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8 edition of The Irish Draught Horse found in the catalog.

The Irish Draught Horse

by Alex Fell

  • 167 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by J a Allen & Co Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Horses & ponies,
  • Horses - General,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Sports,
  • Ireland,
  • SPO000000,
  • SPO,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAllen Breed Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8278069M
    ISBN 100851315046
    ISBN 109780851315041
    OCLC/WorldCa59894085

    Established in , the IDHSNA is dedicated to fostering an appreciation and understanding of the Irish Draught Horse and the Irish Draught Sport Horse. The IDHSNA is a not-for-profit corporation, recognized by Ireland.   Horse Sport Ireland Export T/A Irish Horse Gateway does not control, and is not responsible for, content made available through the site and service, and, as such, does not guarantee the accuracy of the content contained within or warrant any user or third party's products, horses, services, videos or representations.

    In , the Irish Draught Horse Society of North America(IDHSNA) was created to preserve the purebred Irish Draught Horse. Furthermore, Horse Sport Ireland operates a scheme called Irish Draught Rare Bloodline, encouraging people to maintain genetic diversity within the breed, as well as breeding their best stallions to purebred mares.   /17hh Full Irish Draught Gelding by Sir Stormy breeze out of a mare by Diamond Clover. Broken Late as an 8yr old and schooled professionally. He rides extremely well on the flat and has nice paces. Very comfortable to ride. Blizzard is Complete gentleman to do in every way. He is an easy horse and can be ridden by all the family.

    Bridon Belfrey, RID, Irish Draught Stallion by Sabu Varghese. Original uploader was Losmurfs at dia – Originally from dia; description page is ed under CC BY via Wikimedia Commons.. The abbreviation “ID” denotes a purebred Irish Draught horse, while “RID” refers to the registered horses that have been inspected and : Amber Heintzberger. HSI was Approved by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine to maintain the Irish Cob Studbook on a temporary basis in October The Irish Cob is a native Irish breed and although it has a long history the Studbook was only officially founded in Prior to this linages were passed down verbally from generation to generation.


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The Irish Draught Horse by Alex Fell Download PDF EPUB FB2

What evolved was the breed of Irish Draught horse. The Irish Draught Horse book boasts a rich catalogue of lithographs, photographs and paintings honoring the book's subject matter. Much of the depiction of the horse's place in early Ireland's culture is, /5(6). Soon the clever Irish began to breed horses for size--which was a desirable fifteen hands highand to breed for strength, and for gentle disposition.

What evolved was the breed of Irish Draught horse. The Irish Draught Horse book boasts a rich catalogue of lithographs, photographs and paintings honoring the book's subject matter/5(6). The Irish Draught Horse (Allen Breed Series) Hardcover – August 1, by Alex Fell (Author)5/5(3).

The Irish Draught horse is a foundation breed that, when crossed with other breeds, will produce all types of leisure The Irish Draught Horse book performance horses.

Ideally Irish Draughts should stand between cms (hh) and a maximum of cms (hh) at maturity. Approximately 23 centimeters (9. The importance of Irish Draught blood in the breeding of show jumpers is emphasised." "This is a book for all who are interested in Irish history, in the equine heritage of the country and in the development of a distinctive breed of fine horses.

To ask other readers questions about Origins And Development Of The Irish Draught Horse, please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Origins And Development Of The Irish Draught Horse Lists with This BookPages:   The Irish Draught Horse book boasts a rich catalogue of lithographs, photographs and paintings honoring the book's subject matter.

Much of the depiction of the horse's place in early Ireland's culture is, understandably, captured only on canvas or lithograph/5(4). IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE STUDBOOK STALLION MERIT CRITERIA 5 Stallions that are classified as CLASS 1, RID[GB] and RID[CAN] in the Irish Draught Horse Studbook are eligible to be awarded additional merits (BRONZE, SILVER and GOLD), based on their performance and their progeny’s performance in a number of disciplines.

The Irish Horse Board developed in as a cooperative society, administering the stud books of the Irish Draught Horse and Irish Sport Horse as well as the Irish Horse Register on the Department of Agriculture’s behalf.

Welcome to the website of the Irish Draught Horse Breeders Assoication. This site is intended to be a valuable resource for members, breeders and enthusiasts. We aim to cover a wide range of topics relating to the Irish Draught Horse and our association.

Irish Draught Horse Society GB News Sheet May Click to download IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL HORNBY PREMIUM MARE OWNERS Due to the Covid pandemic Government restrictions, lockdown and social distancing have made it very difficult for mare owners planning to.

Irish horses, namely the Irish Draught horse, are best known for their incredible hunting and jumping abilities. This breed has been traced back many centuries despite the fact that there are no formal stud books or records. They go right back to when the Norman horses were brought to Ireland and bred with the native mounts.

Not long later. Printed copies of the Stallion Book are available from Horse Sport Ireland for paid up Irish Horse Board shareholders.

Please email [email protected] or call to confirm you are a paid up member. If your horse is inspected, passes and is registered into the Irish Draught Studbook Register, he/she may be branded with the Society’s shamrock flank brand and bar underneath Purebred colts and stallions that fail RID inspection for the Irish Draught Horse Stud Book are ineligible for any registration with IDSHS (Aust) Inc.

Alex Fell traced the Irish draughts’ origins to Spain in her book “The Irish Draught Horse; a History”. Scientific advances have reinforced her research; the Irish Draught shares 93% of its genes with an extant Spanish breed, the Caballo de Corro, a sister breed of the Asturcón.

The future of the breed in the new millennium is assessed and blood lines and pedigrees are discussed. The importance of Irish Draught blood in the breeding of show jumpers is emphasised." "This is a book for all who are interested in Irish history, in the equine heritage of the country and in the development of a distinctive breed of fine horses.

The Irish Draught Horse Society GB. Find Horses for sale, stud farms and breeders. Topics and Newsletters, and latest horse news. The Irish Draught Horse Society of Canada Stallion Book 2 RID STALLIONS Registered Irish Draught IDHS(GB) RID A//M/ RID IHR IDHS(NA) M NIGHT NURSE 2 RID IHR ENNISKEANE PRIDE RID IHR.

The Irish draught horse is an icon in the Irish cultural landscape. Through good times and bad it was the workhorse which pulled the farmer plough, took the family to church, hunted, was a commercial draft animal and pulled field artillery.5/5(4).

The role of the Society is to promote and preserve the Irish Draught and Irish Sport Horse in Australia. To this end, the Society keeps a Stud Book and a Register. Members receive three newsletters a year to advise them of upcoming events, inspection and competition days, stock for sale, breed developments and any other items of interest.

Ireland is well known as being the birthplace of world showjumping and with the country’s long equestrian tradition it is not surprising that the Irish Sport Horse breed developed with an innate ability for the equestrian sports of showjumping and eventing.

The main composite breeds of the Irish Sport Horse are the Irish Draught Horse and the Thoroughbred.The objectives of the Society are.

To assist in the preservation of the purebred Irish Draught Horse. To maintain an Irish Draught Stud Book with high standards of breeding, conformation, quality and soundness by a process of inspection and registration by a nominated panel of assessors at inspection days run by the Society.The Irish Draught Horse – 6 – The Irish Draught Horse Society was founded in Its aims are to encourage and assist breeders and those interested in the preservation, promotion and improvement of the breed.

There are currently 17 branches of the Society all over.