- Catch up with all the latest news and results from the World Equestrian
Games in Jerez on www.peraworld.com.
With the first session of dressage getting underway today, David O'Connor
leads the way for America.
- The discipline of eventing is currently very much under the spotlight
following the IOC recommendation that it be excluded from the Olympic
Programme after Athens. Follow news concerning this important issue
as it develops, and post your views in the PERA Chat Room.
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dominate at Burghley 2002
- Brit team member, William Fox-Pitt has claimed the Burghley title
for 2002, and with it broke New Zealand's five year winning streak.
Clear round gives Lucinda Fredericks Blenheim title
- British based Australian rider Lucinda Fredericks, stayed cool
to jump a clear round on the final day at Blenheim CCI***, and with
it took first place.
IOC recommend eventing for exclusion from Olympic Programme
- November will see the decision as to whether eventing remains
in the Olympic programme after Athens 2004.
Extraordinary meeting of the Eventing Committee
- Eventing Committee Chairman, Wayne Roycroft (AUS), called an emergency
meeting on Sunday 1st September with his committee, the manager
of the Olympic and Eventing department and additional advisors.
First vet inspection at WEG
- The first vet inspection at WEG took place late Wednesday afternoon,
with all horses passed fit to compete, although it produced a couple
of tense moments for some.
'Scandalous' cost of three day event - FEI President speaks at Jerez
- The Infanta Dona Pilar de Borbon, President of the FEI, spoke
at a press conference at the WEG, describing the cost of putting
on the three day event in Jerez as 'nothing short of scandalous'...
First eventing results from WEG
- As the three day event dressage gets underway in Jerez, Olympic
Individual Champion, David O'Connor leads the way for America.