Over 35,000 people are expected to visit Tattersalls International Event and Country Fair from Wednesday 29th May to Sunday 2nd June where Olympic and World medallists in three day eventing, novelty dog shows, carnival rides, shopping village, craft fairs and family fun will all be on display in one of Ireland’s favourite and friendliest outdoor events in the 200 acre Tattersalls estate in Co Meath later this month. Worth €2 million to the local economy the annual June Bank Holiday weekend occasion will host one of the world’s most thrilling sports in Three Day Eventing and will be responsible for the largest single crossing ever of over 190 competition horses to cross the Irish Sea from 14 different countries in two ferries highlighting the huge international importance and prestige of this sporting event in the Irish and world equestrian calendar. Also present will be the ever popular Mini Puissance Poni will defy gravity by doing the high jump and perform tricks to captivate the little ones. A range of other favourites will be on hand to ensure all ages are entertained such as the Toddler Zone, Traditional Carnival rides and an Activity Area with bungee trampoline, Chair-o-plane, Carousel, The Tattersalls Real Life Farm Experience, Bumper Carz and bouncy castles.
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Pictured; Emily Taylor on her competition horse Frank and 12 year old Joy Bennet on her pony McCoy