SPLENDID SHOWJUMPING IN THE SUNSHINE ON DAY THREE OF MILLSTREET INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW
Record crowds have been enjoying superb weather conditions and top-class International showjumping on the opening days of the 2012 Millstreet International Horse Show.
Since Sunday afternoon, over 1,200 horses have been arriving in the Co. Cork town; travelling from across the country and following the return to International status for the first time in 12 years, riders from 6 different nations have also made the journey. Foreign visitors include … read the full article in Stable to Stable Magazine
A few blog photos from Hughes Horse Stud who are in Millstreet for the week. This is what it’s all about …
… William Whitaker gave Britain its second feature win in as many days at Millstreet International Horse Show yesterday, but Alexander Butler also laid down a marker ahead of tomorrow’s €50,000 grand prix. Whitaker and the nine-year-old Fandango were … read the full article in the Irish Examiner (11-Aug)
… For a show that has had its fair share of ups and downs in the past few years, Millstreet International CSI *** has bounced back this year to host a show reminiscent of the wonder years in Co. Cork. The international flavour has returned, no doubt enticed by the substantial prize money on offer …read the full article on HeyHorse.ie
Shane Breen was best of an Irish-dominated class with a second place in the HSI-sponsored Millstreet Masters jump-off class at Millstreet’s international show in Co. Cork today … Read the full article on RTÉ Sport