Showing 1 of 1 20

  • 20
  • 40
  • 60
  • 100
  • all
The FEI suspended Olympic dressage rider Adrienne Lyle and Horizon last month along with Kaitlin Blythe and Don Principe. The horses tested positive for ractopamine, a beta-agonist shown to improve growth performance in pigs.

CAS Lifts Suspensions on Dressage's Horizon, Don Principe

Final decision at later date The Court of Arbitration for Sport issued a stay Monday of the Fédération Equestre Internationale’s (FEI) two-month suspension of two dressage horses recently involved in a contaminat...
Read More

FEI lifts suspension of two US Dressage riders after supplement contamination

FEI Lifts US Dressage Suspensions Due to Supplement Contamination

Adrienne Lyle, Kaitlin Blythe A company's investigation confirming a horse supplement's contamination leads to the FEI lifting the suspension of U.S. dressage riders Adrienne Lyle and Kaitlin Blythe. It comes aft...
Read More

Cargill pulled Soothing Pink Gastric Supplement from the market due to a ractopamine contamination.

Ractopamine found in Soothing Pink Horse Supplement

Gastric Calming Supplement is culprit in FEI suspensions Cargill states a tainted gastric supplement sold under its brand Progressive Nutrition is the reason two U.S. dressage riders were suspended from FEI co...
Read More