Our first ever TB Dressage League finished with a flourish as Cass Foley topped both classes with her beloved Rodney (Eoghan’s Delight). The winning prize for each class was a Pivo Silver pack and Cass has kindly passed her Novice winning prize on to the 2nd-placed Becky Grimes. Congratulations to both and happy filming! Connolly’s RED MILLS
It’s not the first thing that jumps to mind when considering a therapy for our times, but the horse-assisted workshops of June Burgess – a former Ireland three-day-eventer and ex-owner of Belfast’s Fitzwilliam Hotel – have been helping care staff cope with their workload. Gail Bell finds out more Care-home worker Amy Moore gave
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 February 2021 We can expect more heavy rainfall events in the future \ Healy Racing David O’Connell of OCAE Consultants has details of the ITBA’s biodiversity and sustainably project THE recent provisional audit on Irish greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) for 2019 shows a decrease in net emissions of 4.3%.
The Irish Field / Second careers for retired racehorses By Zofia Domaracka on 28 January 2019 Multiple Group 1 winner Cirrus Des Aigles being paraded after his retirement at Deauville. Photo Zuzanna Lupa THE ways that racehorses are treated after they are ‘retired’ has been a source of contention for a long time. However, those
by Andrew Chesser +1 (859) 224-2741 firstname.lastname@example.org The International Forum for the Aftercare of Racehorses (IFAR) announced today that it will be hosting its fifth forum as a virtual series on each Tuesday during the month of April. The sessions, which will include a combination of prerecorded content and live discussions, will be held on
The founder of the Urban Equestrian Academy talks to Racing Post’s Jonathan Harding “I went from being the youngest trainer to being subjected to racism and undermined” The Urban Equestrian Academy is based in the countryside on the outskirts of Leicester and it helps to bridge the gap between these two realities, connecting inner-city children
Racing Post’s Lewis Porteous spends a day with the centre’s visionary Keith Hackett You do not have to sit on a horse at Park Palace Ponies to be inspired by what is taking place at the inner-city riding school for complete novices in Liverpool. That is thanks in part to the former Victorian music hall,