Come and join us on Sunday November 6th next for “adult camp”. ¬†The centre will be dedicated to you and your horses for the day. ¬†Bring your own horse or pick your favorite Clonshire horse to be yours for the day. It will be educational and above all fun!
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Clonshire Equestrian Centre is proud to be hosting a stage of the Hoofprints Interschools Showjuming League on Sunday October 30th next.
In the run up to the competition Dan Foley will be holding a number of training clinics. ¬†These can be held by school or level of rider (novice/open).
For further information please contact Tess at (061) 396770 or (087)2960054 or at email@example.com
Well the summer is over for another year and we never did get the great weather predicted but we cant complain as the grass was great so our horses were happy. We had some lovely guests again this year and we hope that they all enjoyed their stay with us. ¬†Our truly international traveler Maddie was back with us again and was as lovely as ever. ¬†We also had the lovely Julia who is in the photo come back for her fifth year, so we must be doing something right!
We also had a number of lovely French girls who came back to us for the third time, Lauren & Ophiele and Tom came to us twice this year!
There were lots of new friends made this summer also with guests from Spain, Italy and America as well as the Irish of course.
The Foley family have been out eventing all summer and enjoyed success with Blue Cheese, Leroy, Loxley, Lorcan and Robbie.
The new stables and indoor are making life much easier on us all, especially the livery owners:) – I even went out competing this summer.
For fans of Bruno, Clodagh took him for his first dressage test and he scored just over 60% not bad at all for a first timer.
Michelle Murnane and Nero had a great summer with lots of rosettes for both of them. ¬†This is a great team and they won the dressage on August 28th here. ¬†They were in the ribbons with the dressage all summer and Michelle also rode in the SJI showsA very successful summer for Michelle on both Nero and Voltaire. ¬†Well done!
Ellen and Katie Haines had a very successful summer also, they did very well on the showing scene, eventing, jumping and dressage! ¬†Shelly and Flash have gone home for a well earned break now.
Well thats most of our summer in a nutshell – if any of you have any information you would like us to add to our blog, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is that time of year again, back to school, settling into a routine, well you wont feel it until its midterm break and interschools showjumping time in Clonshire!
Dan will be holding training clinics for individuals and teams and to arrange training with Dan, please contact the office on (061) 396770 or email email@example.com
Clonshire will be running a number of two day intensive residential BHS Stage 3 exam preparation riding programs between now and the end of November. ¬†These will run as follows;
Arrive Monday evening and stay on site at the centre.
8am Tuesday breakfast
9am Assessment lesson
12.30 ¬† ¬†Lunch
2pm Showjumping lesson
3.30pm Cross country lesson
8.15pm Showjumping lesson
9am Wednesday breakfast
12pm Showjumping lesson
1pm ¬† ¬† Lunch
2.15 Cross country lesson
For further information please contact Tess on (061)396770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
An interactive evening to discuss various outlets for horses:
- Jack Doyle, International Rider, Coach and HSI Inspector
- Maurice Coleman, Producer/Trader and HSI Inspector
- Teagasc Equine Team
Starts at 7pm
For more details please contact:
Clonshire Equestrian Centre will be adding an extra day to their BHS Stage 1 & 2 Training Course which will be starting on Wednesday March 23rd.
There will be an additional ‚ÄúMock Exam‚ÄĚ to be held on Saturday May 7th There is no charge those on the course. Those who would like to come for that day only; there will be limited spaces available costing ‚ā¨60.00 per person.
For further information please contact Tess at
Monday April 18th to Friday May 5th
Arrive at 9.45am and put your gear in the canteen and go down to the stables where you will be given your pony.
Full day camp 9.45am to 4pm
There are three riding lessons during the course of the day as well as stable management.
Half day or mini camp 9.45am to 1pm
There are two riding lessons during the morning and pony care.
Parents who need to drop children off earlier or collect children later need to arrange this with the office at the time of booking.