Now in it’s eighth year, the four day event attracts top class International and Olympic horse riders.
While Thursday and Friday’s events concentrated on dressage, the weekend sees big cross-country events and showjumping taking place.
Organiser Paul Brady says this year the competition has also gone up alevel.
“It means a longer cross-country course on the three star level,” he says, “it’s over three-and-a-half miles long, about forty obstacles, and should provide a lot of excitement.”
In addition to the equestrian action there will also be plenty of food and family fun at the Cappoquin venue today and tomorrow.