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Some British veterinary surgeons are refusing to clear mares for travel until their foals are 30 days old, which could cause the mare to miss her optimum covering time
By Mark Costello on 19 February 2021
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Costs of moving horses from Britain into Europe have jumped by up to 320% since Brexit as an EFRA Committee gathers information on moving horses across borders. Should we open a similar inquiry here?
By Isabel Hurley on 19 February 2021
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Well known equine hauliers Seale Transport successfully brought 11 sport horse ponies to mainland Europe via the UK landbridge
By Isabel Hurley on 19 February 2021
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There are reports of horses enduring long journeys to avoid avoid the new post-Brexit regulations by travelling to Britain via Northern Ireland
By Judith Faherty on 12 February 2021
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Tuesday's Teagasc webinar heard of evolving changes to equine travel post Brexit as expert teams set up in the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine to assist people moving horses and ponies
By Isabel Hurley on 05 February 2021
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A virtual maze of customs requirements and possible VAT implications were outlined by Revenue officials for horse owners at Teagasc's webinar on equine travel
By Isabel Hurley on 05 February 2021
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Dr Des Leadon, veterinary surgeon and adviser to the ITBA, explains what has been going on behind the scenes to ensure Europe's bloodstock industry is not brought to a standstill by Brexit
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 February 2021
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The UK now require all those travelling in a horse box or lorry to hold an equine transport licence
By Rachel Moriarty on 29 January 2021
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There's plenty of new rules and regulations to get to grips with post-Brexit including the need to get your haulage vehicle approved in Britain
By Isabel Hurley on 29 January 2021
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Simon Cooper of Weatherbys outlined to the latest ITBF webinar some new developments coming down the tracks with digital passports which, it is hoped, will help to ease equine movement in the future
By Isabel Hurley on 29 January 2021
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Dr David Savage, Senior Manager BDO Customs and International Trade, answers some frequently asked questions from horse owners on tax issues
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2021
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Sales companies will take on the VAT liability on behalf of consignors under the 'docket system'
By Mark Costello on 22 January 2021
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A brief summary of what has changed for horse transport since Britain left the European Union and the transition period ended
By Mark Costello on 22 January 2021
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In this special report The Irish Field asks trainers, breeders and transporters how they are managing with the new regulations around moving horses between Ireland and Britain
By Mark Costello on 22 January 2021
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Patrick Keane of Ballinroe Transport reports on how the new regulations have slowed down business and need to be streamlined
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2021
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Northern Ireland's unique status as both part of the United Kingdom and part of the EU Single Market means that a lot of the paperwork is not required
By Mark Costello on 22 January 2021
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Bryan Mayoh, a British NH breeder who regularly sends young stock to Ireland, wants to help his Irish colleagues get across to Government the severity of the problems facing the thoroughbred industry
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2021
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“We estimate that it will have cost between €700 and €800 before the horse even leaves the yard."
By Mark Costello on 22 January 2021
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The once easy trading measures between Ireland and its biggest market, Britain, is now threatened by post-Brexit customs, rising transport costs and VAT rates
By Judith Faherty on 22 January 2021
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Teagasc's February 2nd 'Let's Talk Equine' webinar will feature leading officials from the Department of Agriculture and from Customs
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2021
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