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Midlands All Ireland Broodmare Championship winner Lough Fadda Kimberely with (l-r) show president George Ledwith and Mary Ledwith, sponsors David and Carmelia Scrivens who presented the Willows Ingredients Ltd trophy to Cathy Snow Coyne and Martin Coyne, owners of the winner Lough Fadda Kimberely with Lord Tom de Vesci presenting the Lady de Vesci cup
(Photo: Prime Photography)
THE 15th Midlands Connemara Pony Breeders Show at Mullingar Equestrian Centre had plenty of pride and above all passion. Many breeders from Connemara and all over Ireland travelled to take part in both the in-hand and performance classes