Tattersalls International Horse Trials and Country Fair in association with Horse Sport Ireland have announced that Joanne Quirke and Sallie Ryle are joining the team in preparation for Ireland’s leading three day event taking place from May 27th to 31st 2015.
Joanne Quirke is well known in eventing and hunting circles having competed here herself on numerous occasions. Most recently she has enjoyed top level success with retrained race horses Cooldine and Forpadydeplasterer. Joanne joins the Tatts team with a wealth of experience in event management and steps into the role of Event Coordinator for 2015.
“I am delighted to join the team at Tattersalls. I hope to be able to put both my experiences both in eventing and event management to full effect to further enhance Tatts and the celebration of its ten year anniversary.”
Sallie Ryle joins Tattersalls International Horse Trials and Country Fair as their new UK Representative. Sallie, who owns Ben Hobday’s mount Mulry’s Error, one of only 11 horses clear at Burghley in 2014, brought her horse to Tatts to compete at his first International Event. Since then, Sallie has not missed Tattersalls and will endeavour to encourage more visitors to the Co Meath venue.
“I’m delighted to be appointed Tatts Representative in the UK. My role is to promote the event to visitors and offer advice on how easy it is to get there and the ‘craic’ of a truly Irish experience – you won’t find a more friendly, fun event anywhere in the world!”
Keep up to date with all the news in the run up to Tatts by visiting www.tattshorsetrials.ie