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  • Letters to the Editor: Are racecourses doing enough for owners?
    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 Letters Letters to the Editor Are racecourses doing enough for owners By Irish Field Contributor on 05 February 2016 Full Screen Packed grandstands at Gowran Park for Thyestes Day photo healyracing ie Robbie McNamara s recent column has touched a nerve with several racehorse owners Please click here to login and view this article Related tags RTE Racing Racing Clubs Robbie McNamara The Owner 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 COLLEGE CORNER Student community embraces racing experience By Irish Field Contributor on 28

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  • Letters to the Editor: Owners at risk of being exploited
    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 Letters Letters to the Editor Owners at risk of being exploited By Irish Field Contributor on 29 January 2016 Full Screen A Wexford reader believes HRI should protect prospective owners from unscrupulous racing clubs and syndicate managers Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Aidan Aherne Many Clouds Racing Clubs 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 Latest News Many Clouds breeder looks forward to cashing in By Mark Costello on 17 April 2015 Field Racing News

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  • Letters to the Editor: Time to unite jockey charities
    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 Letters Letters to the Editor Time to unite jockey charities By Irish Field Contributor on 22 January 2016 Full Screen Fiona Craig and Eva Maria Bucher Haefner Fiona Craig follows up the Moyglare Stud donation and Hilda Wall writes in praise of At The Races Please click here to login and view this article Related tags At The Races Fiona Craig Injured Jockeys Irish Injured Jockeys 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 Letters Letter to the Editor Good job by At

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/letters-to-the-editor-time-to-unite-jockey-charities-198523/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Letter to the Editor: Passing of Cecil Ross marks end of an era
    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 Letters Letter to the Editor Passing of Cecil Ross marks end of an era By Irish Field Contributor on 11 December 2015 Full Screen Cecil Ross died recently Racing writer Gerald Delamere says farewell to his Co Westmeath neighbour Cecil Ross Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Cecil Ross Gerald Delamere 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

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  • Letters to the Editor: Aintree and Cheltenham time changes will affect Irish
    and Channel 4 losing viewers at an alarming rate therefore racing is losing out in the viewing stakes to other sports on mainstream television So how does the racing authorities in Britain address the problem They put the armchair enthusiasts before the genuine racing followers To satisfy Channel 4 and try and attract more viewers a small majority of whom get more publicity than the race itself if there is an injury or unfortunate incident to a horse which nobody wants to witness are being facilitated by a later start to the 2016 Aintree Grand National 5 15 pm next April It must be said that the idea of a 5pm start to the race was first mooted by the BBC before they abandoned racing coverage already As someone who hopes to attend my 30th Grand National next year and approximately 5 000 Irish travel over every year on Grand National day it means that a police escort with blue lights would be needed to make the airport on time for the return journey on the same day How fair is that to racegoers who love the occasion have been supportive for years and are the true jump racing fans If you avail of an overnight stay in the wonderful city of Liverpool there are no Sunday flights or at least this has been the situation in the past to Dublin until the afternoon so it is impossible to take in an Irish racemeeting or point to point the next day even though you are only in my case three hours from home We fork out a minimum of 40 sterling for a basic ticket but someone in an armchair with a dog a cat a budgie and an animal rights attitude in the outer suburbs of London with neither a television set or a mobile phone seem to be Channel 4 s target audience Their own questions about dying viewing figures answered The racing authorities in Britain want to promote the Grand National as a tourism event rather that what it actually is and I m sure they are sincere from a marketing viewpoint but as a sporting extravaganza they have disgraced themselves by tinkering with the image of the race and sending out the wrong message at every opportunity They have done it again Money talks The public don t matter Management in charge of some of our bigger race meetings in this country take note Taking your eye off the ball ends in losing the game Yours etc DAN WALSH Enniscorthy Co Wexford Cheltenham times will affect day trippers Sir As a regular traveller to Cheltenham I was recently dismayed to learn from my travel agent that the changes to the race times next year have implications for Irish racegoers The time between each race has been increased to 40 minutes with the result that the last race each day will now be 5 30pm 15 minutes later than previous years This may appear quite a small

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  • Letter to the Editor: Sir Peter O'Sullevan's phantom call
    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 News Letters Letter to the Editor Sir Peter O Sullevan s phantom call By Irish Field Contributor on 27 November 2015 Full Screen Nick O Toole recalls a remarkable commentary from the late great Sir Peter Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Arkle Sir Peter O Sullevan 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

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/letter-to-the-editor-sir-peter-osullevans-phantom-call-194887/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Letters to the Editor: From the November 21st issue
    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 Letters Letters to the Editor From the November 21st issue By Irish Field Contributor on 20 November 2015 Full Screen 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 Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Claiming Races Jog For Jockeys Robbie McNamara 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 Letters Letter to the Editor Claiming races will bring in more owners By Irish Field Contributor

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/letters-to-the-editor-from-the-november-21st-issue-194400/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Letters To The Editor: Andrew Lynch, some Aintree trivia, and an unhappy owner
    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 Letters Letters To The Editor Andrew Lynch some Aintree trivia and an unhappy owner By Irish Field Contributor on 06 November 2015 Full Screen Praise for Andrew Lynch a worrying Grand National statistic and an angry racehorse owner Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Aintree Grand National Andrew Lynch 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 Editorial Grand National holds special place in public

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/letters-to-the-editor-andrew-lynch-some-aintree-trivia-and-an-unhappy-owner-193421/ (2016-02-11)
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