Tim Murray, 360 Equine, Francis Connors class winner (Photo: Marie Wheeler)
On the Sunday action moved to the Premier county for what proved to be a very strong class with a large crowd in attendance with 55 horse and rider combinations going before the judges to try their hand at the Anne Waistell designed track, It was Waterford Native and current league leader Francis Connors who continued his domination with the Helen Connors owned East Wind f, they crossed the line clear in a time of 30.03
Second place went again to Co Waterford this time to Paul Beecher with the Seryna van Kuelen owned Asti 71, they broke the beam clear in a time of 31.52, Third spot was filled by Jonathan Andrew with his own The Hurricane, clear a time of 32.16.
Fourth place in what proved to be line up dominated by Waterford people, Neilus O Donoghue eith his own Potterys Field, clear in a time of 35.57, Maria Costello claimed the fourth place in what was predominantly a male line up riding her own Faretti, crossed the line clear in 36.80, and completing the line up was the class winner, Francis Connors this time with the Susanne Macken owned Tara M Crossed the line clear in a time of 38.60
Action in the 1.20M 360 Equine Precision joint solution plus league moves to Co Cork for the two day Cork Summer show on the weekend of the 8th and 9th before heading Limerick for the Newcastle west show the following week