Track 1: Her background in Kilsheelan, Co. Tipperary. The Civil War in the area and a detailed account of a farmhand who worked for her father, and his execution on the farm. Stories about the Republicans, their demands for a place to stay and for the use of the farm for drilling. Track 2: Tracing her mother’s people, the O’Mahonys from Clonmel, with accompanying comments from her son Dermot Weld. They owned Powerstown Park which is now on Clonmel racecourse. Track 3: Recalling her first time on a horse at age three. Hunting with her father with the Waterford Hounds. Days in boarding school. Successful days in showjumping. An anecdote about the years of World War II, riding a horse to show, participating, and riding home again. Track 4: Working with the Department of Agriculture in Naas and the outbreak of war. Another anecdote about riding from Naas to home in Kilsheelan, Co. Tipperary. Track 5: Point to point races with the Clonmel Harriers and the Naas Harriers in 1944 and 1945.