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HORSE RACING IRELAND

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) is the national authority for thoroughbred racing in Ireland, with responsibility for the governance, development and promotion of the industry under the Horse and Greyhound Racing Act 2001. Our mission is to develop and promote Ireland's Horse Racing and Breeding industries to administer and govern the sport of Horse Racing in Ireland, to cultivate and promote the highest standards of integrity and welfare.

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HRI RÁS

The RÁS website within HRI is where you will find much of your in-depth racing information. It is largely used by trainers and existing owners. This site contains information relevant to Entries & Declarations, Race Programming & Fixtures along with Registrations that been issued.

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IRISH THOROUGHBRED MARKETING

Irish Thoroughbred Marketing (ITM), a subsidiary of Horse Racing Ireland, works to promote the Irish bloodstock industry worldwide. ITM is usually the first point of contact for overseas clients seeking information on any aspect of the Irish bloodstock industry from sourcing a stud farm to bloodstock. To find out more on the services please refer to the website.

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ASSOCIATION OF IRISH RACEHORSE OWNERS

The Association of Irish Racehorse Owners (AIRO) promotes and protects the interests of Irish racehorse owners. HRI officially recognizes AIRO as the Owner's representative body. Being a member of AIRO ensures that your voice is heard as well as offering a number of valuable benefits including public liability insurance. 

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IRISH THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS ASSOCIATION

The ITBA is official representative body of the Irish thoroughbred breeding industry at Government level both at home and internationally. The ITBA aims to work with and for the good of all Irish breeders to ensure Ireland continues to be one of the most renowned and successful breeding industries in the world. To learn more about the ITBA refer to their website.

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