Kitty Cullen

Iveagh Pony Club raise money for charities

Iveagh Branch of the Pony club in association with the County Down Hounds recently held a very successful children’s drag hunt and raised £3280 for two charities Fields of Life and Friends of the Cancer Centre in memory of Harriet Betts and Susie Thompson.

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70cm - Sea Rose Cup, 1st Cara Garrity; 2nd Scarlett Knox presented by Maria King from Ecclesville

Fantastic final at Ecclesville

The fifth and final of Ecclesville’s Showjumping Leagues for 2019 was held on 6 December and it was a great night of jumping, as not only the League prizes were up for grabs, but beautiful perpetual trophies and sashes were also being awarded!

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William Whitaker riding RMF Charly (Great Britain)

Double delight as Whitaker and Pender share puissance spoils

The third day of action at Olympia, The London International Horse Show, welcomed the world’s best show jumpers to Olympia Grand. Seven of the top ten riders attended, with Britain’s Holly Smith getting the Show off to a flying start by taking the opening class, The Welcome Stakes, by the narrowest of margins from compatriot Laura Renwick.

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Last year's 2018 Clydesdale Foal Show Overall Champion, - Agivey Sophie and winner of NISA/LISBURN EQUESTRIAN & FARM FEEDS Clydesdale Championship 2019 with breeder/owner David Patterson (photo courtesy of Amanda Stewart Photography)

Clydesdale Christmas cracker

The C Londonderry Horse Breeding Society will be hosting its 52nd Clydesdale Foal Show on Saturday, December 14, 2019 within Ballymena Livestock Market, with judging at 10.30am.

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Show jumping 
at Ecclesville EC

Show jumping at Ecclesville EC

The steady number of competitors travelling to Fintona for week three of Ecclesville League was again very encouraging and, in some cases, the competitors have already ensured their place at the final on 6 December.

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Katie Donnelly, Killderry Captain

Katie and Eabna new to dressage

Saturday, November 23 saw another damp and wet day however, as always, this did not stop Hagans Croft’s determined dressage go’ers turning down the centre line and giving it their all.

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