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  • Letters to the Editor: Unfair to knock Northern bookmakers
    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 Unfair to knock Northern bookmakers By Margaret O Connor on 30 October 2015 Full Screen Brian Graham Correspondence on the funding of Northern Ireland racing charity work at Naas Racecourse and a recent Ruby Walsh interview Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Brian Graham Down Royal Downpatrick Jim Nicholson 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 The funding of racing in Northern Ireland By Irish Field Contributor

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  • margaret-oconnor - Farming News, Farming Machinery
    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 Writers margaret oconnor Margaret O Connor T E moconnor irishfield ie Margaret O Connor is a contributor to the The Irish Field Field Previews HORSES TO FOLLOW This weekend s entries The following horses noted by our reporters on their latest starts hold these engagements over the next six days By Margaret O Connor on 05 February 2016 Field Previews HORSES TO FOLLOW This weekend s entries The following horses noted by our reporters on their latest starts hold these engagements over the next six days By Margaret O Connor on 29 January 2016 Field Previews HORSES TO FOLLOW This weekend s entries The following horses noted by our reporters on their latest starts hold these engagements over the next six days By Margaret O Connor on 22 January 2016 Field Previews HORSES TO FOLLOW This weekend s entries The following horses noted by our reporters on their latest starts hold these engagements over the next six days By Margaret O Connor on 15 January 2016 Field Previews HORSES TO FOLLOW This week s entries The following horses noted by

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  • Letters to the Editor: Thanks from Owega Star owners
    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 Thanks from Owega Star owners By Irish Field Contributor on 25 September 2015 Full Screen Owega Star lost his life in the Kerry National photo healyracing ie Listowel Racecourse receives praise for the way in which they dealt with the fallout from a Kerry National fatality Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Listowel Racecourse Owega Star 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

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  • Letters to the Editor: British and Irish racing stewards get it right
    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 British and Irish racing stewards get it right By Irish Field Contributor on 18 September 2015 Full Screen Qipco Irish Champion Stakes Golden Horn and Frankie Dettori wins from Found and Free Eagle photo healyracing ie Full Screen Golden Horn collides with Free Eagle as they win the Qipco irish Champion Stakes photo healy racing ie Italian racing journalist Carlo Zuccoli believes the stewards got it right at Doncaster and Leopardstown Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Doncaster Golden Horn Leopardstown Letters to the editor 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

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  • Letters to the Editor: Galway night out winner alright
    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 Galway night out winner alright By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2015 Full Screen RTE Racing s Tom Lee was delighted with how the Injured Jockeys Fund event went at Galway Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Shark Hanlon Tom Lee 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 All set for a happy Harvest By Dave Keena on 11 September 2014 Field

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  • Letter to the Editor: ITBA defends record
    Full Screen Shane O Dwyer ITBA Manager Shane O Dwyer manager of the Irish Thoroughbred Breeders Association reacts to criticism of the organisation Sir I refer to the letter by Padraic O Neill in your publication dated July 11th in relation to the Foal Levy and I am pleased to read his acknowledgement that the Foal Levy is needed The Foal Levy is a statutory levy introduced in 2000 to support the infrastructure of the Irish thoroughbred industry It has achieved that objective and continues to do so with a compliance rate in excess of 98 The funding which has been allocated to the Irish Thoroughbred Breeders Association ITBA during the past 15 years has allowed us to work for the greater good of Irish breeders I agree that this work is at times difficult to quantify it may at times be out of the public eye or involved in advocating on policy issues which are complex and long range Our Council is democratically elected with representatives from all regions of the country and is made up of large and small breeders from both flat and National Hunt Most of our events and activities are open to all thoroughbred breeders whether or not they are ITBA members We welcome input and in recent years we have had a series of open road shows to engage with breeders throughout the country This process was a catalyst for the changes to the Levy bands in 2012 we responded to breeders concerns and worked with the Foal Levy Committee to make the bands more equitable and transparent The ITBA is not perfect and because of the diverse constituency it represents it cannot please all of the people all of the time but it is inclusive and it is tireless in its efforts to work in the best interests of Irish thoroughbred breeding It frustrates me sometimes when I hear that the ITBA is not fully representative of the industry and is not doing enough for the small breeder Reading the letter last week I could not help but notice in the same edition articles headed International breeders descend on Ireland Strangles alert in North Leinster and Steroids problem proves heavy workload for Drug Test Task Force I was rather proud that the ITBA is heavily involved in these three very serious topics on behalf of all breeders Recently we were the only thoroughbred body to appear in front of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture who are looking at the wider horse industry where policy can be optimised to further develop the sector as a whole This was our second time to appear in front of the committee this year Other areas such as the Independent Review of Employment Regulation Orders the Agri Taxation Review Renewal Energy Framework VAT the highly successful YITBA and change in the legislation regarding the transport of pregnant mares are areas where we have made a significant impact as the official representative body for breeders on a national

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  • Letters to the Editor: Praise for Robbie McNamara column
    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 Letters to the Editor Praise for Robbie McNamara column By Irish Field Contributor on 24 July 2015 Full Screen Robbie McNamara Dr Ronan Lambe and Dickie Power were both moved to put pen to paper after reading Robbie s first column in The Irish Field Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Robbie McNamara Ronan Lambe 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

    Original URL path: http://www.theirishfield.ie/letters-to-the-editor-praise-for-robbie-mcnamara-column-186014/ (2016-02-11)
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  • The Irish Field
    but decline has slowed The Turf Club has published some fascinating racing statistics for 2015 By Mark Costello on 09 February 2016 Free Sport horse news Bertram Allen named The Irish Field Show Jumper of the Year Judy Reynolds Michael Ryan Cathal Daniels and Jennifer Kuehnle honoured at the K Club By Irish Field Contributor on 09 February 2016 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 Racing Photos Sport Horse Photos 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 By Irish Field Contributor on 08 February 2016 Field

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