No change to registration fees for 2016

There will be no changes to the Association of Irish Riding Clubs club affiliation and membership registration fees for 2016.

Members registered in 2015, will continue to receive a €5 discount next year.

The fee to register as a riding member remains at €65 while the non-riding membership fee is set at €30. This means that those riding members, registered in 2015, will pay €60 to renew their membership.

The remaining fees for the Association are to remain unchanged next year while the club affiliation fee is to remain suspended for another year.

This means that all registration and other fees remain lower than what they were over ten years ago.

A.I.R.C. chairman Tony Ennis said, “we continue to offer the best value in the sport horse sector, something which has only been possible through the support and co-operation of our members, club officials and volunteers.”

“For a single fee, you can compete in a range of disciplines such as dressage, show jumping, hunter trials and eventing to name a few and we do not charge a fee to register your horse,” he added.

The fees for 2016 are outlined in policy document D01/11 which is available to download here.

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