Randox Health Cross Country Clinic Report

Treo Eile held our very first thoroughbred Cross Country clinic, made possible by the generous sponsorship of Randox Health. The response was overwhelming, with all spots filling up within a blink of an eye.

Our host for the day was none other than Sally Corscadden, a HSI Level 3 Coach, who welcomed us to her charming Grange Farm. With her enthusiasm and expertise, Sally guided attendees through the all the elements of cross country riding.

L-R: Lorna Flanagan & Never Back Down, Alison Casserly & Remember Gentle Jack, Sally Corscadden, Caroline O’Brien & Champagne Sparkles, Ann Hannify & Five O’Clock
L-R: Charlene Fitzpatrick & Shindilla, Sally Corscadden, Rebecca McIntyre & Chubi Chekker, Paige Youngsen & Elusive Elegance
L-R: Annie O’Neill & Oiche, Sally Corscadden, Laura Tierney & Oscar Encore, Jamie Buckley & Woodland Opera

Split into three groups, the day kicked off with an introduction to cross country group for horses who may not have any experience in this area. Against the backdrop of what really was the first “real” spring day, ten spirited horses and riders attended, with each one finishing their lesson with a smile on their face – horses and riders!

Under the warm sun and clear skies, each horse seemed to come alive, gaining confidence with every jump. It was a joy to witness these magnificent animals reveling in their newfound skills, a true testament to their adaptability and spirit.

A heartfelt thank you goes out to Randox Health for their steadfast support, which continues to make events like these possible. Their dedication to equine health mirrors our own commitment to providing enriching experiences for both horses and riders alike.

We eagerly anticipate the next clinic where we welcome Gerald Bloomer for a dressage clinic in Greenogue Equestrian. Details can be found here – places are full but if you would like to be put on the waitlist send an email to


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