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Harry Hillman and Diva Queen, winners of the 50cms Interprovincial Final at Castle Irvine \ Kyra Griffin
Peter Keane’s Kiltullagh Lass and Seafield Sinetta were the inaugural winners of the Jarlath Grogan Memorial Cup, presented at the Connemara Pony of the Year Charity Show by his daughter Joanne and grandchildren, Ellen, Darcy and Donnacha \ Susan Finnerty (Paid)
Priya Mia Cosgrave and Paulank Redreastat, winners at Castle Irvine \ Kyra Griffin
Niamh and Brian O’Halloran’s Cabra Jane (Hillside Joker) the youngstock champion at the Connemara Pony of the Year Charity Show, pictured with CPBS president Dave Sheedy and Niamh \ Susan Finnerty (Paid)
Sam Watson, Austin O'Connor, Dag Albert, Padraig McCarthy, Susie Berry, Felicity Ward at the FEI Eventing World Championships in Pratoni \ EquusPix Photography
Sisters Antonia and Felicity Ward at the FEI Eventing World Championships in Pratoni \ EquusPix Photography
Galey Lady keeps producing the goods for the Coleman family from Patrickswell, Co. Limerick. She has produced Clounanna Georgie Boy, the Clifden three-year-old loose jumping winner and Clounanna Lady May, the foal champion at the Connemara Pony of the Year Charity Show. Her champion foal is by Eimear’s own stallion Doohulla Dunally, a birthday present from her dad John \ Susan Finnerty (Paid)