Farm Ireland

Sunday 22 April 2018

Fun for all the family

Siobhan English

Siobhan English

Aside from the equestrian activities at Tattersalls, there will be plenty of attractions for all the family, young and old.

The shopping village is expanding with each passing year and for 2014 boasts more than 60 trade stands. These include feed suppliers Connolly's Red Mills, Pegus and TopSpec, as well as equipment specialists Finlay Equi-trek Horseboxes, Irish Grass Machinery and Equine Engineering.

The ladies will love the wide range of clothing outlets, in particular TRI Equestrian, home of the largest equine superstore in Ireland.

Children will be specially catered for in the Tayto Park Toddler Zone, the kids' activity area and the fun fair. In addition there will be pony rides and a novelty dog show taking place in the Connolly's Red Mills mini area in the shopping village. The food village will again boast produce from many of the local vendors, and must not be missed.

For those venturing out onto the cross-country track on Saturday, be sure to bring a picnic and pitch a seat beside the most exciting fence on the course, the water fence.

Tickets for the picnic priority car park must be pre-booked; admission and spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Admission to the event is free on Wednesday and Thursday; and €12 for adults (€10 if pre-booked) on Friday and €15 all other days. The admission price for teenagers between 13 and 18 years ranges from €6 to €10 depending on day. Children under 12 go free each day.


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