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Horse breeding news and information from the Irish Farmers Journal

The latest news from the sport horse and thoroughbred world. Weekly focus on breeding, national hunt, showjumping, eventing, showing and sales for the farmer breeder.
Gigginstown have stated that they will operate without a retained rider for the coming season.
By on 03 August 2017
Zambia is embarking on his competition career and stud duties with Clem McMahon of Hilton Farm.
By Contributor on 18 May 2017
Michael Slavin meets the team at Ballylinch Stud to find out their key to success
By Contributor on 11 May 2017
Michael Slavin talks to Derek Iceton of Tara Stud about surviving the devastating downturn that hit early in the new millennium.
By Contributor on 27 April 2017
The good jumping mare Ado Annie, who was sold to the US, bred a filly by flexible this year and it is the owners intentions that she will compete and breed in Ireland, writes Michael Slavin.
By Contributor on 20 April 2017
UCD equine reproduction expert Sunita Jeawon MVB reviews the condition of Perinatal Asphyxia or "Dummy Foal'' Syndrome.
By Contributor on 23 March 2017
Michael Slavin looks at the great Kilkenny auction power house built up by Kitty Donohoe and her hard-working family.
By Contributor on 23 March 2017
The Irish Sport Horse Studbook triumphed at every level on the international stage in 2016 but how did these horses reach that level asks HSI's Director of Breeding, Alison Corbally.
By Contributor on 23 March 2017
Just two young Irish Sport Horse stallions met the inspection requirements at last week’s Horse Sport Ireland inspections at Cavan Equestrian Centre, writes Michael Slavin.
By Contributor on 16 March 2017
The production of the young horse is an agri activity and therefore the equine industry can avail of support and funding from the Common Agriculture Policy.
By Leanne O'Sullivan on 16 March 2017
At just nine-years-old, Scrapman has become Ireland's top Irish Draught stallion with impressive progeny to show for it.
By on 23 March 2017
Michael Slavin visits the Garda Mounted Unit where Irish Draught geldings rule.
By Contributor on 23 March 2017
Yearling colt with green book by captain canute ...
Black filly 6 years old 15 hands very quite well handled bit green will only sel...

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