Grade IVAthletes in Grade IV have a mild impairment of range of movement or muscle strength or a deficiency of one limb or mild deficiency of two limbs.Grade IV also includes athletes with visual impairment equivalent to B2 with a higher visual acuity than visually impaired athletes competing in the Grade III sport class and/ or a visual field of less than 5 degrees radius.At the 2010 Games, 57 countries were represented by 800 people and their horses.The WEG gradually expanded to include eight of the FEI's ten disciplines: combined driving, dressage, endurance riding, eventing, paraequestrianism, reining, show jumping, and vaulting.
Riders and horses competing at WEG go through a rigorous selection process, and each participating country sends teams that have distinguished themselves through competition as the nation's best in each respective discipline.
His Grace’s father, David, who passed away in August 2017, was President of the Horse Trials and was himself a very successful rider in the sport, being placed second here in 1959.
The FEI World Equestrian Games are the major international championships for equestrianism, and are administered by the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI).
If you've ever seen an old rubber band crumble into bits, you know how some of the interior components of a helmet—including parts of the shell, liner and protective padding—can harden and deteriorate over time.
Your helmet's recommended replacement date may be found in the owner's manual or with the fitting instructions.