Horse Sport Ireland appoint Jack Doyle as Show Jumping team manager for FEI WBFSH Jumping World Breeding Championships for Young Horses
- 22 July 2022, 18:52
Horse Sport Ireland (HSI) are pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Doyle as the Show Jumping team manager for the upcoming FEI World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) Jumping World Breeding Championships for Young Horses.
Jack had a very successful show jumping career as a rider including representing Ireland in many Nations Cups, European Championships, World Championships and the Seoul Olympic Games. He has since focused on coaching the next generation of riders to maximise their potential with a particular expertise in Show Jumping. This is evident in his international coaching experience including leading Irish Junior riders to bronze medal European success and supporting nations towards Olympic qualification.
Jack’s experience spans beyond his ridden and coaching career, where he has a keen interest in breeding and is an active inspector in the Irish Sport Horse Studbook. Most recently he has supported training in athleticism for Irish Draught Inspections and will be on the panel of senior inspectors for the upcoming Irish Sport Horse Inspector training on the 26th of July.
Speaking about his appointment, Jack said:
“I am very much looking forward to taking up the position of team manager for the FEI WBFSH Jumping World Breeding Championships for Young Horses in September. I am an active coach on the national and international show jumping circuit and have supported many horse and rider combinations in achieving their potential in high performance sport. This position combines my experience in coaching and breeding, and I look forward to selecting and leading the team towards Lanaken in September.”
Sonja Egan, Head of Breeding, Innovation and Development commented:
“Horse Sport Ireland are delighted to appoint Jack Doyle as the Show Jumping team manager for the upcoming FEI WBFSH Jumping World Breeding Championships for Young Horses. Jack brings a wealth of experience to support athlete coaching, preparation, and young horse selection for international competition. Jack has numerous accolades as a rider and a coach, including a keen interest in breeding and the Irish equine industry. Horse Sport Ireland are very much looking forward to working with Jack in the selection of horse-rider combinations and preparation for Lanaken 2022.”
The FEI WBFSH Jumping World Breeding Championships for Young Horses will take place from the 21st – 25th of September 2022 in Lanaken, Belgium.
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