Emma Cahill -Has a busy time in Belgium
May 12, 2015
Emma Cahill Drives from Ireland to Belgium, to compete in her first international without the Irish team. Watch the video to find out more.
Emma Keeps us up to date with her March Activities
April 4, 2015
During another active month Emma is kept busy, she was in Belgium and also had an exclusive interview with Irish Horse TV.She also made sure to take time to send out personal “Thank you” to everyone that has been in contact with her. She finish off the month by planning a long road trip with the X-Trail to Belgium.
Impossible is Temporary
February 27, 2015
Nissan Generation Next ambassador Emma Cahill updates us on her Impossible is Temporary crowd funding campaign which seeks to raise enough funds to allow Emma to continue to travel to Belgium to ensure she maintains an International level of riding to allow her to qualify for the Europeans this year and eventually Rio 2016. You can pledge your support at: https://www.pledgesports.org/projects/europeans-2015-impossible-is-temporary/
Bad Weather Can’t Dampen Emma’s Mood for Success
February 3, 2015
Nissan Generation Next ambassador Emma Cahill did not let the recent bad weather dampen her ambition for success as she recorded a number of impressive milestones over the last month. Emma completed her first dressage Ireland show of the season independently finishing 2nd in the able bodied class. Emma also achieved the international qualifying score in her FEI para test at the first time of asking. And Somehow, Emma also managed to find time to squeeze in a couple of trips to Belgium and Chelsea Football Club in London.
It’s been a tough month so far for Nissan Generation Next ambassador Emma Cahill, with a number of hospital visits, but that didn’t stop her travelling to Manchester to give a presentation at the home of the premier league champions, Manchester City. While the difficult search for a replacement for Emperor continues, Emma has had some good news regarding her friend Nathan.
November was a mix of emotions for Nissan Generation Next ambassador Emma Cahill which included training camp for Para Equestrian Ireland Development Squad, completing the Mark Pollock Trusts ‘Run in the Dark’ in Paris and unfortunately saying a very sad goodbye to Emperor.
Come rain or shine, it’s business as usual for Emma
November 3, 2014
Nissan Generation Next Ambassador Emma Cahill outlines the exciting month she has just had which included beginning her training as a peer mentor within the National Rehabilitation Hospital where she hopes to inspire future patients who are going through similar circumstances to Emma.