Dualla 2DE Co.Tipperary 4th & 5th August

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Dualla 2 Day Event. Co.Tipperary 4th & 5th August.

Organisors: –  Don Walsh & Michael Ryan & “Team”
Entries to Michael – Mob: 00353(0)866014782 by Tuesday 31st July.

Directions: M1 to Dublin -Join M50, — at Junction 9 take N7 /M7 -(The N7 becomes the M7)-  at Junction 19 (M7) take M8 – at Junction 6 (M8) Turn of for the village Horse & Jockey. At “T” Juntion, Turn Right  Drive about 2 miles past Stud farm & first left for Dualla. Follow signs for Event.

 

Waringstown RQ & Club Champs..Results & Pictures

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Waringstown 2DE – 28th & 29th July. Regional Qualifier & Club Championships.
by kind permission of  – Mr. & Mrs. Michale Harnett.
Orginisers: NICDA. 
P.O.J.                 Joyce Simpson.
T.D.                     Lewis Black
Course Builder    Billy McCombe
Safety Advisor     Eddie Dash
Judges…Sarah Mullins, Joyce Simpson, Ivor Haper, & Clare Fitzsimmons

All Classes £50….Juniors £25
Start Fees apply to Athletes wishing to qualify for BC Championship, Payable to BC.

Entries to Christine Wright Mob. +44(0)7510 599 197
Email.    mordi2879@yahoo.co.uk

Closing Date for entries – Saturday 21st July

Friday night Reception and Briefing.
2 Dressage Arenas, Cones Start 3PM Saturday.

Saturday Night Supper & Music, Please get your Tickets Early to help estimate numbers. Adults £10  —  under 12yrs £5
No Stables, Padock with caution, stay back from “Course”
NB. Parking field opens at 2PM Friday…

Waringstown Village, between Lurgan & Banbridge. On the banbridge side of waringstown turn into the Clare Road. abour 600 mts turn into gateway on the right (signposted) .

Tribute from Gordon Bell to Sam Pentland…

Marion Pentland is a former Chairman of NICDA and she and Sam and their son Matthew not only organised Driving Trials, helped by their many friends, but Sam drove in them as well with Matthew as Groom. They had a friend called Billy Gaw who drove a cob for  them and together they had many successes.

     As a team they filled many roles, were highly respected and passed their enthusiasm on to others in Crossgar, Saintfield and Carryduff. Only recently Sam was seen supporting an event.

     For all those who knew and enjoyed Sam’s good company he will be missed. Happy memories of him survive and we extend our deepest sympathy to Marion, Matthew and all other members of Sam’s family.