Results for the Louisburgh Horse Show - Saturday 26th June 2010

© Louisburgh Horse Show Society 2010

LOUISBURGH SHOW JUMPING


Horses, 90cms – Divided between Sean Lenehan’s Hillside De Reve (Sean Lenehan); Sean Lenehan’s Hillside Puisance Special (Sean Lenehan); Michael Tighe’s Lynskey Lass (Jessica Tighe); Ita McDermott’s The Emoe Lass (Ita McDermott);  Lucille Ryan O’Shea’s Signet (Catherine Ryan); Gerard O’Boyle’s Battle Star Two (Matt Gordon).

1m – Divided between Ita McDermott’s The Emoe Lass (Ita McDermott); Michael Tighe’s Lynskey Lass (Jessica Tighe); Christopher Cunney’s My Irish Movita (Shane Quinn); Paddy Corcoran’s Lough Arrow Diamond (Hannah Gordon); Leo Carey’s Cruising for Chics (Jonathan Gordon); Pat Kearns’ Castlelawn Splendid (Gabriel Slattery Jnr); Viola Fitzgerald’s Carlton Rolex (Viola Fitzgerald); Michael Gilvarry’s Littlewood Lancer (Gabriel Slattery Jnr); Brendan Malone’s Tubbertelly Sundancer (Lyndsay Brennan); Aoife Noone’s Bill Clinton (Jonathan Gordon); Leo Carey’s Mister Cruise (Jonathan Gordon); William Brady’s Crocketstown Cruise (Vincent Howley).

1.10m – 1, Gabriel Slattery Jnr’s Castlelawn Kannan (Gabriel Slattery Jnr); 2, Liam Cawley’s Wakelys Knight of Cydonia (Carol Cawley); 3, Ita McDermott’s Emoe Bailey (Ita McDermott); 4, John Philbin’s Carramore Oasis (John Philbin); 5, Donnacha Quinn’s Green Forest Clover (Shane Quinn); 6, Donnacha Quinn’s Suir Safari (Ita McDermott).

1.20m – 1, Gabriel Slattery Jnr’s Castlelawn Kannan (Gabriel Slattery Jnr); 2, John Philbin’s Carramore Oasis (John Philbin); 3, Matt Gordon’s Arman (Matt Gordon); 4, Matt Gordon’s Lissadell Joy (Matt Gordon); 5, Frank Gordon’s The Dream Master (Shane Quinn); 6, Donnacha Quinn’s Suir Safari (Ita McDermott).

Ponies, Newcomers – Divided between Peadar Flynn’s Ballyskeagh Ginger (David Flynn); Seamus Walsh’s My Mini Me (Caoimhe Walsh); Padraic O’Malley’s Wise Maid (Brian O’Malley).

128cms (70cms) – Divided between Padraic Corcoran’s Cloncrane Polly (Adam Corcoran); Paddy Sweeney’s Beeson’s Champ (Taylor Sweeney); Niall Carey’s Foxy Cracker (Nadine Carey).

128cms (80cms) – Divided between Padraic Corcoran’s Cloncrave Polly (Adam Corcoran); Noel Garrett’s Rosslayne Lavender Blue (Ciaran Nallon); Anne Sweeney’s Woodpark True Blue (Taylor Sweeney); Cara Kelly’s Aghaderg Stepping Delight (Louise Mahon); Padraic O’Malley’s Derrymore Lucky Lad (Jason O’Malley); Paddy Sweeney’s Beeson’s Champ (Taylor Sweeney); Downey Sweeney’s Cric Du Croi (Luke Sweeney); Seamus Walsh’s My Mini Me (Ciaran Nallon).

128cms (90cms) – 1, Niall Carey’s Saynothing (Denise Hopkins);  2, Seamus Walsh’s My Mini Me (Ciaran Nallon); 3, Paddy Sweeney’s Beeson’s Champ (Taylor Sweeney); 4, Downey Sweeney’s Cric Du Croi (Luke Sweeney); 5, Niall Carey’s Wee Jack (Lee Carey); 6, Anne Sweeney’s Woodpark True Blue (Taylor Sweeney).

138cms (90cms) – Divided between Margaret Hopkins’s Deelside Dora (Daren Hopkins); Ann Staunton’s Jhonny Be Good (Charlie Staunton); Siobhan Hughes’ Bunlahy Girl (Jason Sweeney).

138cms (1m) – 1, Tom Mahon’s Redsail Daisy (Rachel Mahon); 2, Luke Gibbons Snr’s Atomic Bomb (Luke Gibbons Jnr); 3, Anne Sweeney’s Cappuccino IV (Jason Sweeney); 4, Margaret Hopkins’ The Kerry Man (Daren Hopkins); 5, Padraig Howley’s Sligo Lux to Queeney (Luke Corcoran); 6, Tom Mahon’s Farnaharpy Black Diamond (Jennifer Mahon).

148cms (90cms) – Divided between Paddy Corcoran’s Deel River Copper (Luke Corcoran); Tom Mahon’s Ballyknocker Jewel (Rachel Mahon); Michael Burke Snr’s Pit Willow (Michael Burke Jnr).

148cms (1m) – Divided between Margaret Tighe’s Scarthy Golden (Jessica Tighe); Michael Burke Snr’s Pit Willow (Michael Burke Jnr); Anne Sweeney’s Lenny Kravitz (Joseph Sweeney).


REPORT FROM THE DAY’S JUMPING

The quality of jumping at the Louisburgh Show was once again outstanding for the fourth year running.  The more experienced jumpers reported it as some of the best ground they had ever jumped on.  Gabriel Slattery was victorious in both the 1.10m and the 1.20m aboard his own Castlelawn Kannan.  The 1.20m class drew a large enthusiastic crowd and there was great excitement when local rider, John Philbin, came home second on his own Carramore Oasis by Appraisal.

In the pony arena it was nail-biting stuff and the crowd’s cheers were encouraged by the judge/commentator, Noel Coleman, and the Crossmolina/Ballina contingent.


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