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Voting for the 2020 FEI Awards closes this Sunday 22nd November

Emma Booth and Zidane. © Simon Schulter

Emma Booth, pictured here with her horse Zidane, is one of six Australians nominated for the 2020 FEI Awards

© Simon Schulter


Since their launch in 2009, the FEI Awards have become a key addition to the annual equestrian calendar and have grown in size and stature over the last decade. In a year when sport has been brought to a standstill by the pandemic, the FEI are looking back through the years and giving the public the chance to pick the best of the best from the five FEI Awards categories.

This is the first time that the winners in each of the five FEI Awards categories will be chosen entirely by public vote! The voting process on FEI.org is fast and simple, and closes this Sunday 22 November. Winners will be announced in the second week of December.

There are 55 nominees representing 19 nations across the five Awards categories: Longines FEI Rising Star; Peden Bloodstock FEI Best Athlete; Cavalor FEI Best Groom; FEI Against All Odds; and FEI Solidarity. The complete list of nominees can be found here.

Congratulations and good luck to the six Australian nominees:

Peden Bloodstock FEI Best Athlete
Boyd Exell, Driving

Cavalier FEI Best Groom
Michelle Robson, Eventing

Longines FEI Rising Star
Tom McDermott . Jumping

FEI Against All Odds
Emma Booth, , Para-dressage
Joann Formosa, Para-dressage
Meg Wade, Endurance

Don't forget to vote this weekend!






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