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The first race meeting to be held at Downpatrick was over 300 years ago - 1685.
Ashford Equestrian Centre is located on the Ashford Castle Estate, next to the island village of Cong on the County Galway/Mayo border. It caters for beginners and families, as well as experienced riders amid breath taking lakeshore scenery.
The Down Royal Corporation of Horsebreeders was created in 1685 by Royal Charter from King James II.
Beginners are most welcome at Eagle Rock, a fully qualified instructor will teach them in the art of horseriding. For those with basic riding experience there are beach and mountain treks in breathtaking surroundings.
Errislannan Riding Centre and Connemara Pony Stud in Clifden, County Galway offer scenic and historic treks over moors and around the coast, as well as lessons, cross country riding, livery and pony camps.
Killarney Riding Stables is located 2km from the heart of Killarney in County Kerry. They offer hacking and trekking into Killarney’s National Park for one-three hour or longer two-five day trails.
Slieve Aughty Riding Centre is a remote and peaceful eco-friendly family-run centre in the rolling foothills of the Slieve Aughty Mountains in East County Galway.
The Point Pony Trekking and Horse Riding is a friendly trekking centre, located in Ballyconneely, County Galway. They offer riders a unique opportunity to discover some of the most breathtaking scenery in the West of Ireland on horseback.
Riding lessons for all ages and standards offered on our hand-picked horses and ponies.
Riding lessons, livery, pony camps, shows, Pony Club, Tack shop
£30 per person, pre-booking essential
£45 per person - pre-booking essential
£60 per person or £50 for groups of 4 or more
Concession (Child U16 / Student / OAP) - €16 & Adult - €22
€1520 pp (Full Trail) €595 pp (Mini Trail)
Children ticket for €16 - Children under 3 go free.
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