Dressage Ireland


Important Notice

Outbreak of Strangles

The Dressage Ireland committee has recently received news of an outbreak of strangles.

This serves as a timely reminder for everyone intending to compete at Dressage Ireland shows to take particular care to monitor their horses for any signs of ill health. If there is any sign that your horse may be unwell, please do not bring it to a show venue. Similarly, if your horse has been in recent contact with a horse which is now unwell, please do not bring it to a show. If you have any doubts about your horse's health status, please consult your veterinary surgeon.

If you would like to know more about strangles, you may find this Strangles Leaflet from the British Horse Society useful.

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Irish Breeds classes

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Good news for unregistered riders

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National Dressage Champion of Ireland 2016

Anne Marie Dunphy & UrbanusAnne Marie Dunphy being presented with awards by Joe Reynolds
Left: Anne Marie Dunphy & Urbanus
Right: Anne Marie Dunphy being presented with awards by Joe Reynolds
(photos by Alf Harvey)

Grant Appreciation

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.