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Owned and shown by Sharon Livesey.
Soon After arriving in the U.K. Micatos rainbow Qualified for H.O.Y.S.
At his second show he became a champion, and at H.O.Y.S. '05 was placed 4th. Well done Rainbow and Sharon.
|Micatos Blackthorn, a son of Edwardo, was placed 2nd in the Falabella
class at the prestigious All Miniature Breeds Show 2006,
congratulations to P. Armitage. Blackthorn was second to M. Foulkes beautiful Looking Glass Fabuella, a daughter of Edwardo.
Best regards to all.
Micatos Milltown Magic
Owned by Sue and Patrick O Niel, has made a great start to his show career, his first seasons results are;
Portloise (qualifier)2nd , 2nd cavan championship show ( yearling colt class ) , 5th tullamore ( class of 27 ! ) ,
4th arva agri show ,4th mohill agri show, 4th virginia agri show , 5th moate agri show.
Well done Sue, Patrick and Micatos Milltown Magic.
|Micatos Miltown Magic has
started the 2007 season with a win at the Balivor show in Co Meath and
had a wonderful day taking the championship, congratulations to all
Owned by Sue and Patrick O Niel starburst won the title of champion foal in the IMHR all Ireland final
Congratulations to Michael and Mary Harte on acquiring Micatos Bourbon .
Michael and Mary also own Micatos Fleur a beautiful chestnut mare who had her first foal this year, was shown twice (with the foal) and came first both times. Very best of luck for 2007 with Bourbon and Fleur.
a very elegant appaloosa had his first outing with Paula Flavin at the prestigious Balivor show and took second in the yearling class,
Congratulations on a great start and well done to both.
Carolyn Hotson and Romeo took first at the Strandhill show Co. Sligo recently, they also took
1st in the IMHR qualifier 3 yr and above mare or gelding section A at Athlone
and 1st in the open 4 yr and above mare or gelding section A on the same day
and Romeo also won the stallion/gelding open class section A in
Castlerea against very strong competition. Then took first at the
Mohill show on the 19th August, Stallion / Gelding class.
At the IMHR finals in Moat they took first in the open class which was 4 yr and above mare or gelding also first in the class that they had qualified for at Athlone which was 3yr old and above mare or gelding.
In a separate gelding class they took first
Finally that day they won the all Ireland final taking supreme champion and will now go on to the Irish register of supreme excellence and qualified for the MHOYS in the U.K.