Irish duo win Dublin Horse Show Puissance

Irish duo win Dublin Horse Show Puissance

Ireland's Shane Breen and Jack O'Donohue claimed equal first place in today's feature class, the Land Rover Puissance.

The Irish duo provided the only two clears in the fifth round of the Puissance where Breen and Donohue cleared a massive 2m 20cm wall to claim the home victory.

Tipperary-born Shane Breen rode the Susan Oaks owned Irish Sport Horse gelding Cisero (ISH)(TIH) while Waterford's Jack O'Donohue rode the Team Z7-owned stallion Acorad 3.

This was the first ever International Puissance for Jack O'Donohue, who turned 20 just one month ago.

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