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Alan Fahey will coordinate the research into genetic improvement in show jumping horses
By Judith Faherty on 13 December 2019
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Leo Powell feels that an important comment made by Minister Michael Creed may have fallen on deaf ears
By Leo Powell on 13 December 2019
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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, this week said he would like to be in a situation to provide more funding to Horse Sport Ireland
By Isabel Hurley on 29 November 2019
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Greg Broderick's Ballypatrick Stables has donated a very well-bred colt foal for Tuesday's Goresbridge Go For Gold Sale to raise funds for injured Irish international show jumper Kevin Babington
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 November 2019
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In a stroke of genius, Ballindenisk's Peter Fell and his hard-working team rejigged the timetable and moved entire arenas to finish the cross-country before a deluge
By Sally Parkyn on 04 October 2019
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The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have dealt with almost 90,000 cases since 2014 with 64 prosecutions before the courts
By Isabel Hurley on 24 May 2019
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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD, said figures show up to 30,000 sport horses move from east to west on an annual basis
By Isabel Hurley on 08 February 2019
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Economist Jim Power described the current level of State funding to the Irish sport horse sector as "completely inadequate''
By Isabel Hurley on 23 November 2018
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Greg Broderick and Ger O'Neill both addressed the Joint Oireachtas Agriculture Committee on the need for more State investment in the Irish sport horse industry
By Isabel Hurley on 23 November 2018
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Chairman of the Sports Horse Alliance group, Barry O'Connor, said the time is now to bring the sport horse sector together for the good of all involved
By Isabel Hurley on 23 November 2018
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David O'Brien puts pen to paper this week over the funding of the sport horse industry
By Irish Field Contributor on 19 October 2018
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Worth €816m to the Irish economy, the Budget 2019 allocation of just €500,000 to Horse Sport Ireland simply beggars belief
By Isabel Hurley on 12 October 2018
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The Sport Horse Alliance group intend to finish what they started despite disappointing Budget 2019
By Judith Faherty on 12 October 2018
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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, indicated in this week's pre-budget submission debate at Leinster House, that more funding could be on way for the sport horse industry
By Isabel Hurley on 05 October 2018
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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed said preparation work for Brexit is continuous and ongoing with less than 200 days to go
By Isabel Hurley on 28 September 2018
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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed met leading sport horse and thoroughbred figures arising from the 2017 Equine Summit
By Mark Costello on 20 April 2018
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The ISPCA says it has never been under so much pressure dealing with reports of animal cruelty
By Isabel Hurley on 09 March 2018
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Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, announced the online opening of the 2018 National Reserve and Young Farmers Scheme, writes Aisling Kilmartin
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 February 2018
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The number of horses being slaughtered for the food chain at Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine-approved plants has plunged over the last six years
By Isabel Hurley on 19 January 2018
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Official figures show there has been a huge drop in the number of horses slaughtered at Department-approved slaughter plants over the last five years
By Isabel Hurley on 29 December 2017
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