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Confusion About 2018 WEG Qualification Minimum Elegibility Score

FEI - With the qualification period for the 2018 World Equestrian Games in full swing, riders have uttered confusion about the actual definition of the Minimum Elegibility Score of two times 66% for WEG qualification.

The FEI rule reads: Athletes and Horses must have attained (as a combination) a result of at least 66% attributed by the Ground Jury and by any two different FEI 5* Dressage Judges, of a nationality other than that of the Athlete, in a Grand Prix at two different CDI3/4/5*/CDI-W or CDIO events during the qualification period.

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