The pinnacle of Dressage Competition is the Grand Prix of Dressage Competition of the Olympic Games. Rules for that competition and other international competitions are found in the FEI booklet, “Rules for Dressage Events”.
For any circumstances not specifically covered in these rules reference should be made to the following publications of the FEI: Rules for Dressage Events General Regulations.
Since every eventuality cannot be provided for in these Rules for any unforeseen or exceptional circumstances, it is the duty of the Jury or Show Committee, according to their respective responsibilities as outlined in DR124.2, to make a decision in a sporting spirit and approaching as nearly as possible the intention of these Rules.
A comprehensive coverage of dressage rules will be found on the FEI web site.
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