All competitors please note the start time and running order of their class and follow the ECVOA bio secure protocol below. All classes will be held in Arena 1 with our large all weather Arena 3 being used as a warm up arena with two sets of warm up jumps to help ensure social distancing at all times.

Meadows Equestrian Centre 
Showjumping Training Day 
Wednesday 17th June 2020
Start Lists
Start Time 9am 
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Pippa Moore Makers
2 Hannah Mc Glinchey Paquito V
3 Harriet ohagan Fairy
4 Brooke Rafferty Grove hill rocky
5 Sophie cathcart Sandy
6 Rosa McIlhatton Biscuit
Start Time 9.30am 
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Jonathan Smyth Willie
2 Hannah Mc Glinchey Paquito V
3 Megan Hannaway Sonia
4 Noel Mckee Jenson
5 Kim fields Penelope
6 Jonathan Smyth Premier Balou Boy
7 Harriet ohagan Naughty
8 Amber Cloughley Touch of Ferro
9 Sarah Moore Ellie
10 Megan Hannaway Vicky
11 Jonathan Smyth Bosco
12 Samantha McLean Charlie
Start Time 10.15am 
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Jodie creighton Iggy
2 Jonathan Smyth Basil
3 Rachel Craig Harry
4 Ruby concannon Jessie
5 Thomas mccausland Shai
6 Sarah Moore Ellie
7 James Courtney Cadam Lcc Manny
8 Stacey watling Harry
9 Darcy Fehnert Who
10 Caoimhe Chambers Simon
11 Jonathan Smyth Rio
12 Brooke Rafferty Ava’s Ruby
13 Courtney Lynn Fit filly
14 Heather Steele Bluestone ludo
15 Rushelle kerr Speedy
16 Richard Smyth Luibon
17 Bronagh Stevenson Chicca
18 Cormac McElroy Ballaybrack Alanna
19 Jonathan Smyth Premier Sparkle
20 Smarties Ted Gibson
21 Jodie creighton Jill
22 James Courtney Cadam Lcc Pebbles
23 Émer Magee Misty
24 Stacey watling Dippy
25 Rebecca Smyth Rooney
26 Mia Lewis Penny
27 Emma Blair Frank
28 Honeydrum Callum hoey
29 Paris Kerry taggart
30 Jonathan Smyth Springball
31 Skye Katie gibson
Start Time 11.45am 
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Rhianna Thompson Ricardo
2 Beth Cunningham Dreamer
3 Bronagh Stevenson Chicca
4 Jodie creighton Jill
5 Stacey watling Sammy
6 Talyani Katie Gibson
7 Freya Sayle Charlies Beach
8 Katherine McCauley Archie
9 Rachel Craig Harry
10 Alanna Dunlop Million Dollar Girl
11 Ava Stubbs Tosca
12 Jonathan Smyth Springball
13 Richard Smyth Oscar
14 Ciara Dannigan Lcc Kylie
15 Anneka Knox Patch Mills  Sportsman
16 Sophie Cathcart Florry
17 Marina Stewart Troy
18 Harriet Pele Bing
19 Myah McLean Sue
20 Sid Kerry taggart
21 Stacey watling Edition



Sinead Adair

Victoria Titterington

Nathan McCausland



Master Caledonia

Start Time 12.30pm 
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Annie Courtney Cadam Lcc Dirk
2 Grace Sheridan Superior sprint
3 Sheena Kerr Mc Nally Pegasus
4 Stacey watling Jordan
5 Lara Kelly Cascum Kalel
6 Harriet Pele Echo
7 Wendy Anderson Woody
8 Cathryn Hutchinson Penny
9 Alanna Dunlop Million Dollar Girl
10 Clara Daly Greenfield Valentino
11 Ava Stubbs Tosca
12 Annie Courtney Cadam Lcc Peanut
13 Richard Smyth Oscar
14 Amara Kerry taggart
15 Rhianna Thompson Ricardo
16 Chloe Crozier Simba
17 Kelly  Taggart Lcc Shirika
18 Sarah Clarke Ice King
19 Felicty Mcconnell Nemo
20 Anneka Knox Patch Mills Sportsman
22  Bradie Hogg Ty
23 Annie Courtney Cadam Lcc Lui
24 Lucie McIlhatton Socks
25 Myah McLean Sue
26 Nathan McCausland Bowes Elevator
Start Time 1.45pm 
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Kate Kerry taggart
2 Natasha Breen Luxy
3 Lucie McIlhatton Socks
4 Grace Sheridan Superior sprint
5 Sheena Kerr Mc Nally Pegasus
6 Tara Dixon Kieran
7 Stephen Gibson Ibrahim
8 Fiona Cooper Smiler
9 Tara Dixon Kieran
10 Harriet Pele Bruno
11 Stacey watling Nora
12 Craig Carson Buddy
13 Tara Dixon Fred
14 Phoebe Harbinson Star
15 Wendy Anderson Woody
16 Toni mcclenaghan Rio
17 Anna White Jimmy
18 Clara Daly Greenfield Valentino
19 Charlotte Eakin Callie
20 Tara Dixon Fred
21 Eric Pele Topgear
22 Stephen Gibson Tolan
23 Natasha Breen Timmy
24 Fiona Cooper Tibs
Start Time 3pm
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Jodie creighton Seth
2 Charlotte Eakin Yogi
3 Stephen Gibson Louie
4 Caoimhe Chambers Willy
5 Toni mcclenaghan Rio
6 Fiona FitzGibbon Dora
7 Jodie creighton Breena
Start Time 3.30pm
Jump No Rider Name  Horse/ Pony Name 
1 Jodie creighton Breena
2 Kerrie kerr Ed
3 Jodie creighton Seth

Bio-secure Protocol for ECVOA Centres

On  Schooling, Training and Show days.

All riders attending will be asked to confirm that they and their staff have read these protocols and will fully  co-operate with the Covid 19 Compliance Officer on site.

Attendees are required to bring their own supply of anti Covid 19 disinfectant materials for their personal use.


The Equestrian sector is aware of the major public health threat posed by the Covid 19 pandemic and the importance of the measures we must take to reduce transmission of the virus.

We realise that Ireland may have to live with this virus for many months, or longer, and there will have to be a new norm for doing business and for social interactions. We realise that person to person transmission through close contact, and environmental contamination with viral laden droplets, are the main contributing factors to viral transmission. We think our sport is amenable to physical separation and this, coupled with environmental sanitation and good hygiene, should enable us reduce the likelihood of transmissions. Equestrian sport lends itself to complying with the necessary physical separation to prevent viral transmission.

In reopening our Equestrian Venues we are introducing protocols for venues across Ireland in a phased manner and all will be adhering to Government guidelines. We have introduced additional measures, unique to equestrian sport, for your safety.

Phase 1 – May 18th.  Centres propose to re-open, subject to Government permission.

Bookings will open for arena hire, subject to a maximum of 4 participants.

  • Private Schooling slots on-line with venues directly.
  • Private training slots for coaches and riders to book on-line directly with venues.
  • No catering services.

Phase 2 – June 8th

Bookings will be open as above for private schooling with the addition of

  • Organised Schooling days adhering to protocols on numbers.
  • Catering services  – take out only.

Phase 3 – June 29th

Bookings will open as above for private schooling and schooling days with the addition of

  • Organised venue training shows or leagues, with the possibility for Affiliated events, all behind closed doors.  Numbers to be restricted to guidelines published at the time by Government. These may include all disciplines, and catering with restrictions outlined below such as takeaway only.  No spectators or additional family members except riders, drivers, grooms etc.

Phase 4 – July 20th

All above activities with addition of

  • Possibility of National events in conjunction with all disciplines and affiliates as venues wish to host.

Phase 5 – Aug 10th

All above activities with the addition of

  • Full calendar activities within the new normality including stabling and catering functioning with full access. Spectators within guidelines of social distancing until further notice.

Should any phased dates be adjusted by Government, our timeline will be amended in accordance with these changes.

Advance Bookings will now be compulsory for all Equestrian Activities at Centres

ECVOA Protocols


At the time of entry any person displaying symptoms associated with Covid-19 (Fever, Cough, Shortness of Breath or Breathing Difficulties), people who have been in close contact of a confirmed case, people who are considered in a high-risk group, or those caring for somebody in a vulnerable category  should not attend.

The new norm will involve greater segregation and physical separation than heretofore. As a result, as phases allow, events may have to be smaller and, to maintain separation, may have to run slower.

Infrastructural changes will be provided to toilets, walk ways, carparks, seating areas etc to ensure physical separation is possible but also simple to comply with.

There will be no tolerance of non compliance and everyone will receive instructions with their entry to inform them of what will be required of them.

Any individual found in breach of the guidelines will be asked to leave and will be barred from participation at future events.

The following protocols have been developed in order to safeguard the health of our attendees and staff, to minimise the amount of time the attendees spend at any equestrian venue and to ensure that minimal contact between attendees at equestrian venues during schooling, training or competition days is achieved, consistent with Department of Health, HSE and other Government guidelines.

  1. SanctionsPHASE 1 onwards

a)Should attendees refuse to co-operate with the Covid 19 Compliance Officer and the venue owner on matters relating to social distancing or other anti Covid 19 protocols, they will be asked to leave and banned from future events.

  1. Preparation of the venue prior to re-opening.  PHASE 1 onwards

a)Official Dept of Health signage posted at entrances and along entrance and exit routes as well as at critical points.

b)Entrance and Exit routes clearly marked where applicable.

c)Parking spaces should be allocated prior to arrival of the attendees.  A minimum distance of 5M should be observed between vehicles.

d)Stables and viewing area closed off.

e)Social distancing marks painted on ground at Critical Points eg. Show Office, toilets, catering outlets.

f)Catering facilities will not be made available during Phase 1 of reopening and updates will be circulated should this change.

g)Protective Screens placed at Show Office (however minimum or no contact should be required at show office in early phases of opening).

h)Hygiene Stations, stocked with hand washing facilities and spray bottles of disinfectant, paper rolls etc, will be strategically located.

  1. Competition Entries – PHASE 1 onwards

a) All bookings for schooling, training or shows will be done online as phases allow. Please see individual venues for their relevant online systems or to be directed to affiliated sites.

b) Entry fees will be pre-paid where possible.

  1. Start Lists. – PHASE 1  onwards

Will be circulated for bookings of schooling or training sessions and (in later phases), shows. Start Lists will

a) Include start time of class, number of competitors, running order and will be capable of being edited in order to facilitate competitors with multiple entries where appropriate.

b) Allow 2.5 minutes for each horse, 10 minutes for course change.

c) The pre competition course walks will only allow a limited number of competitors in the arena at any one time to ensure adequate physical separation.

d) Start lists will be posted on the show website the day before competition or as stated on time of booking.

  1. Arrival at Show – PHASE 1 onwards

a)On arrival at the Vehicle Park the attendee will be directed to their pre-allotted space.

b)Minimum of 5 metres between vehicles.

c)Use the facilities at the Hygiene Station provided.

d)The attendee will be advised in advance of their route to warm up arena and given a general brief of the precautions currently in place for their protection. This is given at the time of booking on-line by reading the protocols and watching the video provided.

e)Horses are to be tacked up at the vehicle parking area. Parties that traveled together should ensure to keep within your group and ensure all activities with your horses are maintained within this group

  1. Warm up arena.- PHASE 3 onwards

a)Maximum of 6 horses in the warm up area.

b)Warm up will not be required at this level until phase 3 of these protocols with schooling phases using the booked arena for warm up purposes

c)Vertical and Oxer warm up fences will be provided. The central median for grooms to stand in while horses are warming up will be adapted to ensure social distancing guidelines can be observed at all times.

d)Physical separation must be observed in warm up area.

e)Multiple warm up areas may be provided, if available.

f)Hygiene Stations with hand washing facilities and spray bottles of disinfectant, paper rolls etc, will be strategically located in the vicinity of the warm up area.

g)Venue staff will regularly spray down the practice fences with disinfectant solution.                                                    

Bring extra Hygiene Products for your own use & help us by cleaning down relevant areas after use ( ie hoses )

  1. Warm Down Area and Wash Bay. – PHASE 1 onwards.

a)Maximum of 6 horses in the Warm Down area.

b)Vacate as soon as possible and leave by designated route to Wash Bay.

c)One combination only in Wash Bay; quick hose down and vacate as soon as possible.

d)All equipment to be rubbed down with disinfectant by departing groom.

e)Hygiene station to be regularly checked and re-stocked, as necessary.

f)Horses can be rugged up and walked off in vehicle Park area, prior to loading and departure.

PHASE 3 onwards – Details for 8, 9 and 10 will be published on the venue website FOR PHASE 3, when applicable.

  1. Competition Arena.
  2. Catering on site
  3. Judges, Officials
  4. Public Address System.

a)Government Health warnings as related to Covid 19 will be played on a continuous loop, every 30 minutes, over the venues PA system.

b)Any additional messages from the Covid 19 Compliance Officer can be relayed to the attendees over this system.

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