New Year, new regulations! Yes, starting from 2019 there will be new national and international regulations in the equestrian industry. Here’s a quick review of what 2019 will bring for breeders, riders and horse owners:
Since 1 January 2019 there have been diverse changes in regards to the Anti-Doping and Medical Control regulations (ADMR). The groundwork of this matter was based on the suggestions of the ADMR-List-Group, a group that consists of various experts, such as vets, pharmacologist, and Biochemists.
Here’s an overview of the “Do’s and Don’ts” for the start of the competition season 2019:
1. rice bran oil
2. Sulfur based joint supplements
3. Cyclosporin A oder Ciclosporin
4. PhoximRead more: Changes in the Anti-Doping and Medical Control regulations
The German horse breeding industry has introduced a new seal of approval: Every passport of a German horse must have a stamp of “German Horse Quality“.
The passport itself has been relaunched. It is no longer pink, but silver. In 2018 the first German Breeding associations have already began introducing the new color design. And now they have added the “German Horse Quality “stamp to identify German bred horses.
Dr. Klaus Miesner, director of the Breeding Division of the German Equestrian Federation (FN), explains that there is a reason for this : The demand of our Breeding associations is to have a common mark, in order to help recognize German horses in other countries.Read more: German Horse Quality – new seal of approval for horses “made” in Germany
Team Equinara finished off the Branchsto Year End Fun Competition 2018 on a high note, with our youngest rider Alisha Firnita (17) winning second place in the Beginner Rider category with her German Pony, Milady.
The competition was held on the 22-23 December 2018 and was the last competition of the year. We are very excited to see Alisha competing again next year and we look forward to more wins and achievements.