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New social media policy for horse sport could mean bans and fines for rule-breakers

A proposed social media policy covers anyone involved in FEI activity, and could mean suspensions and fines for those who breach it.

The change is included in the latest draft of FEI rule changes for 2024, which will be voted on at the FEI general assembly this month (18-21 November).

Having initially suggested the rule cover riders and officials, the FEI has now, after stakeholders’ feedback, included all participants in the policy, to “outline their responsibility”.

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Article written by: Eleanor Jones

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