Baylin, Athlone, Co Westmeath
Athlone Agricultural show equine section continuous to grow each year, and stands as one of the top agricultural shows in the country.
This year we are delighted to have Jim Derwin Equestrian and International Horse Dealer as one of our Major Sponsors for the Show this year.
With a superb sponsorship package of all Working Hunter Classes for both Horses and Ponies all sponsored by Jim and Team.
Jim, Jen, James and Jack along with the team who are already off the mark when it comes to qualifying for Dublin 2018.
Ramiro De Classe has qualified in the 4yr olds.
James has qualified for 128cm Class with his pony Ballyknock Master Roan.
Well know ‘Deep Pockets’ who needs no introduction, a horse with great success with Jim and Team another coming through is ‘Check you Pockets’ who recently placed 2nd at the Mullingar International Event over the weekend.
With an amazing variety of top quality horses and ponies Jim and team are sure to have the one for you.
Thanks again to all the team for your generous sponsorship for the show which takes place Sunday 24th June
We also cater for all equine aspects including in-hand broodmares, both Sport horse & Irish Draught. To Young stock classes, also featuring horse’s and ponies. Ridden & In-hand Connemara classes, working hunter for horse’s and ponies. A number of Dublin horse show qualifiers including the Breeders Championship, side saddle championship qualifier. Another of our highlights is our ever-popular family pony section, which never fails to attract high entries.
The aim of Athlone Agricultural Show Equine section is to have competitors and spectators leaving the show with great memories of Athlone 2018 & looking forward to 2019.
Sponsored by Pat Reddington carpets, The Zipyard Athlone, Furever Pets
Starting 1pm sharp
Entry fee: €3.00 per class.
Entries on field, we have two rings one for small dog and one for large dog entries.
Prizes: Trophies and rosettes for 1st 2nd and 3rd
Overall winner in small and large breed cups and rosettes
Winner of the overall small breed this year will be presented with the Ellen Devery perpetual cup.