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Connolly’S RED MILLS continue Spring Tour Sponsorship

Created on 02 February 2018

The Showjumpers Club are delighted to announce that Connolly’s RED MILLS have continued their long standing Sponsorship of the Spring Tour which gets underway again this year at JAG Equestrian Centre on February 11th. This is the fifth year of Sponsorship and support from the Kilkenny based Feed Company. 

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RED MILLS riders take the Liverpool limelight

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 03 January 2018

RED MILLS riders take the Liverpool limelight
The Liverpool International Horse Show proved to be a very successful one for our RED MILLS showjumpers. Back for its third year, the show hosted a series of world class showjumping alongside some spectacular acts and live music. 

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RED MILLS Florida Diary

Written by Carolina Arbelaez on 22 December 2017

RED MILLS Florida Diary
It’s been a busy few weeks since we wrapped-up the well anticipated Holiday and Horses CSI4* at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Centre in Wellington, where RED MILLS riders could be seen in just about every ring. 
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RED MILLS Riders amongst Showjumping’s Elite at Olympia

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 19 December 2017

RED MILLS Riders amongst Showjumping’s Elite at Olympia
Olympia, The London International Horse Show is the last major CSI5* to take place before Christmas. Riders from all around the globe gathered in London from the 12th to 18th December for a week of fantastic competitions including FEI World Cup Dressage, Driving and Showjumping.
 
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Assessing your horse’s body condition score regularly is a very useful tool when analysing your horses health. This is particularly important at times of the year where some horses’ are prone to sudden weight gain (summer) and weight loss (winter). 

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