Treo Eile is providing a training bursary to the highest percentage achieved by a thoroughbred at AIRC National Dressage Championships at Barnadown Show Jumping near Gorey, Co. Wexford.
The thoroughbred which achieves the highest percentage in any of the championship classes will be awarded the €100 training bursary with a coach of their choice.
In the event of a tie, the thoroughbred which achieves the highest percentage in the highest grade of competition will be awarded the bursary.
Treo Eile’s Anne O’Connor said, “Treo Eile is very pleased to be partnering with the AIRC to reward thoroughbreds at the forthcoming AIRC National Dressage Championships. Translating as ‘Another Direction’, Treo Eile connects, supports and promotes second career options for thoroughbreds when their racing careers are over. It is wonderful to see the continuous increase in the number of thoroughbreds transitioning to competitive careers across a wide range of disciplines and at all levels.”
“The Treo Eile ‘Highest Placed Thoroughbred’ will receive a €100 Training Bursary to use with a coach of their choice. We ask that owners register their thoroughbreds on our website www.treoeile.com (FOR FREE), as this data assists in obtaining the funding that allows us to provide sponsorship,” she added.
A list of eligible horses will be available at https://airc.ie/dressage2023/ later in the week