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“If I’m dreaming don’t wake me up”

Created on 01 February 2019 The link between point-to-pointing and jump racing is undeniable, enjoyed equally by tens of thousands of people. The Connolly’s RED MILLS Intermediate Point-to-Point series gives the opportunity for pointing to move from hillsides to grandstands for those that qualify for the final at Cheltenham’s Hunter Chase meet.Read More

RED MILLS get set for the 12th Point-to-Point Intermediate Series

Created on 10 January 2019 Connolly’s RED MILLS are once again getting ready for the upcoming Point-to-Point Intermediate Series with the first fixture just one month away. The series will head back to 14 qualifying races across the country before heading to Cheltenham’s May Hunter Chase meet to find the next Intermediate Champion.Read More
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A Century Of Experience

Nestled in the scenic farm country in County Kilkenny, Ireland, Connolly's RED MILLS has been the home of the Connolly family business since 1908. Michael Connolly emigrates to Long Island in New York in the 1840s, working as a "head lad" for a French horse trainer based there. In 1866 he inherits a bakery back home in Ireland and returns.

In 1908 the company William Connolly & Sons Ltd is established in Goresbridge, County Kilkenny. Michael buys the mill for £400 and the dwelling house a year later for his younger son William for £500.

There are four mills in very close proximity, all harnessing the natural power from the river Barrow and its tributaries, all four producing similar products for the local farming community. To stand out from the crowd, William paints the roof of his mill red - hence the name Red Mills.

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