The Arthur Judge household was like Grand Central Station over Christmas and the New Year with visitors from all over the world
"The relationship between the two countries is vital"
Zabeel Stables recorded their first win at the Jinma Lake Racecourse last Saturday when Start Right landed the feature under Richard Mullen
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 April 2016
Eoin Sullivan reports from his recent trip to ride at the Wuhan International Racing Festival in China
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 November 2015
Eight Irish show jumping and event horses will be exported in early January but the sale of two more was scuppered by their country of birth
Brian Morrison's latest Chinese exploits and Tom MacGuiness' endurance race in Uruguay are included in this week's round-up
China's Datie Ha pilots Irish-bred horse to top-10 finish in Guangzhou Grand Prix
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 December 2014
In the final part if her China series, Susan Finnerty talks to equestrian consultant and Tuam native Austin Melia
Galway's Arthur Judge is fast becoming the master farrier of China writes Susan Finnerty
Susan Finnerty talks to Michael Connolly of Connolly's Red Mills about the intricacies of doing business in China and why his son spent Transition year in Beijing
Cork eventing and show jumping rider Brian Morrison helped the Guandong Jinbole team to second place in the Longines FEI China League Final in Beijing
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 October 2014
Mayo teenager Michael Duffy jumps double clear on European gold medal-winning team writes Isabel Hurley
Mayo teenager Michael Duffy will fly the tricolour for Ireland in the equestrian element of the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China (August 19th to 24th).
Red Curran, the 2011 sale-topper at the Goresbridge Go for Gold sale has been selected to represent China in eventing at the Asian Games in South Korea this September.
There are all sorts of ways that writers and breeders have had over the years to express the importance of the winning post at Epsom.
My father, Pat O’Hagan, was the racecourse veterinary surgeon at the old Dundalk track for 41 years, so naturally some of my earliest memories revolve around racing.
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
The first ever horses to be exported directly from Ireland to China have touched down in their new Asian home.
Veteran horseman Hugh Leonard urged breeders and producers to stick to the traditional Irish-bred horse and produce rideable horses so much in demand in the key middle market.
The first ever horses to be exported directly from Ireland to China are in quarantine and expected to fly to their new Asian home on May 7th.
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