Caps for Ireland Senior Teams

 
 
 Cian O'Connor riding Blue Loyd at London 2012
 
 
 

Competing since the age of 19 at senior show jumping level, Cian has possibly set an Irish record for the number of times he has been selected for senior teams – a total of 118 to date.

Twenty-two of those appearances in Nations Cup competitions have led to outright victory for Ireland.

Ireland is famous for the sheer number of talented horses and riders it produces, and selection for senior teams is considered to be a great achievement.

 
 

1999

  1. Zagreb, Croatia
  2. Athens, Greece WON

2000

  1. Helsinki, Finland WON

  2. Drammen, Norway WON

  3. Falsterbo, Sweden WON

  4. Hickstead, UK WON

  5. Linz, Austria

2001

  1. Ikast, Denmark

  2. Falsterbo, Sweden WON

  3. Aachen, Germany

  4. Hickstead, UK WON

  5. Linz, Austria

  6. Washington, USA WON

  7. Toronto, Canada WON

2002

  1. Wellington, USA

  2. Poznan, Poland

  3. Linz, Austria

  4. Aachen, Germany

  5. Falsterbo, Sweden

  6. Hickstead, UK

  7. Dublin, Ireland

  8. Rotterdam, Holland

  9. Jerez, Spain

  10. Zagreb, Croatia

  11. Athens, Greece

  1. Wellington, USA
  2. La Baule, France
  3. Rotterdam, Holland
  4. Dublin, Ireland
 

2003

  1. Wellington, USA
  2. La Baule, France
  3. St Gallen, Switzerland WON
  4. Hamina, Finland WON
  5. Drammen, Norway
  6. Hickstead, UK
  7. Dublin, Ireland
  8. Donaueschingen, Germany
  9. Rotterdam, Holland
  10. Barcelona, Spain

 

2004

  1. La Baule, France

  2. Rome, Italy

  3. Lucerne, Switzerland

  4. Falsterbo, Sweden

  5. Aachen, Germany

  6. Dublin, Ireland WON

  7. Athens, Greece

  1. Wellington, USA

  2. La Baule, France

  3. Rome, Italy

  4. St Gallen, Switzerland

  5. Rotterdam, Holland

  6. Aachen, Germany

  7. Dublin, Ireland WON

2005

  1. Hickstead, UK

  2. Dublin, Ireland

  3. Barcelona, Spain

2006

  1. Rotterdam, Holland

  2. Falsterbo, Sweden

  3. Hickstead, UK

  4. Dublin, Ireland

 

 

2007

  1. Wellington, USA
  2. Copenhagen, Denmark
  3. Poznan, Poland WON
  4. Lummen, Beligum WON
  5. Falsterbo, Sweden
  6. Mannheim, Germany
  7. Gijón, Spain
  8. Prague, Czech Republic

2008

  1. La Baule, France

  2. Madrid, Spain

  3. Rome, Italy

  4. St Gallen, Switzerland

  5. Rotterdam, Holland

  6. Aachen, Germany

  7. Hickstead, UK

  8. Dublin, Ireland

  9. Calgary, Canada

  10. Barcelona, Spain

2009

  1. Lummen, Beligum

  2. La Baule, France

  3. St Gallen, Switzerland

  4. Aachen, Germany

  5. Hickstead, UK

  6. Dublin, Ireland

  7. Windsor, UK

  8. Calgary, Canada

2010

  1. Rome, Italy

  2. St Gallen, Switzerland

  3. Aachen, Germany WON

  4. Dublin, Ireland

  5. Gijón, Spain

  6. Kentucky, USA

 

2011

  1. La Baule, France WON

  2. Falsterbo, Sweden

  1. Hickstead, UK

  2. Dublin, Ireland

  3. Barcelona, Spain

2012

  1. Wellington, USA

  2. La Baule, France

  3. Rome, Italy

  4. St Gallen, Switzerland

  5. Rotterdam, Holland

  6. Aachen, Germany

  7. Dublin, Ireland WON

2013

  1. Wellington, USA

  2. St Gallen, Switzerland

  3. Dublin, Ireland

2014

  1. Wellington, USA
  2. La Baule, France
  3. Rotterdam, Holland
  4. Dublin, Ireland
 

2015

  1. Wellington, USA

  2. La Baule, France

  3. St Gallen, Switzerland

  4. Dublin, Ireland WON

  5. European Championships, Aachen, Germany

  6. Arezzo, Italy

  7. Barcelona, Spain

2016

  1. Ocala, USA
  2. Wellington, USA WON
  3. St. Gallen, Switzerland
  4. Dublin, Ireland
  5. Gijon, Spain

2017

  1. Ocala, Florida WON
  2. Wellington, Florida WON
  3. Sopot, Poland
  4. Rotterdam, Netherlands
  5. Flasterbo, Sweden
  6. Dublin, Ireland
  7. European Championships, Gothenburg, Sweden WON

2018

1. WEF, Florida               2. Ocala, Florida