ANOTHER ROYAL VISIT FOR THE IRISH NATIONAL STUD
Princess Royal attends Tully, Co Kildare
Pic shows The Princess Royal, Princess Anne when she visited the Irish National Stud this weekend.The privately organised Royal visit and tour follows the recent visit of the Princess Royal’s mother, HM The Queen to The Irish National Stud, where she came face to face with some of the finest thoroughbreds in the world, including the Stud’s flagship sire, Invincible Spirit. The Princes Royal joined guests, including Chairperson of the National Stud, Lady O’Reilly and Dermot MacDermott, Chairperson of Riding for the Disabled Association Ireland on a private tour of The Irish National Stud, which includes national treasures such as The Japanese Gardens, The Black Abbey, St Fiachara’s Garden and the Monastic Cells. Princess Anne is President of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) and she was treated to a demonstration from members of the Irish Association (RADI). RDAI is a voluntary organisation which provides any person with a physical or intellectual ability with an opportunity for recreational and therapeutic riding or carriage driving.