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A ready cut in fixtures of approved equestrian events was undertaken by the main affiliates of Showjumping Ireland, Eventing Ireland and Dressage Ireland to ensure equestrian sport was kept open
By Isabel Hurley on 02 April 2021
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Horse Sport Ireland starkly warned by Government Departments that increased equestrian activity nationwide could lead to plug being pulled, writes Isabel Hurley and Judith Faherty
By Isabel Hurley on 26 March 2021
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The sport horse industry received 4,000 vaccines and will begin by vaccinating FEI horses
By Judith Faherty on 26 March 2021
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Horse Sport Ireland is asking all stakeholders returning home after European tours to show extra vigilance
By Judith Faherty on 12 March 2021
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HSI, the Irish Equine Centre and the Department of Agriculture are enforcing strict quarantine rules for horses returning from Equine Herpes Virus-stricken countries
By Judith Faherty on 05 March 2021
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Economist Colm McCarthy has been appointed by Horse Sport Ireland as an independent consultant over their plans for a new headquarters at Greenogue
By Isabel Hurley on 12 February 2021
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Joe Reynolds spoke further about HSI's proposed move from Naas to Rathcoole
By Judith Faherty on 05 February 2021
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Interim CEO of Horse Sport Ireland, Joe Reynolds, spelt out why Greenogue makes business sense despite some vocal opposition to the proposed plans, writes Isabel Hurley and Judith Faherty
By Isabel Hurley on 29 January 2021
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Acting CEO of HSI, Joe Reynolds, said their 14-year quest to make progress on a Centre of Excellence, including approaching Punchestown among many others
By Isabel Hurley on 29 January 2021
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Acting CEO of Horse Sport Ireland, Joe Reynolds, is to remain on as CEO of the national governing body for 2021
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2021
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Amid soaring Covid cases, Tokyo has been plunged into a lockdown again with less than 200 days to go to the opening ceremony of the Olympics
By Isabel Hurley on 08 January 2021
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Horse Sport Ireland is establishing a new home and a national training centre at Greenogue Equestrian in Rathcoole, writes Isabel Hurley and Judith Faherty
By Isabel Hurley on 25 December 2020
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Horse Sport Ireland will develop a new National Training Centre at Greenogue Equestrian, Rathcoole, moving from their Naas-based HQ by January 2022
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 December 2020
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General elections, the exit of HSI CEO Ronan Muphy and parity with the throughbred industry were some of the main stories of 2020
By Margie McLoone on 01 January 2021
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HSI acting CEO Joe Reynolds is running for a place of the Olympic Federation of Ireland’s Executive Committee
By Judith Faherty on 20 November 2020
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Affiliates to Horse Sport Ireland such as Harness Racing are thankfully allowed go ahead under Level 5 but key Olympic equestrian disciplines remain halted
By Isabel Hurley on 06 November 2020
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Horse Sport Ireland will shortly receive details of amount awarded for specific disciplines and commence distribution of funds on behalf of Sport Ireland
By Judith Faherty on 06 November 2020
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Horse Sport Ireland have requested a hearing before the Oireachtas Agriculture Committee over unequal treatment of sport horse industry in Covid-19 crisis
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 November 2020
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The Irish Sport Horse Industry is now on a cliff edge after a disappointing outcome to crucial negotiations between Horse Sport Ireland and the relevant Government Departments
By Isabel Hurley on 30 October 2020
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Horse Sport Ireland have engaged external counsel over uncertainty following the latest Covid-19 restrictions on the sector
By Judith Faherty on 23 October 2020
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