Susan Finnerty takes a look at the 2018 United States Equestrian Federation sire ranking
Belfast solicitor, who usually competes in the amateur ranks, took on the professionals on Saturday at Maddybenny where she won the CNC1* class
Master Imp (TB) is in third in the world's top eventing sire rankings while Puissance (ISH) takes a big jump up the list
Slyguff Stud's Master Imp reigns as the top Irish-based stallion in the Rolex World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses 2017 sire rankings in which he ranked third overall
The race for the 2017 WBFSH eventing studbook title begins as Susan Finnerty analyses the Adelaide, Kentucky and Badminton results.
Jumbo and Master Imp continue to reign at the top of international event sire rankings, writes Susan Finnerty
With all eyes on America, Susan Finnerty looks at who came first in their latest sire rankings
Susan Finnerty analyses the 2016 sire rankings from British Eventing
Portersize Just A Jiff takes leading horse title with his breeder and dam also topping their respective divisions
There were no surprises in the latest world sport horse sire rankings with Diamant De Semilly, Contendro 1 and De Niro excelling
Susan Finnerty looks at the stallions who dominate the world rankings for producing event horses
From versatile ponies to performance horses and good all-rounders, there's plenty of variety at Goresbridge next week
Bright start for ISH studbook to retain WBFSH eventing title, poor start in show jumping race
Master Imp's latest accolade acknowledged at Stallion Owners Society AGM
The Slyguff Stud stallion has topped American rankings for event sires
Susan Finnerty looks at the movers and shakers in the 2014 sire rankings for eventing, show jumping and dressage, as compiled by the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses
Mother and daughter searching for background of favourite mare bought in Ireland in 2003
Slyguff Stud sire overtakes long-time leader Heraldik to top world rankings
Susan Finnerty looks at which Irish-bred horses made their presence felt across the Atlantic in America last year
Jinnie Webb was presented with a painting of HL Mrs Imp by artist Paddy Lennon at Wexford Equestrian last Friday.
By Irish Field Contributor on 15 August 2014
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