After qualifying for the Knotts Bakery young event horse championships at Balmoral at Lusks, Dublin will be the next aim for GHS Calexico
There were wedding bells in Co Louth last Saturday as Orlagh Kelly and Colin Halliday tied the knot
Ballina Ita McDermott landed Section B of Wednesday’s four-year-old class at Tullylish where the two tracks were considered a lot more horse-friendly this season
Although his Balmoral winner Rosalent had a pole down at Forth Mountain on Tuesday, Colin Halliday bounced back to win with a five-year-old
Lisa Rosbotham's four-year-old Rosalent and Orla Cassidy's Grange Ash Sparrow won the four and five-year-old sections of the Knotts Bakery young event horse championship at Balmoral
Rider’s expertise in young event horse classes was evident yet again at The Meadows on Tuesday when he won both sections on grey mares
Dundalk-based Colin Halliday produced the winners of both classes at Tuesday’s second Balmoral/Knott’s Bakery young event horse qualifier
The first of four qualifiers for the Knott's Bakery young event horse championship for Balmoral 2018 took place at Gransha Equestrian Centre
Keen eventers Colin Halliday and Orlagh Kelly annouced their engagement last week
The final round of this year’s YES! series provided a welcome opportunity for riders who had been out of luck earlier to book a Dublin ticket
Home-based rider lands Balmoral four-year-old qualifier at Lusk Equestrian Centre on Ferros Aim while older section goes to the Emily Corbett-ridden Meranti
The Lusk family hosted the Northern Region’s final event of 2016 at Knockany last Saturday
The smart chesnut gelding gives Colin Halliday some cheer on a day of mixed fortune at Tullymurry
The five-year-old Mermus R gelding had the perfect start to his eventing career with a win at pre-novice level in Glenpatrick, reports Margie McLoone
The final qualifier in this year’s Knott’s Bakery series saw another 10 horses book their spots for annual May show
A weekend double for Harold Lusk began at Loughanmore, where several riders lost their way cross-country
Colin Halliday and Emma Jackson's hard work pays off on the Eventing Ireland circuit and in young event horse classes
On a day dominated by female riders, Trevor Smith struck for the men when landing Section B of the CNC* on Bachelor, previously owned and ridden by Colin Halliday.
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