Donegal horseman Simon Scott survived a rotational fall and tells Ruth Loney how thankful he is to everyone around him
By Irish Field Contributor on 19 February 2021
Family man, breeder, veterinary surgeon and one of the founding members of the SJI, Jim White has left behind a great legacy, writes Dickie Power
Liz O’Flynn gives practical tips to breeders on monitoring the pregnant mares
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2017
Farmer William Kells from Cavan how he bred an Olympic medal-winning horse from mare bought at local mart
All her birthday wishes came true for breeder Margaret Walsh who learned of sport horse award on her birthday
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 November 2015
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Carrickmacross breeder Tom Jones bowled over by interest as he offers 14 three-year-old Carrick Diamond Lad horses for sale in one go
Eamon Briscoe bred one of Ireland's best known Connemara ponies in Sillogue Darkie
WORK begins on Monday on the latest refurbishments to be carried out at Down Royal Racecourse
The next meeting of the Dublin Racing Club is on Thursday, September 11th at 7.30pm and special guest will be none other than Jim Bolger
Horse breeders could be in line for a slice of the €100m set aside in the Rural Development (RDP) plan for knowledge transfer or discussion groups.
"We need to put in place incentives and policies that will secure the future supply of quality, sound stock." - Joan Bateman, Traditional Irish Horse Association, Thornberry House, Curraghchase, Adare
Breeders in the west have accused the government and the upper end of the sport horse industry of displaying a “snob element’’ towards horse people in the west of Ireland.
Breeders are facing into another difficult and challenging season when a lot of hard decisions will need to be made.
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