In April 2010, the FEI launched its Equine Prohibited Substances Database. In this database one can search for substances that are prohibited for use in horses during competition and substances that are not permitted for use in horses at any time. The database also includes the substance’s classification under banned substances or controlled medication and information about its use and effects.
The FEI is happy to announce that the Equine Prohibited Substances Database has been revamped. The new version is now available at the same address: http://prohibitedsubstancesdatabase.feicleansport.org/
Changes have been made to the technology and the layout in order to facilitate the search of substances. The interface has been cleaned up to focus on the most important information.
The corresponding mobile apps for Android and Apple iOS will be updated before the end of 2016 and be made available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
You can also find the Equine Prohibited Substances Database by clicking the “Clean Sport” button of Inside FEI or through www.feicleansport.org