and SpeedPass P2 (8.70″). In Sport B any rider will need at least three scores of 5.50 or higher in the track classes Tölt T3, Tölt T4, Four Gait V2, Five Gait F2 or the equivalent time in Pace Race 150m P3 (16.50″) to be able to enter the ranking list for a specific test. Any rider may be ranked in Sport A classes and Sport B classes at the same time. And results are only valid for a period of two years (730 days). Riders have to go on competing to keep their position in the ranking list.
Good & Harmonious Riding
FEIF is keeping a list of riders who have received a special mention by judges for outstanding efforts in the field of horse-friendly riding at international competitions: The Good & Harmonious Riding list. You can access it here.
FEIF is providing national rankings for Iceland and Sweden, based upon WorldRanking Events in the specific countries. The ranking lists are based upon the best two results per rider per test. The ranking lists are updated every night, and like the WorldRanking, pages with individual results of riders and horses are avalable.