There was good news for Millstreet Horse Show this week as Show Jumping Association of Ireland (SJI) members proposed and passed a motion to cancel all fines and suspensions arising from member who jumped at the horse show last August.
The SJI and Green Glens have been in a protracted dispute centering on the issue of insurance. This came to a head in August when the Corkman staged what he termed an ‘independent’ show, with many SJI members and officials defying the threat of sanction to participate. In turn, the SJI rescheduled its national championships to run opposite Millstreet, arguably the country’s most popular show, and the organisation is in …
The story has been carried in several news articles:
- SJI executive to discuss AGM ‘fines’ motion (24th Sept)
- Corrigan will work with SJI members at all times (22 Sept)
- Corrigan insists SJI have not backed down on Millstreet (2nd Sept)
- Duggan to fight sanctions on Millstreet participants (20th Aug)
- Members defy SJI and make annual pilgrimage to Millstreet (12th Aug)