archive-ie.com » IE » T » THEIRISHFIELD.IE

Total: 650

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Latest news from The Irish Field
    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 Latest News Latest news from The Irish Field All the latest news from the world of horse racing and other equestrian activities Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Free DBS to be renamed Goffs UK Free Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed The Turf Club has published some fascinating racing statistics for 2015 By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Free Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly Stuart Crawford was over the moon with the third placing of Fine Rightly in the Irish Gold Cup and has plenty of options where to go next By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Twelve year ban from racing for former jockey Darren Egan Irish born rider is believed to have started a new life in the USA By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Festival prep for National Hunt Chase hope Shantou Flyer Colin Bowe is planning another run for Shantou Flyer before crossing the Irish Sea for next month s Cheltenham Festival By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Noel Meade still sweet on Cheltenham Gold Cup with Road To Riches Noel Meade thinks that Road To Riches should take his chances in the Cheltenham Gold Cup as last Saturday in the Irish Gold Cup they just went too quick By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Field Gitane Du Berlais stamps class on listed chase at Naas Fatal fall for the Robert Tyner trained Carrigmoorna Rock spoils race By Irish Field Contributor on 08

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/equine/latest-news/517/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Editorial - The Irish Field
    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 The Irish Field Editorial The Irish Field Field EDITORIAL Are you serious about National Hunt Field EDITORIAL We have to face the facts Field ITM IRISH STALLION TRAIL Pictures and reviews from the ITM stallion trail A total of 28 studs opened their doors to breeders and racing public from around the world for the ITM stallion trail You can read stud owners comments on the event here By Leanne O Sullivan on 29 January 2016 Field EDITORIAL Time to heed Italy s crisis Italian racing suffered another blow this week and Leo Powell argues that Ireland should play its role in restoring pride there By Leo Powell on 22 January 2016 Field EDITORIAL Trail is excellent but can we do more Leo Powell asks if there is another way to help stallion masters promote their sires to the widest audience By Leo Powell on 15 January 2016 Field Jump racing resumes but Tramore in doubt Chances of racing at Tramore on Sunday are no better than 50 but no problems expected at Punchestown and Fairyhouse By Mark Costello on 08 January 2016 Field EDITORIAL Irish racing fans to lose out The loss of racing on Channel 4 from 2017 is a blow for Irish racing fans writes Leo Powell By Leo Powell on 08 January 2016 Field Strong equine entries in this year s BT Young Scientist competition The 2016 BT Young scientist competition is taking place this week at the RDS in Dublin and features eleven equine related projects By Leanne O Sullivan on 08 January 2016 Field EDITORIAL A mixed start to

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/equine/editorial/493/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Letters - The Irish Field
    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 Letters Letters The Irish Field Letters The Irish Field Field Letters to the Editor Are racecourses doing enough for owners Field Letters to the Editor Owners at risk of being exploited Field Letters to the Editor Time to unite jockey charities Fiona Craig follows up the Moyglare Stud donation and Hilda Wall writes in praise of At The Races By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2016 Field Letter to the Editor Passing of Cecil Ross marks end of an era Racing writer Gerald Delamere says farewell to his Co Westmeath neighbour Cecil Ross By Irish Field Contributor on 11 December 2015 Free Letters to the Editor Aintree and Cheltenham time changes will affect Irish Two readers put pen to paper to let the major British spring festivals know that they will be greatly inconvenienced by changes in the race schedule for 2016 By Irish Field Contributor on 04 December 2015 Field Letter to the Editor Sir Peter O Sullevan s phantom call Nick O Toole recalls a remarkable commentary from the late great Sir Peter By Irish Field Contributor on 27 November 2015 Field Letters to the Editor From the November 21st issue A call for more claiming race thanks from the McNamara family and a visiting racegoer plus Audrey O Dwyer hands over the Jog for Jockeys baton By Irish Field Contributor on 20 November 2015 Field Letters To The Editor Andrew Lynch some Aintree trivia and an unhappy owner Praise for Andrew Lynch a worrying Grand National statistic and an angry racehorse owner By Irish Field Contributor on 06 November 2015 Field Letters to the Editor Unfair to

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/equine/letters/495/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot 'option' for Flemenstar
    Drizzle 5 C 0 C 6am 6pm 0 50mm 6pm 6am 0 10mm Friday Scattered clouds 4 C 2 C 6am 6pm 0 00mm 6pm 6am 0 20mm Saturday Drizzle 5 C 0 C 6am 6pm 1 00mm 6pm 6am 0 00mm News Latest 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 Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar By Irish Field Contributor on 10 February 2016 Full Screen Please click here to login and view this article Elsewhere Related Stories More in Field The Mooch gets back up to deny Cracking Field Fairyhouse and Sandown possible options for Willie Mullins Myska Field PARROT MOUTH Some win for Winsome Bucks

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/weekend-workout-planned-ahead-of-ascot-option-for-flemenstar-200368/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • DBS to be renamed Goffs UK
    Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Full Screen Rebrand is next step in merger process which began in 2007 A new name will conduct sales from April this year as Doncaster Bloodstock Sales Ltd known universally as DBS in recent years will be renamed Goffs UK Ltd The change comes nine years after the merger of Goffs and DBS in 2007 and is seen as a natural progression by those connected with both Goffs and DBS The rebrand will further strengthen ties between the two companies while continuing to develop the Goffs brand and its global presence in what is the 150th year since Robert J Goff was appointed as the official auctioneer to the Turf Club in Ireland Since the merger of the two companies in 2007 Goffs and DBS have integrated a number of areas such as the auctioneers panels client accounts and conditions of sale whilst the management teams on both sides of the Irish Sea have continued to promote and run the sales in each location under the direction of Goffs chief executive Henry Beeby who remained as DBS managing director Both entities ultimately report into the Robert J Goff Co plc Board which is chaired by Eimear Mulhern and the move to rebrand DBS to Goffs UK is seen as another positive step that strengthens both Goffs and DBS DBS chairman Harry Beeby joined DBS in 1964 and is a director of Robert J Goff Co plc He commented I am delighted with this initiative and fully support the rebranding of DBS to Goffs UK DBS has had a very successful 54 years since it was founded by Willie Stephenson and Kenneth Oliver in 1962 and the merger with Goffs presented a wonderful opportunity for the business and for the Goffs Group The renaming to Goffs UK can only benefit both entities that are now truly one Those sentiments are echoed by Goffs chairman Eimear Mulhern who said The merger of Goffs and DBS has proved to be an enormous success from day one as the approach of both companies was always very similar in terms of ethos and customer service Goffs sales provide a unique customer focussed service to our clients and these common objectives are set to develop evermore as we work to serve the bloodstock industry to greatest effect It is clear to us that our key staff can play a vital role on both sides of the Irish Sea and we are looking forward to this new phase of our development with great enthusiasm Henry Beeby appointed group chief executive of Goffs at the time of the merger said Goffs and DBS have worked in increasing harmony over the last nine years and this brings the two teams closer together at a time when the Goffs Group continues to grow and innovate In 2015 we sold nearly 5 000 horses for around 157 million 121 million across 18 sales and five locations for a wide diversification of vendors from the UK

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/dbs-to-be-renamed-goffs-uk-200249/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed
    but decline has slowed By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Full Screen The Turf Club has published some fascinating racing statistics for 2015 The Turf Club has published its Integrity Racing Statistics for 2015 The statistics cover stewards enquiries appeals and referrals hearings drug alcohol testing of riders drug testing of horses licences issued non runners medical statistics handicap ratings and off times The key statistics are as follows Careless riding enquiries decreased by 25 to 71 The Appeals Body and Referrals Committee dealt with 56 cases consisting of 23 appeals and 33 referrals 61 of appeals were successful or partially successful 168 riders were drug tested and three samples were confirmed as positive the substances found were metabolites of cocaine two findings and bisoprolol 974 riders were breath tested all results were negative 3 315 horses were tested for prohibited substances and there were five positive results 346 qualified riders permits were issued This represents a 14 decrease on the 2014 figure The number of licences issued to National Hunt trainers fell slightly There was an increase in the number of flat licences issued The injury rate per ride in point to points decreased to 0 77 Turf Club chief executive Denis Egan commented The decline in the number of careless riding enquires was due to a significant decrease in such enquiries at Dundalk The main reason for this is that riders have become more accustomed to riding the track with the false rail at the turn into the straight which was introduced in 2014 With regard to trainers licences Egan said The most significant statistic is that the decline in trainers licences seems to have bottomed out which could indicate that the worst is over A further indication of this is that there were small increases in flat licences full and restricted and in dual restricted licenses though the number of National Hunt restricted licences continues to fall However for the recovery in this area to take hold the number of horses in training will have to start increasing which did not occur in 2015 The number of qualified riders licences continues to fall As in previous years this is due to stricter criteria being applied with regard to re licensing and the fact that riders who take part in charity races do not have to be licensed POINT TO POINTS There was a 16 5 decrease in the number of runners in point to point races which was not surprising as it mirrored the fall in the number of hunters certificates registered The number of hunters certificates registered was 37 lower than the numbers registered at the peak All of these falls are directly attributable to the fall in the foal crop between 2008 and 2010 say the Turf Club There are now more horses with chase handicap ratings of 140 or greater than at any time in the past as evidenced by six chase winners at Cheltenham including three Grade 1s FALL RATE The fall

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/trainer-numbers-continue-to-fall-but-decline-has-slowed-200163/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Horse Racing Ireland | Horse Racing | Irish Horse Racing
    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 Racing Racing All the latest horse racing action from Ireland and around the world Racing News Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Racing News Free Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed Free Latest News Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly Stuart Crawford was over the moon with the third placing of Fine Rightly in the Irish Gold Cup and has plenty of options where to go next By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Inside Racing NAAS SUNDAY Gitane Du Berlais back on track Gitane Du Berlais s win at Naas was overshadowed by the fatal fall of Carrigmoorna Rock at the second last fence for her part the winner was bouncing back after her season began with three defeats By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Inside Racing DUNDALK FRIDAY Marise stole the show Marise stole the show in a close finish putting Wayne Lordan back on top of the winter standings There were doubles on the day for Donagh O Connor and Donnacha O Brien as well as a 33 1 surprise By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Latest News Twelve year ban from racing for former jockey Darren Egan Irish born rider is believed to have started a new life in the USA By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Racing News LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Game win by You Must Know Me A sad end to the Leopardstown Inn Hunters Chase as You Must Know Me broke a leg after winning the race By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Racing News LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Outlander could have more in the tank Outlander had two and three quarter lengths to spare over Monksland with Pont Alexanrdre a further two lengths back as he stayed and jumped well in the conditions By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Racing News LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Bleu Et Rouge will improve again Bellshill and Tombstone gave way to the J P McManus owned Bleu Et Rouge By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Racing News LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Footpad leads home Mullins one two three The favourite Ivanovich Gorbatov was well held as Footpad benifited from the wearing of a hood to hold off Allblak Des Places and Let s Dance By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Racing News LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Carlingford Lough takes gold again Mark Walsh shows great skill with a waiting ride on Carlingford Lough as the gelding the Irish Gold Cup for the second year By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Latest News Festival prep for National Hunt Chase hope Shantou Flyer Colin Bowe is planning another run for Shantou Flyer before crossing the Irish Sea for next month s Cheltenham Festival

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/ireland/racing/81/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Racing News - The Irish Field
    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 Racing Racing News Racing News The Irish Field Racing News The Irish Field Field Weekend workout planned ahead of Ascot option for Flemenstar Free Trainer numbers continue to fall but decline has slowed Free Thrilled Stuart Crawford considers Ryanair option for Fine Rightly Stuart Crawford was over the moon with the third placing of Fine Rightly in the Irish Gold Cup and has plenty of options where to go next By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Twelve year ban from racing for former jockey Darren Egan Irish born rider is believed to have started a new life in the USA By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Game win by You Must Know Me A sad end to the Leopardstown Inn Hunters Chase as You Must Know Me broke a leg after winning the race By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Outlander could have more in the tank Outlander had two and three quarter lengths to spare over Monksland with Pont Alexanrdre a further two lengths back as he stayed and jumped well in the conditions By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Bleu Et Rouge will improve again Bellshill and Tombstone gave way to the J P McManus owned Bleu Et Rouge By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Footpad leads home Mullins one two three The favourite Ivanovich Gorbatov was well held as Footpad benifited from the wearing of a hood to hold off Allblak Des Places and Let s Dance By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field LEOPARDSTOWN SATURDAY Carlingford Lough takes gold again Mark Walsh shows great skill with a waiting ride on Carlingford Lough as the gelding the Irish Gold Cup for the second year By Ryan McElligott on 12 February 2016 Field Festival prep for National Hunt Chase hope Shantou Flyer Colin Bowe is planning another run for Shantou Flyer before crossing the Irish Sea for next month s Cheltenham Festival By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field Noel Meade still sweet on Cheltenham Gold Cup with Road To Riches Noel Meade thinks that Road To Riches should take his chances in the Cheltenham Gold Cup as last Saturday in the Irish Gold

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/equine/racing-news/497/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive



  •