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DUBLIN HORSE SHOW: Broderick and Zuidam make it two from two in the Speed Derby
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DUBLIN HORSE SHOW: Broderick and Zuidam make it two from two in the Speed Derby
on 11 August 2017
Greg Broderick completed a double within 24 hours when scorching around the Speed Derby with the speed merchant Zuidam

IRELAND's winning run at the Dublin Horse Show has continued this afternoon, with Tipperary’s Greg Broderick and Zuidam scoring their second win in 24 hours. Broderick and the 13-year-old stallion had come out on top in the opening class of the show on Wednesday and they added another victory in today’s Speed Derby, sponsored by The Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge.

The competition attracted riders from 10 different nations however Irish riders totally dominated the final leader board filling all of the top six places.

Cork’s Billy Twomey and the Irish Sport Horse Ardcolum Duke finished as runners-up, with Shane Breen in third place with Can Ya Makan. Former World Champion Dermott Lennon and Vampire finished fourth ahead of Cian O’Connor and Copain du Perchet CH in fifth and Cameron Hanley in sixth with Aiyetoro.

The result means Irish riders have won all three international competitions so far this week at the RDS. Irish team manager Rodrigo Pessoa will be hoping Ireland’s winning run continues in Friday’s Aga Khan at the RDS. The Irish team, sponsored by The Underwriting Exchange and Devenish was named this morning. It includes Bertram Allen, Denis Lynch, Cian O’Connor and Louth’s Mark McAuley who will make his Aga Khan debut.

Ireland will take to the arena for the first time since securing a sponsorship deal with leading clothing company Equiline and have been drawn second to jump of eight teams with the action starting at 3pm.

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