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Endurance Rules 2020 – Article 843

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The proposed Endurance Rules modifications for 2020 is presented to the National Federations (NFs) in a completely new rule book, with a new structure and revised wording.

We continue a series of articles to review all the new proposed rules, article by article.

Artilce 800 & 801: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-800-801/
Artilce 802 & 803: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-802-803/
Artilce 804 & 805: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-804-805/
Artilce 806 – 808: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-806-808/
Article 809: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-809/
Artilce 810 – 812: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-810-812/
Artilce 813 – 815: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-813-815/
Artilce 816: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-816/
Artilce 817 – 819: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-817-819/
Artilce 820 – 822: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-820-822/
Artilce 823 – 825: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-823-825/
Artilce 826 – 829: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-826-829/
Artilce 830 – 833: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-830-833/
Artilce 834 – 836: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-834-836/
Artilce 837 – 838: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-837-838/
Artilce 839 – 842: http://fair-endurance.com/endurance-rules-2020-article-839-842/

Chapter VI “Invitations and Entries” consists of articles about Invitations, Entries, Declaration of starters, Maximum number of starters.

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843. INVITATIONS

843.1 CEIs:
843.1.1 The number of Athletes that may be accepted for a Competition will be stated in the Competition Schedule and the official invitation to National Federations.
843.1.2 The number of Officials and Athletes (whether competing as individuals or as members of a team) to whom hospitality will be extended is at the discretion of the OC.

843.2 CEIOs and Championships:
The Competition Schedule and the official invitation sent to each National Federation participating in the Event must allow for each team to have five Athletes and seven Horses (which includes up to two reserve Horses), a non-riding Chef d’Equipe, and an FEI-registered Veterinarian as Team Veterinarian. Further details on teams are set out in the FEI General Regulations.

843.3 World Equestrian Games:
843.3.1 The Competition Schedule and the official invitation sent to each National Federation participating in the World Equestrian Games must allow for each team to have four Athletes and four Horses, plus a reserve Combination, a non-riding Chef d’Equipe, and a Veterinary Surgeon as Team Veterinarian. Any reserve Combination at the World Equestrian Games may not compete if it is not in the starting team.
843.3.2 National Federations that enter a team in the World Equestrian Games may not send other individual Athletes to compete in those Games.
843.3.3 There is a maximum of two individual Athletes per National Federation.

843.4 Crew Members:
The OC must accept a minimum of two Crew Members per Horse at all Events.

843.5 Expenses & privileges:
843.5.1 The OC of World Equestrian Games must accept responsibility for meeting the living expenses of Athletes, Horses, Crew Members and team officials (Chefs d’Equipe and Veterinarians) from the day before the First (Pre-Ride) Inspection until the day after the end of the Championships. This must be published in the Competition Schedule and in the official invitation sent to National Federations.
843.5.2 The OC of World and Continental Championships may accept responsibility for meeting the travelling and living expenses of Athletes, Horses, Crew Members and team Officials (Chefs d’Equipe and Veterinarians) from the day before the First (Pre-Ride) Inspection until the day after the end of the Championships. This must be published in the Competition Schedule.

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The OC of World Equestrian Games must accept responsibility for meeting the living expenses of Athletes, Horses, Crew Members and team officials.

The OC of World and Continental Championships may accept responsibility for meeting the travelling and living expenses of Athletes, Horses, Crew Members and team Officials.

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