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Having decent prize money as a bit of an incentive, especially in National Hunt racing, is vital
By Anne Marie Duff on 21 May 2021
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West Ham fan Simon Keane gives his views on ownership
By Olivia Hamilton on 09 April 2021
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Relief and positivity evident in point-to-point sector after the government gave the green light for fixtures to go ahead next weekend.
By Ronan Groome on 02 April 2021
Cork, Tipperary and Fairyhouse will stage four meetings through April and a review of the restart of point-to-points will then take place
By Anne Marie Duff on 31 March 2021
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The dominance of Irish-trained horses at last week's Cheltenham Festival put the focus on issues in British jump racing
By Anne Marie Duff on 26 March 2021
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There were 114 and 119 entries for two maiden hurdles in Clonmel and Navan this week
By Anne Marie Duff on 19 February 2021
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Update on the Charles Byrnes case, sponsorship news, live racing on TG4, and two new directors at the Irish National Stud
By Mark Costello on 12 February 2021
“We envisage scheduling four or five races at each of these new meetings to allow for potential divides of multiple races to create eight-race cards at the additional fixtures."
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 December 2020
The new industry and education brand 'equuip' has a digital and print campaign called ‘people behind the moment’ which celebrates those working in racing and breeding
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 November 2020
Back to racing behind closed doors at Level 3, means it will only be essential workers allowed
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 October 2020
It has been confirmed that two people per horse will be allowed to attend race meetings from Monday
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 September 2020
Ronan Groome asks why can't our governing body make the case for racecourses to open up to owners and the paying public again or at least put forward a roadmap of sorts
By Ronan Groome on 08 September 2020
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Owners will not be allowed attend race meetings in Ireland until August 31st at the earliest following the Government's decision to push back Phase 4 of the roadmap this week
By Ronan Groome on 07 August 2020
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Ray Mulvaney, chairman of the Irish National Bookmakers Association, talks to Ronan Groome about the worrying scenario facing his colleagues
By Ronan Groome on 31 July 2020
Despite not having racegoers on track, the ICW Committee looks forward to seeing the array of horses that will line up at Leopardstown and the Curragh
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 July 2020
Owners will not be allowed back to the racecourse for another three weeks
By Ronan Groome on 16 July 2020
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Richard Pugh of the Association for Irish Racehorse Owners says that it is a positive that owners have been put to the forefront as soon as guidelines have allowed
By Ronan Groome on 26 June 2020
The Galway Plate, Galway Hurdle, Grimes Hurdle and An Riocht Chase have all been maintained in the schedule
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 May 2020
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The most important thing is that horses get a chance to pay for their keep, to get back racing
By Anne Marie Duff on 29 May 2020
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While the classics have been rearranged and racing has a window of opportunity to fill a sports void, there are still many worrying months ahead
By Anne Marie Duff on 22 May 2020
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