Spring Outing – Coolmore Stud

The Irish Wolfhound Society of Ireland announces its Spring Outing !

We promised you something really special , a visit to the world famous  Coolmore Stud  and the IWSOI always  delivers !!! ….

Our Visit to ‘Coolmore’ Stud  is arranged for Saturday  26th April 2014 .

Just a quick overview of our spring outing on Saturday April 26th.

We will be doing a tour of Coolmore, then lunch at Jolly’s Café, a talk on AI/DNA with Dr. Sarah Mitchell from Southview Vets. Sarah is an AI specialist so have your questions ready. And finally to round off the day a walk thru The Grove.

Now down to details.

Our tour of Coolmore will start at 10:30am. Our tour will take about an hour and a half. Jason will be our tour guide. Because it is foaling season and there will be mares and foals out in several of the paddocks no dogs will be allowed out of the cars. Willie O’Meara will be meeting everyone at the Fethard Ballroom (directions below)  between 10:00am-10:15am this will give you a chance to let the dogs out of the car to do there business and get a drink before heading up to Coolmore.

After of our tour of Coolmore, we will head to Jolly’s Café on the main street of Fethard. This is a wonderful little café with loads of soups, sandwiches & tasty treats. Weather permitting they will be putting tables out front for us so we can eat al fresco and get the dogs out of the cars.

After lunch we will head to The Grove. The Ponsonby Family has generously offered us the use of their hall for our AI/DNA talk and our tour of The Grove. After our talk we will head for a walk around The Grove. The Grove is several hundred acres of farm & woodlands. And it is one of the most scenic privately owned estates in South Tipperary. So don’t forget your cameras.

This will be a wonderful day out and one not to be missed. So please RSVP by Thursday April 24th. We will need numbers for Coolmore.


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