FEI Children division
The FEI Children division is an important element in the development of equestrian sport throughout the world, especially in America. The object of the various types of events and competitions for Children worldwide, is taking into account specific situations that arise in competition when dealing with Children.
A rider may compete in the FEI Children division from the beginning of the calendar year in which he/she reaches the age of 12 until the end of the calendar year in which he/she reaches the age of 14.
FEI Rules for Pony and Children Riders (You are now leaving the Equine Canada Web Site. Please be advised that the legislation and policy governing Government of Canada Web sites, including official language requirements do not apply beyond this point.)
Canadian Riders competing in the FEI Children division have the opportunity to qualify for the Dressage Canada National Youth Championships.