Covid-19 Information Hub

You’ll find all the latest information, important links, and advice here in our info hub for members to keep up-to-date.

AIRC activities are set to resume on 8th June 2020 on a phased basis over the coming months to ensure the health, safety, and wellbeing of our members, officials, and volunteers.

Please review the latest version of the ‘Pathway for the Resumption of Activities‘ at the link below:

The measures and procedures are under constant review and will be updated as advice from government, health authorities and governing bodies evolve in line with the gradual lifting of social restrictions.

AIRC will be preparing further protocols for our competitions and will communicate and distribute these in advance to our clubs in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, please email any queries that you may have to National Office.

Below is a summary of the four-tiered approach for the resumption of activities over the coming weeks and months.

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Latest Covid-19 Updates

HSI surveying industry on impact of Covid-19

HSI surveying industry on impact of Covid-19

Horse Sport Ireland is surveying equestrian businesses on the impact Covid-19 and subsequent Government guidelines have had on stakeholders in the Equestrian sector. Related posts: …
Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC activities announced

Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC activities announced

The Associations ‘Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC Activities’ is now available to download from our website.   Related posts: HSI submits proposals to Government to …
Members Update – 22nd May 2020

Members Update – 22nd May 2020

Work is continuing for the resumption of AIRC activities next month and this will take a tiered approach over a period of time in line …
Covid-19: Equestrian Safety Signage now available

Covid-19: Equestrian Safety Signage now available

In anticipation of the reopening of equestrian sport, Horse Sport Ireland has made equestrian safety signage available to download on their website. Related posts: HSI …
HSI confirms that outdoor Equestrian sport included in Phase 1 of reopening Ireland

HSI confirms that outdoor Equestrian sport included in Phase 1 of reopening Ireland

Outdoor equestrian activities fall under the Irish government’s Roadmap for Reopening of Society and Business, Phase 1, due to commence on May 18, according to …
Members Update – 8th May 2020

Members Update – 8th May 2020

We’ve all been affected by Covid-19 and the restrictions caused by social distancing since we had to suspend all AIRC activities on the 19th March.  …
HSI submits proposals to Government to prepare the industry to resume activities

HSI submits proposals to Government to prepare the industry to resume activities

Horse Sport Ireland, the Governing Body for Equestrian Sport in Ireland, and the centralised national body for the sport horse industry (breeding & sport) has …
Clubs get creative during Coronavirus restrictions

Clubs get creative during Coronavirus restrictions

Although all AIRC activities have been suspended since 19th March, some clubs and regions have been creative during this health emergency. #StayingApartTogether Related posts: Covid-19: …
RDS cancels 2020 Dublin Horse Show

RDS cancels 2020 Dublin Horse Show

The RDS has today announced the cancellation of the 2020 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Dublin Horse Show due to ongoing concerns regarding the continuing …