Dublin Horse Show 1959

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    Title reads: "Dublin Horse Show".

    Dublin, Southern Ireland (Republic of Ireland, Eire).

    G/V parade led by Irish Army band coming past camera. G/V competitors on horseback in parade. M/S judges and referees Sean Lemass, Mr. Wylie and Mr. H. Boland looking on from grandstand. Panning L/S Captain Queipo de Llano of Spain riding horse "Eolo IV". We see him taking first three jumps.

    Crowds. Panning L/S British competitor Susan Cohen on horse "Galway Breeze". She takes two jumps. M/S spectator taking photographs. G/V another competitor taking two jumps. M/S Mr. Lemass, Mr. Wylie and Mr. Boland looking on. M/S competitor taking three closely grouped jumps, on the third jump he knocks one bar down.

    M/S Mr. Sean Lemass, Mr. Wylie and Mr. Boland looking on. Panning shot Douglas Bunn of Britain on horse "Golden Miller" taking two jumps. M/S winner Seamus Hayes on "Kilrush" receiving Irish Trophy from Mr. Lemass. C/U Mr. Lemass and show jumper Seamus Hayes holding the trophy between them.

    Note: old records suggest this story was originally for Ireland only.

    Note: horse show programme and newspaper cuttings on file.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    17/08/1959
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    51251
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1593.13
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:11:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:16:54:00 / 01:18:05:00
    Canister:
    59/66
    Sort Number:
    59/066
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    1950-1959 CP
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