Kilmacanogue 51st Annual Show

Affiliated to The Irish Show Association

22nd JULY 2023


The Kilmacanogue show, based in Enniskerry, is a great day out for all the family.  There are competitions for childrens crafts, baking and preserves, dogs, sheep, horses, ponies and vintage cars.  For those of a less competitive nature there is plenty to entertain and delight – Kids Fun Zone, Free Pony Rides, Mobile Farm with lambs, piglets, ducks and chickens, Live Music,  Local Craft and Food and Plant Stalls,  Cupcake Decoration Workshop, Wool Spinning Demo, Sheep Shearing and the always entertaining Geese Herding with Donie’s famous Collie Dogs.

A huge thank you to Mary and Syl Fenelon Bourke who generously give over Enniskerry Horse Farm enniskerryhorsebreeder to the Kilmacanogue Show every year and all the businesses who supported the show in 2022 through sponsorship. 
Durkan New Homes – Kealy Groundworks -  Ballyorney Veterinary Clinic, - Magee’s Pharmacy Enniskerry - Rathfarnham Equestrian Centre -The Arch House, Enniskerry, Luxury Apartments – Capstherapy , Enniskerry  -  Fishers of Newtownmountkennedy – Objects, Enniskerry -  Glanbia, Ashford -  Enniskerry Physiotherapy Clinic – Frank Walsh Solicitors, Enniskerry – IDHBA Dublin Branch, U.V. Moore Property management – Marrakesh Ltd, Kilmurray – P.M.O’Loughlin, Shankill BBQ Centre - Mars, Primeline Distributors - Carnew Mart – Vincent Pierce Wool Rathdrum - MSD, Allflex Tags – Agrivet, Delgany – Kennedys Centra, Stepaside – Ablecom – Wicklow Cheviot Sheep Owners Association – Wicklow Mountain Sheep Breeder Society


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 

Apart from being a great day out, the Kilmacanogue Show has supported local charities for the last fifty years.  Our goal is to create a welcoming atmosphere for competitors of all abilities.  In 2022, we celebrated our 50th anniversary, we received great support from local businesses and individuals, and welcomed many new faces to the show.  It was a bumper year for fundraising and we donated €17200 to charities  (Supported in 2022 - Charabanc Enniskerry, Irish Kidney Association (East Leinster), Kilmacanogue Senior Citizens, Lakers, Newcourt School Bray, Open Door Bray, Purple House Cancer Support,Kilmacanogue GAA, Wicklow Dementia Support, Wicklow Hospice, Wicklow SPCA and DSPCA, Riding for the Disabled, First Responders, Festina Lente and Enniskerry Welcomes).  We are hoping for an equally successfully 2023 Show and have many new attractions to keep you entertained.