A gauntlet of emotions ran high at Tokyo for breeders, owners, riders and coaches as the white-knuckle ride continues this weekend for our eventers
A French-bred horse found with a French passport and two passports IHR passports illustrates that more needs to be done to tighten up equine traceability procedures
Industry stakeholders join TDs' calls for greater equine identification and traceability to stamp out any fraudulent and cruel practices involving Irish horses and the food chain
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue told the Dail that a review of equine identification and traceability will be done by year's end
Many congratulations to our 2020 recipients of The Irish Field Awards - Kate Dwyer, Denis Lynch, Cathal Daniels, Jack Ryan and Godfrey Gibbons
Having survived a global pandemic and overcome huge opposition among the Japanese public, the curtain is finally about to go up on the Olympic Games
Kildare North TD James Lawless (FF) raised many questions in the Dail this week over the controversial decision by Horse Sport Ireland not to send a dressage team to Tokyo
There was smashing trade at Goresbridge's three-day sales this week for Irish horses and ponies where turnover topped the €1.7 million mark
In the space of just 24 hours, 11th hour Olympic appeals by eventing and dressage riders were heard and dismissed as Horse Sport Ireland turns its attention to Tokyo
Ireland's John Roche received the German Silver Rider Cross, one of the highest awards from the German Equestrian Federation, for his contribution to equestrian sport over the last 33 years
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