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Fears Brexit could harm Irish horseracing trade

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Brexit could nullify the tripartite agreement that exists between Ireland, England and France over the free movement of horses. Once Britain leaves the EU's single market and customs union, horses could be subject to passport controls and delays at the border unless some new agreement is reached.

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Brexit could nullify the tripartite agreement that exists between Ireland, England and France over the free movement of horses. Once Britain leaves the EU's single market and customs union, horses could be subject to passport controls and delays at the border unless some new agreement is reached.

Naas, Ireland

THOROUGHBRED horse breeding is an instance where Ireland can claim to be among the world's best, but Brexit is giving the industry huge cause for concern.

Uncertainty over the future arrangements for exporting horses to Britain, its main market, has sparked

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