Imogen Lawless-Greene and Mountain Ash of Glendhu win the Taffy Cup at Charleville, the one cup that has eluded the Tipperary family. Also pictured are judge Laura Hamilton and Margaret Lawless-Greene (Photo: Susan Finnerty)
Padraic Heanue with Canal Lorraine winner of the four-year-old and over Connemara Class and overall Champion Connemara Pony in-hand, with David Sheehan(President of the ISA), Jim Harrison (ISA), Padraic Heanue, and judge Jane Somerville at Athlone
(Photo: Rynes Walker)
At the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Ireland at the Stena Line Dublin Horse Show were The Irish Field's Niamh McCarthy and Judith Faherty at Bewley’s Grafton Street (Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland .
RDS Chief Executive Michael Duffy and Bairbre Power, Fashion Editor of The Irish Independent at the social launch of this year’s Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Ireland at the Stena Line Dublin Horse Show (Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland .
Pictured at the announcement of Stena Line’s title sponsorship of the Stena Line 2018 Dublin Horse Show are Caitlin Hyland, Customer Service Representative, Stena Line; Second Lieutenant James Whyte with Rolestown of the Irish Army Equitation School, McKee Barracks and Capt. Adrian Delaney, Senior Master, Stena Superfast X (Photo: Stena Line)
All the colour of the show rings from Charleville and Athlone and the social launch of the Stena Line Dublin Horse Show 2018