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New Horse Sales Website ParadeRing.ie Launches at Point-to-Point

04-12-2011 07:52 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: ParadeRing.ie

Paradering.ie Horse Sales Website

Paradering.ie Horse Sales Website

In conjunction with the biggest Point-to-Point of the year in Ballynoe, Co. Cork, a new website was launched for selling Irish Thoroughbreds, called ParadeRing.ie.

Paradering.ie is an online business for buying and selling racehorses in Ireland. Last Sunday they partnered with the local point-to-point in Ballynoe to sponsor the winning trainer of every race on the day. The Gain Mares Final held at Ballynoe every year is the pinnacle race in the Cork and Waterford point-to-point calendar. This is a hugely popular event and very competitive every year, producing several top class winners in the past and this year was no exception with the Michael J O’Connor trained and ridden, Make it Better, who won by 20 lengths. There was a double on the card for trainer Robert Tyner and there were also wins for trainer W J Burke and Grand National winning trainer Jimmy Mangan.

The horse sales website Paradering.ie was setup to help small breeders and trainers in the current environment. “To celebrate the launch of Paradering.ie we are offering a free advertisement to every breeder and trainer in the country plus we are presenting quality Regatta Waterproof Jackets to the winning trainer of each race at Ballynoe.”

“We wanted to do something to help the current situation faced by small breeders and trainers so we combined our knowledge, experience and expertise from the horse and Information Technology industries, to help reduce the risk for people trying to buy and sell horses. We are passionate about breeding and racing horses, and are committed to helping local breeders and trainers in the current environment. Our mission is to make the buying and selling of Irish racehorses easier and more convenient for all parties involved.”

This modern business uses the power of the Internet, along with social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, to help breeders and trainers promote their horses and stables. As founder Padraig O’Sullivan explains, “We give breeders and trainers a new platform to advertise their horses across a global market in a more cost effective and time efficient manner. We want to attract new owners from Ireland and abroad, who might be interested in getting into ownership but do not know where to look. We provide the tools and information that prospective buyers require when searching online. This also facilitates agents looking for horses from breeders who are finding it difficult to justify the cost of going to the sales.”

“We hope to see plenty of future winners from today’s meeting so check out ParadeRing.ie as you could find the next Gold Cup winner!”. With more and more people going online and broadband becoming more accessible across the country, there has never been a better time to embrace the Internet and let it help you buy or sell the next big winner!

To create your free ad and profile simply log on to www.paradering.ie or email info@paradering.ie if you have any questions. For further information please contact:

Paradering.ie
3003 Euro Business Park,
Little Island, Co. Cork.
Tel: 021 2348252
Mob: 087 2136360
Email: info@paradering.ie

Paradering.ie horse sales is an online thoroughbred catalogue for buying and selling horses. We help small to medium sized breeders and trainers sell horses in a more cost effective and time efficient manner. We help buyers source quality Irish horses easily and provide great information on each horse.

Paradering.ie
3003 Euro Business Park,
Little Island, Co. Cork.

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