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Ballyteague Stables

Ballyteague Stables

Ballyteague Stables offer livery, jumping facilities, lessons and cross-country trekking in beautiful Kildare countryside. Facilities include Walker, Large flood-lit arena, Set of show-jumps, Individual turn-out paddocks,Full cross-country.

Clonfert Maynooth Equestrian Centre

Clonfert Maynooth Equestrian Centre

Welcome to Clonfert Maynooth Equestrian Centre one of Ireland's premier Equestrian Establishments. CMEC is has a long tradition in equine activities and caters for all levels of riding ability, we specialise in providing horse riding lessons in Kildare. Whether you are looking for regular riding lessons in the Kildare / Dublin area, trekking in the Kildare Boglands or livery for your horse we offer a service that is second to none. We cater for both adult riders and children aged five and older (pony riding for three to four year olds) in our unique stables just outside Maynooth in Co Kildare. Located beside the N4 and easy access to N7 we are easily accessible and yet we have direct access to over 80 acres of trekking without ever having to ride on a road. Lessons take place in our purpose built outdoor riding arenas with qualified instructors, catering for all standards of rider. Our Instructors are BHS qualified and the yard is approved by the Association of Irish Riding Establishments. Our livery yard is comfortable and well maintained and we specialise in providing livery in Maynooth, Kildare.

Pitfield Equestrian Centre, Castledermot, Co Kildare

Pitfield Equestrian Centre, Castledermot, Co Kildare

Pitfield Equestrian Centre was established in July 2006. The centre is run by the Kinsella family, who have been farming in the area for many years. Margaret was teaching mathematics at the local Post Primary school for many years and took early retirement in 2005 to start a career in the equestrian business. She has always been passionate about horses and recently returned to college to study equine science. In recent months she has taken the BHS stage exams at Calliaghstown, and also achieved the British Equestrian Tourism (BET) qualification, which is a requirement for trekking

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