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.

Resources

Title Download

Latest Covid-19 Updates

Clubs get creative during Coronavirus restrictions

Clubs get creative during Coronavirus restrictions

Although all AIRC activities have been suspended since 19th March, some clubs and regions have been creative during this health emergency. #StayingApartTogether Related posts: No …
RDS cancels 2020 Dublin Horse Show

RDS cancels 2020 Dublin Horse Show

The RDS has today announced the cancellation of the 2020 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Dublin Horse Show due to ongoing concerns regarding the continuing …
Covid-19: AIRC Riding Clubs Festival cancelled

Covid-19: AIRC Riding Clubs Festival cancelled

It is with a heavy heart that we announce today that the AIRC Riding Clubs Festival, which was due to take place on Saturday 6th …
Hunter trials rescheduled to September

Hunter trials rescheduled to September

The Connolly’s RED MILLS AIRC National Hunter Trials will now take place on Sunday 20th September 2020. Related posts: No related posts. …
Covid-19: HSI issues guidance on exercising horses

Covid-19: HSI issues guidance on exercising horses

Horse Sport Ireland has issued the following advice on exercising your horses during the ‘Stay at Home’ phase of the Covid-19 pandemic. Related posts: No …
Horse registration fee suspended until May

Horse registration fee suspended until May

The fee of €25 for registering a horse, which was due to come into effect tomorrow, has been deferred until 1st May. Related posts: No …
Covid-19:  Advice for dog owners during pandemic

Covid-19: Advice for dog owners during pandemic

Dogs Trust Ireland have issued some useful advice for dog owners who may be concerned about how to look after their dogs if they need …
Covid-19:  Care of animals including horses exempt from new Government restrictions

Covid-19: Care of animals including horses exempt from new Government restrictions

Horse Sport Ireland is advising all in the equestrian sector that the care of animals including horses is exempt from new Government restrictions on movement …
Covid-19: A Message from our Chairman

Covid-19: A Message from our Chairman

The following is a message from our chairman Tony Ennisregarding the Covid-19 pandemic: Related posts: No related posts. …

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

 Equestrian, Sport and Agriculture

 

Useful Documents

 

Useful Posters

 

Gov.ie Covid-19 Information Resources