Judith Faherty sat down with the Irish para dressage team at CHI Al Shaqab in Doha, Qatar
Leo Powell finds out about a new sponsorship deal for Wexford who start the racing year with a fully-sponsored card
The first of three para dressage competitions took place today at the CHI Al Shaqab, where Ireland is fielding a team
Current chairman of Stallion Owners Society Michael Murphy set to step down after six-year term - AGM is on Sunday, February 24th in Abbeyleix Manor Hotel
Leo Powell spoke this week with Wexford's Michael Murphy ahead of their opening meeting of the year
Are the 2016 foal figures the complete picture or is the practise of white book substitutes still in use? Susan Finnerty investigates
Billy Devereux, owner of the Farmers Kitchen Hotel, made the generous gift of a voucher for overnight stay and dinner and breakfast at his hotel to owners at a recent Wexford meeting
Multi-tasking ponies and riders at the 2017 Carnew Show's family day and double birthday celebrations in the west
Croker Cup class for thoroughbred stallions at Dublin Horse Show cancelled for second year due to lack of support
The final young horse qualifier for the Dublin Horse Show took place in Maryville on Wednesday
Leo Powell reached the halfway stage on his challenge to visit all 26 Irish racecourses in 2017 on a day they are staging a meeting
Buyers from Sweden and Belgium particularly dominated the strong pony trade at Cavan Sale
Leo Powell talks to Michael Murphy as the year’s racing at Wexford opens on March 17th
Susan Finnerty gives a flavour of some of the quotes from a lively Irish Horse Board annual general meeting
Racing at the current site of Wexford Racecourse began 65 years ago, as Leo Powell found out.
Lack of entries cause cancellation of Croker Cup, the Dublin Horse Show shopwindow for thoroughbred stallions
While trainer Ashleigh Murphy stayed at home with their new baby, husband Michael oversaw the win of Redbridge Rudi at Kirkistown
A wide range of buyers, breeders, producers and stallion owners air their views on HSI's stallion inspection suspension
Allegations of wasted money and poor decisions aired at robust meeting of Stallion Owners Society in Abbeyleix
Irish Horse Board's Jim Beecher claims move was not a "total surprise'' but reveals key HSI figures had "no input"
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