Asian Games 2010 - Guangzhou, China
The Official Shipping Agent
Peden Bloodstock were appointed as the Official Equestrian Shipping, Quarantine and Logistics Provider for the 2010 Asian Games which were held at a newly constructed equestrian venue in Conghua in the South of China.
A Groundbreaking Moment
The 2010 Asian Games highlighted a significant landmark moment for China as it was the first time that international horses were permitted to enter into China, compete and, most importantly, return to their country of origin.
Competition horses had never before been re-exported from China.
This was therefore a major milestone for the equestrian competition world - and one to which Peden has undoubtedly made significant contributions
The Equine Disease Free Zone
Peden Bloodstock worked closely with Chinese government officials, airport stakeholders and vets in the EU, China and across the hub countries throughout Asia to facilitate the establishment and use of an equine disease free zone in Conghua, China for the period of the Asian Games in 2010.
Peden were responsible for leading the negotiation to establish successful certification for horses travelling to and returning from the Games.