Thursday, June 22, 2017

 

Waterford’s Anthony Condon has taken the winner’s trophy in the biggest competition of the week at Bolesworth four-star International in the UK, after he guided Balzac to victory in the Equerry Grand Prix.
Condon, from Cappagh near Dungarvan, produced one of just two double clear rounds with the 11-year-old gelding Balzac, who he owns along with Kat Taylor to take a winners prize of €33,000.
Anthony Condon’s cousin Peter Moloney, from Colligan in Dungarvan also scored two wins at Bolesworth earlier in the week.

Waterford’s Anthony Condon receives his trophy after he won the Equerry Grand Prix at the Bolesworth International Show in the UK this week.

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