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FEI published this video item, entitled “FEI Solidarity 2020 – VOTE NOW! | FEI Awards 2020” – below is their description.
The FEI Solidarity Award 2020 will be given to an FEI Solidarity or equestrian development project, an individual or organisation that has demonstrated skill, dedication, and energy in expanding the sport. The nominees are: 2009: Wendy Gidlow/Heritage Equestrian (RSA) 2010: Ebony Horse Club for Youth in Brixton (GBR) 2011: Soraya Ourrais/Equestrian Sport in Cambodia (FRA/MAR) 2012: Shumbashaba Horses Helping People (RSA) 2013: National Army Riding School Grito de Ascencio (URU) 2014: Equal Ark Horsemanship & Therapy SGP 2015: Les Chevaux Qui Pansent Les Plaies (HAI) 2016: Royal Moroccan Federation For Equestrian Sports (MAR) 2017: Retraining of Racehorses (IND) 2018: The Horsemanship Charity Programme (CHN) 2019: UNO Yxklinten Farrier Training in Zambia (SWE) Vote now at https://fei.org/awards The voting is open from 10 to 22 November. ▶▶ Subscribe to our YouTube channel & hit the bell! 🔔 ▶▶ http://go.fei.org/YouTube?d ▶▶ Exclusive videos on #FEItv: http://go.fei.org/fei-tv?d Instagram: http://fei.org/instagram Facebook: http://fei.org/facebook Twitter: http://fei.org/twitterFEI YouTube Channel
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The sovereign state of Cambodia has a population of over 15 million. Buddhism is enshrined in the constitution as the official state religion, and is practised by more than 97% of the population. Cambodia’s minority groups include Vietnamese, Chinese, Chams and 30 hill tribes.
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