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Horse Riding

Canter and gallop on the edge of the wild blue Atlantic where the waves flow in on golden sands that stretch as far as the eye can see.

Nothing beats the feel of the clear air in your lungs and the wind in your hair. The excitement of crossing open moorland and mountains astride an intelligent, well bred horse. It's the different perspective which allows you to truly experience the wilderness and constantly changing landscape of this part of Ireland. There's also the thrill of learning a new discipline. Equestrian centres in the North West cater for all levels, providing basic instruction from qualified instructors. The many family run riding centres welcome unaccompanied children and full supervision is provided.
http://www.rideatashford.com/
Ashford Equestrian Centre enables you to go horse riding on your irish holiday and discover places rarely seen. Your guide Tom Clesham will plan each day to allow you to experience the best mountains, valleys and forests in this beautiful place which was made famous in "The Quiet Man" film. Ashford Equestrian Centre specialise in groups of between four and six riders with up to 4 hours of riding possible each day.
http://www.rideatashford.com/
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