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Riders responsibility regards FEI Clean Sport Ruling

Riders responsibility regards FEI Clean Sport Ruling
The new FEI ruling states that riders are responsible for any prohibited substances found when swabbed. Before, we all trusted and were probably even easy with the thought 'we will be right'. After several riders and racing stables have been caught out and the consequences not been pleasant, you have to take responsibility yourself;
  • Use products with the least likely chance of contamination;
  1. Herbal product e.g may be imported from countries where the risk is high.
  2. Human grade / food grade quality products have often higher quality controls in place.
  3. Manufactured under GMP (Good Manufacturing Process) regulations of NZ.
  4. Use brands with a proven clean track record.
  • Making sure you don't contaminate the products yourself. It only takes a little caffeine to be caught, (coffee spills, clean buckets thoroughly after any medicated feeds e.g bute or use special allocated buckets for that). When using arnica cream, voltaren, anti flamme,etc on yourself, be aware that you could transfer residue cream or gel onto your horse or gear.

Drug testing in NZ is done at all kinds of events from an A & P show to Racing, which could make participating more complicated but I think that most competitors prefer to support clean sport rulings. AllinFlex Equine & Hominis is trusted by Blyth Tait one of NZ Eventing sports legends.

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    • Linda - June 13, 2016

      Great info.Will look at supplements with different eyes from now on.

    • Fiona - June 12, 2016

      Wouldn’t use anything else :)

    • Petra - June 01, 2016

      Same here Mark and if good enough for Blyth it is certainly good enough for me.

    • Rebecca - June 01, 2016

      My daughter has excema on her hands and use a steroid based cream. Since reading this we are going to look into this. Thanks for the wake-up call.

    • Mark - June 01, 2016

      My vet recommended this product, so feel definitely assured all-in-flex is safe

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