The FEI Awards were launched in 2009 to put a spotlight on the men, women, young people and organizations that are making an outstanding contribution to the progress and excellence of equestrian sport – in or out of the arena. Make your nominations now and let us roll out the red carpet for the stars of today and tomorrow.
Just two weeks after launching the FEI Awards 2013, the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the world governing body of equestrian sport, has already received dozens of nominations. Many of these are for the Development category, which rewards an individual or organisation dedicated to making equestrian sport accessible to a wider public. Past recipients of the FEI Development Award are still enhancing lives through their work with horses. Thanks to the efforts of Ros Spearing, founder of the Ebony Horse Club, winner of the FEI Development Award 2010, more than 700 children now enjoy a riding centre, incongruously located in Brixton, London.