FEIF har uppdaterat listan med förbjudna bett, de har tagit bort förbudet mot ledade stångbett med tungfrihet. 2 års av studier har inte styrkt det tidigare påståendet att dessa bett ger procentuellt flera skador. Bett som EE- stången och Jolli-stången är numera godkända för tävling. Nedan ser ni utlägget från FEIF och de kombinationer som är förbjudna    

After a two-year review of mouth inspection data, the Sport Committee removed the ban on most ported Icelandic bits in Sport competition because a clear correlation between ported leverage bits and increased mouth injuries cannot be found. The Icelandic bits join the other types of leverage bits (dressage kandare, pellham, etc) already allowed in sport competition. One specific Icelandic bit remains on the prohibited list. Refer to the Prohibited Equipment page of the FEIF web site.

Prohibited bits and/or bridles are bits and/or bridles that are clearly designed for another purpose, such as bits for cart horses, or are part of tack designed for a different riding style/culture, or are used in another way than what they are designed for. Only reins that go directly from the rider’s hands to the correct attachment point on the bit or bit less bridle are allowed.
Prohibited shoes, rings or soles are shoes, rings or soles that are clearly designed for another purpose other than riding horses.
These rules apply to sport and gæðingakeppni events (including YouthCup). For breeding shows other rules apply. In addition to this general rule the Sport Committee maintains the following list of equipment that is not allowed for specific reasons:

 

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