A little selfie with Daniel Bluman who is a very popular man in Dublin! Photos by World of Showjumping.
In Dublin, there really is a horse show - with all kinds of showing going on. Quite excotic...
Back to the showjumping. Darragh Kenny opened the show with a bang for the home crowds, who got to see Kenny win Wednesday's biggest class on Picolo.
Another man on fire was Kent Farrington. He won Thursday's 1.50/1.60 class on Blue Angel, and was second in the Grand Prix on Uceko.
This couple also showed great form. Ben Maher and Aristo Z were second in Wednesday's 1.50/1.60 class and second in Thursday's 1.50 class.
He is only 19, but despite his young age he is now ready for the World Equestrian Games. Bertram Allen was loved by the crowds in Dublin - here seen riding Romanov that picked up a ribbon in Wednesday's big class, as well as ending third in Thursday's big class. Allen went on to win the Longines Grand Prix on Molly Malone, his second five star Grand Prix win of the season.
Another young rider - aged 21 - that keeps on impressing is Great Britain's Spencer Roe here seen on his horse for Normandy Wonder Why.
Jessica Springsteen had an incredible weekend in Dublin. Jessica won Thursday's 1.50 class on her new ride Davendy S and then went on to win the Nations Cup with the US team after a double clear round on Vindicat W before she went clear in the first round of the Grand Prix finishing 8th.
Marlon Zanotelli and Extra van Essene also had a great show, and finished 2nd and 3rd in two of the 1.50 classes.
Crowd favorites Connor Swail and Landsdowne - now ready for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games after a great weekend in Dublin where they ended second in Thursday's big class and were placed in the Longines Grand Prix.
And finally; the old wall used for the famous puissances in Dublin.The show is full of tradition.