Former Horse Sport Ireland chairman Pat Wall corners market on progeny bred in Co Sligo out of a Cruising half-sister to NZB Grass Valley
Let's hope that threats of a looming general election will not be the latest unforseen giant spanner to be thrown into the works, writes Isabel Hurley
The debate on the future shape of sport horse sector needs to be thrown wide open
Pat Wall, Chairman of Horse Sport Ireland, and Patrick O'Donovan, Minister for Tourism and Sport, welcomed riders from almost 30 nations
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 August 2016
Some of the country's major equestrian centres are now working together to shape the future of the €700m Irish sport horse industry
Chairman of Horse Sport Ireland, Pat Wall, wants to release Deloitte report on HSI website after upcoming board meeting
A wide range of buyers, breeders, producers and stallion owners air their views on HSI's stallion inspection suspension
Aachen incident case before Court of Arbitration in Switzerland on Wednesday, December 16th
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 December 2015
Top legal panel of three passionate horsemen to help argue Ireland's show jumping case for Rio 2016
Industry leaders claim multi-million euro boost from RDS success will penetrate all levels of the Irish Sport Horse industry
Chairman of Horse Sport Ireland Pat Wall believes this week's WEG performances bode well for Irish equestrianism writes Isabel Hurley
Chairman of Horse Sport Ireland, Pat Wall, pays tribute to Ireland's eventing team writes Isabel Hurley
Young riders bring home two golds and a silver from top equestrian events in Britain and China writes Isabel Hurley
Banbridge exhibitor John Donaghy wins supreme youngstock championships with Northern Image writes Margie McLoone
Horse Sport Ireland, the RDS and Teagasc are to postpone publication of the sport horse strategy review until September, despite earlier indications that the report would be published in July.
Horse Sport Ireland chairman Pat Wall is calling on the industry to “focus on the positives”
Funding for horse breeding discussion groups could be secured from the Department of Agriculture’s €580 million annual budget for rural development, it has emerged.
The latest in a series of recent thought-provoking seminars took place last Sunday when the Traditional Irish Horse Association (TIHA) held a forum in the Newpark Hotel in Co Kilkenny.
Pat Wall says “there’s a lot to be positive about” after a meeting last Wednesday week with Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney.
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