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10-May-2024
ITBF’s biennial Conference, will soon be underway, hosted by Japan in 2024.
02-May-2024
The Annual General Meeting of ITBA takes place on Monday 27th May 2024, 4pm at ITBA HQ. This will be followed by an EGM.
29-Apr-2024
The ITBA are delighted to announce the appointment of Peter O’Reilly as the new Chief Executive of the Irish Thoroughbred Breeders Association.
11-Apr-2024
ITBA’s Internship Scheme was established in 2011 with the main aim to develop skills and knowledge of young enthusiasts in the thoroughbred industry
11-Mar-2024
For the 2024 Season the Irish Equine Centre are once again providing a subsidised Stud Farm Land Assessment Package for €150 ex VAT, for paid ITBA Members.
27-Feb-2024
ITBA was delighted to host its annual National Breeding & Racing Awards at The Heritage, Co Laois on Sunday 25th February 2024.
23-Feb-2024
The annual ITBA National Breeding & Racing Awards 2023 takes place on the rescheduled date of Sunday 25th February 2024 in The Heritage, Killenard, Co. Laois.
22-Feb-2024
ITBA Awards Live Stream
22-Feb-2024
Due to the lack of Artevac vaccine this year, not all stallions have received an EVA vaccine prior to the 2024 breeding season, which will increase the risk of an EVA outbreak in the country.
20-Feb-2024
New regulations surrounding mandatory ATV training and compulsory wearing of a helmet for all users came into effect in 2023.
09-Feb-2024
The popular ITBA Ask The Expert Series is back for 2024 and will kick off on Wednesday 6th March
07-Feb-2024
ITBA and ITBA Next Generation held a highly successful Breeding Seminar on the eve of the Goffs February Sale on Tuesday 6th February.
02-Feb-2024
Put on your thinking caps!! The ITBA Next Generation Quiz Night is back for 2024 and takes place on Thursday 15th February, 2024 at the Silken Thomas in Kildare.
18-Jan-2024
ITBA and a panel of Industry Experts hosted a National Hunt Seminar at The Lord Bagenal on Wednesday 17th January
17-Jan-2024
Following the possible manufacturing failure of the Artervac vaccine in October ITBA has sought emergency legislation for Government licences for the importation of the US made EVA vaccine known as ARVAC.
May 27
2024
ITBA AGM
ITBA HQ, Greenhills, Kill, Kildare, Ireland. W91 FY62
+353 45 877 543