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Horse Riding Holidays

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Horseriding holidays Ireland – Horseriding vacations with Horse Riding Ireland – Horseback
adventures holidays – Activity horseriding holidays, trailriding, riding by the sea, trekking,
cross country jumping – Great selection of trail rides in the finest sceneries of Ireland

trailridingHorse Riding Ireland was established in 1989, when three riding centres from different regions of the country decided to engage in group marketing internationally. It is now, and has been for the past number of years, the market leader in residential horse riding holidays in Ireland.

 

 

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The centres are located in the Counties Galway, Sligo and Kerry with each destination offering diverse equestrian activities:

Guided rides Trailrides:
Connemara Trail
Aille Cross Country Trail (also at wintertime)
Coast Trail
beachKillarney Reeks Trail (also at wintertime)
Sligo Trail
Donegal Trail
Seaside bungalow (self catering) with horse
Riding by the sea
Cross-country Jumping
Foxhunting

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This is Horse Riding Ireland:
The Horse Holiday Farm, County Sligo
The Aille Cross Equestrian Centre, County Galway
The Killarney Riding Stables, County Kerry
Each Equestrian centre has different programms avaible – also for non-riders (Ireland is a paradise for golfing, angling, fishing,
walking, sight-seeing……)

jumpingYou should visit the Homepage of each riding centre to find your right holidays on horseback.
Horse Riding Ireland has come together to cater for all levels of experience, from beginners right through to the very advanced.
The organisation prides itself in being able to donate a very distinctive uniqueness in the types of holidays on offer at all four of the destinations and its main aim is the emphasis on every visitor spending an enjoyable and unforgettable holiday while in their company.

At the equestrian centres of Horse Riding Ireland it is often possible to book horseriding holidays short time. Visit the page: Information about the Equestrian Centres.
You can call, send an e-mail or fills the respective form: Enquiries and Reservations.