Updates and amendments

With cold weather starting to take a good grip as winter-proper begins we have a couple of event amendments to pass on.

First of these is the fact that the first leg of the NWRC league, which was due to take place in Twin Towns Equestrian Centre tomorrow, Sun 3rd, has been postponed and relocated to Templemore Equestrian Centre next Sunday 10th Feb. This leg of the league is still our responsibility to run so as always we’d appreciate all hands on deck on the day, even if you haven’t quite got round to getting your club renewal done or a photo updated.

The other event rescheduled is the Pilates taster night with Ruth McCrossan. This will now take place in Trinity Hall, across the road from Letterkenny cathedral, on Fri April 26th.

Outside of the AIRC local calender we have an increasing selection of events available over the coming weeks and months. Details of some are included below.

Mulvin Stable’s Saturday Training shows start 9th February!!

•Starterstakes – 1m20

•11am start with starterstakes and 80cms at 1pm approx

•Euro for pound entries £7€7

•courses suitable for all levels with newly painted fences

•enquires – Richard 07753957646

Cloncaw Equestrian
2 Phase Event league 2019 
May 12, June 2 & 23,July 28, September 8 & 22
Details to follow

Wild Atlantic Dressage FestivalY

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Wild Atlantic Dressage Festival facebook page. WADF takes place on the 4th and 5th of May, 2019. Please click the “About” tab for further information, stabling and contact details.

The inaugural Wild Atlantic Dressage Festival, a two day dressage show offering competition classes from Preliminary to Grand Prix, is a natural progression of the sport in the area. Competitors from the West and all of Ireland can look forward to excellent surfaces, great facilities, sponsored competitions and judges from Ireland and abroad.

With the arrival of the Wild Atlantic Dressage Festival as one of the premier dressage competitions in Ireland, the future looks bright for the sport, not only in the West, but also as a contribution to the continuing development of Dressage throughout the country; helping Ireland to continue its upward trajectory on the international stage.

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