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July 26th, 2015

Working on my final images for my Dublin Horse Show Fine Art Equine exhibition – Wednesday 5th -Sunday 9th August 2015 RDS Main Hall Stand E10
loving the variety and cross section of images.
A ‪#‎SneakPeek‬ of one I’m just finishing below.

From a family portrait with ponies in a field of Daffodils in Mallow to showjumping ponies in a river in Ennis Co. Clare to Northern Ireland Eventers, Showjumpers and Dressage riders to a top rider in Limerick with her two loves her husband and horse.

I also have some amazing Signature lit portraits one of Coolmore Stud‘s stunning top Stallion Galileo. Greg Broderick with MHS Going Global Camilla Speirs with Jiff Beasie & Lulu and Blackie, Stephen Smith & Ringfort Sport Horses Rubicon, Wexford’s Eventer Michelle Kenny Riverlodge EventingWillams Parc Stables Ennis Co Clare Ni Riain Fine Art Equine Pho and 5 World champion International Field Trials Red setter dogs and their handler. A family at their home in beautiful Donegal and their cousin at her home in Waterford with her pony Monkey Nut. Hunting horses & riders in the sea in Mayo.

Equine portrait of Showjumping horse ‘Mrs Quinn’ | Ireland Professional Horse photographer
March 26th, 2014

Equine portrait Mrs Quinn Greg Broderick Caladonia stables

This commissioned professional Equine portrait of Top Showjumping Horse and prolific winner, “Mrs Quinn” who partnered Ireland’s top International show jumping rider, Greg Broderick of Ballypatrick Stables to many of his National wins.
Mrs Quinn was a fantastic mare to photograph. She adores Gregs sister Cheryl and was a supermodel for us during the photoshoot. I used my signature studio lighting set up as it really highlights her gorgeous compact confirmation.

Mrs Quinn
13 yo b m
Sire: Laughton’s Flight
Dam: Kyle flower
Owner: Caledonia Stables
Breeder: John Doyle
“Mrs Quinn is a typical Irish horse with a huge heart and a real fighter in the ring. She has a quirky personality and she’s not a lover of the farrier or the clipping machine, but we get around her. She was bought in Cavan sales as a five-year- old and campaigned in Canada under Alan Kruger before returning to Ireland as an 11 year-old. It took a while to get to know each other but we have formed a very good partnership.
She is a full sister to International showjumping mare Shannondale, so its exiting to see what her foals will be like.
“Since competing at Grand Prix level in Ireland she has clocked up numerous wins”

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