PASSPORTS. FEI General Regulations Article 137 

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PASSPORTS. FEI General Regulations Article 137

For all issues relating to FEI Horse Passports/FEI Recognition Cards please contact your National Federation.

All Horses competing at FEI Events must be registered with the FEI.


FEI Passports or FEI Recognition Cards (for those Horses with a national passport approved by the FEI) are compulsory for FEI Events.

Athletes who do not present a Horse’s Passport and/or Recognition Card, or one that is not correctly validated or fail to meet other passportrequirements will be subject to Sanctions in accordance with Annex II of the FEI Veterinary Regulationsand may not be allowed to compete.


NBfor Horses permanently resident in a Member State of the European Union: all Horses must have a national EU passport in compliance with EU Regulations to which a FEI Recognition card is applied. The exception to this being Horses in possession of an FEI passport which has been continually revalidated without interruption.

VACCINATIONS - EQUINE INFLUENZA. FEI Veterinary Regulations Article 1028

Horses competing at FEI Events must comply with the requirements for Equine Influenza vaccination in accordance with the Veterinary Regulations and as summarised below.


Primary Course 1st Vaccination: day 0 2nd Vaccination: day 21-92 May compete 7 days after the 2nd Vaccination
First Booster Within 7 months of the 2nd vaccination of the Primary Course   May compete for 6 months +21 days after the 2nd vaccination of the Primary Course Must not compete in the 7 days after receiving a vaccination  
Boosters MINIMUM: within one year of previous booster vaccination IF COMPETING: must be in the 6 months +21 days ofthe booster previous vaccination Must have been vaccinated within 6 months +21 days before arriving at the Event Must not compete in the 7 days after receiving a vaccination


All FEI registered Horses intending to compete at FEI Events (including CIMs) must be vaccinated against Equine Influenza in accordance with these VRs. The exception being if the applicable domestic legislation prevents the use of Equine Influenza vaccines within the relevant territory

EXAMINATION ON ARRIVAL. FEI Veterinary Regulations Article 1032

On arrival at an Event venue, all Horses must undergo an examination by a veterinarian to confirm their identification from their passport and micro-chip ID (where present), their vaccination status and general health. To protect all horses attending events, any Horse with a questionable health status concerning vaccination, disease or other concerns, must be stabled within the isolation facilities provided by the Organising Committee pending a decision on entering the venue.

HORSE INSPECTIONS. FEI Veterinary Regulations Article 1033, Table 2


All Horses will be assessed for their fitness to compete during the Horse Inspection. Any Horse demonstrating questionable fitness may be referred to the Holding Box for further veterinary examination. Horses not deemed fit to compete by the Inspection Panel will not be permitted to compete.


LIMB SENSITIVITY EXAMINATION. FEI Veterinary Regulations Article 1034


All Horses are subject to examination under the protocol for abnormal limb sensitivity throughout the period of an Event, including, but not limited to, between rounds and before the Jump Off. Horses may be examined once or on multiple occasions during the Period of an Event.


Horses may be selected for examination under the protocol randomly or they may be targeted. All Horses selected to be tested must submit promptly to the examination or are subject to immediate disqualification. There is no obligation to examine any specific number of Horses at an Event.





All horses competing at FEI Events may be subject to sampling for the presence of FEI Equine Prohibited Substances in accordance with the FEI Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs). Horses may be selected for sampling in accordance with obligatory testing, targeted or random sampling procedures.


Fee for Worldwide Equine and Human Anti-Doping Program:

(Applicable for all FEI Events Worldwide)


Lower Level Events (CIMs)

(For definition see Appendix E of the FEI General Regulations)

Per horse per event CHF 18


Higher Level Events

(All other events not defined as CIM)

Per horse per event CHF 25


OCs/NFs have the right to charge the athletes the above mentioned fee.



Elective Testing may be carried out prior to an Event to check for the presence of prohibited substances.Please refer to for information and details.




Athletes can be tested at any FEI Event, by the FEI or by other Anti-Doping Organisations with Testing jurisdiction. Organisers will have the responsibility to provide facilities and staff/volunteers to facilitate such Testing if requested by the FEI as outlined in article 22.3 of the FEIs’ Anti-doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA).


The ADRHA rules are published on the FEI’s website at






Equestrian sports involve inherent dangerous risks. To the greatest extent permitted by law, the FEI and the FEI Event Organiser shall NOT be liable for any damages relating to loss of property or injury of any kind to Athletes, Owners, Support Personnel or Horses at or in connection with an FEI Event and the FEI expressly excludes all such liability.




Personal Accident and Health Insurance


It is your responsibility as an Athlete/Owner/ Support Personnel to ensure that you have adequate personal accident insurance in place to cover your participation at FEI Events and in particular to insure against any personal injury or medical expenses arising from an accident, injury or illness which may occur at a FEI Event.


You should check with your National Federation to confirm if your National Federation’s insurance policy (if any) covers personal accidents and/or illnesses which may occur when you are attending at/participating in FEI Events.


If your National Federation does not have a personal accident/health insurance policy or if the National Federation’s insurance policy does not cover personal accident or health claims, then you should obtain your own personal accident and health insurance policy to cover your attendance/participation at FEI Events.


Personal Property Insurance


You should also ensure that you are insured against property loss, theft or damage which may occur at an FEI Event.


Again, the advice is to check with your National Federation to confirm if they have an insurance policy in place which would cover you in case of such property loss, theft or damage. If not, then you should obtain your own personal property insurance to cover such situations.




Third Party Liability Insurance


As an Athlete/Owner you are personally responsible for damages to third parties caused by you, your employees, Support Personnel, your agents or your Horses. You are, therefore, strongly advised to take out third-party liability insurance providing full coverage in relation to FEI Events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date.


The FEI and the Organiser will NOT be responsible for any damage caused to third parties by you, your employees, Support Personnel, your agents or your Horses.


Additional Liability Information


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Horse Insurance


As an Owner you should ensure that your Horses are adequately insured against any injuries or illnesses they may sustain while participating at a FEI Event.


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To be valid, all Protests and Appeals must be made in writing and accompanied by a deposit of CHF 150.- or equivalent.

Protest and appeal forms are available on the FEI website:




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