Welcome to FEI Clean Sport
Prohibited Substances Database
DISCOVER THE FEI CLASSIFICATION OF A SUBSTANCE
Purpose of this database
To make a clear distinction between the use of routine, legitimate medication and deliberate and calculated doping to affect a horse’s performance, the FEI has published Guidelines to assist treating and team veterinarians. Inappropriate use of substances is also a threat to the health and welfare of the horse.
The purpose of this database is to help you identify which substances are prohibited under FEI regulations.
Information such as substance definition, common usage and common trade names are available. You must be aware that the list of trade names is not exhaustive but it reflects the most popular trade names in certain countries. The trade names used may be different in your country therefore it is imperative you always use the database to check for active substances rather than trade names.
Please be aware, if a substance has the same chemical structure or biological effect as a substance on the List, it is also prohibited just as if it were on the List.
Although FEI has taken all reasonable care that the information contained within the Website is accurate at the time of publication, no representation or guarantee (including liability towards third parties), expressed or implied, is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness.
DECEMBER 18, 2013 - 2014 Database Update
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DECEMBER 1, 2010 - Official FEI Clean Sport App extended to Android Phones
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NOVEMBER 10, 2010 - FEI unveils iPhone app for EquineProhibited Substances List
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