2011 FEI Equine Prohibited Substances List, Effective 4th April 2011

Fri, 04/01/2011 - 18:06
FEI Dressage News

On 4 April the 2011 FEI Equine Prohibited Substances List will come into full force and effect. The 2011 List has been available on www.feicleansport.org  since it was
unanimously approved at the General Assembly in Taipei in November 2010.

The searchable FEI Equine Prohibited Substances Database on this link as well as on our iPhone and other Smart Phone Apps will be updated before 4 April with notes reflecting the changes and any substances that will be added or removed on that date.

When the 2011 List has been in effect for two months (4 June 2011), the notes will then be removed from the Database.

Graeme Cooke, Director of the FEI Veterinary Department, said: “The fight against doping is one that all International Federations are committed to and the FEI is working tirelessly to come up with new ways to contribute to that fight in line with the joint-recommendations produced by the commissions headed by Professor Arne Ljungqvist and Lord Stevens."

“Everyone involved in horse sport needs to be aware of the changes in the 2011 List and this crucial information is now easily accessible online and via free downloadable applications for iPhones and other mobile devices.”

As part of its ongoing Clean Sport campaign and to maintain fair play, the FEI will continue with a full range of testing, including for hypersensitisation, at major events during the season.

Related Links
FEI Equine Prohibited Substance List
Summary of changes 2011