Our Partner Federations

When collaborating with equestrian federations, we have observed that despite similarities, each federation has its unique processes and ways of organizing equestrian sports.
FIPA is designed in a manner that allows for adaptation to various business processes and the development of customized services tailored to each federation.



The Finnish database and entry system of the Finnish Equestrian Federation were launched in 2020:
The system includes multiple integrations with external databases, such as the clubs' register, the national horses' register, and the national tax office reporting module for managing tax reporting related to prize money payouts.

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    In Finland, the management of the competition calendar is decentralized. Events can be organized at the club, regional, or national level and can be directly managed by the organizing clubs. The process of approving events for the calendar and opening them for entries varies based on the event's level, with a streamlined process for club-level shows and a more intricate procedure involving regional or national committees for regional and national shows.
    The Finnish Equestrian Federation maintains over a hundred different ranking lists at national and regional levels, categorized by age groups and types of horses and ponies.
    The platform is utilized for collecting entries not only for competitions but also for national and regional clinics and training sessions.



The system for the Royal Belgian Equestrian Federation was launched in January 2024
The sports administration is follows the federal structure of the country, where there are the National Federation, two Leagues and several Regional organizations. Both Leagues have their own IT systems to manage clubs, members and more. Therefore, FIPA in Belgium acts also in the role of integrating different IT systems together.

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    For the Belgian Equestrian Federation and two Leagues (Paardensport Vlaanderen and LEWB), an API has been developed to exchange data on athletes, clubs, licenses, and memberships in real time.

    Horses' database is fully managed with the main processes, such as adding a horse to the database, payment of the immatriculation fees, invoicing, change of the horse´s responsible person, submitting pony measurements´ records, all of which have been digitalized.

    Events´ organizers have full autonomy in deciding on the entry rules for every competition, including the licenses for athletes and horses, age categories, previous competing experience, affiliation to a region or a league, and many other parameters.

    In Belgium, there are several different scoring systems and results in use, including Equipe APP, Equi-score, Horses and Competitions, ATRM, and many others. For all scoring software providers, there is an option of integration via API to import entries and export results, or as an alternative, .csv files can be used.

    Different kinds of analytical tools are used to work with results´ data, including the automatic calculation of handicap levels of athletes, horses, and pairs, qualifications and ranking points, as well as charts.

    Belgium organizes many international shows, and Belgian athletes are active in competing internationally. For the scale of international sports in Belgium, the integration with the FEI web-services, including the calendar, entry systems, and results, is deemed “a must-have” for a Federation IT platform.

    In addition, a full invoicing solution with online payments has been developed for the Federation´s needs to receive payments and issue invoices for the main services provided for athletes.



The system of the Norwegian Equestrian Federation was introduced in 2021 and boasts a variety of distinctive features and processes:
The Norwegian Equestrian Federation's system is seamlessly integrated with the national register for clubs and athletes, encompassing the licensing of athletes. The management of horses is overseen by the federation through the FIPA platform. It supports numerous processes such as horse registration, payment of registration fees, transfer of horse ownership, as well as applications and payments for FEI documents and registrations, along with the annual licensing of horses.

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    In addition to horses´ administration, there is a significant emphasis on supporting the work of officials, which includes a dedicated module for officials to document and submit their professional activities, and a specialized system for completing and submitting official reports following each event. These reports adhere to a unique structure that is tailored to each discipline and role within the show.
    While Norway has minimal ranking tables, there is a sophisticated system for qualifications based on results in Olympic disciplines.

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