Details of the venues and dates for the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series 2012 have been announced. Full criteria for the 2012 Series will be available next week.
Horse Sport Ireland are now accepting venue applications to host a leg of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series 2012. Should you wish to apply to host either a qualifying leg or the Grand Finals of the 2012 Series, please contact Laura Skelton in HSI for an application form (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Completed application forms must be returned to HSI no later than 1pm on Monday 30th January 2012.
Irish Sport Horses enjoyed considerable success at London Olympia over the weekend. Ireland's Dermott Lennon on board the nine year old mare, Loughview Lou-Lou (ISH), took top spot in the 1m50 class on Thursday to claim the lions share of the €11,200 prize fund. Later that day Laura Renwick (GBR) and Roller Coaster (ISH) finished in seventh place in the Speed Stakes. The duo went on to finish in fifth place in Friday's Puissance, with John Whitaker (GBR) and Casino (ISH) finishing in seventh place in the same class.
Irish Sport Horses enjoyed success on the international showjumping circuit over the weekend. In Stockholm, Sweden, John Whitaker and the Cavalier Royale gelding, Casino (ISH), were victorious in Sunday's Grand Prix earning himself a VW car. In Buenos Aires, Argentina, Matias Albarracin with P Compadre Ballycullen Maid (ISH) were part of Argentinian team that took second place in the Nations Cup.
Irish Sport Horses enjoyed success on the international showjumping circuit over the weekend. At Rancho Murieta in America, Rich Fellers (USA) and the Cruising stallion Flexible (ISH) took top spot in the FEI World Cup Grand Prix. In Toronto, Canada, Dermott Lennon (IRL) and Lougview Lou-Lou (ISH) were victorious in the 1m50 class and were placed in a further two classes at the same show.
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