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OUR HISTORY

 

Our Sport boast ancient origins: the first international equestrian competition took place in Torino in 1902, but horseracing competitions were already organised since 1840. CACCIA 6 zona Capannelle 18 dicembre 1905

In 1823 King Carlo Felice di Sardegna established the Royal Eqeustrian MIlitary School at Venaria Reale, which later in 1849 moved to Pinerolo and was meant

to become the center of all equestrian activity in Italy, both for civilians

and officers.In 1865 the Military Cavalry School leaves Pinerolo and is combined

in Modena with the

MIlitary Infantry School, thus named “Scuola Militare di Fanteria e Cavalleria”.

It is the Institute, still existing nowadays, known as Military Academy.

It was then deemed that a military institute dedicated to Equestrianism

would not fit in a town

and as a consequence it was considered appropriate to move the School to Tor di Quinto in Rome in 1891. Tor di Quinto is a “branch” of Pinerolo

and the equestrian training is then carried out both in the piedmont village and in the roman branch, where the large spaces of the countryside allow for a wider range of equestrian activities.

 

With the foundation of Tor di Quinto site and the new riding-school in Pinerolo, Equestrianism became itself the training to canter and jumping in the open countryside. What is missing is the harmony between the horse and the rider, in fact the obstacles are approached more as an act of courage rather than out of technique.

 

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The Equestrianism as the one belonging to the “old” school in fact is at its decline and a new concept is dawning. The school between the XIX and XX centuries lives in fact a deep renovation that allows it to get a primacy in the Italian Army besides a leading role internationally. It is right in this period that the complete application of the “natural System” of riding studied and elaborated by the Capt. Federigo Caprilli.

Capt. Caprilli, pondering about the current methods, realises the incompleteness of the efforts of his predecessors and with a brilliant intuition understands the need of distributing the rider’s weight according to the horse’s balance and sensations. The “natural riding” as a method or system is taking shape: based on the natural balance between horse/rider uproots the traditional way of riding, so far in use. The method shows from the very beginning excellent results both in military training and sporting application.

The interest raised by the new method is large both in Italy and abroad and in a short time the School and its site become known worldwide as the very first training grounds for equestrianism.

In 1911 the first national organisation body is founded with the name of “Società per il Cavallo Italiano da Sella”, then called “Società per il Cavallo Italiano”, which in the year 1926 gets its CONI Membership changing then its denomination into Italian Equestrian Federation.

 

1926

FISE had the control and coordination of all horse competitions,

as well as Polo, hunting and  courses. FISE is headquartered in Romeand has legal personality under private law according to art 18 del Decreto Legislativo n.242 del 23 luglio 1999 and subsequent modifications.

The Federation is composed of affiliated bodies and associations, including non-profit limited companies, which organize and practice in Italy equestrian sports, spread principles and  values, promote the grass-root equestrian activity, leisure as well as top performance up to the  participation at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

FISE is recognised by CONI for sport purposes and benefits of technical, organisational, and  governing autonomy with CONI supervision. According to its statutes, approved by CONI, FISE  is authorised to regulate the equestrian activity in Italy in every of its manifold  expressions: education, competitions, training, leisure, in particular regarding the disciplines  below indicated.

FISE had the control and coordination of all horse competitions, as well as Polo, hunting and courses. FISE is headquartered in Rome and has legal personality under private law according to art 18 del Decreto Legislativo n.242 del 23 luglio 1999 and subsequent modifications.

The Federation is composed of affiliated bodies and associations, including non-profit limited companies, which organize and practice in Italy equestrian sports, spread principles and values, promote the grass-root equestrian activity, leisure as well as top performance up to the  participation at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

FISE is recognised by CONI for sport purposes and benefits of technical, organisational, and  governing autonomy with CONI supervision.  According to its statutes, approved by CONI, FISE is authorised to regulate the equestrian activity in Italy in every of its manifold expressions: education, competitions, training, leisure, in particular regarding the disciplines below indicated. 

 

FISE is also recognised by CIP (Italian Paralympic Committee) for being itself a  Paralympic  Federation.

  

 - Olympic Diciplines: Show-jumping, Eventing, Dressage 

 

 - Paralympic DIsciplines: Para-Dressage

 

 - FEI DIsciplines: Driving, Endurance, Reining, Vaulting

 

For the disciplines here following, FISE is responsible for regulating and ruling the equestrian activity in Italy with the exclusive responsability for the competitions in the following activities:Show-Jumping, Eventing, Dressage, Endurance, Driving, Vaulting,  Reining, Paralympic, Horse- ball and Polo

For the disciplines listed below, FISE is responsible for regulating the activity without exclusive jurisdiction: Cross country, Working Equitation, Gymkhanas, Leisure Riding, Trekking and  Orienteering, Point to Point, American Riding, recreational riding, Therapeutic Riding, Para-Driving, Para-Endurance, para-Reining, Vaulting, and all other sport disciplines practised with the   horse that internationally lay under the FEI umbrella.

FISE is affiliated to the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) by which is recognised as the sole representative for Equestrian Sports in Italy, and to European Equestrian Federation  (EEF). Besides FISE joins the Federation of Horses in Education and Therapy International (HETI) and the International Group for Equestrian Qualification (IGEQ). For those disciplines practised by FISE but not recognised by the FEI, FISE joined the relevant international bodies, in particular the Federation of International Polo (FIP) the Fédération Internationale de Horseball (FIHB) the International Mounted Games Association (IMGA) and the World Association for Working Equitation (WAWE).

FISE pursues its activities according to the resolutions and guidelines from CONI (Italian National Olympic Committee) CIO (International Olympic Committees) CIP (Italian Paralympic Committee) IPC (International Paralympic Committee) and the above-mentioned International Federation for the relevant disciplines.

FISE’s institutional objectives, as laid in Art.2 of FISE Statutes, are in particular:

- Promote, organise, encourage, coordinate, and regulate the Equestrian Sport and activities in Italy, fostering all events aimed at the promotion of the practice and culture of equestrianism:

- Promote and organise the education of athletes and trainers

- Foster and coordinate the development of sport competitions, in particular aiming at the international activity and at the participation at the Olympic Games, Word and Continental Championships, within the directives established     by CONI and FEI

- Contribute to the growth and appreciation of the Italian bred sport horse in Italy

- Establish all technical rulings for equestrian activities

- Follow and enforce any initiatives and breeding events organised on the territory that are aimed to the evaluation and selection of the sport horse

- Encourage, enhance, and support any Body that may have relation to the Equestrian Sports and operating under the federal activity, facilitating their constitution and further development

- Study all useful innovations and modifications in the practical implementation of the sport activity aiming to the refinement of the rulings and of the technical running of the events

- Assist other Bodies or structures for the development of the sport horse in Italy

- Promote, develop and organise all activities related to the social use of the horse, in particular the therapeutic riding, jointly with the Italian Paralympic Committee (CIP)

- Enforce the fundamental principles in the Statutes of the National Sport Federations and of the Associated Sport Disciplines enacted by CONI