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Summer pony camps at Claremorris Equestrian Centre

A warm welcome awaits you at Claremorris Equestrian Centre where all standards and abilities are catered for, from the complete beginner to the budding international.

New festival announced for Moate and Midlands

Moate Action Group has announced details of a new festival for Moate and the Midlands - Ireland’s Heartlands Heritage Festival - set to run from November 12 to 19.

One Horse Pony - a very Irish take on the blues

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THEY COME from Ireland, France, and Poland, they play highly charged, original, acoustic blues. They are One Horse Pony, and they play the Róisín Dubh's upstairs bar this Saturday at 9pm.

A massive celebration of rural life and agriculture at the Bonniconlon Show

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All roads will be leading to Bonniconlon this August Bank Holiday Monday (August 3) when the small village is transformed into one of the biggest showgrounds in the country for the annual show and gymkhana.

Continuing the Connemara Pony family tradition

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Bartley O’Sullivan’s great granddaughter returns to the west for the famous Connemara Pony Breeders Show currently taking place in Clifden.

Land Rover sponsors Roundstone Champions Pony Show

This weekends sees the return of the All-Ireland Supreme Champion of Champions to Roundstone. This much anticapated event is a highlight in the year for all Connemara Pony breeders and enthusiasts. This year it is proudly sponsored by Land Rover and their local dealer Bradley Landrover on the Dublin Road, Galway.

Connemara Pony Festival continues this weekend

The Connemara Pony Festival, now in its 90th year, continues this weekend in Clifden, including a world record attempt by equestrian Susan Oakes.

Connemara Pony Festival continues this weekend

The Connemara Pony Festival, now in its 90th year, continues this weekend in Clifden, including a world record attempt by equestrian Susan Oakes.

International success for Knockmore rider

Eleven year old Ciaran Nallon, Ballylodge Stables, Knockmore, has won two gold medals representing Ireland in a two-week period.

From Rosmuc to London — how the Connemara ponies made their debut 100 years ago

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In 1912, Michael O’ Malley brought his two ponies, Irish Dragoon and Eileen Alannah to Olympia in London. He did this in order to highlight the plight and potential of his beloved Connemaras. This was the first time that Connemaras were seen on the international stage . After another 11 years of Michael's passionate prompting and letter writing, it eventually led to the foundation in December 1923, of the Connemara Pony Breeders’ Society.

 

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