HORSE SPORT IRELAND IS THE NATIONAL GOVERNING BODY FOR EQUESTRIAN SPORT IN IRELAND AND MAINTAINS THE IRISH HORSE REGISTER

HORSE SPORT IRELAND IS THE NATIONAL GOVERNING BODY FOR EQUESTRIAN SPORT IN IRELAND AND MAINTAINS THE IRISH HORSE REGISTER

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Capt Brian Cournane claims fifth place finish in $400,000 Longines Masters of New York Grand Prix – Darragh Kenny takes seventh

28 April 2019, 22:26 | General

An impressive performance from Kerry-born Capt Brian Cournane and the 11-year-old gelding Dino, saw them score a fifth place finish in tonight’s (Sunday) lucrative $400,000 five-star Longines Masters of New York Grand Prix, while Offaly’s Darragh Kenny also filled seventh place for Ireland with Cassini Z.

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Waterford riders fill top two places as Capt Geoff Curran wins opening round of the 2019 HSI/TRM New Heights Champions Series

28 April 2019, 20:07 | General

Waterford’s Capt Geoff Curran and the Minister for Defence-owned Irish Sport Horse Glengarra Wood, have claimed victory in the opening round of the 2019 Horse Sport Ireland/TRM New Heights Champions Series today (Sunday) at the Meadows Equestrian Centre in Lurgan, Co Armagh.

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Derwin leads the way in the ISH Studbook Showjumping series in the The Meadows

28 April 2019, 15:19 | General

MHS Fernhill Showtime(ISH) by Cavalier Royale (HOLST) bred by Ita Brennan (RIP), owned by Carol Gee, and ridden by Kate Derwin jumped double clear in a time of 39.08 seconds to win the 7 Year Old Final of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series at The Meadows Show.

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Offaly’s Darragh Kenny unbeatable as European domination continues in Riders Masters Cup

28 April 2019, 11:20 | General

For the fourth time in-a-row, the European team has beaten USA in the Riders Masters Cup – this time in New York, where Offaly’s Darragh Kenny played a starring role by winning both of his matches.

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Limerick’s Paul O’Shea wins $225,000 Kentucky Grand Prix

28 April 2019, 11:07 | General

Irish riders were once again in top form across the Atlantic in the early hours of this morning (Sunday), with Limerick’s Paul O’Shea claiming victory in the $225,000 Kentucky Invitational Grand Prix.

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