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26/07/2021

Granard Horse Show

Show held in Eddie Macken Arena at Granard Sports Complex in aid of Midlands V.I.V.A. was a good day for some of the local riders.

Show held in Eddie Macken Arena at Granard Sports Complex in aid of Midlands V.I.V.A. was a good day for some of the local riders.

80cms horses won by M Molloy Springhill Holly ridden by Eamon Molloy with only 2 clear rounds in the competition.

90cms horses divided between Tom Whyte Ardagh Frenchie; Roisin Fagan Pockantus; Mickey Kelly Cruise Bison; Derek McCoppin Agh Whiterock Cruise Down; Susan McDonald Kinard Cocoa at Night; Lisa Noble Texas Lucas.

1m horses divided Susan McDonald Kinard Cocoa at Night; Laura Reynolds Codgrange Mustard; Tom Whyte Ardagh Airborne; Derek McCoppin Whiterock Cruise Down; Sara Connaughton Ferguson; Susan McDonald Kinard Battina; Lisa Noble Texas Lucas; Derek McCoppin Captain Galloway; Christopher Whyte Pretty Boy.

1.10 metre horses 1st Derek McGoppin Cara Khan Do 00 49.50; 2nd Derek McCoppin Captain Galloway 00 51.46; 3rd Sara Connaughton Ferguson 00 57.62; 4th Laura Murphy Ballycollan Con 00 64.62.

1.20 metre 1st Annemarie Plass Malcolm of Orange 00 42.18; 2nd Derek McCoppin Zhan A 00 53.15. Derek McCoppin had a successful day with Anne Gannon’s young horses going very well on his return home after spending 2 years training & working in Hickstead where he also competed very successfully.

Ponies newcomers

Tadgh McKiernan Ballycurry Pinkie; May McKiernan Grattee Dolly; Edmond Igoe Casper in Colour.

128cm 70 Lewis Trenier Little Mint; Moya McKiernan Grattee Dolly; Tadgh McKiernan Newhaven Matilda.

138/148 80cms Nadia Molloy Tell Me a Fable.

138/148 90 Molly Kiernan Clygee Juniper; Nadia Molloy Tullybone Finlay.

138cms 1m Nadia Molloy Tell me a Fable.

148cm 1m div Edmond Igoe Knockcroghery Prince; Thomas Whyte Ardagh Bobby;Rebecca Yorke Letteragh Prancer

148 1.10 1st Rebecca Yorke Letteragh Prancer 34.52; 2nd Thomas Whyte Ardagh Bobby 43.44.

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