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The Gallops at Ballydoyle Horse Racing Establishment at Rose Green, near Cashel, County Tipperary Ireland. This is the home of Irish Horse Racing, the training of which is undertaken by the World Famous Aiden O'Brien underpinned by Coolmore . Ballydoyle is World Famous for its facility. Aiden O'Brien succeeded Vincent O'Brien ( No relation) in 1995. A few miles down the road is Coolmore Stud. Ballydoyle and Coomore Stud are both owned by John Magnier. Ballydoyle Stables are renowned for their exceptionally high attention to detail and world class facilities used in the preparation of horses throughout their racing career at Ballydoyle. The primary Gallop at Ballydoyle is based on the turns and undulations of Epsom Downs Racecourse, perhaps with the intention of giving Ballydoyles trained runners a key advantage in a race in which many future Coolmore Stud stallions are made. Aidan O'Brien has measured up to those high standards by training many top class horses, such as Rock of Gibraltar, Galileo, High Chaparral and George Washington.
Shire Horse 'Jed' who has worked in Richmond Park for the last 10 years is being presented with a commemorative retirement Rosette by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, during the 'Wild London' Jubile event. Pictured here with Sandra Croxall who has looked after him at Holly Lodge stables in Richmond Park London
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The white horse at westbury, Wiltshire, carved into the hillside and in the foreground a real white horse.