Sport Ireland has launched a new Covid-19 awareness course to support administrators, volunteers, coaches and participants to return to sport during phase 2 in a safe & practical manner.
Riding members are to receive a discount on their membership when they renew it in 2021.
A series of workshops are to get underway from next week to provide training for Club Covid-19 Compliance Officers in line with the Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC Activities.
Horse Sport Ireland has warmly welcomed the commitment given to support the Irish Sport Horse industry in the new Programme For Government which has been published.
The Association of Irish Riding Clubs is holding an information evening on Tuesday 16th June about the ‘Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC Activities‘.
The Board of Directors has approved changes to the ‘Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC Activities’ which will permit an accelerated return over the coming weeks and months.
It is with regret that we announce that both the AIRC National Show Jumping Championships and the AIRC National Dressage Championships, which are both sponsored by Connolly’s RED MILLS, will not take place this year.
The Association of Irish Riding Clubs is making a grant available to clubs to encourage them to resume their training activities as soon as they have considered that it is safe to do so.
The green light has been given for the resumption of club training activities as outlined in Tier 1 of the Association of Irish Riding Clubs Pathway for the Resumption of Activities.