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FEI proposes minimum weight for endurance riders

A proposal to introduce minimum rider and equipment weights across more FEI endurance races in a bid to help reduce speeds has been met with a mixed response from national federations.

Under current rules, only senior CEI4* championships and senior CEI3* competitions have minimum weights for rider and equipment, of 75kg.

The new proposal, which will be voted on at the FEI general assembly on 18 November, introduces minimum weights for all levels about one-star.

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Article written by: Lucy Elder

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