World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses, FEI Sign MOU

The WBFSH’s central aim is to stimulate breeding development worldwide and integrate breeding with horse sport.
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The World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI).

The WBFSH represents 70 sport horse studbooks from more than 30 countries with the central aim of stimulating horse breeding development worldwide and integrating breeding with horse sport.

The FEI and the WBFSH have agreed to establish the FEI WBFSH Council to further enhance collaboration as part of the new agreement.

“Breeders produce horses that our athletes need, and for that reason the horse breeding industry needs the support of equestrian sport,” said WBFSH President Jan Pedersen. “Our cooperation with the FEI is logical, natural, and a necessary link between producers and consumers, which we must nurse and nourish

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