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Irish Olympic Eventing rider Jonty Evans and The Irish Sport Horse Cooley Rorkes Drift have won today’s CIC3* competition at Belton Horse Trials in...
The Team Ireland Equestrian Eventing squad selected for the World Equestrian Games and their coaches Ian Woodhead and Ian Fearon are holding an Eventing...
The National Grand Prix season kicks off next weekend with Louth County show playing host to the first rounds of the Horseware/TRM National Grand Prix League on Saturday and the Premier Series on Sunday.
WITH the Olympic Games in Rio just over three months away, Horse Sport Ireland held a media day at the National Horse Sport Arena
Tipperary’s Shane Breen claimed third place in a tense World Cup Qualifier in Helsinki, Finland on Sunday which saw only eight of the 36 starters managing to achieve a clear first round.
Two Irish wins at the four-star show in Spruce Meadows, Canada, and several victories at Aachen's five-star show in Germany have spotlighted several days of consistent success for Irish riders competing abroad.
WEXFORD'S 17 year-old Bertram Allen continued his recent run of show jumping successes with a win in the jump-off class at Fontainebleau in France on Sunday , seeing off challenges from some of the world\'s top-ranked international riders.
THE IRISH whitewash at the Hickstead Derby meeting in England continued on Saturday with the top four places in the Speed Derby, victory going to National Hunt Jockey Robert Power, son of famous show jumper Captain Con Power, aboard the Irish Sport Horse Doonaveeragh O One, which is owned by Bewley\'s Hotels.
Olympic Bronze Medallist Cian O\'Connor won a Golf GTI car when taking first prize at the Grand Prix in Sommerstorf, Germany but immediately donated it to his long-time groom, "Frenchy".
For the first time Irish teams will compete in both the Show Jumping and Eventing Nations’ Cups in the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany from June 25 to 30th this year.
Ireland had two riders through to the jump-off in Sunday’s Grand Prix at Lisbon, Portugal, with Kildare-born Niall Talbot finally taking the 10,000 euro trophy on the 12 year-old chestnut gelding Nicos de la Cense.
The Irish quartet of Billy Twomey, Niall Talbot, Bertram Allen and Ross Mulholland finished equal third of 11 teams who took part in the Nations' Cup in Lisbon, at the weekend,, completing the two rounds on a total of 24 faults.
Ireland’s Sarah Ennis and the Irish Sport Horse BLM Diamond Delux moved up one place during the final show jumping phase at Tattersalls Horse Trials on Sunday to finish fourth, but British rider Pippa Funnell maintained her lead with Billy Beware to take the three-star trophy.
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