And You Ride The Horse So Well



This afternoon.

The Cherry Orchard Equine Centre in Dublin West.

Local Crumlin children during rehearsals ahead of tonight’s unique light and fire spectacle, “Capall, Curra, Horse”…

…designed by ‘landscape theatre makers’ LUXE, the show, supported by the Arts Council, involves 100 local children and young people from the Equine Centre, St Ultan’s Primary School, a Direct Provision centre, and Labre Park Traveller Site.

Cherry Orchard Equine Centre

Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

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6 thoughts on “And You Ride The Horse So Well

  1. ian-oG

    I’m familiar with this place (Cherry Orchard Equine Centre) and think its rather unfair to use the expression joy riding due to its connotations with criminality.

    This place does sterling work with the kids and ensures they learn everything they need to be responsible horse riders and/or owners.

    Maybe change the title to something a little less negative?

    1. bisted

      …whoa there horsey…great headline and a great way to reclaim a piece of language that has been hijacked…

      1. Ian - oG

        Fair play to you Bodger, I really appreciate it!

        @ Bisted, I know no harm was meant here and to be fair it was a great headline as usual!

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