The first leg of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series 2014 will take place at Louth County Show, which runs from 26th to 27th April. Riders should note that entries for all ISH SJ classes are on a pre-entry basis and must be made through the Showjumping Ireland offices. No other form of entry will be accepted. Please ensure your entries are made with SJI before 4pm on Thursday 24th April. No late entries will be accepted. Full criteria for the 2014 Series can be viewed here.
Horse Sport Ireland and Eventing Ireland have announced details of the 2014 Irish Sport Horse Studbook Eventing Series. Full criteria for this year's Series as well as details of the increased prize money on offer can be viewed by downloading the documents below. Expressions of interest to host legs of this year's Series are now being sought from venues. Venues wishing to apply should download the application form below.
Horse Sport Ireland has announced the full criteria for the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series 2014. The criteria can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. Please note, as there have been changes to the criteria since last year's Series, anyone intending to compete in the 2014 Series should read the document below carefully. For further enquiries, please contact Sophie D'Alton in Horse Sport Ireland.
ISH SJ SERIES 2014 - CRITERIA
Horse Sport Ireland has announced the dates and venues for the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series 2014. The full list of dates and venues is detailed below.
Applications are now being sought from venues to run legs of the 2014 Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series.
By law each foal must be registered within six months of its birth or before 31st December that year, whatever occurs later. Equines that are not registered before the 31st December of their year of birth or within six months following the date of birth, whatever occurs later, must be stamped as “not intended for slaughter for human consumption” on their identification document in accordance with S.I. 357 of 2011.
Stallion Inspections for the Irish Sport Horse Studbook and the Irish Draught Horse Studbook will be held by Horse Sport Ireland (HSI) at Cavan Equestrian Centre commencing on 25th February 2014.
HSI has appointed two Designated Veterinary Clinics where stallions may complete the veterinary aspect of the stallion classification process in advance of the inspections at Cavan. Further details are included on the application form which must be completed and returned before the closing date of 16th December 2013.
Horse Sport Ireland is the governing body for equestrian sport in Ireland as recognised by:
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Horse Sport Ireland is welfare aware:
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