Distributed exclusively in Ireland by Smart Equine, Böckmann trailers are recognised globally for their superb quality, unrivalled performance, and innovativeness of design.
Smart Equine is also the exclusive distributor of Andreas Rumann showjumps in Ireland, a family run company that has been manufacturing the finest quality show jumps and equipment from their state-of-the-art factory in Delbrück-Boke, Germany for over 30 years.
We are also the Irish distributor for the stunning premium dressage arenas from Heritage Products in Holland, Jump 4 Joy portable cross country fences, Mirrors For Training Arena Mirrors and Regupol Equestrian Flooring.
Smart Equine is the official distributor for Andreas Rumann showjumps in Ireland, a family run company that has been manufacturing the finest quality show jumps and equipment from their state-of-the-art factory in Delbrück-Boke, Germany for over 30 years.
We are also the Irish distributor for the stunning premium dressage arenas from Heritage Products in Holland and also custom make cross country and derby fences of shapes and sizes according to your needs and requirements.
International Event Rider and part of the Team Ireland Eventing Squad training, Ciaran has ridden to 5* level in three day eventing and was a member of the Irish team at the 2019 European Three Day Eventing Championships.
But Ciaran doesn’t just ride horses rather well… he also holds a BSc in Sports Management, is an FEI Level 1 Coach and trains horses and riders at all levels from his base of Killossery Lodge Stud in North Dublin. And so you could say that Ciaran knows a thing or two about show jumps and cross country fences.
He’s also rather handy with a hammer and set of power tools.
When he’s not riding or coaching Ciaran spends a lot of time designing and building cross country and derby fences for Smart Equine customers around the country.
Jenny is a competitive amateur rider with a bunch of home breds who’s competed to 4* level eventing (admittedly in a very distant past), 130cm show jumping (not so distant past) and is now having a go at some fairly fancy footwork between the dressage boards. She’s also dusted off the brave pants and gone back eventing, after a few year’s absence.
Having recognised quite early that her riding skills weren’t quite up to the level required to make a living riding horses, Jenny instead went down the academic route and received a business and economics degree from Trinity and a Masters degree in Strategic International Marketing from DCU.
Having worked for several of the industry’s leading brands, including several years as marketing manager for Horseware Ireland, in 2004 Jenny decided to go it alone and founded Halcyon Days – a creative marketing agency providing out of house marketing solutions to equestrian and pet care companies.