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Medication Control within Equestrian Australia



For FEI Rules and Regulations and all related information like the lists of banned or prohibited substances, please visit the FEI Clean Sport web site.

On the 4 April, the 2011 FEI Equine Prohibited Substances List came into full force and effect. 



Since the introduction of the FEI Equine Prohibited Substances List in 2011 there have been annual updates made to the list of the banned or prohibited list. The most recent came into effect as of the 1st january 2013.

The annual lists and changes from 2011 can be found on the links below:

To check your horses medication or supplements click HERE to access the FEI Equine Prohibited Substances Database

In April 2010, new FEI and EA Regulations came into force. You can download an overview of changes applying to both FEI and EA Regulations.


Regulations and Policies 

For information on Equestrian Australia's Regulations and Policies please click HERE


FEI Medication Treatment Log Book  

For information on the requirements of the FEI Medication Treatment Log Book and to obtain a copy please click HERE


General Information

Athletes' Guide on Doping and Medication Control

Overview of the EA Medication Control System and Policies

EA MCP Organisational Structure

EA advises caution against the use of herbal and natural medicine products


Information for EA Horse Swabbing Stewards  and Event Organisers


Supporters & Sponsors

The Queensland Government provided $216,000 to
Equestrian Queensland under the
Industry Development Program
to get more Queenslanders
active through sport and recreation.