Representatives from Horse Sport Ireland, the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, the FEI IRL National Head Veterinarian and representatives from the Irish Equine Centre met last night to discuss and agree a risk management EHV-1 Protocol for FEI athletes and horses returning from the Iberian peninsula, the centre of the EHV-1 outbreak.
The Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) has launched a new campaign ‘Don’t Scroll By’ and is calling on the public and sporting stakeholders to take a zero-tolerance approach to online abuse, discrimination and hate speech and to #DeleteBanReport it.
Unfortunately, we remain under current level 5 restrictions until the 5th April at the earliest following the publication of the Government’s revised ‘Living with Covid-19 plan’ last week.Read More…
The Irish Equine Centre has issued an alert regarding an outbreak of the neurological form of equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1) disease at an FEI competition in Valencia, Spain.
We may not be able to enjoy our activities on our horses at the moment due to the current Covid-19 restrictions but why not challenge yourselves to do the Jerusalema craze that’s gone viral in recent weeks.
An online election took place for the first time in the Association of Irish Riding Club CLG’s history earlier this week to fill three vacancies on the Board of Directors.
Horse Sport Ireland has reconfirmed that activities for amateur and non-professional riders are not permitted at Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions.
Clubs are reminded that the 2020 Sports Capital and Equipment Programme will close for applications at 5pm on Monday 1st March 2021. No late or partial applications will be accepted.
The Association of Irish Riding Clubs wants to acknowledge and thank our clubs and members for the efforts they went to since the Covid-19 pandemic took hold in Ireland last March.