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1st edition 2007
370 pages and by a total of 1412 photographs
240 x 300 mm
The History of the FEI World, Continental and Regional Championship
It's big and bursting with information - 55 chapters in 370 pages and complemented by a total of 1,412 photographs - Max Ammann's new publication is destined to become an essential reference work for everyone involved in equestrian sport.
With Forewords from three notable former FEI Presidents - HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, HRH The Princess Royal, HRH Doña Pilar de Borbón - and yet another from current President, HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, "The History of the FEI World, Continental and Regional Championships" begins with details of the first championships in 1902, including some intriguing black-and-white photographs, and runs right through to the final-four individual show jumping decider at last summer's FEI World Equestrian Games in Aachen. No stone is left unturned as Max delves into the detail of Pan American Games, Regional Games and Championships in the Americas, Asian Games and Arab, African and Asian Championships along with Young Rider, Junior, Pony and Children's Championships. And there is even a chapter on World Records in the High and Long Jump and Puissance, the latter of which has been enjoying something of a renaissance in recent times.