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Re: [RC] [Endurance Riding: News] Endurance events test new ideas - Linda Marins

 
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Horse and Hound
Abigail Butcher, H&H news editor

In June, 18 experts were appointed to review six different areas of the sport: qualification, organisation, equine protection, education, legal controls and competition structure...

..."The FEI purposely chose people worldwide, so most discussion will be done by e-mail and phone," ...

...Each task force must provide the FEI with monthly updates, a progress report in October and, by early 2008, full recommendations. Mr Williams and his team will then compile a new rulebook...

Will the committees be required to archive their email discussions, keep minutes of their telephone conversations, take recorded rollcall votes on all positions, allow for minority reports, and provide these documentary materials to the FEI?

If not, then how will the worldwide endurance community ever know whether their concerns were even raised, nevermind addressed rationally?

Who from the US is on these committees? Which committees?

Linda Mirams


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