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Features and advice on finance, technology, behaviour, legal issues etc. which may affect the management of horses.
The Epsom winner and fourth are both reported to be on course for the Curragh at the end of the month
By Zofia Domaracka on 07 June 2018
Royal Ascot is almost upon us and there are some fantastic renewals of the leading races across the five days
By Zofia Domaracka on 18 May 2018
Many horse racing punters and fans alike are already backing their own Royal Ascot tips
By Zofia Domaracka on 10 May 2018
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Helena Hennessy Ruane has a special gift for healing animals and people alike, writes Leanne O'Sullivan
By Leanne O'Sullivan on 27 April 2018
For many people in Ireland and the UK the sole horse race that they watch in a year is the Grand National at Aintree
By Zofia Domaracka on 18 April 2018
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Following the death of six horses at the Festival, the BHA is reviewing several areas of concern, and there will also be a review of the whip penalties
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 April 2018
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Peter O'Caroll, chairman of the Irish Long Distance Riding Association, explains what's involved in the sport and how you can get involved
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 April 2018
Online betting itself is evolving quickly as the majority of our online activity is now via a smartphone and there is an app for everything!
By Tara Dunne on 28 March 2018
Kildare man Mr Mark McEvoy was convicted last Monday, March 5th for causing unnecessary suffering to an animal and neglecting, or being reckless regarding the health and welfare of an animal
By Irish Field Contributor on 14 March 2018
If you are not a regular at the track or if you are not sure what to look out for when the horses are on parade, here are a few pointers which can hopefully help you determine how well they are going
By Orlaith Cuddihy on 19 February 2018
Even as you analyze the horses, it is important that you also put the bookmarkers into consideration to ensure that you get the best value for your money
By Orlaith Cuddihy on 22 February 2018
As a general rule a category 'B' licence would not allow you to tow a horsebox or a livestock trailer
By Leanne O'Sullivan on 26 January 2018
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