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The 2019 FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horse at Lanaken will be held from September 19th-22nd next
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 August 2019
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Irish sport horse results from all over the world, plus breeding details
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 September 2018
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Susan Finnerty dives into the breeding behind last Sunday's historic Irish gold, silver and bronze sweep in the five-year-old final at the FEI World Breeding Championships at Lanaken
By Susan Finnerty on 21 September 2018
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Gold, silver and bronze medals all went to Ireland's Richard Howley, Darragh Ryan and Mikey Pender respectively in the five-year-old final at the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships at Lanaken
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 September 2018
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Vincent Byrne and the Irish-bred Pearls Princess Gervantus were just edged out of a win in the six-year-old consolation class at Lanaken
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 September 2018
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Sharon Fitzpatrick's home-bred gelding Keatingstown Z Wellie Two won the seven-year-old qualifier at Lanaken with daughter Susan in the saddle
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 September 2018
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Richard Howley, Darragh Ryan and Mikey Pender took gold, silver and bronze in the five-year-old final of the World Championships for Young Horses at Lanaken
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 September 2018
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Irish riders are hopeful of doing well at the WBFSH Championships at Lanaken
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 September 2018
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Some disappointed owners and riders publicly questioned the process for Lanaken selection this week but Horse Sport Ireland stood squarely behind the published criteria
By Emer Bermingham on 31 August 2018
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Just 15 combinations were announced for Lanaken, despite previous news that the quota had been increased
By Judith Faherty on 24 August 2018
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The selections for the 2018 FEI WBFSH World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses have been announced
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 August 2018
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Thoroughbred gelding Wee Hot Toddy competed at the highest level in eventing with the Cullen family; the Glynn family lost top broodmare Killossery Kruisette
By Margie McLoone on 29 June 2018
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The breeder of Lanaken gold medal winner Columbcille Gipsy, Eamonn Murphy from Kilkenny received an award at the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Breeding Awards in Co Laois
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 December 2017
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Lanaken gold medal winner in the six-year-olds category, Columbcille Gipsy (ISH) has been selected for the P.S.I. elite auction in December
By Emer Bermingham on 27 October 2017
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Vincent Byrne was the best Irish in the five-year-old final, while Killossery Kaiden finished seventh in the seven-year-olds
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 September 2017
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Ger O'Neill became the first Irish rider to win a gold medal two years in a row at the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses
By Judith Faherty on 29 September 2017
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Kilkenny's Ger O'Neill won the gold medal at Lanaken for the second consecutive year
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 September 2017
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The 2017 World Breeding Championships for Young Horses are underway in Lanaken, Belgium
By Judith Faherty on 22 September 2017
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Horse Sport Ireland announced the 15 horses that will represent the Irish WBFSH Studbooks at Lanaken 2017
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 August 2017
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The selection process for the World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses will remain the same as 2016
By Judith Faherty on 21 April 2017
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