Gardaí have released without charge five men arrrested as part of a criminal investigation for alleged tampering with passports and microchips of horses
New faces in the Cabinet will hopefully prove strong supporters of the underfunded €816 million sport horse industry
Bridle, saddle and harness-maker, Lucy Cushley from Co Down, was one of the five winners of the RDS Craft Awards 2020
The political roadshow is set to wheel its way from Leinster House to the Convention Centre for this key weekend in a move that shows how far we all are from normal times
Gardai have appealed for the public's help in a fatal road accident in Carlow in which a boy (10) was tragically killed by a jeep and horsebox
Eventing Ireland announced that the National Championships, due to be held in September, is cancelled due to coronavirus but ODE eventing fixtures are starting back
A commitment was given in the Programme for Government towards the Sport Horse Industry, as well as equine and animal welfare, write Isabel Hurley and Judith Faherty
With our country's finances on its knees, let's hope that bulk of the Green Party members have their feet firmly on the ground when it comes to casting their votes
Lanaken 2020 is planning to go ahead in the autumn and proved a much-needed shot in the arm for the sport horse industry, write Isabel Hurley and Judith Faherty
The green shoots of commerce are a welcome sight for the industry's sore eyes
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