Welcome . . .
The Green Glens Arena is Ireland’s most complete Equestrian Venue. Owned and operated by the Duggan Family, the facility has hosted a wide range of equestrian competition since its establishment over 30 years ago. The Green Glens Arena comprises 11 all-weather arenas and 3 indoor arenas together with 1500 permanent stables, restaurants, bars and other facilities. 2014 saw the addition of a Mike Etherington-Smith designed Cross Country course in the grounds of the adjoining Drishane Castle to facilitate the staging of the FEI European Championships for Ponies. In 2016, Millstreet will host the FEI European Jumping Championships for Juniors, Young Riders and Children on Horses.
Owners Pony and Young Riders International Charity Show (CSI-Y/CSI-P): 28th – 30th October
Now in its 30th year, ‘Pony Owners’ returns to the Green Glens Arena in October 2016. With a wide range of classes to suit all levels of pony competitors and Young Riders, this year’s schedule also includes International (CSI) classes for both categories. Find out more on the dedicated ‘Pony Owners’ website!
Millstreet International Horse Trials: 25th – 28th August
Ireland’s newest addition to the International Eventing calendar takes place in August 2016. Following last year’s highly acclaimed inaugural running, the competition steps up to CCI level with Mike Etherington-Smith set to pose some exciting new questions on the Cross Country course set around the historic Drishane Castle demesne.
Millstreet International Horse Show CSI***: 9th – 14th August
Millstreet Horse Show is Ireland’s largest annual equestrian event and the only CSI*** to be held here. In 2015, we offered a total prize fund exceeding €190,000. Millstreet has become Ireland’s largest shop window for the Equestrian Industry and young horse classes feature strongly; including the renowned Young Irelander loose jumping for 3 year old horses and the National Discovery for 4 year olds.The show features classes that cater for all age levels and grades with a full range of National classes as well as the final of the Coolmore Young Champion of Ireland series.