Tipperary Equestrian

Cahir Equestrian Centre
Cahir Equestrian Centre – 10 mounts and 4 qualified instructors.Wide open spaces, breathtaking scenery, great company, superb horses – that’s Cahir Equestrian Centre. Come trekking with us through Cahir Park and discover excellent riding on the bridle path and the banks of the River Suir, where one can enjoy the many sights of natural beauty, such as the leap of a salmon or trout, or a group of swans gliding by as we pass on our leisurely way, careful not to disturb the tranquillity of such a beautiful scene.

Tipperary Mountain Trekking Centre
Located deep in Ireland’s horse country, the Tipperary Mountain Trekking Centre is surrounded by the beautiful mountain countryside of north Tipperary, a county long known for its association with horses and for producing many world champions.

In an area steeped in history, a trek can find you stumbling across ancient ring and hill forts, standing stones and wonderful ruins. There is access to hundreds of acres of mountain pastures and we can take you on guided treks from an hour to a day long, or perhaps you’d prefer a three hour hack around quiet country lanes.

We are happy to take riders of all levels on their treks, from beginners to seasoned riders and while we take groups of up to ten on a trek or a hack, for your comfort we don’t mix groups and are just as happy to take you out on your own or with a couple of friends.

We also offer lessons for children and adults, residential riding holidays, pony camps and courses on horsemanship. Riding holidays can be full board, or shorter visits.

Lough Derg Equestrian Centre
The Equestrian Centre has a large new indoor arena, large floodlit indoor arena, show jumping, dressage, cross country, schooling, riding courses for adults and children, pony camps for children, private riding lessons, livery at keen rates, coffee shop, and ladies and gents changing rooms.

The Centre is in the picturesque village of Ballina/Killaloe on the Clare/Tipperary Border. The Centre is situated 22km from Limerick on the main Dublin Road from Limerick, 20km to the village of Birdhill. At Birdhill take the next turn left towards the village of Ballina/Killaloe. Go 2km down that road and the Lough Derg Equestrian Centre is on the right.

Crossogue Equestrian Centre
A unique and special holiday is to be found at Crossogue Equestrian Centre, Ballycahill, Thurles, a labour of love for the Molloy family who run the centre on their 150-hectare County Tipperary farm.

Because they only invite a small number of guests to join them, there is a wonderful sense of intimacy and family to your stay and the limited numbers mean that they can give you the sort of attention you deserve. Accommodation is the wonderful 19th century Georgian Crossogue House, surrounding by farm and woodland, a horse rider’s dream.

They extend their welcome to riders of all levels and experience and offer everything from basic training to a cross-country gallop with excellent horses and tuition guaranteed.

They are passionate about horses and they have been an integral part of the Molloy family for generations, breeding, training and producing these wonderful animals for top-level showing, show jumping, eventing and racing.