Irish Sport Horse Young Breeders National Competition prize winners announced

first_imgHome  »  General  »  Irish Sport Horse Young Breeders National Competition prize winners announced Tags: 4 November 2016, 11:38 The ISH Young Breeders National Competition took place at Teagasc Kildalton Agricultural College yesterday (Thursday November 3rd). The National Competition is jointly organised by the Irish Sport Horse Studbook and Teagasc where over 30 young breeders took part in the competition which involved a theory test, judging horses on gaits and loose jumping, assessing the conformation and presenting a horse in hand.Photo (l-r) Philip Scott, Norman Storey, Alison Corbally, Nicole Groyer, Becky Grimes, Kevin Finn, Patrick Hester, Wendy Conlon, Declan McArdle and Tiernan GillThe results of the National Competition will be used to form a panel from which the teams may be selected to represent the Irish Sport Horse Studbook in the 2017 WBFSH Young Breeders World Championship scheduled to be held in Calgary, Canada next July.center_img Photo (l-r) Patrick Hester, Philip Scott, Alison Corbally, Christine O’Donnell, George Hennessy, Maeve Farrell, Declan McArdle, Wendy Conlon, Norman Storey and Tiernan GillHorse Sport Ireland (HSI) would like to thank Teagasc and Kildalton College for hosting the event, and in particular the judges Tiernan Gill, Philip Scott, Patrick Hester and Norman Storey. HSI would also like to congratulate all the participants that took part and look forward to working with these young breeders in the future.Full Results:Senior Section – overall1st – Becky Grimes2nd – Nicole Groyer3rd – Kevin FinnConformation section1st – Nicole Groyer2nd – Miriam Burke3rd – Becky GrimesLoose movement section1st – Nicola McDonald2nd – Conor Wixted3rd -Miriam BurkeIn hand presentation section1st – Kevin Finn2nd – Vera O’ Callaghan3rd -Conor WixtedJunior Section – overall1st – Christine O’ Donnell2nd – George Hennessy3rd – Meave FarrellConformation section1st – David Browne2nd – George Hennessy3rd – Robin De PelsmaekerLoose movement section1st – Belle Walsh2nd – Rachel Kelly3rd – Meave FarrellIn hand presentation section1st – Christine O’ Donnell2nd – George Hennessy3rd – Meave Farrell Irish Sport Horse Young Breeders National Competition prize winners announced last_img read more

Monthly medal finds Avon calling

first_imgPSC golf from The Golf ClubMonday, July 30, Green Valley (White tees) – Monthly MedalA Flight1st Chaten Patel (11) 692nd John Emmerson (10) 70 We have seen many new faces and some old friends come back in the last week, just as the flow of the tides.  Dan Avon has played with us many times over the years, but not had much success in getting to the top of the podium.  That all changed this week with his double victory, and started with a fine 67 to win our Monthly Medal for July.  Don’t ask, he already has had his shirt made so look for Dan with his first medal star on a fresh Antigua white shirt!Chaten, John, Mick & Maysi, Keith, and Henry O after the round at Green Valley on Monday.Dan spoiled the chances of a certain gentleman from the Indian sub-continent by the name of Chaten Patel who vied for a 2-in-a-row medal win.  Not to be this time mate, Dan pipped you by two strokes so very nicely done anyway with that 69.We appreciate you guys coming out to join us and sincerely thank you for your support of The Golf Club.  We are having a 2-day Eclectic at Green Valley on the 20th-21st so sign up soon as space is limited.Wednesday, August 1,  Khao Kheow (Yellow Tees) – Stableford1st Dan Avon (12) 37pts2nd John Mulrooney (14) 36pts3rd Rich McPhatter (7) 33pts4th Mike Newbert (12) 33ptsYes, that is the same name in first place as on Monday.  Dan Avon did it again for a rare back to back victory to claim the top spot for the week.  Even with 2 shots cut, Dan had another great round and just beat out our Irish buddy John Mulrooney by one stroke for the win.Mulrooney is the reigning “Tour Caddy of the Year” as voted by fellow tour caddies and PGA Tour golfers and golf journalists as he bagged for Darren Clarke and their win at last year’s Open Championship.Rich McPhatter nudged out Mike Newbert on count back for third place with a couple of 33’s on their cards to round out the winners list for this week.  We are back here at Khao Kheow on Aug. 15 so drop by and sign up.  Thanks again guys, and keep it in the fairway!Note:  The Golf Club is located on Soi LK Metro.  We play on Monday, Wednesday and Friday so come join us for a seriously fun day out.  Just call 085 434 3377 or see our website www.golfclubpattaya. com and for more information mail us: pattaya4golf @gmail.com and see updates at www.facebook.com/golfclubpattaya. 3rd David Brannigan (8) 714th Don Bland (3) 72B Flight1st Dan Avon (14) 672nd Mick Beresford (17) 693rd Henry O’Brien (21) 694th Benny Hansen (25) 70The turnout for our Monthly Medal is getting better and better, and on this day there were 36 golfers who joined us for the July stroke play competition at Green Valley.  That’s a good number for this terrible low season, compounded by bar closures for local elections and holidays on the weekends.  It’s tough to make a buck when they don’t let you open the bar!last_img read more

VFL preview for season 2010

first_imgBy Paul PickeringA FORTNIGHT ago, Casey Scorpions coach Brad Gotch had every right to be buoyant about his side’s prospects…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Living safely in Cardinia

first_imgBy Jessica Anstice You could have heard a pin drop at the Embrace Ageing Forum held at the Cultural Centre in Pakenham on…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img