Horse Riding in Tipperary
The rural countryside with its stone walls, green fields and rolling hills is very pleasant to explore trail riding in company with a good horse. There are miles and miles of open beach which are ideal for a gallop and the horses always love it. Of course the rich history of the country is everywhere to be seen dating back to very early times of St. Patrick and before when Ireland saved our Western Civilization. Try to read Thomas Cahill’s wonderful book, “How the Irish Saved Civilization” before you go.
Situated at the foot of Slievenamon. Owned and run by John and Polly Holohan. Producing, competing and selling horses and ponies for showjumping, eventing, showing, hunting, pony club, and hacking. Also offering private lessons, training, schooling, and competition livery.
As well as providing a range of equestrian pursuits, there are other activities available at Crossogue including tennis, badminton, croquet and routes for runs or walks throughout the farm.
Tipperary Mountain Trekking Centre offers lessons for children and adults, residential riding holidays, pony camps and courses on horsemanship. Riding holidays can be full board.