Articles Tagged 'Ireland Riding Holidays'

Ireland Horseback Riding Vacations Photo Journey- Galway

Darley's Travel Blog — October 6, 2017
On the West Coast of Ireland, just south of Connemara, County Clare encompasses many of the dramatic landscapes of Ireland. Take a horse ride with us to explore it in this photo journey with one of the most popular equestrian vacations in Ireland! by Darley Newman County Clare is home… Read more »

Ireland Horseback Riding Photo Journey- Mount Juliet

Darley's Travel Blog — April 2, 2013
Riders seeking an equestrian training vacation and English style hacks may enjoy the gracious, luxurious setting at this historic landmark in the countryside of Ireland.  by Darley Newman As one of Europe’s great sporting estates, Mount Juliet’s fifteen hundred acres of gardens, woodland, rolling fields and sculpted decadence stand out… Read more »

Ireland Horseback Riding Vacations Photo Journey- Ring of Kerry

Darley's Travel Blog — March 30, 2013
Wonder what it's like to horse ride Ireland's lush mountains and countryside, historic manors, and dramatic beaches? Join us on a photo journey of horseback riding vacations in Ireland. by Darley Newman One of the world's top horseback riding vacation destinations is Ireland. The beautiful terrain, interesting history and charming… Read more »

Castle Leslie Equestrian Vacation in Ireland- Part 2

Darley's Travel Blog — January 8, 2013
Part 2 of my "Downton Abbey" experience on an equestrian vacation at Castle Leslie Estate in Ireland. by Equitrekking host Darley Newman Read Part 1 of my adventures at Castle Leslie. A great way to explore Castle Leslie Estate for non-riders or the horsey set is to hop aboard one of… Read more »

Castle Leslie Riding Vacation in Ireland- Part 1

Darley's Travel Blog — January 8, 2013
Part 1 of my "Downton Abbey" experience on horseback at Castle Leslie Estate in Ireland. by Darley Newman Castle Leslie Estate in Glaslough, Ireland is an equestrian’s dream vacation destination and a great place for those looking for their own "Downton Abbey" experience. The castle is still inhabited by its… Read more »

Ireland- Mount Juliet Jumps and Gallops

Equestrian Travel Articles — May 10, 2010
by Darley Newman As I galloped up through the lush, green fifty-acre field on Chad, a strong Irish Sport horse, I felt a little wild and completely free. Eleanor, our guide, had told me to let Chad go a bit, as he had the biggest stride of our horses and… Read more »