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HORSE INSPECTION DRESS CODE POLICY

The Dressage Canada High Performance Committee has approved the following Horse Inspection Dress Code Policy for CDI and CDIO Competitions for Canadian Riders and Grooms.

Riders
Recommended CDI Dress Code for Horse Inspections:

  • Jade Deter and MastermindDress Shirt or Blouse (golf shirts, tee shirts etc. are not sufficient)
  • Dark Blazer (recommended but not required)
  • Pants or Skirt
  • Appropriate footwear (closed toe shoes required)
  • Long hair tied back
  • Tie for men

 

Required CDIO Dress Code for Horse Inspections:

  • Dress Shirt or Blouse (golf shirts, tee shirts etc. are not sufficient)
  • Navy Blue Blazer with DC/EC pin (Pin provided by Chef d'Equipe)
  • Beige Pants or Skirt
  • Appropriate footwear (closed toe shoes required)
  • Tie for men and Scarf for women (Provided by Chef d'Equipe)
  • Long hair tied back


Grooms

Recommended CDI Dress Code for Horse Inspections:

  • Polo Shirt (tee shirts etc. are not sufficient)
  • Dark Pants (not jeans)
  • Appropriate footwear (closed toe shoes required)
  • Long hair tied back


Required CDIO Dress Code for all Horse Inspections:

  • EC Shirt (Provided by Chef d'Equipe)
  • Dark Pants (not jeans)
  • Appropriate footwear (closed toe shoes required)
  • Long hair tied back

FEI ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE RESOLVES ROLLKUR CONTROVERSY

http://www.fei.org/disciplines/dressage/press-releases/fei-round-table-conference-resolves-rollkur-controversy

 

NEW ONLINE FEI PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES DATABASE NOW AVAILABLE ON www.feicleansport.org

To view the new database as well as the new Regulations, List, Athlete’s and How Testing Works Guides and much more, visit now www.feicleansporg.org.

 

 

AthletesCan
www.athletescan.com

AthletesCAN is the association of Canada’s national team athletes and was the first fully independent and inclusive national athlete organization of its kind in the world.

Since its inception in 1992, AthletesCAN has been the voice of Canadian athletes and has worked with partners toward a fairer and more responsive sport system.

As the voice of Canadian national team athletes, AthletesCAN ensures an athlete centered sport system by developing athlete leaders who influence sport policy and, as role models, inspire a strong sport culture.

AthletesCAN is a multi-sport service organization representing all national team athletes including Aboriginal, Paralympic, Pan American Games, Olympic Games and Commonwealth Games athletes, among others.

Athletes who are members of Canada’s national teams, or athletes who have retired from a senior national team within the past eight years are considered members of AthletesCAN.

Vision, Mission and Values

The vision of AthletesCAN is to have a significant positive impact on the life of every athlete by acting as the collective voice for amateur athletes in Canada.

The mission of AthletesCAN is to ensure a fair, responsive and supportive sport system for athletes in Canada.

In fulfilling this mission, AthletesCAN is committed to the values of accountability, equity, inclusiveness and mutual respect.

Canadian Sport Centre Network

The Canadian Sport Centre Ontario is a member of a network of eight Centres across Canada designed to enhance the training environment of Canada's high performance athletes and coaches. The centres are located in Saskatchewan, Atlantic Canada, Manitoba, Vancouver, Victoria, Montreal and Calgary.

The network of centres provides a centralized, co-ordinated delivery of personal and professional services to Olympic and Paralympic athletes and coaches. The centres provide access to experts in a variety of areas to help athletes succeed both on and off the playing field.

Canadian Sport Centres (Centres) are an exciting and very effective new layer of support to athletes and coaches in the Canadian Sport System. Originally established as National Sport Centres by a unique national partnership between Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Coaching Association of Canada (CAC), the purpose of these Centres is to enhance the training environment of Canada's high performance athletes and coaches to help them achieve international podium success.

Centres began to come into existence in the last half of the 1990's and have now been established in B.C. (Victoria, Vancouver), Alberta (Calgary), Saskatchewan (Saskatoon), Manitoba (Winnipeg), Ontario (Toronto), Quebec (Montreal) and Atlantic Canada (Halifax, Fredericton). In each case the provincial governments have also been major funding partners. In Ontario the Ministry of Tourism and Recreation has been a funding partner since the Centre's inception.

A key operating principle of all Centres is to maximize resources through the establishment of partnerships whenever and wherever possible. Centres do not invest in capital construction or facilities but in service and business partnerships to ensure that resources are delivered directly to the athletes and coaches where they live and train.


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