News from Dowth
Established by the Netterville family in the 1800s and situated between Slane and Drogheda, Dowth Hall has a long association with thoroughbreds and previous owners, the Gradwells, bred the 1898 Aintree Grand National winner named Drogheda.
Racing returns to <b>Dowth</b> Hall
Dowth Hall Point to Point takes place on Sunday, October 25, and was recently launched by representatives of the Meath Hunt and Tara Harriers Point to Point Committee and local producers from the Boyne Valley Food Series, alongside Devenish's Owen ...
All set for <b>Dowth</b> Hall point to point
Dowth farmer Jonathan Marry is the FBD Young Farmer of the Year. The 27 year-old Tullyallen Macra member won the prestigious title following a challenging interview process and on-farm visit. Judging panel member, Prof Gerry Boyle, director of Teagasc, ...
<b>Dowth</b> man is young farmer of year
Of the three megalithic passage tombs at Brú na Bóinne, Dowth is the only one that's not on the official tour. That's partly because it's regarded as less impressive than Newgrange and Knowth, and partly because, in 1849, a group of enthusiasts from ...
Live like a king in a Meath Gothic castle for €2.25m
More seasonal symbolism is offered by the passage graves of Newgrange, Dowth and Knowth along the River Boyne. Renewal and rebirth at the rising of the sun is the shared theme expressed by the builders of these 5,000-year-old monuments and by the ...
Ghosts of Christmas past: deep roots of Irish winter traditions
The innocent sister of a man who was lucky to escape with his life when he was targeted in a botched assassination attempt had a pipe bomb placed at her door in a sinister attack. Gardai are investigating all aspects of the pipe bomb incident at the ...
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