Cathal Daniels

Hometown: Callatra, Loughrea, Galway

Competes for: Ireland

Notable Achievements: Individual Gold and Team Gold at European Pony Eventing Championships with Master Murrose in Fontainebleau 2012, First place with Rioghan Rua at Tattersalls CNCJ2* 2013, Team Gold at the European Junior Eventing Champions 2013 with Rioghan Rua in Har.

Current String of Horses: Camee, Kilrodan Queen B, Mister Brightside and Rioghan Rua.

Biography: Cathal has represented his country twice at international level and has three gold medals under his belt. 

In 2008, he took over the ride of the family's pony, Master Murrose, previously ridden by his older sister Regina.

In 2012, the pair made the Irish Pony Eventing Team which travelled to the European Eventing Championships in Fontainebleau in France, where they had an excellent performance, bringing home both Individual and Team Gold.

The 2013 season brought lots of new owners and horses including the very talented young mare, Rioghan Rua, owned by Margaret and Frank Kinsella.  Cathal and Rua had a very successful year, winning her first ever two star competition at only six years old.

Later that year, Cathal and Rioghan Rua were selected for the Junior Eventing European Championships where they won Team Gold.

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Cathal Daniels - Tatts Review

04 June 2014

Cathal Daniels - Tatts Review

One of the highlights of the Irish eventing calendar is Tattersalls International Horse Trials, my preparation for it started months ago in the cold and wet winter. Everything went fairly well and I was lucky to have three horses going to Tatts: Mister Brightside and Camee in the CCIJ* and Rioghan…

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From Ratoath to Hong Kong Plaza Shanghai

03 June 2014

From Ratoath to Hong Kong Plaza Shanghai

What a weekend of glorious Irish sunshine. Congratulations to all the competitors, organisers, exhibitors and spectators that made Tattersalls 2014 such a huge success. The Connolly's RED MILLS under 25 title went to Millie Dumas who added second in the CIC*** to her podium tally for the weekend. 

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