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The Dublin Horse Show is celebrating a special milestone - bring all the family

It's that time of year again and the Dublin Horse Show 2019 kicked off in style.

As one of Ireland's largest events and a highlight of the summer, this year hits a special landmark. 

This year celebrates 100 years of women competing on horseback at the Dublin Horse Show.

To mark this milestone, guests enjoyed an evening of Thin Gin cocktails, canapés, and live jazz singing but the RDS Jazz Choir the iconic Bewley’s on Grafton Street, evoking a sense of Dublin 100 years ago. 


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RDS CEO, Michael Duffy, addressed the crowd, raising the excitement for the upcoming festival. 

Guests also experienced an exclusive flavour of this year’s RDS Library Exhibition which will look back on the past 100 years of women competing at the Dublin Horse Show, while snapping selfies with the stunning Aga Khan Trophy and one of the iconic Horse Show fences on the night.

This year’s Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Ireland at the Stena Line Dublin Horse Show takes place in the RDS from August 7 - 11.


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Tickets for the show, in its 146th year, will be priced from €16 for a child, student and OAP, €22 for an adult, and €60 for a family of six. 

Seated tickets will cost slightly more.

Make sure to book yours before they sell out - we know we will be.

We'll see you there.

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