The Dublin Horse Show is the only CSIO5*show in Ireland. The five day show generally takes place in the month of August, attracting the leading riders in the world, watch videos of exciting young Irish bred horses that can reach the top echelons of the sport in both Showjumping and Eventing.
Our Showjumping video archive dates back to 2008, covering all of the major National events in Ireland including, the Spring Tour, National Grand Prix, New Heights Champions Series, Autumn Grand Prix, Irish Sport Horse Studbook Series, etc, from all of the leading Irish venues, eg, Cavan Equestrian, Mullingar, Barnadown etc.
In this section you will find videos of Sport Horse Competitions held throughout Ireland; everything from showing classes for mares and foals to performance classes, ie loose jumping for 3-year-old horses. Browse through here to find the stars of tomorrow.
The Stepping Stones To Success Eventing League is run at the Wexford Equestrian Centre in March and April every year. It is aimed at the cream of the young event horses in the country. Watch videos of the leading four and five year old horses in Ireland.
Susan Fitzpatrick & Keatingstown Skorphults Joker won Sunday's leg of the TRM Spring Tour at Portmore. The winning 7yo German bred gelding is by Conthargos, out of the Chacco Blue mare, Chaccy Anne, bred by Gestut Lewitz.
Young rider, Adam Carey & Quinn Z won the second leg of the TRM Spring Tour at the Tipperary Equestrian Centre on Saturday afternoon. The winning 8yo mare is by Querly Elvis, out of the Chicago Z mare, Cherunique Z.
Brendan Murphy & Immun Ocean Ogara won the final leg of the Autumn Grand Prix on Sunday evening in the Cavan Equestrian Centre. The 9yo gelding is by Numero Uno, out of Sambia, by Alba, owned by Alan Robertson. Olive Clarke & Clonguish Vivaro won the overall league, the 10yo gelding is by Vivaldo Van Het Costersveild, out of Clonguish Gold, by Tanaos, bred and owned by Bernard Jordan.
Brendan Murphy & Chiricco 2 won the penultimate leg of the Autumn Grand Prix at the Cavan Equestrian Centre on Saturday night. The winning combination had over three seconds to spare on the league leader Olive Clarke. Chiricco 2 is a 13yo Chin Chin gelding owned by Sandra Duffy in Mayo.
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