Henry De Bromhead Cause OF Death, What Happened To Henry De Bromhead ? children and family Details The son of the top instructor of jumps Henry de Bromhead has died following a tragic horse riding accident. Jack de Bromhead died after an accident during the first race at Rossbeigh Beach on the first day of the Glenbeigh Festival. The incident occurred around 5.20 pm. Emergency services were quickly at hand, but unfortunately, the child passed away shortly following. On the second day of the Festival set to take place on Sunday, was postponed. Jack showed great promise in the pony race and had won at the Cahirciveen Races just a few days prior. The youngster rode out frequently to his father who set the record this year by saddleing with the winner of the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Gold Cup and Grand National in the same year.
Henry De Bromhead Cause OF Death
In the last season, he won with the Champion Hurdle, via Honeysuckle and also a double for the Gold Cup with A Plus Tard and Minella Indo. The entire community is stunned,” Cllr Michael Cahill said to The Kerryman newspaper. “Our condolences extend to the family. I saw him in Cahersiveen just this week. It’s a pity what’s taking place. “It’s put a cloud of sadness over our meeting forever. People are here with tears rolling down their faces this evening. This is always a happy, joyous, family festival. Within a short few hours everything has changed. It’s impacting on everyone.” Jack temporarily became a television famous figure in April’s final days when interviewed by RTE after the stable’s unbeaten filly Honeysuckle continued her win streak to 16 during the Punchestown Festival.
“The best mare ever,” Jack aged thirteen at the time said to viewers. “She is a little annoyed at times. If you enter her stable, she could make her bum turn towards you or attempt to bite at you, unless you provide her carrots. She is a huge fan of carrots.” De Bromhead is based in Knockeen, Co. Waterford for several years and the trainer took it off Harry, his dad, Harry, in 2000. The 49-year-old is happily married to Heather and they have two additional youngsters, Mia and Georgia. Mia is Jack’s twin. The trainer’s remarkable exploits in the 2020-21 season through top horses like Honeysuckle, Minella Indo, Put The Kettle On and Minella Times, enabled him to place 3rd on the podium in the British trainers championship.
Record-breaking Rachael Blackmore was his trainer. Jack’s passing at this young age is only the second death that has left the racing world grieving in just one year. In the summer of 2013 the last summer, Co Carlow teens Tiggy Hancock, 15 an emerging star in showjumping was killed in a crash while riding. The following year, the racegoers at Cheltenham were invited to wear yellow, her favorite colour – at an event to celebrate her life. Another renowned Irish trainer in Ireland Gordon Elliott, was scheduled to hold the Open Day on Sunday but Gordon Elliott canceled the event.