Horse Riding in Southern Ireland
Ireland has long been known as The Land of the Horse. There are programmes for all ages and abilities from show jumping, cross-country riding and dressage, to hacking and trail riding through magnificent mountain, coastal and forest scenery.
Coolmine Equestrian Academy Southern Ireland (CEAD) has been hosting equestrian holidays and horseback riding vacations in Ireland's Capital City since 1991. CEAD-Ireland provides horse riding in Ireland in a fine selection of Pony Camps , horseback trail riding on mountain and forest trails and riding holidays for individuals, school groups, equestrian clubs, families and groups in a fun, friendly environment.
Take part in their lessons or experience Dublin's beautiful Phoenix Park on horseback. They offer treks and lessons for junior riders through to adults. All experience levels are welcome. They are proud to be Dublin's most central horse riding stables, just 20 minutes from the city centre.
Stonehaven Equestrian Centre is dedicated to providing an exceptional environment for those who wish to learn and enjoy the pleasures and benefits of horse riding. This can enhance self esteem, confidence and self discipline, communication skills, concentration, physical coordination and flexibility.
Carrickmines Equestrian Centre and Riding School is owned and run by the O’Leary family. This friendly and efficient centre has been built up by the family over the past 20 years into one of the largest centres in Ireland.