Timahoe BBQ Ride
After the fabulous views of Mountshannon, we are off to Timahoe for our annual BBQ ride. This event is open to members and non members but we do need you to book in so we have enough burgers! If you could book in with the organiser by the 18th of June please. More details are on our calendar.
As anyone who has come to our Mountshannon Ride can attest, this is a beautiful venue that stretches from Clare into Galway, (and back again), for more details please check out the calendar.
Baunreagh BBQ Ride
Our next ride is a BBQ ride in Baunreagh, on the 26th of May. In order to organise the food for the day, we need everyone to book in by Sunday 19th of May.
So on the back of a successful marathon event, we return to the fabulous venue of Stradbally Hall on the 5th of May. This ride is held in conjunction with the IDHBA Laois Branch, where we take part in their overall event, running both our ride and a number of classes dedicated to the Irish Draught Breed, one of our most important native breeds. More details are on the calendar.
To finish is to win
After a wet but fun day in Inistoige, our next event is our marathon in Kinnity on the 28th of April. We will have both a 1/2 marathon and a full marathon on offer, for more details check out the calendar. All those who complete will receive a medal. The event is open to both members and non members so don’t waste this opportunity and book in quickly!! If you want to come along and do a shorter distance, we will also be offering trail rides on the day. You must book in by Sunday the 21st of April if you want to take part in the marathon, details on the calendar or pm us on facebook at Endurance Ireland.
Endurance Ireland is also thrilled to share our fantastic news, we were one of the finalists in the Irish Sport Horse Industry Awards 2019 Top Organisation Category, it is a great achievement for our club and to see the presentation, check out the video below. Unfortunately we didn’t win (this year!!) but we are delighted to have all of our hard work promoting the sport of Endurance and our innovative initiatives recognised. We would like to extend our thanks to Liam and Deirdre Geddes for their support.