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Netherlands – Winners
0-4-4-0 = 4 Faults in Round 1
0-0-8-0 = 0 Faults in Round 2
4 = Total Faults

Ireland – Second
0-12-8-8 = 16 Faults in Round 1
4-8-0-0 = 4 Faults in Round 2
20 = Total Faults

USA – Second
4-4-8-0 = 8 Faults in Round 1
0-8-8-4 = 12 Faults in Round 2
20 = Total Faults

France – Fourth
0-8-8-8 = 16 Faults in Round 1
8-4-0-4 = 8 Faults in Round 2
24 = Total Faults

Great Britain – Fifth
8-12-4-4 = 16 Faults in Round 1
12-12-0-0 = 12 Faults in Round 2
28 = Total Faults

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 As show season gets fully into swing, sport horse enthusiasts can learn a lot from the methods used by judges in the ring.

 The show season is in full swing up and down the country. It is a great opportunity for you and me to view the many horses on display. For those of us ‘judges on the ditch’, it is a great opportunity to test our judging skills against those of the judges inside the ring. We may not always agree but then do we get the same view of the animals as the judges? We get a view from a different angle and usually we are not as close to the horses. In these circumstances perhaps we should not be as critical as we often are. When the class is complete, do go and have a closer look at the winners to see if you can spot why the judges placed one ahead of the other.

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An article written by   By Norman Storey Tuesday July 20 2010   

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 The  63rd Annual Agricultural, Horticultural,  Trade & Vintage Show took  place on Saturday,3rd July 2010. I am very happy to report that we finally had the perfect horse showing weather (although it felt sweltering HOT at times!) Everyone had a fantastic weekend.

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This years Gorey Agricultural show took place on  Saturday June 19th 2010.

The event  took  place in its new home  for the first time in 15 years and is now loccated within walking distance from gorey town itself. It was a great day out enjoy a few photos taken from the day.

 

Exciting prospect moves to south-east

 

An exciting new Clover Hill sire joined the fully approved ranks when Kennedy’s Clover passed the Irish Horse Board inspections in March. From the penultimate crop of Clover Hill and with a classy damline, the 11-year-old returned from Italy to stand in Co. Wexford with Moses McCabe.

As the name suggests, Kennedy’s Clover is a graduate from the Kennedy’s yard in Kerry and notched up 45 points, with a 100% double clear record sheet, from his 2001 campaign before his sale to the Luise family. These Italians are avid supporters of the Irish horse and their latest purchase was campaigned by their daughter Slivia.

Moses’s daughter Siobhan, explains how Kennedy’s Clover returned home. ” We were looking for a stallion at the time and met the Luise family at a show. They mentioned that they were keen for their horse to stand in Ireland, especially in the south-east where there were good mares” As a result of that conversation the deal was done for the Italian export’s move to Enniscorthy.

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Irish horse - Sports Horse Ireland

International Show jumper Kennedys Clover at Stud (ballinamuddagh Stud) http://www.sportshorseireland.com

 

The Irish Sport Horse (ISH), also known as the Irish Hunter. Irish Sports Horses are mainly the result of a cross between the Thoroughbred and the Irish Draught. Ireland produces a great number of Irish Sport Horses each year, many of them selling for great amounts in the United Kingdom, United States and Europe. The Irish Sport Horse is traditionally used for all purposes, from working the land , transportation, to riding. However, it is becoming increasingly popular as a competition riding horse. The Irish Sports horse’s natural athletic ability and fantastic jumping talents means that it excels in the show jumping arena, as well as competing at the highest levels of eventing. The horse is renowned worldwide for being one of the best hunting mounts, and the Irish Sport Horse regularly tops the rankings for eventing and showjumping .

Irish Sports Horse : Ballinamuddagh Stud

Sports Horse Ireland : Irish Stallions and horse breeding

 

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