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EI Youth Committee

The EI Youth Committee is the structure through which parents/guardians can work together for the best possible experience for their young riders (aged 12 - 25 years). The committee is

High Performance Programmes

An expression of interest form needs to be completed and sent to HSI (Horse Sport Ireland) This can be done online via HSI here, and will cost €50 per athlete. HSI

FEI Pony Measurement Rules for Internationals

A new set of FEI regulations were introduced in 2020 in relation to the measuring of Eventing ponies, you can read more about this here: https://www.horsesportireland.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/FEI-General-Assembly-Report-Pony-Measuring-2020.pdf To compete at international level

What’s the difference between EI and HSI?

Eventing Ireland is the national body responsible for the national sport of Eventing in Ireland.  Its role is to organise and manage training, national events and the rules at national

Moving from Ponies to Juniors

I have a child who will be going into Juniors next year.  They are riding a pony which is measured at 148cm.  Can this pony be registered as a horse

Underage Athlete Categories

Pony Riders Pony athletes may complete as a Pony rider from the start of the year in which they turn 12, until the end of the year in which they

Underage Athlete Forms

All forms can be found in Info Portal - which is located via the menu (three horizontal bars) in the top right of your screen.

New Underage Athletes

Underage athletes who are new to Eventing Ireland need to submit a few supporting documents. A parent/guardian must complete the Parental Consent form (found in Info Portal, which is located

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