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St Joseph's in Trim to benefit from Ballivor Horse Show

Monday, 2nd June, 2014 3:45pm
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St Joseph's in Trim to benefit from Ballivor Horse Show
St Joseph's in Trim to benefit from Ballivor Horse Show

International jumper, Ballivor native Gerard Clarke and Nicky with Eileen Shanley and other residents of St Josephs, Trim, welcoming the launch of The Ballivor Horse Show in Association with St Joseph's in Trim, which will take place on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th June next just outside Ballivor on the Kinnegad Road. There will be numerous jumping competitions including a Grand Prix for the top riders in the country. There will also be horse and pony showing classes during the show. The show has been running for over 40 years and has made a major contribution to Show Jumping riders and horses in Ireland, including international competitors. Photo:Barry Cronin

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