Retraining

Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series Qualifier Midleton Show

Despite challenging weather conditions, the first of eight qualifiers for the Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series took place at the Midleton Agricultural Show in Ballindenisk last Sunday. The series highlights Tattersalls Ireland’s continuing support for the aftercare of racehorses. The high standard of horses presented on the day was praised by judges Bernie

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Randox Health Flatwork & Showing Clinic Report

With the showing season starting to  kick off it was the perfect time to have another showing clinic to help our thoroughbreds on their journeys in their second career.  On Wednesday evening 14 thoroughbreds made their way to Emerald Equestrian Centre, where they were met by Joanne Quirke.  There were four groups which catered for

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Randox Health Dressage & Showing Clinic Report

The fifth Randox Health Clinic of the year took place at the weekend in Maryville Stables, Co Cork. Rosemarie Ahern O’Gorman, Performance Dressage Coach BHSI and successful Showhorse Producer, took charge on the day. With lessons from introduction to flatwork right up to preparation for Open Showing Classes there was something for everyone available on

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Randox Health Dressage Clinic Report

We had a wonderful turnout at out Dressage and Flatwork Clinic at Greenogue Equestrian Centre. HSI Level 3 Coach Gerald Bloomer coached five semi-private lessons. Gerald focused on getting riders to get there horses working in a relaxed rhythm in all three paces. The first groups were focused on the initial stages of flatwork for

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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

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Feeding for a Balanced Temperment

Feeding for a balanced temperament brought to you by Nicole Groyer, Nutritionist at Connolly’s Red Mills Although diet alone cannot change your horse’s actual temperament, it can have a significant effect on their behaviour. This article will focus on how we can optimise the diet of excitable, anxious or ‘stressy’ horses. Protein – Friend or

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Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series 2024

Press Release    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

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Randox Health Dressage & Flatwork Clinic

Randox Health and Treo Eile are delighted to present our upcoming Dressage Clinic featuring HSI Level 3 Coach, Gerald Bloomer! The clinic will take place at Greenogue Equestrian on the 9th May, starting at 4pm. The lessons will be in groups of two at will cater for all levels of thoroughbreds in their different stages.  Whether

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Randox Health Show-Jumping Clinic

  The second Randox Health Ireland Clinic of 2024 took place on in Tipperary Equestrian Centre.  There were four group lessons available with Tomás Ryan with a focus on Show Jumping.  The clinic was completely full and the sun even managed to shine!  There were 13 participants divided up between the four lessons. Each group

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Connolly’s RED MILLS & Treo Eile Webinar Series.

Treo Eile and Connolly’s RED MILLS are thrilled to announce the launch of “The Feed Scoop” webinar series. This educational series will connect thoroughbred owners and riders, with members of the Connolly’s RED MILLS Expert Nutrition Team who will offer practical advice and insights.   About Connolly’s RED MILLS Generations ago, Connolly’s RED MILLS produced

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