Conditions for TIHA Limerick Lady Qualifier 2023
(a) For two-year-old Traditionally Bred Fillies, suitable for producing High Quality Traditionally Bred Sport Horses
(b)Fillies must have been registered as foals with a society that maintains its breed for - the Irish Sport Horse Breed, the Irish Draught Breed, the Thoroughbred Breed & the Connemara Pony Breed and MUST be by: APPROVED :(a) Thoroughbred Stallions, Connemara Stallions, ISH (TIH) Stallions, Irish Draught Stallions or (b) Any cross of the afore mentioned (c) Dams of the fillies must be by the Stallions as above and registered with a society that maintains its breed
(d) All exhibitors must have their fillies passports available for inspection at the Qualifying show and at the Championship
(e) Entry fee for the Qualifier is €15, Entry fee for the Championship is €25 (f) More than one filly maybe selected at any qualifying show, provided that the standard of entries warrants such selection
(g) Should the standard of entries be insufficient, no filly will be selected (h) Infringement of these conditions or Championship regulations may lead to disqualification.
PRIZE FUND for the T.I.H.A. Limerick Lady Championship: Champion: €500 & the T.I.H.A. Perpetual Challenge Trophy, Reserve: €250, 3rd: €150, 4TH: €100.
FINAL LIMERICK SHOW SUNDAY 27TH AUGUST, 2023
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS – HORSES AND OTHER EQUINES
As from 1 May 2012, any premises (which includes shows, fairs and markets) where horses or other equines are gathered must be registered with the Department. Owners/persons in charge of such gatherings are required to submit a completed application form for registration and to keep records of movements on/off their premises.
Records must be retained for at least 3 years as they may be required by the Department for the purposes of tracing disease. Records required are
It is important therefore that Show organisers should contact their local Regional Veterinary Office in advance so that consideration can be given to compliance with the requirements outlined above.
All Equines (which include horses, ponies and donkeys) must be identified in accordance with EU and national legislation.
In respect of each equine in their care, a keeper must ensure that