FEI President Ingmar de Vos has reassured that the Olympic future of other equestrian sports remains secure. The FEI is collaborating with the UIPM to ensure a successful Equestrian jumping competition at France Olympic. During the modern pentathlon event in Tokyo 2020, a controversial incident involving a German coach led to disqualification and protests from animal rights activists.

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As a result, the UIPM decided to replace riding with obstacle racing. That makes Olympic Paris the final Olympics featuring the traditional riding element. De Vos dismissed concerns about the future of Olympic equestrian sports. He emphasised the IOC’s confidence in the FEI’s commitment to animal welfare.

And they are working closely with the UIPM to ensure well-executed modern pentathlon jumping competitions. The incident in Tokyo was regrettable and hurt the reputation of the FEI. However, the FEI remains dedicated to upholding animal welfare standards and maintaining the integrity of equestrian sports in the Olympic Games.

For France Olympic, both modern pentathlon and equestrian sports will be held at the Chateau de Versailles. It provides an opportunity for better coordination and awareness compared to the separate venues in Tokyo.

FEI President Ingmar de Vos emphasized the positive attendance of IOC President Thomas Bach and sports director Kit McConnell as guests at the 2022 World Eventing Competitions in Pratoni del Vivaro. This occasion allowed the FEI to showcase the measures in place to ensure horse welfare and reinforce their commitment to equestrian sports’ place in the Olympics.

De Vos emphasises Equestrian sport as an Integral Part of the Olympic Paris Games

De Vos emphasized that equestrian sport has always been an integral part of the Olympics. And it will continue to be so. Because the FEI recognizes its responsibility to uphold horse welfare and demonstrate the sport’s enduring presence in the Upcoming Olympic Paris Games. De Vos mentioned that adjustments have been made to the equestrian program for France Olympic.

They have taken into account the feedback from athletes and federations to enhance the well-being of horses and riders. We engaged in productive discussions with athletes and federations regarding the format for Olympic Paris. And as a result of these conversations, certain aspects were modified, he stated. One change involves scheduling the team jumping competition before the individual competition.

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This alteration aims to provide riders with increased opportunities to familiarize themselves with the course. From July 27 to August 6, 2024, the equestrian competitions at the France Olympic Games are scheduled to take place. While the modern pentathlon events start from August 8 to 11.

Santiago Varela and Gregory Bodo will be Equestrian jumping designers at Paris 2024

The organizers have confirmed the appointment of Santiago Varela Ullastres from Spain and Gregory Bodo from France as Co-Course Designers for the Equestrian Jumping and Eventing Competitions at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Varela, 54 years old, brings extensive experience as a 4* Technical Delegate and Course Designer in Jumping.

Varela gained recognition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games for his course designs. Gregory Bodo, a 44-year-old French course designer, brings over 20 years of experience in building Jumping courses internationally. He has collaborated closely with Santiago Varela in the past. And their joint effort will continue for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

FEI President Ingmar De Vos expressed confidence in the selection process. He highlights the expertise, dedication, and impeccable work ethic of both Varela and Bodo. Their designs are not only visually stunning but also incorporate a unique local flavour. The welfare of the horses remains a top priority. Because they meticulously craft courses that prioritize the well-being of both equine and human athletes.

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We expect Santiago Varela and Gregory Bodo’s combined knowledge, creative spirit, and professional approach to deliver Jumping courses of the highest quality through their collaboration. The equestrian events set against the backdrop of the historical château in Versailles will make the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games truly exceptional for the equestrian community, spectators, and fans worldwide.

Sergio Alvarez Moya announces sale of Grand Prix horse, Alamo, before France Olympic

Spanish Equestrian jumping rider Sergio Alvarez Moya has recently announced the sale of his 15-year-old KWPN-gelding, Alamo. And he will sell it before France Olympic. Expressing gratitude, Moya stated, Thank you for everything, you’ll be missed at the stable. I wish you all the best with your new rider. The future competitions for Alamo will be handled by Abdullah Al Sharbatly.

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In December of last year, Moya and Alamo achieved a remarkable third place in the 1.50m class at the World Cup in Coruna. Throughout 2022, the duo showcased their talent in various international events, including a victory in the 1.55m CSI5* Longines Global Champions Tour in Madrid. Moya took over the ride on Alamo in 2021, following previous riders such as Steve Guerdat.

Under Guerdat’s guidance, the KWPN-gelding accomplished notable victories, including the 2019 World Cup finals in Goteborg and the CSI5* Grand Prix in Waregem. With the addition of the Alamo, the United Arab Federation has invested in its third horse as part of its preparations for the Paris Olympic Games. Abdullah Al Sharbatly will assume the reins of this talented gelding.

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