Junior Members need a Parent Member supporting their membership
Code Of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport
The Manual of the “Code Of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport” is a major publication recognising the commitment to ensure that young people are safeguarded in their participation in sport on the island of Ireland.
Amendment to Dressage Ireland Test DI E51 (2013) and DI E56 (2013)
New regional and show secretary
Reduced Rate Registration option available from 1st November
Eastern Region Dressage Positions Available
New rule on headgear from 01.01.2013
European Pony Championships 2014, Millstreet, Ireland
Winter schedule now on line
Tests available for Winter Finals 2014
The tests which will be used at the Winter Finals 2014 are now declared and once again Dressage Ireland riders have been invited to qualify for the Hickstead Masters 2014, by kind permission of Dane Rawlins and Marie Mepham.
Eastern Region shows 2014
Winter Finals 2014
Nominations for new Judges and Judges wishing to upgrade in 2014
H.S.I. partnership with Irish Ferries
Renewal of membership and horse registration information
First time members can register themselves and their horses for 2012 from 01.11.2011 onwards. This means they receive the 2 last months of 2011 included in their registration for free and therefore can enjoy the full winter season as registered riders. Existing members can now register their first time horses as well.
The month of January 2012 will once again be a “grace period”, meaning that riders who register themselves and their horses before 31.01.2012, will have their results validated as qualifiers and points.
Judge’s memberships will be issued free of charge again for 2012 to all judges who have attended training on a yearly basis.
And the rebate agreement with Eventing Ireland which has been in place for the past 2 years, will continue for 2012 as well. You must apply in writing for this. (via e-mail is fine)
Ruling on International Competition: amendment
An amendment has been made in applying for permission to compete at International Shows (2012).
Riders Competing Abroad at National Shows
All riders competing at National shows outside of Ireland are requested to inform the office of their competition plans.
After returning to Ireland (or sooner if possible), ALL results MUST be sent to the office.
Results must include: Rider and membership no – horse and registration no – classes and the results, together with the judges names for each class.
Left: Roland Tong & Pompidou
Right: Roland Tong being presented with his award by Dressage Ireland chairman Anne Cahill
(photos by Prime Photography)
Dressage Ireland is very grateful to the Irish Horse Board, The Irish Sports Council and Horse Sport Ireland for their continued support of the sport of dressage in Ireland. Once again this year an allocation from the proceeds of the National Lottery to the Irish Sports Council has made this funding possible.