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Persistent hard work has paid off for the industry and the team at Horse Sport Ireland as Government ears are finally heeding the Irish Sport Horse Industry
By Isabel Hurley on 27 November 2020
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Behind closed political doors, major talks are going on with less than 60 days to go to the end of the Brexit transition period
By Isabel Hurley on 06 November 2020
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With Brexit looming, equine businesses that trade with the UK were urged to register with Revenue for an EORI if they have not already done so
By Isabel Hurley on 29 May 2020
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An English buyer bought the top lot during week one of the Goresbridge September sale, and the clearance rate increased, despite Brexit fears
By Judith Faherty on 13 September 2019
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Tanaiste Simon Coveney made the key note address at the ITBA Seminar at the Lyrath Estate Kilkenny
By Olivia Hamilton on 15 February 2019
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Top-class panel unveiled for afternoon event in Kilkenny on Monday, February 11th
By Mark Costello on 01 February 2019
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Tánaiste Simon Coveney addressed journalists at the Guild of Agricultural Journalists Brexit briefing at the Irish Farm Centre
By Judith Faherty on 02 November 2018
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Leo Powell, once a Brexit ignorer, now realises how important, and potentially damaging, it will be
By Leo Powell on 02 February 2018
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Ministers Simon Coveney and Michael Creed should prove strong allies of Irish equine sector as Mairead McGuinness throws open the EU door to all stakeholders ahead of Brexit
By Isabel Hurley on 16 June 2017
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The book should be thrown hard at those convicted of carrying out rural crimes, writes Isabel Hurley
By Isabel Hurley on 19 May 2017
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Martin Heydon facilitated a meeting of Kildare business representatives, including trainer Ted Walsh, with Minister Simon Coveney on Wednesday.
By Leo Powell on 14 April 2017
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The legislation must make it to Aras an Uachtaran before the Taoiseach gets there
By Mark Costello on 22 January 2016
A project that could revitalise flat racing in Ireland was launched this week
By Mark Costello on 30 October 2015
Plans for the €65 million Curragh development were finally unveiled on Wednesday morning
By Mark Costello on 04 August 2017
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Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney says the Curragh redevelopment will help revitalise Irish racing
By Isabel Hurley on 16 October 2015
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Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney claims government money is being pumped into the sport horse industry like never before
By Isabel Hurley on 16 October 2015
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Leo Powell looks back at a week when Irish racing and breeding was to the fore in the minds of our politicians
By Leo Powell on 02 October 2015
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Expect big news about the Curragh's €55 million redevelopment soon
By Mark Costello on 28 August 2015
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Lives lost in farming accidents throughout Ireland are recalled at a remembrance event in Laois
By Margie McLoone on 03 July 2015
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The second round of Jumping in the City attracted more than 2,000 spectators keen to see international riders Billy Twomey and Cian O'Connor compete alongside local amateurs
By Emer Bermingham on 19 June 2015
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