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Sport horse and thoroughbred news 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.
The breeding stock section of the sale produced the week’s highest price of €280,000.
By on 15 February 2018
A significant piece of the Gold Cuppuzzle could fall into place at Ascot this weekend, writes Ryan McElligott.
By on 15 February 2018
Entries are now closed for next month’s Horse Sport Ireland Stallion Inspections at Cavan Equestrian Centre
By on 15 February 2018
The Connolly's Redmills Spring tour attracted its usual good following at the opening round at JAG Equestrian last Sunday, which was won by Frank Curran.
By on 15 February 2018
Well-known exhibitor and producer, Aidan Williamson talks to Susan FInnerty about how he came to realise his calling for the show ring.
By on 15 February 2018
A new broadcasting deal for increased live coverage of Irish horse racing for the next three years has been announced
By Leanne O'Sullivan on 08 February 2018
The prices largely reflected the mixed quality of the stock, and while there was a very solid market between €4,000-€5,000, writes Sally Parkyn.
By on 08 February 2018
Ryan McElligott looks back at some of the key points from the two-day Dublin Racing Festival.
By on 08 February 2018
A familiar name in Ireland, Paul Beecher talks to Emer Bermingham about the success of Loughnatousa Stud.
By on 08 February 2018
Well known breeder, Harold McGahern tells Michael Slavin that he believes the Department of Agriculture should take back the Irish Stud Book.
By on 08 February 2018
Mary Dooner talks about sweet memories and party plans for showing exhibitors.
By on 08 February 2018
Naas Racecourse's new feature building, The Circle, was unveiled ahead of the final January meeting.
By Contributor on 01 February 2018
in as new condition little used bargain at €1,900...
Broken but not ridden. Has been showed as foal and yearling and won many prizes....

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