Cian O'Connor
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Cian O’Connor

Caps for Ireland

Ocala, Florida WON
Wellington, Florida WON
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Falsterbo, Sweden

Ocala, Florida WON
Wellington, Florida WON
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Falsterbo, Sweden

Wellington, USA
La Baule, France
St Gallen, Switzerland
Dublin, Ireland WON
European Championships, Aachen, Germany
Arezzo, Italy
Barcelona, Spain

Wellington, USA
La Baule, France
Rotterdam, Holland
Dublin, Ireland

Wellington, USA
St Gallen, Switzerland
Dublin, Ireland

Wellington, USA
La Baule, France
Rome, Italy
St Gallen, Switzerland
Rotterdam, Holland
Aachen, Germany
Dublin, Ireland WON

La Baule, France WON
Falsterbo, Sweden

Rome, Italy
St Gallen, Switzerland
Aachen, Germany WON
Dublin, Ireland
Gijón, Spain
Kentucky, USA

Lummen, Beligum
La Baule, France
St Gallen, Switzerland
Aachen, Germany
Hickstead, UK
Dublin, Ireland
Windsor, UK
Calgary, Canada

La Baule, France
Madrid, Spain
Rome, Italy
St Gallen, Switzerland
Rotterdam, Holland
Aachen, Germany
Hickstead, UK
Dublin, Ireland
Calgary, Canada
Barcelona, Spain

Wellington, USA
Copenhagen, Denmark
Poznan, Poland WON
Lummen, Beligum WON
Falsterbo, Sweden
Mannheim, Germany
Gijón, Spain
Prague, Czech Republic

Rotterdam, Holland
Falsterbo, Sweden
Hickstead, UK
Dublin, Ireland

Hickstead, UK
Dublin, Ireland
Barcelona, Spain

La Baule, France
Rome, Italy
Lucerne, Switzerland
Falsterbo, Sweden
Aachen, Germany
Dublin, Ireland WON
Athens, Greece

Wellington, USA
La Baule, France
St Gallen, Switzerland WON
Hamina, Finland WON
Drammen, Norway
Hickstead, UK
Dublin, Ireland
Donaueschingen, Germany
Rotterdam, Holland
Barcelona, Spain

Wellington, USA
Poznan, Poland
Linz, Austria
Aachen, Germany
Falsterbo, Sweden
Hickstead, UK
Dublin, Ireland
Rotterdam, Holland
Jerez, Spain
Zagreb, Croatia
Athens, Greece

Ikast, Denmark
Falsterbo, Sweden WON
Aachen, Germany
Hickstead, UK WON
Linz, Austria
Washington, USA WON
Toronto, Canada WON

Helsinki, Finland WON
Drammen, Norway WON
Falsterbo, Sweden WON
Hickstead, UK WON
Linz, Austria

Zagreb, Croatia
Athens, Greece WON

Other Statistics

 

117 caps for Ireland on senior teams
20 winning teams

13 appearances on the Irish team for the Aga Khan trophy in Dublin with 3 wins in 2004, 2012 and 2015

Competed at 4 European championships, 2 World Championships and 2 Olympic Games

Won Ireland’s first ever equestrian medal when claiming bronze at the London Olympics, 2012

Won the Grand Prix at the RDS, Dublin on Blue Loyd in 2013, a feat accomplished only 9 times in the last 55 yrs by Irish riders

1960 Tommy Wade, Dundrum

1986 Capt. Gerry Mullins, Rockbarton

1987 Paul Darragh, Carroll’s Trigger

1996 Eddie Macken, Fan Schalkhaar

2000 Cameron Hanley, Ballaseyr Twilight

2007 Comdt Gerry Flynn, Mo Chroi

2008 Jessica Kurten, Libertina

2013 Cian Oɼonnor, Blue Loyd

2014 Bertram Allen, Molly Malone