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  • Strong equine entries in this year's BT Young Scientist competition
    Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial Strong equine entries in this year s BT Young Scientist competition By Leanne O Sullivan on 08 January 2016 Full Screen Kate Madden Co Founder FenuHealth Ann Marie Walsh of Enterprise Ireland Elaine Hatten of Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Minister Simon Coveney Mari Cahalane Head of BT Young Scientist and Annie Madden Co founder FenuHealth Full Screen Shay Walsh of BT Ireland Hannah Ni Choistealbha and Karl O Biathain students from Gaelcholaiste Reachran and Minister for Education and Skills Jan O Sullivan Photo Chris Bellew Fennell Photography 2015 The 2016 BT Young scientist competition is taking place this week at the RDS in Dublin and features eleven equine related projects Please click here to login and view this article Related tags BT Young scientist RDS Dublin Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10

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  • EDITORIAL: A mixed start to 2016
    UK FREE Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Racing Racing News Inside Racing Previews International Racing Point to Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial EDITORIAL A mixed start to 2016 By Leo Powell on 01 January 2016 Full Screen The knighthood for AP McCoy and the battering of severe rain has meant 2016 is off to a mixed start writes Leo Powell Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Knights Bachelor Editorial AP McCoy Tom Cleary Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Related Stories Field World Racing It s Cole Harden as

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  • EDITORIAL: Much to celebrate in the year gone by
    decline has slowed FREE Racing Racing News Inside Racing Previews International Racing Point to Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial EDITORIAL Much to celebrate in the year gone by By Leo Powell on 25 December 2015 Full Screen Leo Powell celebrates a special moment in 2015 and remembers three special friends of racing lost Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Alan Lee Dessie Hughes Katie Walsh Sandra Hughes Sir Peter O Sullevan Thunder And Roses Val Lamb Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Related Stories Field Racing News BRITAIN Racing shocked by death of Alan

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  • EDITORIAL: Saluting achievements of Meta Osborne and Criquette Head-Maarek
    News Editorial Letters Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Racing Racing News Inside Racing Previews International Racing Point to Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial EDITORIAL Saluting achievements of Meta Osborne and Criquette Head Maarek By Leo Powell on 18 December 2015 Full Screen Leo Powell celebrates the achievements of two of racing s leading ladies Meta Osborne and Criquette Head Maarek Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Criquette Head Maarek Meta Osborne Neville O Byrne Senior Steward Turf Club Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News Trainer numbers continue to

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  • EDITORIAL: Willie Mullins sets standard for others to chase
    continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Racing Racing News Inside Racing Previews International Racing Point to Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial EDITORIAL Willie Mullins sets standard for others to chase By Leo Powell on 11 December 2015 Full Screen With 12 favourites for Cheltenham in three months time and eight trainers titles is Willie Mullins too dominant Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Noel Meade Paddy Mullins Tom Dreaper Willie Mullins Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Related Stories Field Inside Racing The Heart of Racing Ger Fox By John O Riordan

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  • EDITORIAL: Mysterious character with a heart of gold
    FREE Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Racing Racing News Inside Racing Previews International Racing Point to Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial EDITORIAL Mysterious character with a heart of gold By Leo Powell on 04 December 2015 Full Screen Barney Curley cultivates an air of mystery but his heart is in the right place Leo Powell writes about one of racing s most colourful characters Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Barney Curley Direct Aid For Africa Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Related Stories Free Racing News From the

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  • Bad week for Paul Moloney and Timmy Murphy
    to be renamed Goffs UK FREE Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Racing Racing News Inside Racing Previews International Racing Point to Point Photos Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Field Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed FREE Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly FREE Bloodstock Bloodstock News Bloodstock Sales Pedigree analysis Stallion reviews Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field News Editorial Bad week for Paul Moloney and Timmy Murphy By Lissa Oliver on 04 December 2015 Full Screen Two Irish born British based riders face a spell on the sidelines for different reasons Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Paul Moloney Timmy Murphy Elsewhere Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Latest News Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Related Stories Field Previews GRAND NATIONAL PREVIEW The Druids Nephew to cast spell on A

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  • lissa-oliver - Farming News, Farming Machinery
    Horse management Photos DBS to be renamed Goffs UK FREE PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners FREE Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures Field Sport horse Sport horse news Show jumping Eventing Other disciplines Pony Tales Breeding and sales Horse management Fixtures results Photos Irish Draught stallion makes history in the dressage ring FREE Splaine names Nations Cup teams for Ocala and Al Ain FREE Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year FREE Sponsored Sponsored The Stallion Company to open new insemination centre Field Kylemore Stud to stand Tyson in 2016 Field Holmestead Saddlery competition Guess Who Field Cheltenham Photos 5 C Classifieds The Irish Field Writers lissa oliver Lissa Oliver T E editorial theirishfield ie Field Inside Racing ITBA Establishing a mare is a five year plan Lissa Oliver reports from an open meeting at the ITBA recently By Lissa Oliver on 22 January 2016 Free Inside Racing ITM IRISH STALLION TRAIL What s in store for second year of Stallion Trail Lissa Oliver argues that the Irish Stallion Trail is the perfect opportunity to showcase the bloodstock and racing industry at its simplest and best By Lissa Oliver on 15 January 2016 Field Editorial Bad week for Paul Moloney and Timmy Murphy Two Irish born British based riders face a spell on the sidelines for different reasons By Lissa Oliver on 04 December 2015 Field Latest News NEWS IN BRIEF Racing and breeding stories from the November 28th issue Nice sale at Ascot some Plus 10 news an indefinite ban for a once promising rider and an update on Goonyella By Lissa Oliver on 27 November 2015 Field Latest News HONG KONG Three Irish horses invited to run in International Races Free Eagle Highland Reel and Sole Power have

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