Kilmacanogue 50th Annual Show

Affiliated to The Irish Show Association

23rd JULY 2022


To celebrate the 50th anniversary there will be childrens baking and crafts and adult baking competitions.  A new pets corner for children to explore, vintage cars on display. wool spinning demos, sheep shearing demo and of course the very popular dog show, free pony rides, Donie's clever collie dogs herding geese and a wide choice of local food producers selling bread, cakes, jams, chutney, sauces and much more.....
All the usual horse, pony and sheep classes are happening in 2022 and some new qualifiers.  2022 schedule will be published at the end of May.


Enniskerry Horse Farm in Monastery, Enniskerry A98AK16 by kind permission of Mary and Syl Fenelon Bourke.

What is the Kilmacanogue Horse Show all about?

Supporting Our Local Community 

The Kilmacanogue show is a great local instituition.  It welcomes competitors of all abilities and has a great following amongst the local riding schools and clubs.  The show is run by volunteers and all proceeds raised are awarded to local charities in our community.  Due to Covid 19, the 2021 show was limited to competitors and grooms,  however we still raised €7400, to support many charities.  (Supported in 2021 - Charabanc Enniskerry, Enniskerry Playground Fund, Irish Kidney Association, Kilmacanogue Senior Citizens, Kilmacanogue GAA, Lakers, Newcourt School Bray, Open Door Bray, Purple House Cancer Support, Wicklow Dementia Support, Wicklow Hospice, Riding for the Disabled).  We look forward to welcoming back spectators and trade stands for our 50th Anniversary show in 2022.