Dear Athletes and Athlete Managers,
Dear Grooms, Owners and Endurance Trainers,
The EHV-1 By-Laws, which have been in place since 31 May 2021, protect FEI horses and global equestrian sports from the transmission of infectious diseases before, during and after FEI Events.
In accordance with the EHV-1 By-Law No.10, it is necessary to provide a signed Horse Health FEI Self-Certification form for all horses attending an FEI Event in mainland Europe, including mandatory temperature monitoring for the 10 days leading up to their arrival at an FEI Event.
As of 1 August 2021 this information must be submitted via the FEI HorseApp for all Events taking place in mainland Europe. This means for all Events starting in week 32 (09/08/2021 – 15/08/2021).
The updated version of the FEI HorseApp will allow for:
- Managing and overseeing multiple Horses.
- Reporting on a Horse’s temperature twice a day.
- Filling in the Horse Health FEI Self-Certification form.
- Uploading all the required information on the go and from a mobile application.
Paper copies of the required documentation will no longer be accepted.
Guidelines on how to use the new functionalities on the FEI HorseApp can be found here and general information regarding the FEI HorseApp can be found on Inside.FEI.org.
For any questions, please contact: email@example.com.
We thank you in advance for your kind cooperation.