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. Video from the 2019 Dublin Horse Show will be available shortly.
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.
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Winning Interview With Liam O Meara
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 09 Jonathan Smyth Mulvin Lui
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 08 Liam O Meara Oldtown KC
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 07 Brendan Murphy Chiricco 2
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 06 Peter Smyth Roscrib de Ross
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 05 Robert Harrison Landlystes Rubina
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 04 Katie Conlon Ping Ball
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 03 Richard Kerins Small Change
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 02 Jonathan Smyth Charlton Clio
2019/10/13 Eglinton: Autumn Grand Prix 1.40: Jump Off 01 Brendan Murphy Milchem Gorgeous
About Irish Sport TV
IrishSport.TV is a video based website serving the Irish Sport Horse industry. The site was launched in 2008 with our showjumping video archive now spanning over ten years.
In our Sport Horse section the next event will be Horse Sport Ireland's Third Foal Qualifier at the Wexford Equestrian Centre on Thursday 5th of September 2019. The qualifier has four sections: Showjumping Foal, Eventing foal, Showjumping Pony Foal, and Eventing Pony Foal, with the top two in each category qualifying for the final in Cavan at the October Show.
Tuesday 27th August 2019 Wexford Equestrian, Tomhaggard, Co. Wexford
Thursday 5th September 2019 Creagh Equestrian Centre, Ballinasloe, Galway
Tuesday 10th September 2019 Coilog Equestrian Centre, Kilmeague, Co Kildare
Monday 23rd September 2019 Tubberbride Stables, Co. Sligo
The videos from this year's Dublin Horse Show are currently being uploaded.
Liam O'Meara and Oldtown KC won the Eglinton leg of the Autumn Grand Prix, sponsored by Eglinton Eglinton Equestrian Club, on Sunday evening. The 15yo stallion is by Cruising, out of the Oldtown Katie, she is by Cloverfields, bred and owned by Martin Coffey in County Tipperary.
Paul Carberry & Brandonview First Edition won Kernan's leg of the Autumn Grand Prix, sponsored by Fairways Hotel, on Sunday. The 9yo gelding by Douglas Cavalier, out of the Balda Beau mare, Brandonview Lady, was bred by Seamus Drea, in County Kilkenny.
Eddie Moloney & Cruicerath Flexianna won Sunday's SJI Autumn 1.35m Grand Prix at the Wexford Equestrian Centre. One of seven clear rounds to progress to the jump off, the 9yo mare is by Flex A Bill, out of the Holland mare, Pannamarenca, bred by Gerard Campbell, in County Kildare, and owned by TSI Equestrian.
Captain Geoff Curran & HHS Clinstown won the 1.40 Autumn Grand Prix on the final day of the 2019 Cavan Indoor Championships. The 8yo gelding is by OBOS Quality 004, out of the Cavalier Royale mare, MHS Kilkenny Lady, bred in Kilkenny by the late, Ita Brennan.
Aidan Killeen & Chaplin Du VI won the 5yo Cavan Crystal final at the Cavan Indoor Championships on Sunday afternoon. The winning 5yo gelding is by Chellsini Z, out of the Clinton II mare, Merci du Vi, bred by Andre Veldmate in Holland.
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