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Re: [RC] Changes to FEI rules, from an Australian perspective. Part2 - Truman Prevatt

The drivers license age went up some time back from 16 y.o. for an unrestricted license to 18 for an unrestricted license. Who did this really impact - people from 16 to 18 no one else. Of course there was a lot of yelling, screaming and gnashing of teeth. Now it's running smoothly. Any time such a change is made - there will be impacted people in the transition. I expect in the long run it is a good change for the FEI and in the best interest of the horses and they will just have to bite the bullet and stand firm.


I agree with the French letter that was posted to Ridecamp, in that there is nothing wrong with the new FEI rules, it is the transitional period, and the disregard of previously-qualified horses that has caused the problems, and the disaccord. We are having the same problems here. I hope that the meeting between the French Federation and the FEI brings some clarity to this situation.
Just my thoughts.....

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[RC] Changes to FEI rules, from an Australian perspective. Part 2, Jay Randle