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.

AIRC activities are set to resume on 8th June 2020 on a phased basis over the coming months to ensure the health, safety, and wellbeing of our members, officials, and volunteers.

Please review the latest version of the ‘Pathway for the Resumption of Activities‘ at the link below:

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

AIRC will be preparing further protocols for our competitions and will communicate and distribute these in advance to our clubs in the coming weeks.

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

Below is a summary of the four-tiered approach for the resumption of activities over the coming weeks and months.

Resources

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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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Pathway for the Resumption of AIRC Activities
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Latest Covid-19 Updates

Covid-19: Resumption of Activities Update – 01/12/2020

Covid-19: Resumption of Activities Update – 01/12/2020

Following the Governments announcement on Friday, we are waiting for clarification from Horse Sport Ireland regarding the resumption of our activities as the guidelines have …
All activities suspended as Level 5 restrictions introduced nationwide

All activities suspended as Level 5 restrictions introduced nationwide

All AIRC activities are suspended from midnight on Wednesday, 21st October, after the Government announced a move to Level 5 restrictions under the ‘Living with …
Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan move to level 4 tonight

Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan move to level 4 tonight

Counties Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan will move on to Level 4 of the government’s ‘Living with Covid’ restriction plan at midnight. Related posts: New grant …
Covid-19: New framework announced for AIRC activities

Covid-19: New framework announced for AIRC activities

A new framework has been approved for AIRC activities which outlines what activities are permitted under the various levels of the Governments ‘Resilience and Recovery …
Covid-19: All competitions suspended as entire country goes to Level 3 restrictions

Covid-19: All competitions suspended as entire country goes to Level 3 restrictions

All AIRC competitions are now suspended after the Government moved the entire country to Level 3 restrictions as outlined in the ‘Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021: …
Covid-19: No competitions permitted in Donegal at Level 3

Covid-19: No competitions permitted in Donegal at Level 3

AIRC competitions are not permitted in the county of Donegal while it is at Level 3 on the Government’s new national framework for ‘Living with …
HSI announces Equestrian Covid-19 Framework

HSI announces Equestrian Covid-19 Framework

HSI has announced further clarity regarding the Governments recently announced plan – Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021: Plan for Living with COVID-19 in respect of each …
Covid-19: AIRC competitions not permitted in Dublin whilst at Level 3

Covid-19: AIRC competitions not permitted in Dublin whilst at Level 3

Following clarification from Horse Sport Ireland earlier today, AIRC competitions are not permitted in the county of Dublin while it is at Level 3. Related …
Attendance at 2020 AIRC National Hunter Trials

Attendance at 2020 AIRC National Hunter Trials

Please note that attendance at the AIRC National Hunter Trials Championships is restricted to competitors, their nominated assistant or grooms and event officials. Related posts: …