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Jan 18 2016

William (Billy) Vance RIP

The Connemara Pony Breeders' Society are sorry to hear of the passing of renowned huntsman William Vance (Billy) Here Billy is hunting on his mare Sonnet (by: Tabragh) Billy owned the Connemara stallion Tabragh and was out hunting on his Sonnet the weekend before his...

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Council Meeting Report

The CPBS Council convened for its first meeting of 2016 yesterday in Ballinasloe. It was agreed to include Health and Safety on every Council meeting agenda in future. The main part of the meeting was devoted to forming sub committees and assigning roles and responsibilities...

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SÚIL SIAR

As 2015 draws to a close it is fitting to review the year’s highlights. The E.G.M. that put in place the new Memorandum and Articles was the big success of the early summer. This was followed by a successful annual show in August where the...

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Don’t swim in the sea

Hey guys. If all those humanoids are putting their feet up (all two of them) why shouldn't we? Equality Fraternity and all that! So have a break all you colts and fillies. Enjoy yourselves, but for God sake, and this a real neigh neigh, don't...

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Nollaig Shona

The CPBS wishes all it's members and Connemara Pony lovers everywhere a happy and peaceful Christmas. As we provide food and shelter for the ponies, lets spare a thought for the unfortunate homeless and refugees who are without either. Nollaig Shona....

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Christmas Weekend Report

The Connemara Pony Breeders’ Society hosted a Christmas weekend in Ballinasloe last weekend. On Saturday a colt foal and a filly foal class took place in Creagh Equestrian Centre. The colt foal class was won by Woodford Diamond (by Kilmore Diamond) owned by Gayle Farrell...

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Education Conference

Yesterdays educational conference provided the CPBS with a host of facts and figures which will certainly impact on its policies in the coming years. There is good news on the inbreeding coefficient in that it hasn't increased in the last ten years and remains at an average...

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