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Cafre Part-time Equine Courses for 2015

Cafre Part-time Equine Courses for 2015

| January 7, 2015

The College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) have launched their programme of Equine short courses for the beginning of 2015. These courses have something for everyone wishing to learn more about horses.   Online Equine Health A free online workshop covering Equine Health will be delivered in an interactive webinar beginning on 21st [...]

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Horse Racing Ireland Launch Student Bursary Award at CAFRE

Horse Racing Ireland Launch Student Bursary Award at CAFRE

| November 10, 2014

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) launched a bursary on November 6th, which will be awarded to a student studying Equine Management at the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) Enniskillen campus. The £1000 bursary, which will be linked to an assignment to produce a short video aimed at encouraging more young people to get [...]

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The British Horse Society And The Benefits It Brings To The Equine Industry

The British Horse Society And The Benefits It Brings To The Equine Industry

| March 23, 2012

The British Horse Society (BHS) is a charity which is dedicated to improving the lot of every single horse and its rider. Our logo strap line is Fulfilling your passion for horses and we aim to do this under many different headings. I would say that education is at the heart of everything that we [...]

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Meadowvale Equestrian Centre…A great place to learn!

Meadowvale Equestrian Centre…A great place to learn!

| March 23, 2012

Its start of a new season here at Meadowvale and we are full of fresh ideas for the spring and summer of 2012. Our packed schedules will start with an Annual Easter Camp and Thursday night show jumping league, with an optional training sesion prior to the start of competitions. This is a popular service [...]

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Elaine Cardwell BHSPT

Elaine Cardwell BHSPT

| March 23, 2012

My passion for horses spans more than 30yrs. For me it’s always been horses. I studied at the University of Ulster for my BA in Business Studies and worked for more than 10yrs in Human Resources and Payroll Management but horses were always there as a hobby. Then about 5yrs ago I decided to change career [...]

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Dressage Jargon Demistifyed with Laragh Hamilton

Dressage Jargon Demistifyed with Laragh Hamilton

| March 3, 2012

Picture this scene; you’ve finished your day’s competition, collected your dressage score sheet from the secretary’s office and casually read the comments on the way back to the lorry –What happens next? 1) Does it make its way into that drawer in the lorry where it will remain until the annual clear out before Tattersalls? [...]

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