Four Irish riders in the top ten in Thursday’s final class at Dublin
- 21 July 2016, 20:47
Four Irish riders placed in the top ten of the Anglesea Stakes, the final class in the international arena on the second day of Dublin Horse Show. Anthony Condon and Chinook II finished in sixth place, Shane Breen and Market Irminka took seventh, Bertram Allen and Quiet Easy 4 claimed eight and Shane Sweetnam and Buckle Up were ninth. The winner of the class was Lorenza De Luca (ITA) and Halifax Van Het Kluizebos, the rider now having notched up three wins in the international classes so far this week.
In the national classes, Liam O’Meara and Kannon Clover (ISH) were victorious in the second qualifier of the HSI 6 Year Old National Championship in Simmonscourt this afternoon. The HSI 3 Year Old Loose Performance Championship took place in Simmonscourt this evening. The Champion from the filly section was Noel Ruane’s Castle Camiro (ISH), while the Champion from the colt/gelding section was Jackie Lee’s Emerald Courage (ISH).
Breeding of the above Irish Sport Horses:
Kannon Clover (ISH) – 2011 brown mare by Boherdeal Clover (ISH) out of Cavalier Kanan (UNK). Bred by Martin O’Meara, Co. Tipperary. Owner: Helen Sheridan. Rider: Liam O’Meara
Castle Camiro (ISH) – 2013 bay filly by Sligo Candy Boy (ISH) out of Camiro Lady (UNK). Owner/Bred by Noel Ruane, Co. Sligo
Emerald Courage (ISH) – 2013 chestnut colt by Emerald Van’t Ruytershof (BWP) out of Cullen Alpha (ISH), by Courage II (HOLST). Owner/Bred by Jackie Lee, Co. Galway