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  • TATTERSALLS FEBRUARY SALE: Record turnover for February Sale
    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 Bloodstock Bloodstock Sales TATTERSALLS FEBRUARY SALE Record turnover for February Sale By Leo Powell on 05 February 2016 Full Screen Doldrums a mare by Bernardini was sold for 145 000gns to Marco Bozzi Bloodstock photo tattersalls com Full Screen Emirates Joy made 92 000gns to a bid from Mags O Toole The largest ever Tattersalls February catalogue achieved record turnover in excess of 2 5 million guineas Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Tattersalls February Sale Godolphin Edmond Mahony Doldrums Elsewhere Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Pedigree analysis PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 06 February 2016 Field Latest News Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures By Mark Costello on 05 February 2016 Related Stories Field

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  • Anti-Doping Task Force: "Cheats will not be tolerated within Irish racing"
    Ireland and the Irish Sales Companies the membership of the Task Force is attached The following consensus statement was agreed by all members of the Anti Doping Task Force Illegal performance enhancing drugs have no place in the Irish racing and breeding industries In particular the Task Force supports the position of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities that the use of anabolic steroids should not be permitted in or out of competition Doping is cheating and cheating is fraud cheats have no place in our industry Doping confers an unfair advantage on one individual over another has the potential to pose serious welfare risks to horses and damages the perception of racing and breeding Ultimately it places at risk the valuable trade in Irish bloodstock and the business of betting on Irish racing The organisations represented on the Task Force are committed to ensuring that the drug testing regime in the Irish racing and breeding sectors is one that can meet current and future challenges The organisations that we represent strongly support a robust anti doping strategy in Irish racing and breeding Furthermore we encourage all stakeholders to continue to pass on any information that they become aware of about the importation and or use of illegal drugs to the Turf Club or the Department of Agriculture Food and Marine The report includes the following specific recommendations A lifetime ban should be introduced for any horse found to have been illicitly administered any substance prohibited at all times including anabolic steroids This lifetime ban on racing in Ireland would be applied to horses illicitly administered a substance prohibited at all times anywhere in the world There should be no automatic therapeutic use exemption for anabolic steroids The Irish racing and breeding industries must have access to a laboratory which meets the best international standards is based in Ireland and operates under either a permanent relationship with or a long term support from the Irish racing authorities In the medium term Ireland s laboratory should aspire to being classified as an IFHA Reference Laboratory A single national equine drug control laboratory should be considered There should be increased frequency of Out Of Competition Testing There should be a significant increase in the number of samples collected and analysed each year to achieve operational and cost efficiencies The Turf Club should establish a dedicated Anti Doping Unit headed up by an Anti Doping and Equine Welfare Officer to oversee developments and to co ordinate future strategy in this area A basic education module covering the principles behind the industry s anti doping strategy should be developed and disseminated to all education providers in the racing and breeding sectors The Turf Club should produce guidelines for new anti doping rules and develop formalised regular educational programmes for trainers and for the breeding industry regarding the implementation of these rules An ongoing research programme into new and emerging threats in equine doping should be supported including collaboration with other racing laboratories Any horse

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  • FOALING: Save time and money by feeding wisely
    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 Bloodstock Bloodstock News FOALING Save time and money by feeding wisely By Irish Field Contributor on 05 February 2016 Full Screen Katy Mickle senior nutritionist with Top Spec has tips on how to ensure your horses get a balanced diet Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Foaling Foaling 2016 Top Spec Elsewhere Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Pedigree analysis PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 06 February 2016 Field Latest News Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures By Mark Costello on 05 February 2016 Related Stories Field Horse management Hands On Foaling frequently asked questions By Irish Field Contributor on 01 March 2014

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  • NEWS IN BRIEF: Racing and breeding stories from the January 30th issue
    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 Latest News NEWS IN BRIEF Racing and breeding stories from the January 30th issue By Mark Costello on 29 January 2016 Full Screen Tracks discuss marketing strategies stallion news free raceday betting company news good and bad news for trainers plus stable staff awards Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Gale Force Ten Royal Anthem 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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  • NEWS: Cross-party support for the horse industry
    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 NEWS Cross party support for the horse industry By Leo Powell on 29 January 2016 Full Screen Andrew Doyle TD chairman of the Joint Committee for Agriculture Food and the Marine The Joint Committee on Agriculture Food and the Marine has issued a wide range of recommendations to assist both the thoroughbred and sport horse sectors writes Leo Powell THE importance of the horse in Ireland was highlighted again this week with the publication of a report on the industry by the Joint Committee on Agriculture Food and the Marine In it they make 44 recommendations to Government The report is the result of a number of meetings with industry stakeholders In its introduction the Committee makes a strong call to Government The Committee recognising that Ireland has the raw materials in terms of land climate and knowledge to maintain a world class equine industry and to grow it in terms of employment believe that there should be a national plan for the development of the industry and that the necessary extra funding required to implement it should be raised through increased revenue from the betting levy It recommends that a specific division within the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine DAFM be established to specifically deal with equine issues and that all funding for the horse industry be under the remit of DAFM On the breeding front the first call is for a tax incentive measure to be considered to encourage small thoroughbred breeders to reinvest and buy new broodmare stock The Irish Thoroughbred Breeders Association chairman Derek Iceton said that this is a very welcome development after years of lobbying and as a matter of priority after the election we will progress this to the next stage and ensure the recommendation is implemented The Committee also addressed two other key areas within the thoroughbred sector It recommends that the Irish Equine Centre should receive extra state funding to enable it to examine and work on all issues in relation to equine health It is expected that a review of the structure of the Foal Levy will be undertaken as recommended by the Committee to ensure that it is fair and equitable and not placing an unfair burden on small breeders The Alliance for Racing Breeding welcomed the Committee s recommendation for an increase in the revenue derived from betting duty The Alliance which represents breeders jockeys owners stable staff and trainers points out that at 1 Ireland has one of the lowest taxes on betting in the world This was also highlighted by Derek Iceton when he appeared before the Committee This week Horse Racing Ireland issued industry statistics which show that the number of racehorse owners and horses in training is continuing to decline while the Alliance says that about 4 000 jobs have been lost

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  • "We're leaking owners quicker than we can find new ones"
    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 Latest News We re leaking owners quicker than we can find new ones By Irish Field Contributor on 29 January 2016 Full Screen There is some good news in the 2015 key industry statistics but more needs to be done to boost the number of horses in training Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Aidan McGarry Prize Money Racecourse Attendance Racing Industry Racing Statistics 2016 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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  • TATTERSALLS FEBRUARY NH SALE: Robin tops in selective market
    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 Bloodstock Bloodstock Sales TATTERSALLS FEBRUARY NH SALE Robin tops in selective market By Ryan McElligott on 05 February 2016 Full Screen Lot 236 Robin des Champs out of Amber Light was sold to Anna Ross for 67 000 Photo HEALY RACING Full Screen The scene from the sales ring as one of the 307 horses on sale at the Co Meath venue today walks in front of potiential bidders Photo HEALY RACING Full Screen Lot 151 Oscar out of Park Wave was sold to Ballyregan Stables for 60 000 Photo HEALY RACING Ryan McElligott reports from the Tattersalls February Sale where the clearance rate dropped amid concerns over supply exceeding demand Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Aiden Murphy National Hunt sales Robin Des Champs Roger Casey Tattersalls Ireland Sale Elsewhere Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Pedigree analysis PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National

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  • DBS SALE: Consolidated trade as Kayf Tara dominates
    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 Bloodstock Bloodstock Sales DBS SALE Consolidated trade as Kayf Tara dominates By Leo Powell on 29 January 2016 Full Screen Tom Malone bought a colt by Walk In The Park for 35 000 photo Caroline Norris There was a strong trade for good quality lots at the opening sale of 2016 at Doncaster writes Leo Powell Please click here to login and view this article Related tags Walk In The Park Kayf Tara Katmai DBS January Sale Elsewhere Free Latest News DBS to be renamed Goffs UK By Mark Costello on 10 February 2016 Free Pedigree analysis PEDIGREE NOTES This weekend s National Hunt graded winners By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 06 February 2016 Field Latest News Wanted Sheriff to enforce new anti doping measures By Mark Costello on 05 February 2016 Related Stories

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