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Horse Riding Ireland was established in 1989, when three riding centres from Counties Galway, Sligo and Kerry decided to engage in group marketing internationally. Each centre offers diverse equestrian activities.
A unique and special holiday is to be found at Crossogue Equestrian Centre, Ballycahill, in the heart of County Tipperary where the Molloy family have been involved with horses for five generations.
Clissmann Horse Drawn Caravans is based in Rathdrum, County Wicklow. They rent out four-berth horse-drawn caravans with cooking and sleeping facilities on a self-drive basis offering a unique way to explore and enjoy the Wicklow countryside.
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.
Please see our 3 bedroom cottages for larger groups, or 5* Houses. Our cosy one-bedroom ...
Westport Woods Riding Centre in Bohea, is just 5 minutes from Westport Woods Hotel in County Mayo. Visitors can book an all inclusive equestrian break or simply enjoy pony trekking while staying as a guest at the hotel. Lessons are also available.
Gallop over the open expanses or trek along quiet country roads along Lough Neagh’s shoreline.
Please also see our 5* Houses or our 1 & 2 bedroom cottages for smaller groups. Just outside ...
Bernard Fagan Horse Drawn Carriages offers visitors in Dublin the opportunity to have a horse drawn carriage tour around the city. A standard tour lasts thirty minutes with an option of an hour long tour.
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