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Unique opportunity for Teagasc/ISH young breeders
on 14 September 2016
Edward and Jack Doyle’s yard in Co Kildare is the venue for the September 17th Teagasc/ISH young breeders training day

TEAGASC are holding another young breeders training day this Saturday, September 17th, at Punchestown House in Naas, Co Kildare with show jumper Edward Doyle and his brother Jack (coach, stallion inspector and former international show jumper).

Training will focus on assessing conformation and athleticism traits of sport horses and will prepare young breeders for the National competition on November 3rd. Young breeders hoping to partake in the World Championships in Canada next year must attend the National competition.

This is a superb opportunity for young people across the country to join with the Teagasc equine specialists and Edward and Jack Doyle for an afternoon spent evaluating conformation and athleticism traits in show jumping horses. The insight into top competition yards in invaluable for those hoping to progress to the World Championships and ultimately succeed in the Irish breeding industry.

All young people aged 13-24 years on January 1st 2016 are welcome to attend. Booking must be made online in advance at the link below.

Click here to book a place at the Teagasc training day

For more information contact Wendy Conlon on 087-9879083 or wendy.conlon@teagasc.ie.

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