Covid-19 Information Hub

You’ll find all the latest information, important links, and advice here in our info hub for members to keep up-to-date.

All affiliated clubs and members must adhere to the latest public health measures during this Covid-19 pandemic. 

AIRC has set out a comprehensive document outlining the measures that must be implemented at all activities to ensure the health, safety, and wellbeing of our members, officials, and volunteers.

Please review the latest version of the ‘The Path Ahead with Covid-19‘ at the link below:

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The measures and procedures are under constant review and will be updated as advice from the government, health authorities and governing bodies evolve in line with the gradual lifting of social restrictions.

For information on the Common Travel Area (between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland), click here (NI) and click here (ROI)

In the meantime, please email any queries that you may have to National Office.

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The Path Ahead with Covid-19
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Online/Virtual Dressage Show Rules (AIRC)
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Covid-19 Compliance Officer Check List
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Risk Assessment (Covid-19)
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Latest Covid-19 Updates

Clubs can avail of once-off Training Grant

Clubs can avail of once-off Training Grant

Clubs can now apply for a once-off training grant, up to a maximum of €150, to assist them in resuming their training activities after activities …
Competitions to resume from Monday, other changes also announced

Competitions to resume from Monday, other changes also announced

As the Government continues to relax Covid-19 restrictions, The Pathway Ahead with Covid-19 outlining AIRC’s protocols for all activities has been updated ahead of the …
The Path Ahead with Covid-19 – Updated Protocols for AIRC Activities

The Path Ahead with Covid-19 – Updated Protocols for AIRC Activities

The Path Ahead with Covid-19 outlines what activities are permitted at this time and also sets out the measures and protocols that our clubs must …
Covid-19 Resumption of Activites update – 10/05/2021

Covid-19 Resumption of Activites update – 10/05/2021

From today, adult training may resume in pods of up to 15 outdoors and this will allow many clubs to resume training for the first …
Sport Ireland’s eLearning course for Covid-19 Compliance Officers

Sport Ireland’s eLearning course for Covid-19 Compliance Officers

Clubs and activity organisers are reminded that your Covid-19 Compliance Officer must have received training for their role as per our Covid-19 protocols. Related posts: …
Covid-19: Members Update – 4th May 2021

Covid-19: Members Update – 4th May 2021

In a positive move, it now appears restrictions are easing quicker than anticipated in the coming weeks, following An Taoiseach’s announcement on Thursday evening. Related …
Go-ahead given for countywide training activities to resume

Go-ahead given for countywide training activities to resume

Following a further update received from Horse Sport Ireland yesterday evening, training activities are now permitted to resume on a countywide basis. Related posts: HSI …
HSI issues update regarding Permitted Sport Horse Activity under Level 5 restrictions

HSI issues update regarding Permitted Sport Horse Activity under Level 5 restrictions

Horse Sport Ireland issued an update earlier this evening regarding the permitted sport horse activity from Monday 26th April under the current Level 5 Covid-19 …
Covid-19: Members Update – 22nd April 2021

Covid-19: Members Update – 22nd April 2021

The Association of Irish Riding Clubs had hoped to have received further clarification from Horse Sport Ireland (HSI) regarding the resumption of our activities in …

Sport Ireland C-19 Compliance Officer Online Course

To complete the Sport Ireland online training course, please complete Sections A and  B of Sport Irelands Covid-19 Return to Sport Phase 3 course.

Click on this link.

 

Sample AIRC Covid-19 Attendance Form

Each person attending an activity must complete an AIRC Covid-19 Attendance Form before arriving at the venue.  This is necessary for contact tracing and also for Covid-19 screening. 

Organisers can copy create a copy of our Google form template to use for their own activities at the link below:

Click on this link to make a copy of the template Google form.

 

Useful Links

Government and Public Health

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Useful Documents

 

Useful Posters

 

Gov.ie Covid-19 Information Resources