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FEI Orders Spanish Sunshine Tour to Cancel Immediately

FEI Orders Spanish Sunshine Tour to Cancel Immediately

first_imgThe FEI has today been informed that a second horse at the Spanish Sunshine Tour venue in Vejer de la Frontera (ESP) has been put into isolation after developing mild neurological signs and a slightly elevated temperature.As this is the second horse showing neurological signs of EHV-1 in Vejer, even though both horses are in the isolation stables two kilometres from the venue, the FEI has tonight advised the Organisers that the event is cancelled with immediate effect.Following a full risk analysis conducted by the Spanish Ministry (MAPA), the Organisers and the FEI on Wednesday, 4 March 2021, all parties had agreed that – exceptionally and in order to ensure an orderly and biosecure departure of horses – competition could continue until Sunday 7 March subject to a number of conditions. However, the FEI reserved the right to cancel the full event if the situation changed.The news of a second horse displaying neurological signs means that there is no choice now but to immediately shut down the competition in Vejer de la Frontera.The Spanish Veterinary Authorities will be onsite to prepare health certificates for departing horses.All the latest figures, information and news around the current EHV-1 outbreak in Europe are available here. Tags: FEI, EHV-1, Sunshine Tour, cancelled, Vejer de la Frontera, Email* We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. SIGN UP More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes. Horse Sport Enews Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition!last_img read more

Jaguars Franchise League 3-Day Tournament……

Jaguars Franchise League 3-Day Tournament……

first_imgECD complete comprehensive win over West BerbiceBy Rajiv BisnauthWEST Berbice’s batting collapsed for the second time in two days,as East Coast Demerara crushed them by an innings and 11 runs in their round-four game of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars Franchise League Three-day competition,yesterday at the Enterprise Busta Sports Club ground.The visitors, following on by 177 runs, were bundled out for 162 in their second innings, 55 minutes before the tea interval.Defeat was always on the cards for West Berbice,after being dismissed for 160 in their first innings in reply to the hosts’ total of 346;and then being forced to follow on.Needing to bat for the entire final day,it was always going to be a tall order, despite having all ten wickets in hand.The visitors, who resumed on 9-0, were 177 runs shy of making the hosts bat again.West Berbice’ embarrassment could have been far worse,had it not been for Leon Andrews, who top score with 91.Their nemesis proved to be the hosts’ spinners,who crippled the innings with nine wickets between them. Kamesh Yadram was the chief destroyer with 3-23, while Chanderpaul Hemraj (2-13), Steven Sankar (2-33),and Vivian Albert (2-37), were the other successful spinners.However, the visitors’ demise was set in motion when they lost five wickets in the morning session,to crash to 109-5.The visitors suffered their first blow in the third over of the morning,when Avishkar Sewkarran, unbeaten on four overnight, was bowled by Albert after adding just two runs.Leon Andrews, unbeaten on three at the start, then put together 52 runs for the second wicket with Brentnol Woldford,before the latter was run out for 15.From a position of 68-2, West Berbice slipped to 82-5. Arthley Bailey was caught and bowled off Albert without scoring, while Kamesh Yadram and Chanderpaul Hemraj accounted for Sherwyn McPherson (2),and Andrew Dutchin (2).However, Andrews stood firm at the other end, and by the interval had progressed to 69 in the company of Kevin Jawhair, who was on 12.After the interval,West Berbice lost their last five wickets for just 56 runs. Both Andrews and Jawhair (12),went off the bowling of Sankar, while Sherwyn Mc Pherson (7) and Keyron Fraser (6) were removed by Yadram. All told, Andrews stroked six fours and three sixes in his innings of 91 that lasted 227minutes,in which he faced 156 balls.Hemraj sealed the emphatic win when he accounted for Brandon Bess (9).Over at the Tuschen ground, the West Demerara and Upper Corentyne match ended in a draw.Play commenced at 12:30 hrs on the third and final day due to a wet outfield. West Demerara elected to bat first after winning the toss and declared their innings on 107/7.Upper Corentyne then made a sporting declaration by closing their innings at 10/2 after Romario Shephard and Raymon Reifer claimed a wicket each in their first over.West Demerara, seeking quick runs in their second innings declared on 72/2 off 9.5 overs leaving Upper Corentyne with a target of 170 off a minimum of 22 overs. Raymon Reifer was not out on 45 with 2 fours and 5 sixes.Upper Corentyne then struggled to 53/4 when bad light stopped play. Skipper Rajiv Ivan was not out 24. Keshram Seyhodan and Raymon Reifer had 2/11 and 2/15 respectively.The fifth round is scheduled for September 23-25, with Upper Corentyne playing Essequibo at Port Mourant, East Bank Demerara opposing West Berbice at Everest, Lower Corentyne facing off with East Coast Demerara at Albion,and Georgetown clashing with West Demerara at GCC.last_img read more