Articles Tagged 'Ireland'

Irish National Stud Video Tour

Darley's Travel Blog — February 22, 2011
Take an insider's tour of the Irish National Stud in Kildare in Ireland to see how some of Ireland's top Thoroughbreds are raised. by Darley Newman Learn about Invincible Spirit and other great Irish race horses and Thoroughbreds are raised amid the lush green countryside of Kildare, Ireland in this equestrian… Read more »

Ireland Travel - River Shannon Travel Video

Darley's Travel Blog — February 20, 2011
Learn about the history of the Ireland's longest river, the site of Viking invasions and monastic isles, in this Ireland travel video clip.  by Darley Newman The River Shannon is the longest river in Ireland. The river was used by the Vikings to navigate inland and raid monasteries along its… Read more »

Best of Irish Countryside Travel Video

Darley's Travel Blog — February 18, 2011
Discover the Best Horse Riding & Irish Horse Tourist Spots in Ireland's Countryside in this Equitrekking travel video by Darley Newman I've traveled to Ireland three times now, filming for Equitrekking and riding horses around the entire country. In this special video, we've showcased the Best of the Irish Countryside,… Read more »

Ireland’s Wild Connemara Coast Travel Video

Darley's Travel Blog — February 17, 2011
Travel to Ireland's wild West Coast - Connemara - and experience the rugged beauty of this special area in this Equitrekking video. by Darley Newman I've traveled through Connemara twice now. Horseback riding on the beach on fast Connemara ponies on the Connemara trail with legendary horseman Willie Leahy was… Read more »

Horseback Riding on the Beach - Ring of Kerry

Darley's Travel Blog — January 17, 2011
by Darley Newman I cantered and galloped along some of the widest beaches I've ever seen along the Ring of Kerry’s Rossbeigh Beach on my Ireland horse vacation. In this designated natural heritage area, mountains meet the shore of the powerful Atlantic Ocean. My mount for the trip, Aladdin, who… Read more »

Celtic Tombs and Horse Riding County Clare

Darley's Travel Blog — December 17, 2010
Read about horse riding and history in County Clare, Ireland by Darley Newman, Equitrekking Host & Producer After a big Irish breakfast in the quaint nook of a 300-year-old farmhouse in Ireland’s County Clare on the Galway & Clare Riding Adventure, we gathered our gear and traveled to a nearby… Read more »

Beach Riding in Connemara

Darley's Travel Blog — October 4, 2010
The beach riding day on the Connemara Trail is not always this fast, Willie said as we galloped full speed ahead on the beautiful beaches in Connmeara, Ireland’s Wild West. I was riding with a lively group from Switzerland who’d been riding with legendary horseman Willie Leahy every year for… Read more »

Mount Juliet Irish Sport Horses, Ireland

Darley's Travel Blog — September 9, 2010
Riding the stately grounds of Mount Juliet Estate in Ireland, I could imagine myself in a period film. I was on a civilized ride, meandering along the sixteen miles of bridle paths on the estate grounds. My guide Eleanor suggested that we ride our horses into the river for a… Read more »

Ireland- Omey Island Travel Postcard

Darley's Travel Blog — June 21, 2010
If there were ever a ghost tour on horseback, it would have to be on Omey Island. Riding on this remote island off of the coast of Connemara, I felt a mixture of spine tingling chills and the spiritual calm of this revered place. Siobhan Cazabon of Cleggan Riding Centre… 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 »