Beezie Madden

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Team USA’s Margie Goldstein-Engle, Laura Kraut, Chef d’Equipe Robert Ridland, Beezie Madden and Jessica Springsteen claimed the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup at the opening round of the 2020 series at Deeridge Farm in Wellington. Photograph: Shannon Brinkman/FEI

Having shared the lead with Britain at the halfway stage, Ireland, the defending champions, finished a disappointing equal fifth in the opening round (...)

Judy Reynolds riding Vancouver K in Gothenburg, Sweden. Photograph: Pierre Costabadie/Icon Sport via Getty Images

Ireland’s Judy Reynolds qualified for Saturday’s Grand Prix freestyle to music when finishing 14th in Friday’s Grand Prix, the opening competition at (...)

Darragh Kenny and Classic Dream. Photograph: Sportfot

Ireland’s Darragh Kenny won Saturday night’s $134,000 Grand Prix in Wellington, Florida with the fastest double clear on his own and Ann Thompson’s Cl(...)

Jonty Evans and Cooley Rorkes Drift took the Grantham Cup. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Gloucestershire-based Jonty Evans became the first Irish rider to win the Grantham Cup when landing the featured CIC3* class at Belton Park in Lincoln(...)

USA’s Laura Kraut, Lillie Keenan, Lauren Hough and Beezie Madden celebrate winning the Nations’ Cup. Photograph: Inpho/Lorraine O’Sullivan

History was made on Friday at the Dublin Horse Show when the USA fielded an all-female team to win the Nations’ Cup for the Aga Khan trophy, a prize I(...)

Greg Broderick on Zuidam wins the Speed Stakes at the 2017 Horse Show at the  RDS. Photograph:  Lorraine O’Sullivan/INPHO

SHOW JUMPING Ireland had the perfect start to the international jumping action in the Main Arena at this year’s Dublin Horse Show when winning both c(...)

Cian O’Connor was Ireland’s hero in Florida. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Meath’s Cian O’Connor, whose double clear secured Ireland’s Nations’ Cup victory at Ocala on Friday, landed the Grand Prix at the Florida venue on Sun(...)

Wexford rider Bertram Allen in action. Allen is on course for success at the Longines FE1 World Cup, one penalty point behind the leaders heading into Sunday’s final round. File photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images

Wexford’s Bertram Allen remains on course to become the first Irish winner of the Longines FEI World Cup show jumping final, despite narrowly failing (...)

 Bertram Allen  is Ireland’s only show jumper to qualify for the World Cup finals in Las Vegas this week. Photograph: Nicolas Tucat/Getty Images

Wexford’s Bertram Allen is Ireland’s sole representative at this week’s Longines FEI World Cup show jumping final in Las Vegas, for which 42 riders (...)