International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists
The International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists (IAEJ) was created in 1966 to promote and maintain contacts among the equestrian journalists of all nations and as a body connected with the FEI, to discuss problems in which the FEI and the equestrian press are both involved.
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Alltech’s Hoof Beats Competition Offers Travel Stipends to Media for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy
Alltech will foot the travel bill for three exceptional journalists to attend and cover the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy through its Hoof Beats Competition.
2014 Dues Payment Form
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The Competitions The Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Presented by Land Rover, will be held April 24-27, 2014 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY, along with the Kentucky Reining Cup. The event draws anywhere from 50-100,000 spectators and is seen by millions more on worldwide telecasts including a telecast on NBC in the United [...]
IAEJ Announce Winner Of 2013 Bureau Award: Pippa Cuckson (GBR) for Outstanding Contribution to Journalism
The International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists (IAEJ) has announced today that British journalist Pippa Cuckson has been awarded the 2013 Bureau Award, which is decided by members of the IAEJ Bureau. Cuckson has long been a credit to her profession but it is her intrepid reporting of the scandal surrounding the endurance sport in the [...]
On behalf of the Organising Committee of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy, it will be an honour to welcome you to the 2013 Test Events in a few days.
After numerous emails asking for further information on the whereabouts of the media hotels in Caen for the 2014 World Equestrian Games, the IAEJ has had a response from Normandie. All that has been confirmed is that media will have access to the appointed housing bureau “at the beginning of May 2013 (date to be [...]
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