Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show 2012
The Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show 2012 is taking place from August 15th – 19th.
It is a famous Dublin institution which shows off Irish Horse Breeding and top class National and International Showjumping.
The Nations Cup will feature Ireland competing against the top show jumping countries in the world. Competitions during the week include the Power & Speed Championship, the Land Rover Puissance, The Longines International Grand prix and the Hunt Chase. The Show is guaranteed to be a great week of exciting action.
The Dublin Horse Show will be attended by tens of thousands of people. One of the highlights of the event, Blossom Hill Ladies Day, will be taking place August 16th – to enter all you have to do is purchase a general admission ticket and show up on the day looking gorgeous!
Frenchman, Jean-François Pignon and Camargue ponies are due to take centre stage, with demonstrations twice a day as part of the entertainment programme.Jean-Francois Pignon has become a phenomenon with his amazing skills of horsemanship. He will demonstrate the understanding that can exist between man and horse through a acts and acrobatics in the Main Arena during this year’s show.
There will be a wide range of consumer goods on show including fashion wear, millinery, equestrian clothing, wines and confectionery.
The RDS National Crafts and Student Art winners Exhibition will be held during the show, with the prize winning pieces and works on display. The popular Kids Zone returns this year and the entertainment includes pony rides, face painting, bouncing castles and a fun playground. Billy Bubbles returns to the band lawn this year with his magic show.
For further information and online ticket booking visit – www.dublinhorseshow.com
Ticketmaster booking line:
Telephone:(0818) 719 300 International: +353 818 719 300
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