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Gallery: Drama-filled Aga Khan day at the Dublin Horse Show

Ireland lost out to Britain in the Nations’ Cup, while some horses were turned inside out!…

BRITAIN HAS CLAIMED the Aga Khan at this year’s Dublin Horse Show.

The British and Irish teams found themselves in a jump-off in the Nations’ Cup to decide the winner after a mistake by one of the French riders. However errors from Ireland meant that their opponents took the top prize.

Take a look at day 3 at the RDS…

Gallery: Drama-filled Aga Khan day at the Dublin Horse Show
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    'Horses Inside Out', an organisation which gives insight into how the horse works and founded by Gillian Higgins, gives a demonstration. Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
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    More of the 'Horses Inside Out' demo. Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
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    Pic: Michelle Geraghty
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    Anna Kelly from Co. Down and 'Pick and Mix'. Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
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    President Mary McAleese presents the Aga Khan Trophy to the winning Great Britian team. Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
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    The Irish team saying goodbye after placing second. Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
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    C.J. Boyd, left, and John Roche from Wexford with 'Assagart Hope'. Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
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    Pic: Michelle Geraghty

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