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From a starting field of 18 nations in Friday's first round, Ireland qualified for the decider which was hailed as championship-level competition at its best. Cameron Hanley opened with five faults from Antello Z, while Denis Lynch and All Star
20 January 2013 Germany’s Christian Ahlmann showed exactly why he holds No. Jumping World Rankings when trouncing the opposition in the ninth leg of the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Western European League series at Leipzig, Germany today.
Monday January 14 2013 Irish riders were in sparkling form at four major international fixtures over the weekend. Denis Lynch was eighth with Twister S in Saturday's Speed and Handiness class at the 5-Star fixture in Basel, Switzerland, and produced
Monday December 03 2012 Top seeds Wesley Patterson and Alan Whyte were the clear winners of the FIA Appendix K category of the Killarney Historic Car Rally at the weekend, with their Escort finishing more than four minutes ahead of the crowd-pleasing
Friday November 23 2012 Denis Lynch got off to a strong start at the Global Champions Tour Final in Abu Dhabi when finishing second and ninth in the two opening events. Riding the speedy gelding Night Train, the Tipperary man was pipped at the post
Monday October 08 2012 Billy Twomey and Shane Breen brought the Irish tally to three wins at the Horse of the Year Show in Birmingham on Saturday. Twomey steered the nine-year-old bay mare Wings Sublieme to top the Thistledown Stakes, pipping French
The British-based Tipperary man, who was was just pipped for the speed honours on Thursday, clinched the Catalan Cup yesterday with Balloon, before his victory with Ominerale Courcelle in the Speed Final. On Saturday, Conor Swail won the Speed event
Sunday August 12 2012 Is it just me or did Cian O'Connor not get anything like the proper credit for his bronze medal? Most of the comment on the rider's third place in the showjumping event seemed lukewarm at best and even begrudging in some
Story Years ago, horsemen would have a spotter rap the horse's legs as it cleared a jump in warmup sessions, with the thought that the horse would be more careful the next time, in the ring, when it counted. Putting abrasive substances inside a horse'
Sunday July 22 2012 There was a time when it seemed failure was hardwired into our souls. Not any more, writes John O'Brien IF you needed a measure of how far Irish sport has travelled over the past few years, the National Stadium 12 days ago wasn't