Treo Eile is proud to be Sponsored by Tattersalls Ireland for the Tattersalls Ireland / Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series 2023. Tattersalls Ireland and Treo Eile are both dedicated to promoting the development and re-training of thoroughbreds and the Showing Pathway Series 2023 is an exciting opportunity to showcase the potential of former racehorses as successful riding horses.
The Showing Pathway Series 2023 which incorporates eight qualifiers, will commence on Saturday May 20, with the final on Sunday September 3. The following Shows have been confirmed and provide a good geographical range, which includes the Tattersalls Ireland July Show.
|Sat May 20||Sceilig Showing Festival, Cork|
|Sat May 27||Glandoran Island Summer Show, Wexford|
|Sat June 17||Mullingar Show, Westmeath|
|Sun July 2||Clonmel Show, Tipperary|
|Sat July 8||Ardrahan Show, Galway|
|Tues/Wed July 18 – 19||Tattersalls Ireland July Show, Meath|
|Sat July 22||Randox Antrim Agricultural Show, Antrim|
|Sat August 26||Iverk Show, Kilkenny|
|Sun September 3||Royal Meath Show, Meath (FINAL)|
Commenting on the sponsorship, Tattersalls Ireland CEO Simon Kerins said:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Treo Eile for the Showing Pathway Series 2023. This sponsorship aligns perfectly with our mission to support all aspects of the bloodstock industry and it is very important to us that we support racehorses following their career on the racecourse. This sponsorship in Ireland perfectly complements Tattersalls sponsorship of the Tattersalls/RoR Thoroughbred Show Horse Series which Tattersalls has sponsored in Britain since 2005. We are confident that this series will provide a fantastic platform for the successful transition of former racehorses into successful riding horses, and we look forward to seeing some of our graduates excel at their new careers in the showing ring.”
Treo Eile’s Caoimhe Doherty, said:
“Treo Eile is thrilled to partner with Tattersalls Ireland to launch the Showing Pathway Series 2023. Tattersalls has a long-standing, supportive relationship with RoR in the UK and we are delighted they are following that through to Ireland, extending their commitment to racehorse aftercare. We look forward to seeing many retired racehorses turn out for this prestigious series and we hope they all enjoy a fun and successful showing season.”