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Horse showing news and features from the Irish Farmers Journal

The latest news from the sport horse and thoroughbred world. Weekly focus on breeding, national hunt, showjumping, eventing, showing and sales for the farmer breeder.
Quality was to the fore in the All Ireland filly foal final at Moate Show on Sunday, where the Banner Country recorded a win.
By on 31 August 2017
Noel Sweeney's Poesie Melody was crowned Supreme Champion at Clifden.
By on 24 August 2017
Bridget Devanney’s Fast Silver filly won the All-Ireland yearling final for Irish Draught fillies.
By on 24 August 2017
Susan Finnerty does a round-up of the champions at this year's Dublin Horse Show.
By on 17 August 2017
Strictly Come Bouncing missed out on defending her 2015 win in the Irish Draught mare championship due to injury but bounced back to take the overall title this year.
By on 17 August 2017
“You dare to dream and sometimes the stars align," said a delighted Trudi Deja, owner of Mossy, this year's supreme hunter champion.
By on 17 August 2017
The judges went for their top-two from the lightweight class, Parkmore Evita and Kilkeany Mystic, as their overall champion and reserve.
By on 17 August 2017
John Roche followed in his father's footsteps when winning the Laidlaw Cup with Assagart Lord Lancer.
By on 17 August 2017
Graiguenamanagh veterinary surgeon Diarmuid Ryan filled the top two placings in the class for ponies aged five to seven.
By on 17 August 2017
Banks Timber, followed by Glencroft Aruba, came out top of the ridden Connemara Supreme Championship.
By on 17 August 2017
John and Mary Margaret Roche’s superb grey mare Assagart My Only Hope delivered her second Breeders' Championship, writes Michael Slavin.
By Contributor on 17 August 2017
Dan The Man came out on top at Kildysart's 75th anniversary show where veteran John McGoldrick recalls Dundrum, borrowed saddles and tractor transport.
By on 10 August 2017
Yearling colt with green book by captain canute ...
Black filly 6 years old 15 hands very quite well handled bit green will only sel...

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