Treo Eile x Flexi Eventing Series Final

Flexi Eventing Series Final at the Meadows Equestrian Centre. 
Congratulations to Holly Rice and Supreme Dream, winners of the highest placed Thoroughbred title at the Flexi Eventing Series Final! Supreme Dream is an eight-year-old British bred mare by Captain Gerard who finished third once from 19 runs on the flat from the age of two until she as four years old. She was trained by Ollie Pears and then by Shaun Harris.
Sixteen year old Holly, a member of the Iveagh Pony Club started eventing Supreme Dream last year.  The Baileys Horse Feeds sponsored league ran over 7 weeks earlier this year with over 550 competitors throughout the league. Holly finished on a score of 38 points and finished 15th overall. She also took 3rd place in the Irish Pony Club dressage league being held alongside.
🏆✨This early season victory echoes their impressive feats from the 2023 season where they soared to 4th place in the EI80 Grassroots Championships and secured a remarkable 2nd position in the Eventing Ireland National Championships.  🏆✨
              Holly Rice & Supreme Dream
We wish Holly and Supreme Dream the best of luck with the rest of their season!
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