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Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series 2024

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Picture (l-r): Anne O’Connor (Treo Eile), Mary Lanigan (Tattersalls Ireland), Robbie Power (Tattersalls Ireland) and Caoimhe Doherty (Treo Eile) with four time Grade 1 and Gold Cup winner Sizing John

 

Tattersalls Ireland is thrilled to announce its continued sponsorship of the Tattersalls Ireland / Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series 2024. This partnership underscores our mutual dedication to promoting the development and retraining of thoroughbreds, showcasing their potential as successful riding horses.

The Showing Pathway Series 2024, comprising eight qualifiers, will commence on Sunday, May 26, culminating in the final qualifier on Sunday, September 1. We are pleased to confirm the lineup of shows, offering a diverse geographical spread, including the prestigious Tattersalls Ireland July Show.

Qualifiers Schedule: Sunday May 26 Midleton Show, Cork: Sunday June 2 Raheendaw Horse and Pony Show, Carlow: Saturday June 15 Mullingar Show, Westmeath: Sunday June 23 Enniskillen Horse and Pony Show, Fermanagh: Sunday July 7 Clonmel Show, Tipperary: Sunday July 14 Wicklow Show, Wicklow: Saturday July 27 Tattersalls Ireland July Show, Meath; Saturday August 24 Iverk Show, Kilkenny: Sunday September 1 Royal Meath Show, Meath (FINAL).

Commenting on the sponsorship, Tattersalls Ireland CEO Simon Kerins said:

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with Treo Eile for the Showing Pathway Series 2024. Working together for another year, this sponsorship reaffirms our commitment to supporting all aspects of the bloodstock industry. It was especially rewarding to witness the success of Tattersalls Ireland graduates like Sizing John in last year’s Showing Series, who continued to excel under the dedicated guidance of Kate Harrington beyond his racing career. We are confident that this series will once again provide an excellent platform for former racehorses to thrive in their new roles as riding horses.”

Caoimhe Doherty, representing Treo Eile, expressed: “Treo Eile is thrilled to join hands once again with Tattersalls Ireland for the 2024 Showing Pathway Series. Building upon the success of the 2023 series, we are eager to make this year even more remarkable. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Tattersalls Ireland for their unwavering commitment to racehorse aftercare, and we eagerly anticipate welcoming both new and returning participants to the shows this year.”

By nurturing the transition of former racehorses into successful show horses, this sponsorship embodies the shared values of Tattersalls Ireland and Treo Eile, promoting excellence and opportunity within the equestrian community.

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