Update on HSI’s National Training Centre

Horse Sport Ireland, the Governing Body for Equestrian Sport in Ireland has issued an update on plans to shortly move to a new state-of-the-art headquarters at Greenogue in County Dublin.

HSI will centre its programmes in the newly-built facility at Greenogue from March for all equestrian sports.

It has high-quality stabling for 55 horses, indoor and outdoor arenas with high-quality surfaces, as well as walkers, wash bays and facilities for all types of equine services.

Outdoors it has an impressive derby course and 30 acres of paddocks, a large barn for storage, as well as a large car park to accommodate horse boxes and lorries. It is located just off the M7 (Newcastle/Rathcoole exit).

It is planned that a new office block will be built in the next year which, in addition to housing HSI staff in a suitable working environment, will have meeting rooms, and research and teaching facilities to allow HSI to expand the range of services that we can offer to the equestrian industry.

This headquarters, together with all the equestrian facilities, will allow HSI to become a one-stop-shop for the Irish Sport Horse industry where all aspects of our services can be managed and provided in one place.

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