ISH Studbook Eventing Series

ISH Studbook Young Horse Series 2021

Horse Sport Ireland and Eventing Ireland have run very successful ISH Classes since 2013 and we hope to continue this popular ISH Studbook Young Horse Series for 2021:

Date

Venue

Reg

EI115

7&8yo

EI110

6 yo

EI100

5 yo

Pony

5&6yo

30 May

Rosanna 1b

SL

Yes

Yes

Yes

12 June

Kilguilkey House

MR

Yes

Yes

Yes

25 July

Crecora

MR

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

7 August

Punchestown

SL

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

14 August

Castle Irvine Necarne

NR

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

22 August

Tattersalls (Final)

NL

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

The final leg will be held at Tattersalls on 22 August where the presentations for the overall ISH League winners will be made.

Alison Corbally, HSI, Director of Breeding and Programmes stated “We are delighted to continue the ISH Young Horse Eventing league for 2021. The aim of the ISH Young Horse League is to further assist in the progressive production of young event horses within the country. This is the seventh year of the series that has continued to grow and has proved very to be a popular and competitive series on the eventing calendar.  We wish all the producers and athletes the best of luck through the series this year.”

David O’Brien, Eventing Ireland Chairman commented “This is a fantastic opportunity for our young horses to compete amongst other horses their age group.  The ISH Studbook Series has produced some excellent horses since its inception and we look forward to watching the potential of these young horses grow.”

Eligibility Criteria

All horses registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed code ISH and sire and dam documented on their passport, are eligible to compete.

  • To check if your horse is eligible to compete please contact Gillian Bond in Horse Sport Ireland (Email: gbond@horsesportireland.ie)
  • All horses must be fully paid up and registered with Eventing Ireland with a naming page of the passport sent to Head Office prior to the entry being made
  • All ponies must be registered with an approved studbook to be eligible
  • If the horse or pony does not meet the eligibility requirements, the combination will be moved to the equivalent class, or entry fee refunded.
  • All athletes must be paid up members of Eventing Ireland
  • There are no day tickets for these classes.
  • All horses and ponies must have completed at least two legs of the series to compete in Final.
  • Entry Fees will be as per Eventing Ireland website

 Prize/Bonus Money

  •  Eventing Ireland Prize money will be paid by the venues as per the Eventing Ireland Rule 7.2. with the additional ISH bonus prize money (as per the Prize Schedule) being paid via bank transfer
  • Prize winners will be required to attend the official prize giving at the end of the event, in particular the final league presentations

 ISH Studbook Final

  • Final leg of this league will be held at Tattersalls on 22 August
  • The Overall League Winners will be announced after results from the final leg have been confirmed and verified.
  • In the event of a tie, the Equality of Marks Rule 19.5 will be applied.
  • It is requested that athletes are to be present and mounted for the official prize giving and photographs, which must be compliant with Covid Government Guidelines at the time
  • Breeders, or their representative, must attend the final leg at the National Championships

    ISH Studbook Young Horse Series 2019

    Alison Corbally (Director of Breeding & Programmes) presenting the winner of the 5YO ISH Studbook Young Horse Eventing Series Adam Haugh & Frazer Duffy who was placed 3rd in the 5YO league.

    FOLLOWING the final leg of the ISH Studbook Young Horse Eventing League for four, five and six year old horses at Tattersalls this weekend, the League winners have been revealed.

The winners are as follows:

6 YO League winner Derena Super Star (ISH), ridden by Daniel Anderson and owned by Richard Ames, bred by Francis Tubman. Sire: Womanizer (KWPN) Dam: Miss Dallas (ISH) Points: 18

5 YO League winner Tullymurry Fifi (ISH), ridden by Adam Haugh and owned and bred by David O’Connor. Sire: Cappuchino (Holst) Dam: Kearneystown Lass (TB). Points: 30

4 YO League winner Kensington Empire (ISH) ridden by Janine Cairns and owned by David Cairns, bred by Derek Noctor. Sire: Emperor Augustus (USA TB) Dam: Greyfrost (ISH). Points: 16

Rockfall (ISH) ridden by Jonathan Steele, won the six year-old leg at Tattersalls, while Ranga Tanga Roo (ISH), ridden by Frazer Duffy was placed first in the five year-old competition. In the four year-old class, Tullabeg Buzz (ISH) took the honours, ridden by Nicola Ennis.

An awards reception will be held later this year for those riders/owners and breeders whose horses finished at the top in their respective league. They will be invited to attend the awards reception to receive their prizes from the 2019 Series – further details will be announced in the coming weeks.

The final leg of the ISH Studbook Young Horse Eventing Series will take place at Tattersalls on Sunday 18th August.

Click on the below link to view the league results to date:

Leg Five: Versey Lodge 3rd August

The ISH Eventing Series fifth leg took place at a Versey Lodge on Saturday 3rd August.

The ISH 6yo Class was won by Steven Smith on Lauras Imp who is by Lougherne Carrick-A-Rede (HOLST) out of Kearneys Imp (ISH) by John Henry (ISH).

The ISH 5yo Class was won by Adam Haugh riding Tullymurry Fifi who is by Lougherne Cappuchino (Holst) out of Kearneystown Lass (TB) by Convinced (TB).

The ISH 4yo Class was won by Janie Cairns riding Kensington Empire who is by Emperor Augustus (USA) (TB) out of Grey Frost (ISH) by Kiltealy Spring (ISH).

Leg Four: Ballindenisk 2 14th July


The Ryan’s were on winning form in the ISH 6yo class at Ballindenisk, taking four of the top six spots!  Patricia lead the class on The Caped Crusader (Sire: Nazar (IRE) (TB)) (Dam: Iriss Gift (ISH)), with Michael placing 2nd and 3rd.

Adam Haugh has now placed first twice on Tullymurry Fifi ( Sire: Lougherne Cappuchino (Holst) Dam: Kearneystown Lass(TB)), and is lying two points behind the current league winner, Camilla Speirs and BT Juste Captiaine