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Announcement

Let’s Talk Equine

The Connemara Pony Breeders’ Society are joining forces with Teagasc for the next series of Let’s Talk Equine webinars. Denise Norton ( Edenmist Stud) and Grace Maxwell Murphy (Gleann Rua Stud) will be chatting to Wendy Conlon (Teagasc) on Breeding and Producing Connemara Ponies for Today’s Market.   The webinars are broadcast using Zoom so participants will have an opportunity to submit questions during the live broadcast.   To register for the event please click on the link www.teagasc.ie/letstalkequine   Don’t miss this opportunity to join in and hear what these two well-known breeders, producers and...

CPBS Office Hours Notice – Public Access

The CPBS Office will re-open to the public on Wednesday 1st July for a limited time each morning (Monday to Friday) 9.30 to 11.30am. A temporary desk will be situated at the entrance to the office building and operated as per government guidelines. Visitors are asked to observe the 2m rule and be respectful of all people in the vicinity. Your queries will be dealt with as quickly and efficiently as possible.   We look forward to welcoming you again....

CPBS cancellation of the 97th Annual Connemara Pony Show 2020

Following recommendations from the Irish Shows’ Association and due to ongoing concerns regarding the continuing impact of the coronavirus, the Connemara Pony Breeders’ Society announced with great regret earlier in May the cancellation of the planned 97th Annual Connemara Pony Show due to have been held at the Showgrounds in Clifden from August 19th to 22nd. This is the first time in the history of the Society that the Annual Show has been cancelled since the foundation of the Society in 1923, the first show being held at Roundstone in 1924....